Camel Valley Vineyard is a unique tour and vineyard - they are relaxed and friendly and the location is stunning; sitting on the terrace sipping Camel Valley wine on a summer's afternoon is magical. You'll find their attitude refreshingly down to earth - there's no snobbery here, just a deep and enthusiastic love of winemaking.

 

It's easy to reach Camel Valley Vineyard in Lanivet, by train. Simply hop on a train to Bodmin Parkway station - then it's slightly more unusual than most. You'll take your mainline train to Bodmin Parkway, then hop on the heritage Bodmin Steam Railway. That'll take you to Boscarne, which is a short walk to the vineyard. And there's no need to drive home after your winetasting then!

 

For more visitor info including opening times, visit Camel Valley Vineyard’s website.

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