Llanerch Vineyard Hotel & Restaurant

“Good eating at Wales’ only vineyard hotel” - AA Inspector



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Llanerch Vineyards Restaurant is a unique dining destination set in the heart of the stunning Welsh countryside. As the largest vineyard in Wales, Llanerch Vineyards boasts over 22,000 vines, producing award-winning wines that perfectly complement the restaurant's delicious menu. The restaurant itself is housed in a beautifully restored 18th-century farmhouse, offering a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The menu showcases the best in Welsh cuisine, with a focus on locally sourced ingredients and seasonal produce. From succulent Welsh lamb to fresh-caught seafood, there's something to suit all tastes. Diners can enjoy stunning views of the vineyards and surrounding countryside while sipping on a glass of Llanerch's own wines or sampling from an extensive wine list featuring both local and international varieties. The restaurant also offers wine tasting experiences and tours of the vineyard, making it a great destination for wine lovers and foodies alike. Llanerch Vineyards Restaurant is perfect for a romantic dinner, a celebratory meal with family and friends, or a special event such as a wedding or corporate gathering. With its stunning location, welcoming atmosphere, and exceptional food and wine, it's no wonder that Llanerch Vineyards Restaurant is a favourite dining destination for locals and visitors alike.

Awards, accolades & Welcome Schemes

2 Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence
Llanerch Vineyard Hotel & Restaurant


  • Seats: 100
  • On-site parking available
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Accessible toilets
  • Assist dogs welcome
Opening times
  • Closed: 25–27 December & 31st December - 1st January.
Food and Drink
  • Wines under £30: 34
  • Wines over £30: 44
  • Wines by the glass: 30
  • Cuisine style: Modern Welsh

About the area

Discover Vale of Glamorgan

Stretching 14 miles on the coastline of south Wales, Glamorgan Heritage Coast was one of Britain’s first designated heritage coastlines. The project, launched in 1973, covers a 14-mile stretch of coastline incorporating Porthcawl (in neighbouring Bridgend), Dunraven Park, Monknash Coast, St Donats, Summerhouse Point and the cheerful beach holiday resort of Barry Island. 

Featuring striking coastal countryside and lush green hills, the aim is to conserve the ‘unique character of its landscape and habitats’ for future generations.

Inland from here, tucked beneath the M4 and with Cardiff looming to the east, is the Vale of Glamorgan county borough – mostly known as The Vale. It’s a primarily rural and agricultural area and in 2003 – perhaps partly helped by its proximity to Cardiff – was determined to be the wealthiest area in Wales. Its main town is Barry, most famously the setting for the TV sitcom Gavin & Stacey. It’s still a popular seaside town, as is the Victorian resort of Penarth, further up the coast.

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