Stay at an inn with a working winery and sleep among the rows of grapevines and barrels of liquid goodness. Plus, you can be first in line at the tasting room. Here’s a sampling of the hybrid accommodations in Virginia wine country.

Stone Manor Bed & Breakfast

13193 Mountain Rd., Lovettsville


The manor, surrounded by vineyards, features seven suites plus a tasting room with wines from Loudoun County. From $125 a night.

Fincastle Vineyard Bed
and Breakfast

203 Maple Ridge Lane, Fincastle


The former farm on 80 acres near the Blue Ridge Mountains pairs two guestrooms with its Fincastle Vineyard and Winery. From $135.

Glass House Winery Bed & Breakfast

5898 Free Union Rd., Free Union


Choose a room (Wine, Tropical or Suite to the Stars), a view (12 acres of vineyards or Blue Ridge Mountains) and a sipping spot (tasting room or tropical conservatory). From $115.

Sharp Rock Vineyards

5 Sharp Rock Rd., Sperryville


The 25-acre property offers two private cottages with very old (150-year-old pine floors) and very new (remote-controlled fireplace) features. Rate includes wine tasting and a bottle of vino. From $200.

Beliveau Estate Winery

5415 Gallion Ridge Rd., Blacksburg


The 165-acre venue is quite a spread, with five guestrooms, a tasting room, a tiki bar, hiking trails, a lavender farm, a gift shop, stocked ponds and a fireplace to warm cheeks already rosy from the rosé. From $239.

The Suites at Prince Michel

154 Winery Lane, Leon


French ooh-la-la comes to Virginia with four Gallic-y suites, from Parisian chic to Provencal country charm. $175 includes a bottle of sippy-sip.

The Hope and Glory Inn

170 White Fences Dr., Irvington


Lots of lodging options (rooms in a former schoolhouse and garden cottages) but for grape views, book one of three Tents at Vineyard Grove. The three-bedroom bungalows come with a fireplace, lounging and eating areas and a screened-in porch where you can watch the vines grow. From $310.

The 1804 Inn and Cottages

17655 Winery Rd., Barboursville


The 18th-century estate at Barboursville Vineyards is dotted with historic lodgings: the Georgian villa built in 1804; Vineyard Cottage, former dwelling of domestic servants; Sangiovese Cottage, the onetime gardener’s home; and the Blue Run Cottage, the winemaker’s old residence. All total: nine suites. From $240.

Arcady Vineyard Bed & Breakfast

1376 Sutlers Rd., Charlottesville


Guests occupying the four rooms receive serious wine enthusiast treatment: a wine-and-cheese greeting at check-in, a fridge stocked with a bottle of sparkling wine, and evening turndown service with a dessert wine from the vineyard. From $220.

Wedmore Place

5810 Wessex Hundred, Williamsburg


The 28 rooms capture the spirit (and decor) of such Old World destinations as Vienna, the Cotswolds and Scandinavia. Price includes a wine tasting and tour of the barrel cellar, production area and museum. And go ahead and pocket the etched wine glass — it’s yours. Rates from $165.

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