Velfrey Vineyard

Ynglŷn â Velfrey Vineyard

When permitted we will be open by appointment only for afternoon teas and cream teas, vineyard tours and the sale of wines and vine sponsorship packages. Please visit our Facebook page to book. Full details are available on  You can also call 01994 240002 or 07950 886644 or 07957 113355 or 07960 113355 or e-mail for further information or to arrange your visit. We planted in May 2017, after a year long period of preparing the ground to make it suitable for the growing of vines. Our first harvest was in October 2019 and our first bottles of premium Welsh sparkling wine are now available for purchase. Visitors taking a vineyard  tour will be greeted in our garden lodge (which has toilet facilities). Then we will make a slide presentation explaining the history of the site, and the process of making sparkling wines in the traditional way (including some surprising historical facts about where the so called ‘Champagne method’ originated!) You will then be taken into the vineyard to see the vines close up and told about a year in the life of the vineyard, to help you understand the way in which they are cared for. If you choose one of our optional vine sponsorship packages, you will also have the chance to choose your own vine and see your personalised slate tag secured beside it, before being presented with you personalised certificate. The cost of the vineyard tour is £15 per person, with discounts for groups of 10 or more. The vine sponsorship package is £45 and includes a bottle of our premium sparkling wine in a box; as well as the personalised slate tag and certificate mentioned above. We are also offering cream teas and afternoon teas in our tea room/visitor centre or on our slate terrace overlooking the vineyard – pre-booking is essential!

Gwybodaeth Ychwanegol

Open all year.

WELSH:: Price Info:

Vineyard tours are £15 per person with discounts available for 10 people or more.

Currently offering deluxe cream teas for £10 and afternoon teas for £15. Wednesdays and Saturdays, prebooking is essential. For full details see

Vine sponsorship packages are £45 each.


  • Disabled Access
  • Groups welcome
  • Open All Year
  • Parking (free)
  • Pembrokeshire Produce
  • Toilets


The lodge where we welcome visitors has a double door and a ramp on both the entry and exit sides. One of the bathrooms is wheelchair accessible although there are no handrails. There is a smooth and wide compacted path down into the edge of the vineyard, although access to the vines themselves is of necessity across a grassed area, so access may be difficult depending on ground conditions.


We are on Velfrey Road, between Whitland and Lampeter Velfrey/Narberth.

From Whitland, take the road towards Tavernspite, past the railway station and over the level crossing. Shortly after take the first turning on the right onto Velfrey Road. Continue for about a mile and a half until the road begins to descend. Shortly afterwards, you will see Velfrey Vineyard on the left hand (South) side. Look out for a cream-painted wall with large black metal gates.

From Narberth, follow the signs for the crematorium. Go past it on the left, then through Llanmill and through Lampeter Velfrey. Continue for about a mile until the road bears round to the right at the end of a large S bend. Shortly afterwards, you will see Velfrey Vineyard on the right hand (South) side. Look out for a cream-painted wall with large black metal gates.

From the A40, there is a country lane which brings you almost to the vineyard in just over a mile. However, it is narrow and there are limited passing places. If you wish to come that way, the lane can be found just on the Pembrokeshire side of the Carmarthenshire/Pembrokeshire border, on the South side of the A40 (which is on the left if you are heading West towards Haverfordwest, or the right if you are heading East towards St Clears/Carmarthen). The lane takes you over a hump-back bridge across the railway and continues to Velfrey Road. Turn left onto Velfrey Road and Velfrey Vineyard is immediately on your right. Look out for a cream-painted wall with large black metal gates.

There is a railway station in Whitland, about a mile and a half away from the vineyard and a railway station in Narberth about three miles away. There is no scheduled bus service which passes the entrance so visitors relying on public transport will need to arrange a taxi from either of these nearby towns.