Cwm Deri Estate is a working smallholding, which first opened to the public in 1992 and the vineyard is now one of Wales' foremost visitor attractions. Visit for a few hours or why not stay with us for a bit longer on our CL site or Static Caravan ? For the very best of Welsh produce, whether it's wine, liqueurs, alcohol-free wines, preserves, cheese, cakes or ice cream, Cwm Deri has something to appeal to all the family, whatever their age. Enjoy a tasting of our wines and liqueurs, either in our shop or on our patio and terrace, with a commanding view over the vineyard, animals and beyond to the National Park. If you enjoy superb freshly prepared and home-cooked food then you must try our stunning conservatory restaurant.
Relax with your drink and take a leisurely lunch or afternoon tea, secure in the knowledge that Cwm Deri's younger guests will be happily occupied in Pets' Corner. Free Wifi is available!
This is now the second edition of the Top 100 Attractions in Wales book, and believe me when I say this, Pembrokeshire is most certainly a different county since I first researched my initial top one hundred attractions, take Cwm Deri Vineyard for instance. Although open to the public since 1992, the vineyards of Wales completely went under my radar, until I heard about this hidden gem nestled perfectly within the rolling hills of the Pembrokeshire National Park. With Wine Tasting and Making, Vineyard Walks, a fabulous Pets Corner, top notch locally prepared food In their wonderful restuarant, and then just when you think there couldn't be possibly anything else to offer here, I hear about the Guide-to-the-Estate-Walks. When all's said and done, Cwm Deri Vineyard is one of the biggest smallest attractions in this book, hence why we have given it hidden gem status!
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