With over six acres of beautiful farmland, Kerry Vale Vineyard is a family-run establishment once home to a Roman fort. However, the area isn’t just great for family outings and historical sites, it is also a perfect spot for lovers. The land looks straight out of a fairy tale and is sure to bring out the Prince Charming in all of us. All you have to do is find the activity for you and let the vineyard embrace you with all of its magic.
Wine and Dine
Nominated as one of the best vineyards in the UK, Kerry Vale Vineyards speaks for itself. However, if you want to tell your special someone just how much they mean to you, why not let the wine speak for itself? Take a private wine tasting tour and indulge in some delicious flavours. Then why not enjoy dining al fresco and take in the scenic views as you eat. You will definitely be able to feel the love amongst the gorgeous vineyard backdrop.
Attend an Art Workshop
The idea of "paint and sip" has become a popular new trend around the world. It’s a great idea for birthdays, anniversaries, or simply to show someone how much you care. At Kerry Vale Vineyard, you can attend one of their many paint workshops and learn the tips of the trade directly from an actual artist. Take a sip of your wine while you watch the brush strokes. You’ll have loads of fun creating art while spending some quality time with the one you love.
Take a Historic Walk to Remember
There’s nothing more romantic than taking a walk through history. You can take a hike through the Vineyard and stroll where there once sat a Roman fort. While you walk around the ancient site, take a look at the history of your relationship and reminisce about how you got to this exact moment. You can even take the time to propose to your loved one or bring up any important milestones in your life. This will leave you with a memory that will last a lifetime.
Kerry Vale Vineyard is the perfect spot for you to embrace your love. Take your significant other to wine and dine, paint and sip, or walk to remember. Just like your love, it’ll be a moment that lasts a lifetime.
Contributed article by Jane Sandwood