Our new Garden Chalet's are bookable for Monday 17th May onwards.

We will only be serving drinks and a limited food menu outside in our garden until Sunday 16th May 2021, when we are able to re-open our restaurant, bar & garden chalets from Monday 17th May.
Our temporary opening hours will be 10am - 6pm Monday - Sunday.

Please note ALL customers will be required to wear a face covering when entering The Winery, and remain wearing this until seated at your table, as per the new government guidelines (unless showing a valid medical exemption card).

A stylish, bar and eclectic restaurant in an 11th-century abbey with a beautiful historic riverside terrace.


A gorgeous riverside location, The Winery is a stunning bar and restaurant steeped in history which has been carefully renovated to the highest standard whilst embracing every aspect of its past. The Winery is set within the Abbey and was first established in 650AD for religious uses. Since then it has a colourful past as a religious college, parish use and home to ‘The Master of the Infirmary’. From 1910 the building was taken over by the Burton Club who transformed it into a public house ‘The Abbey Inn’, eventually developing into the wonderful bar and restaurant it is today.

Our Menus

The new Winery menus reflect our passion and love of fresh produce and also seafood. We’ve found the very best suppliers providing us with the very best produce. We then prepare these for you in our favourite dishes, or, if you prefer, try some of them raw at our Oyster Bar! Have a look and then come and try for yourself;

The Winery is back to its very best, with the food and service to match!

There’s always something happening at the Winery.

Come And Experience The Winery

Our furniture is cosy, contemporary and subtle in design as not to overwhelm the charming character of our beautiful building. Beautiful tiled floors, a large candlelit chandelier and striking carved wooden doors are just a few of the features on show at The Winery. With our own attractive terrace set within the rolling gardens and grounds of the Abbey. A real treat!