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6 incredible European hotels with vineyard views

hotels with vineyards
1 June 2017
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1 Borgo Casa al Vento, Italy

Whether you're the token wine expert of the group, or prefer to toast on special occasions, drinking quality wine straight from the vineyard you're standing on is an oddly satisfying feeling. Even more satisfying is being able to mosey straight to your room after an indulgent dinner, and glass (or two) of world-class vino. We got in touch with our friends at to discover Europe's best vineyard hotels – so sit back, uncork, and enjoy the view.

Borgo Casa al Vento, Italy

About a 90 minute drive from Florence, and flanked by olive groves and vineyards, Borgo Casa al Vento offers a true picture-postcard experience of Tuscan living in Chianti. This charming farmhouse is the ultimate retreat - a rustic, authentic Italian hideaway where sunsets are toasted with organic wine from the award-winning vaulted cellar. Book on - From £62 p/p - available between June and September 2017, based on two adults only. A minimum three-night stay is required).

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Camel Valley, Cornwall

Spotted on the slopes of the valley, with vineyard views in every direction, Camel Valley will make you feel like you stepped into a different country altogether. With private access to the Camel Trail, guests can enjoy river views, pretty walks, and nothing but some of the best English wine in hand. With the well-known Eden Project just 20 minutes away, this is an ideal escape from the Big Smoke, and into the countryside.

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Borgo Condé Wine Resort, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

The Italian region of Emilia-Romagna is not as well-known as its neighbours like Veneto and Tuscany, but it's still one of the country's most cherished gastronomic hubs. Set on a 110-hectare vineyard in the little village of Fiumana, this Italian haven sports views of green rolling hills from just about everywhere. With three unique dining spots to choose from, you'll have access to expert sommeliers to help you pair your food and vino.

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Ryedale Vineyards, Westow, York

Perfect for long weekend breaks, two adorable rooms are available in the farmhouse, which happens to be on a 6-acre vineyard. Perched at the foot on the Yorkshire Wolds, the feel is rustic, homely, with quaint finishes. Just a few miles from the town of Malton, the food markets and festivals are bustling and well worth a visit. Sites like Castle Howard and the North York Moors Railway are a stone's throw away, giving you every reason to feel like a tourist in your own country.

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Denbies Wine Estate, Dorking, Surrey

Tucked away in the heart of England's biggest vineyard, Denbies Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast in Surrey is a special and unique experience in itself. The original farmhouse has been refurbished to accommodate seven double en-suite rooms, with views that pair perfectly with the wholesome breakfasts and tasty wines on offer. Nearby antique shops, boutiques, and a range of other restaurants are worth the visit, in this charming, lush countryside hideaway.

5 Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel Spa

Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel & Spa, Salamanca, Spain

Constructed almost entirely out of mined sandstone (which glows golden at sunset), Salamanca is regarded as one of Europe's most beautiful cities. Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel & Spa sits along the Douro in the aptly named, 'land of bread and wine'. Looking out over local vineyards, you can treat yourself to an evening of cheese and wine tasting, or indulge in exfoliating vinotherapy treatments at the spa. Either way, cheese, wine, and massages will be had! Book through for luxury deals like this, for less.

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