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wine hotels in the UK with a wine theme but not on a vineyard:

Newbury, Berkshire – The Vineyard Hotel at Stockcross – 5 Star, Relais & Chateaux Hotel with a fine dining restaurant, 30,000 bottle wine cellar in rural Berkshire.

Goudhurst, Kent – The Goudhurst Inn (owned by nearby Hush Heath Wine Estate)


Hotels du Vin – mainly city/town centre hotels with Bistro – and often in magnificent and  historic buildings – with expert in-house sommeliers and a cellar with up to 500 wines from around the world. Ranges from a simplified selection of quaffable wines by the glass, to sophisticated, complex vintages from some of the world’s most renowned wine makers.

  • Birmingham – former Victorian Hospital in the Jewellery Quarter
  • Brighton – in the trendy Lanes district with its cobbled streets and boutiques
  • Bristol – The Sugar House – 18th-century sugar warehouses in the city centre
  • Bristol Avon Gorge – with panoramic views of Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge.and the Avon Gorge
  • Cambridge – Grade II listed buidling in the city centre
  • Cheltenham – two 19th Century mansions on a wide, quiet avenue
  • Edinburgh – former Asylum in a quiet streeet in the Old Town
  • Exeter – a former Victorian Hospital – the former West of England Eye Infirmary
  • Glasgow – a Grade II-listed Victorian terrace of five townhouses in the West End
  • Harrogate – converted Georgian townhouses overlooking the Stray 
  • Henley-on-Thames in a former brewery close to the Thames
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne – former headquarters of a shipping company near the Quayside
  • Poole – former 18th Century home of a wealthy merchant in the charming Old Town
  • St Andrews – a Victorian terace overlooking St Andrew’s Bay and West Sands beach and next to the Old Course golf course
  • Stratford-Upon-Avon – in a stylish 18th-century red-brick townhouse and close to Royal Shakespeare Theatre. 
  • Wimbledon – in Cannizaro House, a 18th Century country-house mansion with views over Wimbledon Common
  • Winchester – in a Queen Anne townhouse in the historic city centre
  • York in a former 19th Century orphanage, near the city walls