Experience our vineyard stays in the UK, and indulge in our selection of beautiful English wines, set within stunning countryside
Uniform lines of green flow down a hillside and rise up again, majestically, in the distance: the vineyard exudes rustic tranquillity.
Imagine waking up to the morning mist rising from the rows of vines as the sun’s watery rays start to illuminate the valley.
Well, now you don’t have to imagine.
Our vineyard-view rooms and lodges nestled among the vines, give guests an immersive experience unmatched by any other English vineyard.
For years, our customers remarked on how lovely it must be to live and work in such a beautiful place, and to wake up to the vines! It got us thinking – why not provide visitors with a place to stay and truly relax with fine wine and great food?
When we opened our vineyard with accommodation in 2000, we were the first of a kind. Over twenty years on and our offering is still unique. We are not a bed and breakfast and not quite a hotel. Instead, our ‘restaurant with rooms’ concept allows guests to sample delicious flavours – both in our winery and our restaurant – and then retire to their luxury lodgings but a stone’s throw away.
Today, very few vineyards in England offer on-site restaurants. Ones serving freshly-prepared dishes, using locally-sourced ingredients, ready to be paired with exquisite wines, are even harder to come by.
We took great care in designing and building the right kind of vineyard accommodation for our guests. Our rooms and lodges enable visitors to switch off, unwind and experience England’s oldest vineyard in all its glory.
We invite you to enjoy a day of sampling wines from twelve different grape varieties and an evening of indulging in sumptuous, local fare. Then take a Three Choirs bottle back to your own private terrace and drink in the stunning views as the sun sinks beneath the vines.
Contact us today at 01531 890223 or through firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on your vineyard stays UK, or visit our vineyard accommodation page.