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6 Luxury Home Rentals in Napa and Sonoma

California wine country is known for wine, of course, but also for its laid-back lifestyle. Neighboring Napa and Sonoma offer a wealth of wineries, world-class restaurants, mild temperatures year-round, and activities for everyone. The area is also full of luxurious lodging options, including homes nestled in the forests of giant redwoods, estates built on working vineyards, and a B&B that once housed Elvis Presley.

Make your next vacation unforgettable by staying in one of these six unique luxury rentals.

The ink house


The Ink House is a B&B in Napa County, but you can rent all four rooms and have the place all to yourself. The house was the former home of Theron Ink, a farmer and early settler in Napa County, and was also the home of Elvis Presley when he filmed his 1960 movie “Wild in the Country.”

The top floor is an observation tower with 360 degree views of the valley, and there is a wraparound porch. The grounds are impressive, with gardens, massive oak trees, an educational vineyard and a pétanque court.

Cline Winery

Cline Winery


For the ultimate wine experience, stay at a real winery. Cline Winery is located on the Cline Family Cellars Winery, and each stay comes with a tasting for up to 10 people. The house has four bedrooms, a large kitchen, a fireplace and a sauna. And outside, you can enjoy a pool, hot tub, fire pit, BBQ, lounge chairs, and dining table.

There is also a concierge service where you can arrange for a private chef or book transportation from the airport or wine tasting in the area.

lavender sky

Magical setting, panoramic view - Lavender Sky


Enjoy a getaway to this serene home perched on a hill in Sonoma County, surrounded by views on all sides. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home features a swimming pool, hot tub, large patio with outdoor dining furniture, and a beautiful garden, including its own lawn. lavender to bring additional relaxation to your entire stay.

Though you’ll feel worlds away from the city, you’ll be only a few miles from wineries such as Valley of the Moon, Imagery, and Benziger, as well as the restaurants of Glen Ellen and Sonoma Plaza.

Calistoga Hideout

Calistoga Hideout


Northern California is known for its spectacular redwoods, and this Calistoga hideaway lets you sleep among the giant trees. The house is surrounded by 10 acres of private forest, and there is a hill you need to navigate from the parking lot to the house (an electric cart is provided). The 5,000 square foot home has rustic decor — there’s reclaimed wood throughout — and modern amenities, eight bedrooms, a movie theater, a game room with a wine bar and pool table, a fireplace in the backyard and an outdoor hot tub.

You can also arrange for a chef, groceries, and housekeeping to come to the house so you don’t have to leave.

The art of wine

The art of wine


Get a taste of Europe without leaving the country. This French-inspired house in Napa County has a tiled roof, a large wooden door, is covered in ivy and a large outdoor space for lounging. The house has three bedrooms (one of which is located in a separate guest house) and can sleep up to eight people, as well as a garden room with large windows and, of course, a cellar. wine.

In the middle of the vines

In the middle of the vines


This modern three-bedroom farmhouse is surrounded by vineyards in Sonoma and is pet-friendly (dogs up to 25 pounds are allowed for an additional fee). On a nice day, you can spend an afternoon at the outdoor dining table, playing bocce or relaxing on the porch swing.

There’s a barbecue and the outdoor garden beds have fresh vegetables and herbs so you can try your hand at making your own California cuisine, and if you want to dine out, downtown Sonoma is just five minutes away. by car.