Near Penticton, B.C., on the edges of tidy vineyards, lies God’s Mountain Estate, a 14-room, cliff-top charmer. Discerning types might find the style of some of the rooms too rustic but everyone swoons over the roofless, sky-lit chamber. Take the narrow, private staircase up to this white-washed wonder where dozens of tea candles flicker from the room’s round pony walls. A deep soaker tub, a wrought-iron table for two and a massive hand-carved, canopied bed awaits—all under a tarp of twinkles (best experienced in the summer). You could be in the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, wherever your star-spangled fantasies take you. In this case, it’s a 15-minute drive from Penticton up Lakeside Road. Try to stay on a Sunday when the chefs from Joy Road Catering whip up a four-course locavore’s feast served alfresco. You may just feel like you’re hanging on the hem of heaven or in a scene plucked from Mamma Mia!.