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Godstone Vineyards, Godstone

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • Reasonable location and views if some traffic noise from the motorway. Well priced menu and service. However, a rather officious woman marching around ( the owner?), who made the whole experience a li...  read more »
  • We booked for a wine tasting with a cheese platter on a Saturday afternoon. The place is next to the M25, which is not really relaxing and not really what we would expect from a vineyard. Staff was re...  read more »
  • There are no signs to show opening times . But ....Saturday afternoon....3.40pm...we thought it would still be serving a cup of tea. After watching my two elderly and infirm relatives get out of the c...  read more »
  • An idyllic and most pleasant place to stop for afternoon tea and to regain some peace of mind.
  • We must have been past the turn-off for this place more than a hundred times since moving to the area, but today my wife and I decided to take the turning off the bypass to have a look. I'm so glad we did! Despite being relatively close to both the Caterham Bypass and the M25, on taking the turn-off it's like popping into a beautiful little bubble of rural idyll. A little reed-surrounded lake, complete with jolly-looking old chaps fishing peacefully, then a short track past some horses and suddenly you're in a 'secret' valley overlooking vineyards and fields of peacefully-grazing cows. We stopped for a traditional cream tea (excellent jam and clotted cream, with tea served from a generous china pot) and a glass of Godstone Vineyards' rose (they do wines by the glass as well as the bottle) and just sat in the sunshine on the vine-covered verandah and just took in the scene. The staff were wonderfully friendly and there was a high chair for our baby (as well as a load of toys that we didn't have any use for on this short visit). As we sat, we were joined (and left) by a succession of walkers and cyclists (it's just off the North Downs Way), who all seemed equally delighted to stumble upon the place for something to eat & drink (although I imagine that most had probably set out for it rather than bumbling across it as we did). I hadn't planned on writing quite such a gushing review, but it really was a wonderful find and one we'll be returning to with friends and family when they visit.
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