12 Ways to Stay in the Walla Walla Wine Valley


If you’re looking to book your next visit to the Walla Walla Valley, consider one of these twelve iconic locations, each of which delivers a different kind of experience. If you visited our “Where to Stay” page, then you’ve already seen them, but we’re here with a fact about each one that could help tip you in the direction booking your next stay at one of these amazing accommodations.

51 East Main: 51 East Main, Walla Walla, WA | (509) 520-5259

Features five luxury condos on Main Street in the heart of downtown Walla Walla, which means you’ll be a few feet from your favorite tasting rooms. Walking distance equals sipping distance.

Where to Stay 1

Armstrong Vineyard Cottage: 292 Van Ausdle Lane, Walla Walla, WA | (509) 520-8975

Located on a 22-acre property, this cottage is nestled in the rolling hills of the Palouse, bordered by wheat fields, and featuring 2 acres of vineyard, a creek, cliffs, pastures, wild and farm animals, stunning views of both sunrise and sunset. It’s also the future site of Armstrong Family Winery.

Where to Stay 2

The Barn B&B: 1624 Stovall Road, Walla Walla, WA | (509) 730-3662

Each of the seven rooms here have an independent outdoor entrance, en-suite bathroom, and — get ready — a private Zen garden complete with outdoor shower. As if that’s not enough, there is a heated outdoor swimming pool and hot tub just steps away from your suite. 

Where to Stay 3

Boyer House: 571 Boyer Avenue, Walla Walla, WA | 509-730-0418

Built in 1909, The Boyer House is one of Walla Walla’s most iconic homes. But what makes it stand out even more is its rooftop sun porch, basement billiards game room, theatre room, and chef’s kitchen (not to mention the seven bedrooms, four marble bathrooms, a stately front parlor, and sultry dining room).

Where to Stay 4

Casa Grosgrain: 2158 Half Acre Lane, Walla Walla, WA | (509) 876-4045

A 4-bedroom, 4-bath vacation rental located at Grosgrain’s Old Milton Vineyard, this modern, newly remodeled residence has a full kitchen and outdoor patios with views of our vineyards, pond, and the Blue Mountains. Oh, and it’s pet friendly.

Where to Stay 5

Courtyard by Marriott Walla Walla: 550 West Rose Street, Walla Walla, WA | (509) 876-8100

The perfect home-base for a wine tasting trip in Walla Walla, the Courtyard is here to be your tour guide, as their site and concierge will be able to direct you to your next glass of Walla Walla wine. They even have an “Exhibition kitchen,” which offers an intimate experience with their Executive Chef, featuring cooking demonstrations, wine pairings, and plating right before your eyes.

Where to Stay 6

Eritage Resort: 1319 Bergevin Springs Rd, Walla Walla, WA | (833) 374-8243

Home to 22 luxury suites as well as a restaurant, Eritage Resort is nestled on 300 acres in the rolling fields of wheat and vineyards of Washington wine country, and is only a few minutes away from the Walla Walla Regional Airport. Each suite opens to a patio or deck with expansive views of the Blue Mountains, rolling farmland and a pristine man-made lake.

Where to Stay 7

The FINCH: 325 East Main Street, Walla Walla, WA | (509) 956-4994

Featuring an outdoor wood-burning fireplace and open-air courtyard, The Finch is a block away from the bustle of downtown and features 80 one-of-a-kind guestrooms. Their team of recreation-lovers, wine aficionados, and foodies can’t wait to share their knowledge, enthusiasm, and suggestions as your area guides. Did we mention they have free coffee, complimentary wine tastings, and local art decorating almost every wall?

Where to Stay 8

The GG: 922 Bonsella Street, Walla Walla, WA 99362 | (425) 647-8245

Originally built in 1909 for $7,000 but refurbished in 1990 and then 2018, the Green Gables Inn has reimagined and redesigned the charm of Walla Walla. With five luxury rooms, there’s no shortage of glamor: you can enhance your stay with a DIY spa package, a cocktail party in your room, a picnic-style charcuterie board out on their lawn, and s’mores around their outdoor firepit. Oh, and you can even go wine tasting with the owners, enjoy a private dinner downstairs, or get dropped off at the gold course nearby.

; Where to Stay 9

The Inn at Abeja: 2014 Mill Creek Road, Walla Walla, WA | (509) 522-1234

Located on a 38-acre historic farmstead alongside Abeja winery, The Inn invites exploration of the property’s pristine gardens, vineyards, and a meandering creek where wildlife and spectacular views abound. When you arrive, you’ll be greeted by serenity, as well as a glass of Abeja wine. Did we mention some of the lodges/lodging have heated basalt floors, wet bars, verandas, and even wrap-around porches? 

Where to Stay 10

The Lodge at Columbia Point: 530 Columbia Point Drive, Richland, WA | (509) 713-7423

Located in Richland just 45-minutes outside of Walla Walla, this 4-star hotel has it all — onsite spa services, full bar with extensive wine list, exercise room, and outdoor covered pool — and is next to it all: with the marina just outside their door, there are kayaks, kite sailing, windsurfing, paddle boarding, waterskiing and tubing. Oh, and you can even fish the river for salmon and trout, or simply take the River Walk, a graceful trail that can be strolled, jogged or bike for over a mile.

Where to Stay 11

Marcus Whitman Hotel: 6 West Rose Street, Walla Walla, WA | (509) 525-2200

A treasured landmark rising above downtown Walla Walla, The Marcus Whitman pairs its enviable historic pedigree with an unflinching commitment to modern-day luxury and exceptional service. Since opening in 1928, they’ve reigned as Walla Walla’s premier hotel, a hospitality hub deeply connected to the community and committed to showcasing the region’s wine country splendor. Did we mention there are five on-site tasting rooms?

Where to Stay 12

Yellowhawk Resort: 2901 Old Milton Highway, Walla Walla, WA | (509) 522-0200

A resort and sparkling winery, this 84-acre hilltop retreat provides expansive views of rolling wheat fields, lush vineyards and farmland, and the sun shining atop the Blue Mountains. As you enter the gate and wind up the drive, expect your shoulders to relax, spirits to rise, and perspectives to change, as you begin to escape and engage. And if you’re there on a Sunday, see if they’re hosting one of their epic Sunday bonfires.

Where to Stay 13

12 Ways to Stay in the Walla Walla Wine Valley