What are your thoughts on waking up to a steaming cup of coffee and vast views of Long Island vineyards? Sounds tempting, doesn’t it? Yes, you can stay overnight amidst the grapevines at some North Fork Vineyards. And, some overnight stays include a full breakfast and free wine tastings.
Whether a romantic getaway or a wine-tasting trip, staying overnight at a vineyard is a unique and charming experience. Take a tour and learn the wine-making process. Sample until you find your favorite North Fork wines.
The four North Fork vineyards suggested below are family-owned and located in the heart of the North Fork, where visitors can also find top-rated restaurants, shopping, beaches, boating, farms, and craft breweries. Keep in mind, these are working vineyards and there will be activity on the property, particularly during the growing and harvesting seasons. Rates vary depending on season.
Shinn Estate Vineyards
Shinn Estate Vineyards in Mattituck has a quaint bed and breakfast in its restored 1880’s farmhouse. In the midst of 22 acres, sip coffee on the front porch or wine on the back patio. There are four unique rooms at Shinn, each with sweeping views, queen beds, and plush robes. And, each booking includes a complimentary amenity package: a fresh farmhouse breakfast, happy hour with wine & cheese, a glass of wine upon arrival, and a complimentary wine tastings. https://shinnestatevineyards.com/
Sannino Vineyards in Cutchogue offers two charming large rooms (800- square feet each) with king size beds, a dining area and balcony or patio. A homemade country breakfast is delivered to the room each morning. And, each stay includes wine tasting and a cheese platter at their rustic tasting room. Sannino offers many activities, classes and wine tours so check their website for upcoming events. Reservations for the rooms are open year-round. http://www.sanninovineyard.com/
Jamesport Vineyard offers two guest rooms with queen size beds and sitting areas. One room faces east for sunrise views, the other west for sunsets over the vineyard. Jamesport is a father-son collaboration that began in 1986 making it one of the North Fork’s oldest vineyards. The super-charming tasting room is located in a 165-year-old barn. Also, an onsite casual restaurant boasts a wood-fired oven offering specialty pizzas, meatballs, and cheese plates. https://jamesportwines.com/
Diliberto Vineyard in Jamesport has a 650-square-foot apartment for rent through AirBNB from April to October. The roomy one-bedroom has a queen bed and large living space. Salvatore and Maryann Diliberto began crafting their wines in 2001. And, along with wine guests and visitors can order homemade pizzas and other Italian specialties. Check Diliberto’s website for the events calendar before booking because you may get to enjoy Sundays with Grandma. Learn how to make pasta with Salvatore and enjoy a four-course meal, live music including classic Italian songs and other favorites. https://www.dilibertowinery.com/