Welcome to The Barn B&B Walla Walla, a luxurious, family-run bed and breakfast located 10 minutes west of downtown, amidst the vineyards and farmlands in the heart of Washington Wine Country!
Newly built by Anand and Naina,
the Barn B&B Walla Walla is located on Walla Walla’s westside, close to Wine Valley Golf Club and Woodward Canyon, Reininger, Long Shadows, Waterbrook, L’Ecole No. 41, Three Rivers, Smoky Rose and Cougar Crest wineries. Surrounded by rolling farmland and bordered on one side by the Little Walla Walla River, The Barn B&B Walla Walla offers a relaxing, pastoral setting.
like the private garden and outdoor shower, wine fridge custom bed and pillows, original art, and a view of the Blue Mountains create a tranquil, pampered experience. Every morning, guests will be treated to a full gourmet breakfast – often inspired by Naina and Anand’s travels around the world – which can be enjoyed in the vaulted Julian’s Hall or al fresco in Sushila’s Courtyard. Twice weekly, a complimentary family-style dinner is prepared in Ruby’s Kitchen, and every Friday evening, Happy Hour includes local wines, hors d’oeuvres, and sometimes, visits by the winemakers.
six suites plus The Granary, each with a private entrance, are located next to the main building that houses the communal spaces. Only steps away from your own patio is Pushpa’s Pond, great for evening strolls with seating to enjoy the birdlife, deer and stunning Walla Walla Valley sunsets.
With more than 40 years’
executive management with the world’s finest hospitality groups, Anand, and his wife, Naina, an accomplished event planner, chose the charming Walla Walla community to build their very own luxury country inn. As a team, they are passionate aficionados of food and wine, and bring a unique multicultural approach to hospitality, having lived and worked in the United Kingdom, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the USA.
“Opening this unique inn in Walla Walla is our dream,
a decade in the making, and we can’t wait to share it with you!”
– Naina & Anand