How to Find Furleigh Estate

Furleigh Estate, Salway Ash, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 5JF

Coming from Bridport take the B3162 towards Broadwindsor.  Go right through the long, strung-out village of Salway Ash.  When you have passed the church and school we are the next turning on the right after about 1/2 mile.  You will see a white finger-post saying "Vineyard" about 400 metres after the end of the speed restriction sign.  Turn right here, passed a cottage on the corner.  Immediately after the yard belonging to the cottage there is a right turning over a cattle grid.  This is us.

Coming from Beaminster we suggest you go via Broadwindsor.  (There is another route via Netherbury and many deep Dorset lanes but this is not for the faint hearted).  Go from Beaminster to Broadwindsor.  When you get to Broadwindsor take a left turn towards Bridport.  Go for around 3 miles passing through the very small hamlet of North Bowood.  You will come then to a turning on the left sign-posted Netherbury.  Drive right on by.  We are the next turning on the left with the white finger post saying "Vineyard".  Left here, then right over the cattle grid and you have arrived.

Situated in the South West corner of Dorset, Furleigh Estate is 15 miles west of Dorchester, 10 miles south of Crewkerne, 15 miles east of Honiton and just 5 miles from the coast.

To get to the Estate, take the B3162 from Bridport towards Broadwindsor and Chard. Go through the village of Salway Ash and take the first turning on the right after the church and school.  You will see a white finger-pointer sign to Furleigh on the right.  The entrance to Furleigh Estate is just 50 yards on the right (over the cattle grid).

Alternatively, Furleigh Estate is 30 minutes drive from the A303, through Crewkerne, then Beaminster and Broadwindsor.  From the village of Broadwindsor take the B3162 on the left towards Bridport.  After about 10 minutes drive and some stunning scenery you will see our white finger-pointer sign on the left.  Turn in here and the entrance to Furleigh Estate is just 50 yards on the right (over the cattle grid).  If you get to the village of Salway Ash you have gone too far.

Opening times:

We are open for cellar door wine sales from 11am till 5pm Monday to Saturday.

Our tours run at 11am (the Grand Tour) and 2.30pm (the Classic Tour) on Fridays and Saturdays throughout the year and on Wednesdays from June to September.

Recent Awards

Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Competition: Gold Medal 2014 Decanter - Bronze in 2011 Effervescents du Monde - Gold in 2013 International Wine Challenge Tropy Winner PRODUCTION CAPACITY