This Winery In Germany Lets You Stay Overnight In A Wine Barrel

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Staying overnight at a guest house in a vineyards has long been a travel trend enjoyed by wine lovers. Now a village in Germany is going one step further: Visitors can sleep overnight in empty wine barrels that once produced wine for the region. The wine barrels have been tidied up and made into tiny, uber-private hotel rooms.

And, hey, wine not?!

The Schlafen im Weinfass, a vineyard in Sasbachwalden, Germany, has eight 8,000-liter barrels that can be rented for overnight stays.

The Schlafen im Weinfass

They sit above the wine village of Sasbachwalden and are outfitted with large windows. The views are pretty spectacular, as you can see.

Schlafen im Weinfass

The barrels start at $190 a night for two people, and that comes with a couple of bottles of wine, pastries, and breakfast.