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Denbies Wine Estate

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Venue says Denbies Vineyard Hotel – with 17 en-suite bedrooms in the heart of the vineyard – opening July. Visit our website for more info.

Time Out says

A vineyard and winemakers in Dorking, Surrey.

Denbies Wine Estate says
Denbies Wine Estate, England’s largest vineyard, is situated on the outskirts of Dorking in the heart of the Surrey Hills, 265 acres of vineyard rolling into the distant hills, a captivating sight in the middle of Surrey.
Denbies range of international award winning wines includes sparkling, still, red , white and rose, all are available to taste & purchase on-site.
The Winery has two restaurants/Gallery a la carte & Conservatory servery/, wine and gift shop, art gallery, micro-brewery and farm shop. NEW FOR 2019, Denbies Vineyard Hotel, 17 en-suite bedrooms located in the heart of the vineyard with spectacular views over the north downs. Daily winery & tasting tours and seasonal outdoor vineyard tours.
ParkRun every Saturday.



Address: London Rd
Transport: EASY TO GET TO By Car From M25 exit at Junction 9 then follow A24 south towards Dorking. At Denbies roundabout take the third exit onto Bradley Lane and follow road up to Denbies main building. (10 minutes from J9). From A24 north bound at Denbies roundabout take first exit onto Bradley Lane and follow road up to Denbies main building. From London follow A3 and exit for Dorking onto A24. (45 minutes from London). From Guildford (20 minutes). From Horsham (20 minutes). From Reading (60 minutes). From Gatwick (25 minutes). From Heathrow (40 minutes). By Train Train to and from London throughout the day (15 minutes’ walk from Dorking Station to Denbies). Direct from London Waterloo (50 minutes) Direct from London Victoria (60 minutes) Direct from Gatwick Airport (Dorking Deepdene – 22 minutes) By Bus Service 465 serving Kingston – Leatherhead – Dorking, every 30 minutes, 7 days a week. Service 21 serving Epsom – Leatherhead – Dorking – Charlwood – Crawley, every two hours, Monday to Saturday.
Opening hours: Open all year (excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day) April – October Mon – Sat 9.30am – 5.30pm Sun – 9.30am – 5.30pm November – March Mon – Sat 9.30am – 5pm Sun – 9.30am – 5pm
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