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Visitor Information

Please read the below information carefully in advance of visiting The Atlantic Vineyard

Should you need any further information, please call James on 077535 874 34

How to find The Atlantic Vineyard

The Atlantic Vineyard, Colan, Newquay, TR8 4XE​

Link to our location on Google Maps:

What 3 words: validated.wiggly.feelers

We are on the road between Colan and Trewassick, look out for the blue gates.

*We encourage visitors to consider the safest and most sustainable travel option when visiting.

Essential Information

We are a cashless site so please bring card and cashless payment methods.

If you have additional needs or dietary requirements, please let us know in advance of your visit.

Further Information

Arriving by car or taxi

Sustainable travel options

What to wear

Additional needs or limited mobility

Alcohol consumption and policies

Risks and liabilities

How to find us by car and taxi
If coming from the A392, turn off the main road at Mountjoy, follow the signpost to Bosoughan / Colan

Follow the road until a T - Junction and take a left.

Follow that road around to Colan Church, pass the church and follow the road around to the left.

From the Church, the entrance to the vineyard is about 1/2 mile (3 mins drive) on the left hand side (look out for the blue gates).

If coming from the A3059, turn off the main road at the signpost to Colan

Follow the country road for 1.2 miles (5 mins drive).

Keep right and do not head to Porth Reservior, the entrance to the vineyard is around the corner on your right hand side (look out for the blue gates).


We have plenty of parking available directly as you enter through the main gates in the gravel carpark.

Please park considerately.


The ​vineyard is well serviced by local taxi companies including:

  • Go2Cabs Newquay: 01637 222 888

  • A2B Taxis: 01637 851 123

Sustainable Travel Options


There is a bus stop at the turning for Bosoughan / Colan on the A392

Stop ID: cordamgw

From the bus stop it is a 1.7 mile walk (35mins)


The ​National Cycle Network - Route 32 - goes right past the vineyard 

National Route 32 of the National Cycle Network constitutes part of the Cornish Way.

For cycle maps and more info, see the Sustrans website

What to wear

Sturdy footwear: The vineyard is an agricultural site with uneven ground and paths, we highly recommend sturdy footwear i.e. trainers or boots, and discourage sandals, flipflops, or high-heeled shoes. 

Waterproofs: If you are a regular visitor to Cornwall, you'll know that the weather is unpredictable and heavy showers are possible without warning, at any time of the year. We highly recommend that you bring with you a waterproof jacket.

Warm clothes: The vineyard is in an exposed and windy location, we highly recommend that you bring warm clothes if you wish to spend a extended period outside.

Sunscreen: Even on cloudy and overcast days, the sun is strong so please apply sunscreen as required.    

Additional needs

Please note that The Atlantic Vineyard is situated on a hillside which can be relatively steep in places. Wheelchair access is limited due to the terrain and can be made more difficult in periods of bad weather.


If you have limited mobility, please phone ahead before booking (call James on 077535 874 34) and we will endeavour to make your visit as enjoyable as possible. Visitors are advised to bring appropriate footwear and clothing, such as walking boots and a coat.

Alcohol consumption and policies​

The Atlantic Vineyard is a fully licensed establishment, with both a premise and personal licence held.

The conditions of our licence require us to enact various policies including:

  • Challenge 21

  • Spot checks of age verification ID

  • Serving in legal measures

The management reserve the right to refuse to serve alcohol to anyone.​

Please bring personal ID if you wish to consume alcohol.

Do not drink and drive.

Risks and Liabilities

  1. The Atlantic Vineyard is a working agricultural site and performs and records regular risk assessments.

  2. All measures have been taken to reduce risks and avoid injuries and harm to visitors.

  3. You must listen to and follow the instructions of The Atlantic Vineyard staff at all times.

  4. Visitors attend the vineyard at their own risk.

  5. The Atlantic Vineyard accepts no liability for injury, misfortune, damage to or theft of property, while you visit the vineyard.

  6. All visitors are providing informed consent which is covered by our insurance policy. 

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