Through the years, the writers and bloggers at WineTrailTraveler have visited more than 235 wineries. While many of the wineries serve quality wine in an upscale atmosphere, only a handful offer overnight accommodations. We're proud to report that the Wine Country Inn made the list.
Under the headline. "Lodging Wineries," Kathy at Wine Trail Traveler writes:
"Occasionally as we visit wineries, we are fortunate to be able to enjoy a night’s lodging at a winery. Imagine waking up in the morning to the beautiful views of vineyards. In the winter, the architecture of the vines provides picture-taking opportunities and spring brings views of the earth coming to life beginning with the weeping of the vines. Summer views are filled with the varying shades of green vines and during the popular fall harvest time, vineyards are filled with grapes in all stages of colors."
Later in the article, Kathy goes on to say:
"In addition, we stayed at Wine Country Inn in Palisade, Colorado, set in the middle of wine country. The inn has vineyards and delightful views of Colorado’s majestic cliffs."
"Each lodging site is different but most websites have excellent information about what amenities are included. Costs for a stay at a vineyard vary widely. If you will be traveling to wine country, consider a relaxing and delightful stay at a winery."
You can read the rest of the article about overnight lodging in the middle of vineyards.
So, what are some of your favorite wine country inns? Do you have any stories to share about your wine country experiences? Please share; we'd love to know!