Wine tasting provides the perfect getaway, whether you’re heading out to Oregon’s Willamette Valley, island hopping in Washington or checking out urban wineries. But the opportunity to stay the night at a winery makes planning that much easier. Many wineries across the Northwest offer accommodations to book for a night or two, or even a weeklong stay. Not only will you be able to immerse yourself in the landscape and terroir, but it also provides the opportunity to enjoy a tasting or a glass of wine, and then simply walk right back to your room or guest house.
In the spring 2023 issue of Sip Magazine, we highlighted properties throughout the Northwest where you can stay in the vines. Below, find additional winery stays to consider when booking your next wine tasting trip.
Abbey Road Farm | Carlton, Oregon
Abbey Road Farm spans 82 acres in the Willamette Valley with expansive views of rolling hills and vineyards. The Silo Suites B&B on-site hosts five different suites, making great use of two former working silos. Now, guests can stay in this unique accommodation to soak up the magic of this working farm. Each of the five suites features a jacuzzi tub and ambient floor heating, with access to a common firepit. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast from the winery’s chef, wander the farm and say hello to the animals, and walk next door for an afternoon tasting.
Bryn Mawr Vineyards | Salem, Oregon
Bryn Mawr is nestled on a sustainable estate in Salem, Oregon. Not only will you be able to take in vineyard views from this property, but you’ll also be able to see the dramatic Oregon Coast Range. The Ideabox guesthouse sits right next to the vines, allowing for an immersive experience. There’s two king bedrooms complete with cozy furnishings and thoughtful amenities, along with a full kitchen. Plan a stay and enjoy the sunshine from the deck, complete with an outdoor grill.
Colter’s Creek Hattabaugh Hotel | Moscow, Idaho
While this accommodation trades vineyard views for downtown streets, it’s a great option for those who want to stay within close proximity to a tasting room. The Hattabaugh Hotel is located above the Colter’s Creek tasting room and offers four grape-named suites. Each suite has a king-size bed, with the Merlot suite offering the largest space. Each stay includes a complimentary tasting downstairs and you can use your suite as a home base for walking to nearby breweries, coffee shops and eateries.
Comforts of Whidbey Island | Langley, Washington
Head to one of Washington’s beautiful island destinations and stay at this winery and bed and breakfast. There are six different second-floor rooms, and you can choose your preferred window views, whether you’d love to take in the sights of the Puget Sound or pastures and vineyards. Each king-size suite has a private bathroom and a wet bar with a fridge. Breakfast is served each morning on the main floor.
Lumos Wine Company | Philomath, Oregon
Located 12 miles outside of Corvallis, this Oregon winery offers a charming-meets-rustic cabin getaway. The cabin was built in the 1930s and sits amongst the winery’s 15-acre vineyard. Inside, you’ll find a kitchenette, wood stove and plenty of vintage charm. Grab a glass of wine and enjoy it on the front porch while soaking in views of the vineyard and the Oregon Coast Range.
Orofino Vineyard | Cawston, British Columbia
Orofino Vineyard in British Columbia’s Similkameen Valley dates back to 1989. And you can tuck in for the night right next to it. The winery has a one-bedroom and a two-bedroom suite, both located upstairs above the barrel room, each with full kitchens, modern furnishings and private decks with incredible views. Need more room? The Guest House offers three bedrooms, a full kitchen, fireplace and expansive deck.
Tinte Cellars Vineyard | Benton City, WA
Planning a visit to the Red Mountain AVA? Tinte Cellars has a four-bedroom house nestled against their vineyards. Find cozy furnishings, a full kitchen, a large back patio with a barbecue and nothing but wide open stunning views as far as the eyes can see.
Hester Creek Estate Winery | Oliver, British Columbia
Hester Creek is home to vines that were planted in 1968. The 115-acre estate vineyard now produces chardonnay, malbec, petit verdot and more. Take the opportunity to experience vineyard views surrounded by rolling green hills. You’ll find six different suites to choose from, each with soaking tubs, fireplaces and patios to take in beautiful views. Breakfast is included, and you can plan to dine at the winery’s on-site restaurant Terrafina.
Looking for other great places to stay? Make sure to check out the Spring issue of Sip Magazine, where you can find 16 more great vineyard getaways.