Do you dream about wine? Then this luxe getaway may be the next adventure to add to your barrel [read as: bucket] list!
You can unwine-d inside a giant replica barrel at this nearly 300-year-old vineyard in Portugal -- no corkscrew required!
Located in Lamego, the Wine House Hotel at Quinta da Pacheca estate offers guests the opportunity to stay in a 98-foot cedar wood suite overlooking the Duoro River.
Quinta da Pacheca created the 10 wine barrel suites, all named for a different wine grape, in 2018 as part of a "bold architectural" project, according to the winery's website.
The charming wine cask cabins have a large circular mirror glass window that leads outside to a small patio, overlooking the vineyards of the Douro wine region -- one of the most renowned estates and wine regions.
"The wine barrels were fun, clean, and comfortable," one TripAdvisor traveler said.
One couple who documents their travels on Instagram, Katie and Scott Bray, called the whole experience "authentic" and told followers they had the "best night stay."
They also said the inventive rooms were "truly magical."
"We paid $295 euros per night," Katie Bray told ABC News. "They are built very well. We had a beautiful shower area inside and the 'cork' on top was a sunroof."
According to another TripAdvisor traveler, the experience included a free wine production tour for guests.
Despite the smaller stature of the barrel suites, the reviewer said the "amazing experience" was "worth the price."
Maria do Ceu Goncalves and Paulo Pereira bought the 140-acre estate in 2012, starting a new era of expansion and vitality, according to TripAdvisor.