Jordan suite living room with elegant furniture and wooden beam across ceiling

A Weekend in Wine Country: Stay Overnight at Sonoma Wineries with Lodging

The beauty and allure of Sonoma County Wine Country continue long after the sun has set and the tasting room doors have closed. That’s why so many travelers seek out vineyard homes and wineries with lodging. There is something magical about sleeping in serenity, surrounded by grapevines, olive trees, mature oaks and overflowing gardens, and with only the sounds of nature echoing in the background. Several Sonoma wineries make overnight stays available to visitors, and though some offer the perk only to their wine club members–reason enough to sign up–others open their front doors to all those interested.

Sonoma Wineries with Lodging Map

Sonoma Wineries with Lodging (Updated January 2023)

Front door of wine country cottage with ivy on façade

Enriquez Estate Wines

This small producer of pinot noir and tempranillo has grapevines planted along Eastside Road in Forestville. Cecilia Enriquez, daughter of founders Eduardo and Ana Enriquez, is front and center in her family’s wine business, involved in winemaking and taking particular pride in hosting guests at Enriquez Estate’s secluded two-bedroom cottage in the vineyard. It’s rustic yet romantic, and Cecilia can arrange for services such as massage therapy, private chef and guided tours of local Sonoma County wineries and vineyards. $384 per night

VISIT: No public tastings on site
STAY: Enriquez Estate Wines, 5960 Eastside Road, Forestville, CA, 707-347-9719, airbnb.com

Sonoma wineries with lodging view bedroom and breakfast

Gustafson Family Vineyards

Stay at this western Dry Creek Valley winery’s vacation rental and you’ll be enveloped by 20 acres of vineyards and awarded 30-mile views of the valley and Lake Sonoma. Take in the complimentary tasting of Gustafson’s wide range of wines at its downtown Healdsburg tasting room, then head for your home away from home, which offers a pool, spa, chef’s kitchen, gas barbecue and deck dining area. The master suite has a king bed, shower and spa tub; two first-floor suites have king beds and private baths. Averages $1,175 per night 

VISIT: Gustafson Family Vineyards tasting room, 34 North Street, Healdsburg, CA, 707-433-2371, gfvineyard.com
STAY: Gustafson Family Vineyards vacation rental, 9100 Skaggs Springs Road, Geyserville, CA, 707-433-2371, airbnb.com

Cottage deck in redwoods with bathtub and bistro table with wine

Halleck Vineyard

All are welcome to this sauna cottage retreat, nestled right below Halleck Vineyard in Russian River Valley. There, guests will have a private room with a vineyard-side firepit and stunning views of the private forest. There’s also a Finnish bathhouse and hot tub. Want to live like a winemaker? Here’s your chance, and it comes with the opportunity to sample Halleck’s pinot noirs, sauvignon blancs and gewurztraminers. $239 per night 

VISIT: By appointment only, Halleck Vineyard, 3785 Burnside Road, Sebastopol, CA, 707-829-8170, halleckvineyard.com
STAY: Halleck Vineyard, 3785 Burnside Road, Sebastopol, CA, 707-829-8170, airbnb.com

Jordan suite living room with elegant furniture and wooden beam across ceiling

Jordan Vineyard & Winery

The iconic Jordan Winery was built in the 1970s with three French-inspired guest suites, as part of Tom and Sally Jordan’s vision to make hospitality a central part of their experience. Located on the second story of the Jordan chateau above the dining room and kitchen, the Jordan guest suites boast views of the grounds and wine barrels, and each are fitted with a queen bed, designer linens, a sitting area, a fireplace and elegant decor. The rooms are available exclusively to members of the winery loyalty program, Jordan Estate Rewards, and rooms are available for half the rewards points in 2018 in honor of the program’s 10th anniversary. All overnight stays in Jordan Winery lodging include a private tour and tasting with food pairings. Complimentary round-trip transportation to and from the nearby town of Healdsburg for dinner is also available to overnight guests. Rates range from $175 to $275 per night plus 5,000 reward points per night per person.

VISIT: By appointment only, Jordan Vineyard & Winery, 1474 Alexander Valley Road, Healdsburg, CA, 707-431-5250, jordanwinery.com
STAY: Jordan Vineyard & Winery, 1474 Alexander Valley Road, Healdsburg, CA, jordanwinery.com

Sonoma wineries with lodging Bliss House

Lynmar Estate

This Russian River Valley producer of fine chardonnays, pinot noirs and rosés offers its wine club members (only) stays at the estate’s Bliss House, tucked into the vineyards and surrounded by organic vegetable and flower gardens. With three bedrooms and three-plus baths, it affords both privacy and congenial sharing, depending on guests’ desires. The outdoor deck is a great spot to take in the view of Laguna de Santa Rosa. Rates vary, based on wine club level and membership seniority from $750 to $1,500 per night, with a two-night minimum stay.

VISIT: Lynmar Estate, 3909 Frei Road, Sebastopol, CA, 707-829-3374, lynmarestate.com
STAY: Lynmar Estate, 3909 Frei Road, Sebastopol, CA, reserve@lynmarestate.com
Wilson Winery guest suites downtown healdsburg lodging
Photo courtesy of Wilson Winery. Photo credit: Barbara Bourne.

Wilson Winery

In addition to owning two bed and breakfast facilities in Healdsburg (Calderwood Inn and Grape Leaf Inn), the Wilson family also has two guest suites in downtown Healdsburg and a vineyard guest house. Wilson owns several wineries in the area, and wine club members receive a 20 percent discount on accommodations. Pricing varies.

VISIT: Wilson Winery, 1960 Dry Creek Road *, Healdsburg, 707-433-4355, wilsonwinery.com
*Guest suites located downtown

Planning your visit to wine country? Join the Jordan Estate Rewards program today for exclusive offers and opportunities to book your stay at beautiful Sonoma County accommodations.

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About the Author

Born and raised in rural Kansas, Lisa Mattson fell in love with wine during college in South Florida and worked for a wine magazine before moving to Northern California. Her days are spent being a writer, photographer and videographer for Jordan Winery and nights cooking Thai food or microgreen salads. When she’s not eating and sipping her way through Sonoma County, she travels the world with her husband in search of the best restaurants, snorkeling spots and tiki bars.

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