Ever want to stay on a vineyard in Sonoma? If you want to stay at a wine country vineyard guest house we have a great list of some options for you!
We are planning a trip to wine country in December. We always think it’s such a pleasure to stay in wine country. So I have been inspired by places to stay onsite, as it’s more of an interactive experience.
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Sonoma Wine Region
Sometimes even the location of the vineyard guest house in wine country can be even better than a vacation rental or a hotel. You can be enjoying peace and relaxation in a quaint cottage or home. Plus, you are usually directly in the middle of vines, or have some of the best views on the property.
Most guest houses take advantage of the views and the lifestyle of the Sonoma wine region with a relaxing setting, views of the working vineyard and an overall country feel.
For those that travel often, it can get boring staying in hotel after hotel. We enjoy a vacation rental for this reason, especially so we can cook! Breakfast to start the day, or a great dinner after a long day of wine tasting makes for a great vacation! We think a vineyard guest house gives a more authentic experience by staying on a working vineyard.
Knowing you can wake up and walk through the vineyards, or hearing animals around can really feel like a country getaway. Most have special personal touches that set your stay apart from the norm.
Macrostie Winery – Sonoma
This is a great option for guests looking for that quintessential Wine Country escape among the vines. Please know that Napa has a few, but it is rare for a Napa Valley vineyard to have a guest house. These are really more prominent in Sonoma County, and there are locations all over the county, from the edge of Napa county, all the way to the ocean.
Also know that a lot of these guesthouses require you to be a member of their wine club, but some do rates just for people visiting, so please make sure you know that before reserving.
Blue Rock Vineyard is located in Cloverdale, California. Their guest house accomodates 4 adults and was built in 1880. Antiques galore in the 2 bedroom/2 bath abode. Screened porch, outdoor fireplace and 1890s bocce court, and the ability to stroll the vineyards takes you away!
Blue Rock serves Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Viognier, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. They also have an estate olive oil.
Enriquez Estate Winery is in Forestville. The house is 2 bedroom and 1 bath. You have the opportunity to taste their wines, and they will upgrade you to their reserve tasting. They also have an in house tour driver that can help take you to tastings at other wineries.
Halleck Vineyards is in Sebestapol. Their Vineyard Guest House is a one bedroom suites, with 1 bath, and is a private room in the vintner's home. You also have access to a fire pit and a Finnish bathhouse.
Halleck offers wines like PInot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Gewerztraminer, and White Zinfandel.
Jordan Vineyard and Winery is located in Healdsburg, California. Their guest suites and cottage are available to wine club members at the Jordan Chateau. Guests receive breakfast and complimentary transportation into and from Healdsburg for dinner.
Jordan wines consist of Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.
Larson Family Winery is located in Sonoma. Their guest house, A Captain's House has a 10% discount for wine club members. It was once a steamboat stop on the Sonoma River and has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Bocce ball and cornhole are available, as well as walking through the vineyards.
Larson Family Wines has Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Gewurztraminer, blends, Pinot Noir and Malbec.
Sapphie Canyon Vineyard is located in Geyserville. They grow 24 acres of grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Zinfandel, which they sell to other wineries. They offer a 2 bedroom, 1 bath house on property to rent.
There are trails on the 55 acre property and is on the Sonoma Bicycle ride trail.
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