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Wineries Where You Can Spend The Night

The Civil War-era farmhouse at Larson Family Winery is just one of the ways you can spend the night at a Sonoma County winery.

Serene vineyard surroundings await guests in Lynmar Estate's Bliss House.

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Whether you're contemplating a romantic Sonoma Wine Country getaway, a wine tasting excursion, or a vacation trip, take the ultimate step and don't just visit a winery — stay at one.

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Here's a quick guide to Sonoma County wineries that open up more than their tasting room doors, providing opportunities for unique lodging experiences.

Enriquez Estate Wines, Forestville

Stay in a beautifully renovated dairy milk barn, now a charming two-bedroom luxurious unit with all the modern amenities. Not only will you be staying on a magical vineyard property, but you’ll also have access to in-house wine tour drivers, massage therapists, and private chefs.
5960 Eastside Road, Forestville, 707-347-9719

Gustafson Family Vineyards, Geyserville

Get a luxurious, behind-the-scenes look at this boutique vineyard and winery, including a complimentary tasting, while staying in its Estate Vacation Rental. Surrounded by 20 acres of vineyard, the residence offers 30-mile views of the valley (see photo), a 36x18-foot pool, a spa, and beautiful gardens.

There’s also a fully equipped chef’s kitchen, a deck with a dining area for 12 and a gas barbecue, and access to the picnic area, with breathtaking views of Lake Sonoma.
9100 Skaggs Springs Road, Geyserville, 707-433-2371

Halleck Vineyard, Sebastopol

This private room with bath is perched above a vineyard, high on a ridge with the Russian River to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. You’ll share the house with vintner Ross Halleck, and guests have full access to a chef’s kitchen and Halleck Vineyard wines. There’s also a Finnish bathhouse and outdoor firepit.
3785 Burnside Road, Sebastopol, 707-829-8170

Inman Family Wines, Santa Rosa

Enjoy the relaxing and warm ambiance in an estate farmhouse, with a view of the prized Olivet Grange Vineyard in the heart of the Russian River Valley. The Inmans fondly refer to the place as their “Bed-and get-your-own-Breakfast." The farmhouse has three bedrooms, one bath, comfortable furniture, a well-equipped kitchen, and all of the essentials for a home away from home.
3900 Piner Road, Santa Rosa, 707-293-9576

Larson Family Winery, Sonoma

A Captain’s House is a historic Civil War-era farmhouse (see photo) amid 70 acres of vineyards at the Larson Family Winery in the southern Sonoma Valley. It features four bedrooms, two full baths, a fully-appointed gourmet kitchen, a fireplace, a backyard barbecue, and a flat screen TV, as well as telephone and Internet access.
23355 Millerick Road, Sonoma, 7707-938-3031

Occidental Road Cellars, Sebastopol

Experience the winemaker's lifestyle in this vineyard estate home in the midst of the 20-acre Horseshoe Bend Vineyard. Relax on the deck with a glass of wine while enjoying spectacular views, or take a leisurely stroll through the vineyard. This luxurious contemporary home includes three bedrooms, three baths, full gourmet kitchen, and spacious common areas.
870 Gravenstein Highway North, Sebastopol, 707-827-3327

St. Anne's Crossing Winery, Kenwood

The guest house at St. Anne's Crossing Winery is situated in a stunning vineyard in the heart of the Sonoma Valley. This refurbished three-bedroom, two-bath bungalow includes a full gourmet kitchen, a formal dining room, and a large deck overlooking the vineyard, with views of the scenic Mayacamas mountains.
8450 Sonoma Highway, Kenwood, 707-598-5200

Starlite Vineyards, Geyserville

Enjoy both vineyard and mountain views from this three-bedroom, two-bath home in the Alexander Valley, between Healdsburg and Geyserville. Located next to the Alexander Valley Grange Hall, this family-friendly estate house sleeps six, and includes a front garden fountain, living room, family room, formal dining room, fireplace, and hot tub. Winery tastings are complimentary to overnight guests.
5511 Highway 128, Geyserville, 707-431-9800

Tara Bella Winery, Santa Rosa

Situated about the winery’s small barrel room and tasting area, The B at Tara Bella (it’s not a B&B, it’s just a B) overlooks the vineyard with a balcony deck to sip a morning cup of coffee or an evening glass of wine. The gorgeous room features a king bed, coffee maker, bathroom with shower and amenities, refrigerator, microwave, and WiFi (but no TV). There’s also a beautiful outdoor kitchen with grille.
3701 Viking Road, Santa Rosa, 707-544-9049

Some wineries offer luxury lodgings that they rent only to their wine club members. To see more options, look through the lists of all wineries with lodging and all Sonoma County Wineries.

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