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Three Choirs Vineyards Hotel

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One of England's leading vineyards, now offers visitors the chance to stay and enjoy this beautiful location.The hotel has been built on a ridge overlooking the 75 acres of vineyards and every bedroom and the restaurant have uninterrupted views of the vine clad valley below. Naturally wine tasting is a big part of staying here, and guests can enjoy Wine Tasting Breaks all year round, which include a tour of the modern winery and wine tasting. Nestled in the valley some 500 meters from the main buildings are our Lodge rooms, each is secluded and very romantic, ideal to get away from the rush of the city. Room service breakfast can be delivered to your door so you don't need to get dressed for breakfast! In the summer we offer a BBQ hamper with everything you will need for an al fresco meal. The very popular vineyard restaurant specialises in using the freshest local produce available. In winter guests can sit by the log fire or in the summer on the terrace enjoying our chef's wonderful food and a glass or two of our excellent wine.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Stars
Number Ensuite: 11
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Name: Vineyard Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Darren Leonard
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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