Airbnb adds ‘vineyards’ category for your next wine getaway

Pinot Noir grapes seen during a harvest in a Rhine vineyard, Germany. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)

Have you dreamed of taking a trip to wine country lately? Well, Airbnb could help you with your travel plans!

The vacation rental company recently launched a “Vineyard” category on its site, which allows travelers to narrow their search to properties that grow grapes (and hopefully serve wine!).

Airbnb says the category already has more than 100,000 listings worldwide.

This new option comes after Airbnb introduced “Airbnb Categories” to help users “discover millions of unique homes that customers didn’t know existed.” The 56 categories include “mansions”, “farms”, “OMG!” and “off the grid”.

“The way people travel has changed forever. That’s why we’re introducing the biggest change at Airbnb in a decade,” Airbnb CEO and co-founder Brian Chesky said in a press release. “First, people are more flexible about where they live and work, so we’ve designed a new way to search with Airbnb categories. Second, people are taking longer trips, so we’ve created Split Stays to giving you more options by splitting your trip between two homes.And third, we’re introducing AirCover for travelers, giving you the confidence to book knowing Airbnb is here for you.

According to the company, “Airbnb Categories” organize listings by style, location, or proximity to a travel activity. As you view different categories, the map smartly zooms in to show you where the houses are.

“Airbnb’s 56 categories include more than 4 million unique listings made possible by our hosts around the world,” Airbnb spokesperson Haven Thorn told FOX television stations. “Airbnb categories organize homes based on what makes them unique, which helps people discover places they otherwise wouldn’t have found. It can help alleviate overtourism by redistributing trips to new places beyond the same popular destinations.”

This new feature comes as many businesses and businesses continue to search for new ways to expand their homes in unique ways.

Last year, an Airbnb listing announced that Winnie the Pooh fans could book a stay at the honey-loving bear house in the forest, which inspired the fictional country of Hundred Acre Wood.

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Airbnb’s listing, “A Home Fit for Disney’s Winnie the Pooh,” offered a guided tour through the original woods of Hundred Acre. The Tiny House is located in Nutley, England, UK.

In addition, this summer the world’s largest treehouse complex will open near one of the most visited national parks in the country, where you can visit and spend the night.

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The Sanctuary Treehouse Resort is located on 40 acres in the Smoky Mountain area of ​​eastern Tennessee and is located on two golf courses in the Smoky Mountains, a short distance from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

This story was reported from Los Angeles.