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6 Breweries and Wineries Where You Can Actually Spend the Night

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Stay the Night at These Breweries & Wineries
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The last thing you want to do after enjoying a day of tasting at a winery or brewery is hop in the car and head home. Luckily, a few brewers and winemakers understand this struggle and let you actually spend the night, meaning you can truly snooze where you booze. Here are six top choices from around the country.

 Fredericksburg Brewing Company (Fredericksburg, Texas)

Fredericksburg isn’t only the oldest brewpub in Texas, but it also ranks among the state’s best. The brewery is located on the ground floor along with a restaurant and a beer garden; the second floor, meanwhile, houses the 12-room Bed & Brew. Bonus: Each guest receives a free pint of beer for every night booked.

 Youngberg Hill Vineyards and Inn (McMinville, Oregon)

After you’re done tasting the Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris at Youngberg Hill, you can crash in the eight-room inn, which is located in the same building as the tasting room. Once you awake from the wine-induced nap, soak in the views of the 22 acres of vineyards or relax in the on-site library and dining room.

 

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 Can Bonastre Wine Resort (Barcelona, Spain)

Even if you don’t like wine, this luxury 12-room resort, nestled into the Penedès wine region of Spain, is the perfect romantic getaway. You’ll get a wine tour and tasting as part of the per-night room cost; there are also a bunch of packages to choose from, including a Segway tour of the vineyards. 

 

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 Trapp Family Lodge (Stowe, Vermont)

If you love history, music and beer, the Trapp Family Lodge is your Northern New England mecca. Owned by decedents of the von Trapps, the family who toured the U.S. as the Trapp Family Singers in the 1940s, the resort, located on 2,500 acres in rural Vermont, comes complete with a 30,000-square-foot on-site brewery. Oenophiles will also enjoy the wine cellar, featuring varietals from all over the world. 

 

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 Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery (New Hampshire)

At this 40-room New Hampshire lodging, there’s more to beer than simply drinking it. Guests can take a one-hour brewery tour, enjoy a multicourse dinner with beer pairings and sign up for a beer-making lesson during one of Woodstock Inn’s regular Brewer’s Weekends, when beer lovers can actually learn how to brew.

 Algodon Wine Estates (Argentina)

This 2,050-acre resort in Argentina’s spectacular Mendoza wine region aims to marry wine and wellness—with an emphasis on the wine. Included in an overnight stay are offerings like guided vineyard tours and tastings led by the team of sommeliers and winemakers. Non-wine activities include a pool, horseback riding and golf; guests can also visit nearby mineral baths.

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