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Lodging Wineries

tworivers3Occasionally 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.

Glenora Wine Cellars is set along Seneca Lake, New York and views of the vibrant blue lake highlight the vineyards. Two Rivers Winery & Chateau provides views of vineyards against the Bookcliff Mountain Range, Grand Mesa and Colorado National Monument.

A stay at Churon, in Temecula, California, high above Rancho California Road will provide guests with beautiful views of vineyards and terraced landscaping. With vineyards and San Gimignano’s tall towers in the distance, Mormoraia in Italy provides a visitor’s delight and wonderful photo opportunities. A stay at Chateau Grand Traverse in Traverse City, Michigan is a house-type villa. With wonderful views and access to the kitchen, dining and barrel rooms, it offers a very comfortable stay. While Inn on the Twenty is not located on a vineyard, it is directly across the street from Cave Springs Cellars and On the Twenty Restaurant. It is all located in the quaint town of Jordan, Canada with boutique shops. Here you will experience a small town feel. Black Star Farms, Suttons Bay, Michigan offers a delightful visit and is a destination site. At Black Star Farms view the vineyards, stables, creamery and winery.

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.

Cheers! Kathy

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