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The perfect cure for stress, glamping offers the chance to connect with nature without having to pack up all those supplies and pitch a tent in the dark. For those who want to enjoy the delights of wine country, you’ll be happy to know that it’s offered in many wine regions across the U.S., from California’s renowned regions to the picturesque Finger Lakes area in New York. These rentals are some of the best you’ll find, many of which come with quite a few luxuries for an experience you won’t soon forget.
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Perched on a hillside with magnificent views of vineyards and redwood trees, the Rising Moon Yurt provides a unique option nestled among the West Sonoma County wine country backroads. It’s located on a small family homestead and farm and may be best for a couple or two close friends. It includes a comfy queen-size canopy bed with privacy curtains and a sleeper couch that can be used as a queen-size guest bed. You’ll also have Wi-Fi, Bluetooth radio, a Smart TV with Apple TV and Netflix, and a/c and heating.
Located right at Freeland Cellars, steps away from the tasting room on eight acres of orchards, rose bushes and wine grapes, this Airstream puts you in the heart of it all. It’s just minutes from downtown Yakima and many other wineries. It comes with a private deck that has a hot tub and a fire pit, perfect for relaxed evenings. It accommodates up to three but may be best for a couple with a queen-size bed, kitchenette, eating nook, bathroom and shower. Wi-Fi and Smart TVs with Netflix, HBO, and YouTube are also included.
Explore Mexico’s most famous wine country region with a stay at the Bubble Suite. It’s less than two hours from San Diego in the Guadalupe Valley. It’s part of Campera, a 12 bubble hotel, and includes a full-size bed sleeping up to two adults, along with a private bathroom. You’ll be surrounded by the vines for serene views during the day, and after dark you can enjoy incredible stargazing.
Located in the heart of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, this luxurious yurt for up to four provides easy access to hiking trails, skiing, live music, restaurants, a farmer’s market, and countless wineries. It sits at the top of a small hill on a 70-acre homestead surrounded by serene beauty. You’ll have a large deck for alfresco dining, a hot tub for soaking under the stars, an outdoor fire pit, and a seasonal wood-burning stove. Fast Wi-Fi, a cell signal booster, TV for movie watching are also included along with shared access to a two-acre pond for fishing, paddle boating, and swimming (in season).
Located on an organic farm in Willamette Valley, the “Bali House” was converted from a greenhouse and includes a sleeping loft that accommodates up to two adults. Surrounded by windows, it brings the outdoors in, with shades in the sleeping loft, seating area, and fabulous cedar hot tub for privacy. You’ll have exclusive access to the “Barn Bathroom,” along with infrared heaters, natural spring water, Nespresso coffee, and a selection of teas. A BBQ grill, fire pit, and picnic table are included too.
Just down the road from Linked Vineyards and many other local wineries in the hills above Santa Rosa and the Sonoma Valley, this rental is a private campsite. It includes a large canvas tent with a queen-size bunk and a separate pop-up dome tent for up to five. Between the two, as many as 10 guests can be accommodated. You’ll also have a picnic table with benches, an outdoor camp shower and toilet, and Adirondack chairs. There’s no electricity or Wi-Fi, and getting a cell signal can be a challenge, but it’s the perfect place to disconnect.
Right in the heart of Napa, Silver Cloud is a classic, renovated Airstream that sits in the backyard of the Main Street Farmhouse. It makes an ideal base for exploring the area’s wineries and many other attractions along with the wine bars and world-class restaurants that are right in town. Ideal for a solo traveler or couple, it’s equipped with a full Sealy Posturpedic bed, a kitchenette, couch, dinette, flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi, and bathroom. The outdoor living space includes a patio, yard and a half-acre of landscaping.
Just 30 minutes from Portland International Airport on a five-acre property with a park-like setting, this glamping site includes a large tent for two that comes complete with a kitchenette, including a French press, toaster oven, electric burners, mini-fridge, coffee and tea. It sits at the edge of a pond, with a restful night’s sleep practically guaranteed – a sound machine, earplugs, and eye masks are all provided. Guests also have access to a large outdoor shower at the main house and amenities like a meditation tent, horseshoes, large sand volleyball court, refurbished yoga barn, labryinth, and an outdoor hot tub.
Accommodating six in the popular Finger Lakes Wine Country region with convenient access to the wine trail, this yurt is nestled among forests, meadows, and orchards, providing an especially tranquil setting. It has a private stone patio and lawn for tossing around a Frisbee, an organic vegetable garden, a fire pit and a gas grill. Inside the yurt, you’ll have a kitchen, bathroom, a living room that includes a full-size futon bed. There’s also a loft with two twin beds and a master bedroom with a full-size bed. Wi-Fi is included too.
This super cute Airstream trailer is parked at the boutique Metro Hotel & Cafe near downtown Petaluma and Sonoma wineries. It accommodates up to two adults (21 and over only) and comes with hotel perks like maid service, complimentary organic coffee and homemade crepes. It includes a king-size memory foam bed, a huge flat-screen HDTV, a full bath with a rain shower, a full kitchen, heating, a/c, and even a landscaped garden.
Located at Wellspring Forest Farm in the Finger Lakes wine region, this yurt offers a quiet setting while providing some of its own attractions too. On the grounds, there is a half-mile nature walk that winds through the woods, while the small farm itself includes ducks and sheep and produced maple syrup, elderberry extract, and duck eggs. After picking up a local bottle, sip wine on the deck as the sun goes down and then enjoy it under the stars around a bonfire (wood included). There’s a hammock, a kitchen with all the basics plus a French press and locally roasted organic coffee too.
If California’s Central Coast wineries are what you had in mind, this vintage Airstream for two is ideal. It’s just a couple of minutes from concerts at the Vina Robles amphitheater and you’ll have your own private space and outdoor sitting areas at a very affordable price for this area. Look forward to vineyard views and all you need for a comfortable stay, including a Smart TV for streaming with Netflix, Youtube, and Pandora, along with a Blu Ray player and selection of DVDs. You’ll have Wi-Fi and kitchenette items like a microwave, fridge, and coffeemaker too.
For the quintessential wine glamping experience in the Tualatin River Valley, part of Oregon’s famous Willamette Valley, this rental is a private tent for two with wineries less than a 5-minute drive away. It’s nestled in the woods overlooking a field of blackberries on a 10-acre property with 13 friendly goats. You’ll have a fire pit, complimentary wood and wine, along with access to a hospitality room that offers coffee and facilities for cooking and showering.
Located on a 10-acre property in the Texas Hill Country, known for its many wineries and vineyards, Western Sky is an RV that offers an affordable stay for two with a picturesque view. It’s 10 miles from the town of Blanco and 14 from Dripping Springs, providing easy access to shopping, dining, and breweries too. Nestled in the trees, you’ll have a kitchen and grill for cookouts, a/c and heating, and a bathroom. Guests also enjoy access to a park area with a hammock and activities like archery.
This unique treehouse offers a glamping experience in a secluded location yet multiple wineries, breweries, and distilleries are close by. It sits on more than 18 acres of private land and includes camping basics like a propane stove, water cooler, compost toilet, and an outdoor fire pit. The host says graffiti in the treehouse is encouraged – yoga and massage are available too.