Woodchester Valley Vineyard is the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy the Cotswolds countryside. Three stunning vineyard barns, a cosy farm cottage and a large self catering house all within easy distance of Cheltenham, Bath, Cirencester and the Cotswold Way.
What makes a stay at Woodchester Valley Vineyard unique?
Located amidst beautiful vineyards, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the stunning countryside scenery. The vineyard offers a tranquil and picturesque environment, providing a unique backdrop for a relaxing getaway.
What is the capacity for Woodchester Valley Vineyard?
Vineyard Barns Suites make the perfect midweek or weekend break for couples and offer stunning views across the valley and the Woodchester vineyard. Sleeps 2 guests (no children or pets permitted).
The Retreat is a spacious and characterful farmhouse perfect for longer stays or for those with pets and sleeps up to four in two bedrooms. (children aged under 1 and over 11 only permitted).
Woodchester Valley House is perfect for families and larger groups, this stunning house sleeps up to 12 in six double bedrooms. (children and up to 2 dogs allowed).
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Stroud area?
The Cotswolds require no introduction; the area is famed for its gentle rolling hills and picture-perfect Cotswold stone towns that reflect the 'quaint English countryside'. The Cotswolds is England and Wales' biggest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching over 6 different counties.
Located in the South Cotswolds, inside the AONB, and only 20 minutes from the ancient Roman market town of Cirencester, as well as the historic spa town of Cheltenham and the city of Bath. The South Cotswolds, albeit less well-known than the north, has plenty to offer, with vibrant market towns, expansive valleys, and industrial heritage, but with significantly fewer tourists.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Within a mile and a half from the vineyard, there are several restaurants, bars, and cafés. The majority of these are in the local town of Nailsworth, which has evolved into the Cotswold version of Ludlow, a foodie haven for weekend visitors. There is a wide range of dining options available, from £100 tasting menus with wine pairings to a slew of classic Cotswold pubs.