The Best Airbnbs You Can Rent In Vineyards

Cancel the hotel room and play winemaker for a night

Airbnb knows no limits: It rents houseboats, tree houses and all the castles in between. It also has a full range of incredible rental homes at some of the world's best vineyards, should you feel like truly proving your worth as a wine lover. Here are seven of our favorites, from the heart of Chianti to the rolling hills of South Africa.

① Château Montelena Winery, California

This beautiful home sits in the heart of the Calistoga wine country, tucked below Mount Saint Helena. You'll be surrounded by 26 acres of vineyards for a truly immersive experience.

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② Château Margaux, France

Margaux is a short drive north of Bordeaux and is one of the most highly regarded vineyards in the world. This elegant castle has a Grecian hall, an English sitting room and marbled columns, so you'll be living (and drinking) like royalty.

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③ Dornier Wine Estate, South Africa

Not only does this homestead among the vines offer impressive landscape and sunset views, it also has rare antelope that roam the property.

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④ Chianti Hills, Tuscany

This gorgeous 17th-century Tuscan villa is situated in the heart of Chianti, just eight miles from Florence. It's surrounded by 600 olive trees, vineyards and countryside views—not to mention a full array of garden-fresh produce. 

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⑤ Argeles Vineyard, Spain

This home overlooks the Priorat wine region valley with its rooftop porch and its 26 large windows—perfect for watching the sun rise and set over the grapes.

⑥ Naramata, Canada

This recently renovated farmhouse overlooks not only two vineyards and an apple orchard, but sparkling Okanagan Lake. Catch the best views from the raised 300-square-foot cedar deck, where you can enjoy the fresh muffins and juice gifted upon arrival.

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⑦ Central Otago, New Zealand

Central Otago is known for its Pinot Noirs, vivid Chardonnays and Sauvignon Blancs. Take it all in from the cottage's front deck with a bottle or two.

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