This article is presented in partnership with Missouri Wines.

Missouri wine country offers much more than breathtaking views and award-winning wines to be enjoyed. As you explore the Show-Me State’s 126 wineries and take in unique experiences, don’t let your visit end as the tasting room doors close. Several Missouri wineries welcome overnight guests with lodging options. From rooms with a view, digs with historic flair, to spooky stays, there are options for everyone. Why not stay a while in wine country? Uncork, unwind and relax at one of these incredible locations.

History buffs will feel right at home in Adam Puchta Winery’s Guesthaus and cabin during their next getaway. Adam Puchta Winery, the oldest continuously family-owned winery in the country, offers an incredible stay in the Guesthaus, which was built in the early 1840s by the father of the winery founder. Hermannhof Winery also boasts the perfect blend of old-world charm and modern luxury with their comfortable Weinhaus cottage suites. For those eager to have a brush with the supernatural, the Inn at  Belvoir Winery should be on your must-visit list. Described as luxury with a historic flair, guests claim to be visited by spirits and otherworldly experiences during overnight stays in the Inn’s suites.

Rooms with a view are in no short supply among Missouri wineries. The Lakeside Suite at Arcadian Moon Winery & Brewery and the Lodge at Shawnee Bluff Winery extend a waterside welcome. Bear Creek Wine Company encourages guests to enjoy the beauties of nature in the Ozarks by staying in one of their many lodging options. Hillside hideaways at Charleville Vineyard Winery & Microbrewery’s log cabin and Chaumette Vineyards & Winery’s variety of villas are welcoming retreats with breathtaking sights.

Are you desperate for an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life? Relax and restore in one of wine country’s rural stays. Farmhouses at White Mule Winery and McKelvey Vineyards are available for booking and offer tranquility to all who stay. Edg-Clif Farms & Vineyard, located in the heart of the Ozarks, welcomes guests to enjoy a weekend escape in one of their amenity-laden five-star cottages. Other Missouri wineries that offer restful rural retreats include Jowler Creek Vineyard & Winery, whose Airbnb home overlooks the sustainable vineyard, and Vance Vineyards & Winery, which offers the private and peaceful Vance House through Airbnb.

Want to be close to the action during your next wine country stay? Just minutes from the Kansas City metro, the cottages at Albonée Country Inn and Vineyards LLC provide a hearty breakfast, scenic views of the Little Blue Valley and quick access to top attractions in the area. Bring a group of up to 13 people to Mallinson Vineyard and Hall and stay in their newly remodeled Ravishing House, merely a short drive away from downtown Kansas City and several National Historic Trails.

Ready to pack your bags and head out to explore Missouri wine country? Use our trip planning resources to build your itinerary, and make sure to stay a while in wine country.