A trip to Napa or Sonoma is one of the most romanticized vacations in America, and you know what makes a trip to wine country even more special? Staying in a truly unique place. So we scoured Airbnb to find the ten most unique accommodations in these two incredible wine regions. Here’s what we found:
California is the land of the open road, so what better accomodations to honor California’s history than a vintage air stream trailer? You can pretend you’re “roughing it” when really you’re glamping and going to wineries.
Yes, we realize there has never been a need for castles in Napa, but you have to hand it to the couple that built this castle just because. Perhaps you can pretend you’re a feudal lord, and all of the surrounding wineries exist to make wine for you, and you alone. Plus, there’s a moat, and who doesn’t love a moat?
We were sold on this place as soon as we saw the pool, but it’s also a ridiculous mansion, so that’s a plus.
Now this is unique. Located in the heart of a working ranch, this converted water tower now houses three bedrooms and plenty of space to hang out with friends.
Are you staying in Napa or Italy? If you book this house, it will be hard to say…and that’s totally fine. Now you can tell all your friends you were able to afford trips to Napa and Tuscany this summer!
Who says you can’t be a kid again? But this time the wine you’re drinking in the treehouse was purchased legally.
Stay here and you might start believing you’re actually in the Swiss Alps, which is the perfect reason to head to a local cheese shop and make fondue using some of the wine you just purchased.
Living small is on-trend these days, so get a feel for how much simpler your life could be with a stay in this small cabin.
Seclusion at its finest yet only two miles from the center of Napa – because you’re gonna run out of wine with all the writing you’ll be doing. Perfect for finishing the next great American novel.
Another home that feels worlds away from everything, but is actually just minutes from downtown Napa. Wake up to the sound of water rippling over rocks, and yet be in a tasting room in less than ten minutes.