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Working, family owned vineyards, winery, holiday cottages and shop. Scheduled tours (fee) and wine by the bottle or glass (fee) on the terrace and wine bar overlooking the vines. No food except grissini, crisps, olives etc. Opening times vary...more
We did the wine tasting on Wednesday evening. The tour by the vineyard owner Bob was interesting, funny and you could really feel his passion. Then we had samples of six wines on the sunbathed terrace looking over the grape vines. Would highly recommend for...More
We stopped here as a large group following 10 miles of cycling on the Camel Trail. Staff were very informative, we had the award winning Rose and some cider - both really lovely. We sat on the terrace looking out across the vineyards, what a...More
On our recent visit to West Devon, we took a drive to Cornwall to search out the vineyard. We arrived to find a veranda full of people drinking bottles of the Cornish sparkling wine, overlooking the stunning Camel Valley and its vines, and we were...More
We were staying in Falmouth recently and thought we would visit the Camel Valley Vineyard as we have a local vineyard on our doorstep at home in Surrey. This was a pleasant trip to a beautiful location and we tasted some wines they produced which...More
Fabulous afternoon! Great tour by Sam followed by a free glass which was followed closely by many many many more glasses of sparkly shiz! It was fabulous, even though the sun wasn’t shining it was totally enjoyable and relaxing.
Tour was the right length and...More
I have wanted to visit this winery since it was part of the Caroline Quentin show. Ten minutes from Wadebridge we spent a pleasant couple of hours enjoying the vineyard, sampling the wines and champagnes. Our tour guide was Duncan who was very knowledgeable, friendly...More
We visited the vineyard on the 20th August it was so good we visited again on the 21st August to sample the best sparking wine I have ever tasted. The people at the vineyard are very helpful and the experience was one of the best...More
An interesting tour. Not however suitable for the disabled. This should be made clear on the website or at the entrance to the vineyard.More
bobCornwall, Owner at Camel Valley Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Hi, I'm pleased you found the tour interesting, but of course sorry you didn't find it suitable for you. Please, contact us and let us know how we could make things better.
Disabilities vary, but we have had many visitors with wheel chairs on the...More