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Activities & Attractions: Vineyard Lunch

Enjoy a quality lunch in stunning vineyard surroundings

For health and safety reasons we regrettably cannot provide any concierge services until further notice. Please contact us at welcome@coastalconcierge.co.uk for further information.

Nestled in the heart of Pembrokeshire is a truly unique vineyard complete with restaurant, gift shop and pet corner. Take some time out from the bustling towns and quaint villages for a peaceful lunch in this serene vineyard.

This fantastic experience includes a delicious two course lunch made with local produce where possible, so local in fact they even grow their own vegetables! Lunch is followed by a selection of six wine tasters and a sample of cheeses.

You can also discover the wonders of the vineyard with a vineyard and woodland walk. During the winter the vines are dormant and the arrival of small grape clusters can be seen around late spring. It is in the summer and late autumn when the grapes mature to the stage where they are ready for wine-making, appearing full and impressive.

Before you leave, take advantage of a little extra treat on us - 10% discount on Cwm Deri products when you spend over £20 in the gift shop. Take home some of those refreshing wines sampled in your wine tasting!

To add this to your stay, call us now on: 01437 772 758
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