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!
Here’s a quick guide to Sonoma County wineries that open up more than their tasting room doors, providing opportunities for unique lodging experiences. Already thinking about how to get here? Consider flying into STS – Sonoma County Airport in Santa Rosa, where you can fly direct from Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Santa Ana, San Diego and more.
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.
Freeman Vineyard and Winery, Sebastopol
The Cottage at Freeman Vineyard and Winery has scenery for everyone. Sitting next to the Gloria Estate Vineyard and among the towering redwoods, the beautifully renovated three-bedroom, three-bathroom guest house is just 10 minutes from the Sonoma Coast. Enjoy a glass of wine on the back deck with views of the olive trees or walk down the path to Freeman Winery for a picnic on the lawn.
ZO Wines Estate, Healdsburg
Stay overnight surrounded by vineyards in one of four lodging options. Rooms 1 and 2 are first-floor bedrooms that share a bathroom; room 3 is on the second floor, with a queen bed and private bath with a spa tub and shower overhead; and room 4 is upstairs, with a king-size bed and private bath. The home’s shared spaces include the grounds, living area, and kitchen. All rooms include a free Farmstay Wine Experience & Wine Sensory Workshop.
Larson Family Winery, Sonoma
A Captain’s House is a historic Civil War-era farmhouse 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.
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.
Reeve Wines, Healdsburg
The Reeve Villa provides an agricultural farm-stay experience, including a complimentary wine tasting. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom villa sits on a 55-acre property with a small winery and farm. Enjoy views of the Dry Creek Valley from the outdoor living space, which has a pool, hot tub, covered patio with a wood burning fireplace and full kitchen.
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