From $300 per night
Thoughtful touches and attention to detail in every suite invite relaxation and indulgence. Unique amenities, custom appointments, and unexpected comforts ensure a memorable stay.
The design journey began with Naina selecting specific, unique cushions signed by Jim Thompson, an American designer who lived in Thailand in the ’20s. She then proceeded to paint gorgeous oil paintings on dried lotus leaves that picked up the colors of the cushions, each one unique to the suite. She did this while still in Bangkok, Thailand. Once construction got underway in Walla Walla, Naina selected furniture, wall colors, headboard, canopy, lights and glass sinks that complemented her paintings and the cushions. This is what makes each suite singularly elegant and beautiful. The finished rustic-modern style is her own. Come and discover it for yourself!
We care deeply about your health and safety
As a small, intimate inn we are able to maintain the highest levels of hygiene for the safety and wellbeing of every guest.
In light of the current situation with regard to the corona virus and the general unease, we want our guests to know what our daily cleaning and sanitizing routines are as well as what we do after every check-out.
All remotes, light switches, faucets, doorknobs are sanitized.
All glassware (whether used or not) is washed and sanitized in a commercial high-temperature dishwasher.
Sinks, shower stalls and toilets are thoroughly disinfected
Meals are prepared by trained staff who have acquired the Washington food handler’s certification.
AFTER EVERY GUEST CHECK-OUT
All above daily routines plus
High temperature washing of all bed linens and towels (whether used or not) in commercial washing machines
Hand sanitizer is provided in every room and in the dining room for your safety.
Complimentary Dinner Every Thursday!
Join us for a complimentary 3-course dinner on Thursdays. You may bring your own wine but we do apply a corkage charge.
The Garden Suites
Luxuriously furnished and individually decorated with original art, fine linens and towels, a live-edge walnut desk with charging station, relaxing sitting area, and fabrics inspired by Jim Thompson. All suites offer adjustable king or twin beds.
Starting at $300; two-night minimum stay required
Built to look like a real grain silo and unique in Washington State, The Granary features round walls, high ceilings, large windows for natural light, spacious sitting area, original art, fine linens and towels, a locally crafted black walnut desk with charging station, and fabrics inspired by Jim Thompson.
Starting at $375; two-night minimum stay required
This suite has been designed to accommodate persons who are temporarily or permanently coping with physical mobility issues. Be it French Oak or American, the woody tones of this suite reflect the beautiful original art and these colors are picked up again in the lighting and the glass sinks. A private garden with outdoor shower and front patio views of the Blue Mountains come standard.
The saga of Jim Thompson, an American who lived in Thailand and who introduced the world to gorgeous Thai silks, is told across each suite. Picking silk cushion covers from the Jim Thompson store in Bangkok, Naina then proceeded to paint on dried lotus leaves, picking up the same colors as the cushion covers. These colors then reverberate across the wall color, the lighting, and the glass sinks to create an ambience of elegant luxury. Brix is the level of sugar in the grape juice that helps predict the level of alcohol in the wine.
Once again, tones of gold, orange and green pick up the cushion cover colors. These are highlighted by the wooden headboard and canopy and carried over to the wood-look glass sinks. Every suite is equipped with a Nespresso coffee machine and a tea kettle. Every suite also has an en suite bathroom but in addition to this, a private garden with an outdoor hot water shower that comes up and over an imposing granite monolith. Loess is the rich soil of Walla Walla, deposited during the Great Missoula Floods over ten thousand years ago.
The name of each suite was chosen to reflect wine country. Tannin is that astringent feeling that puckers your tongue and comes from the grape skins during the wine-making process. Welcome to the heart of Washington wine country! The Tannin Suite has the most striking glass sinks filled with orange and gold sparkle to accentuate the lotus leaf paintings done by Naina while living in Bangkok. There is a warmth in the colors and fabrics that will make you feel welcome.
Vendange is the name (in French) given to the grape harvest. It is a time of hard work and joy. The colors of this suite, again reflected in the Jim Thompson cushions, and highlighted by the headboard and canopy celebrate the colors of Walla Walla in the Fall. This is when the fall harvest yields the grapes to the crush and they undergo the magic transformation to wine. Every suite is equipped with a 43” flat screen television as well as a tea/coffee station and a wine fridge nestled inside a wine barrel.
This suite celebrates the root stock from Europe that first brought vines over to the New World. Every suite is equipped with a wine fridge to store your Walla Walla wine purchases at the perfect temperature. The wine fridge nests within a French Oak barrel. As with all the other suites, there are beautiful views of the Blue Mountains which can be enjoyed from within the suite or from a seat on the patio.
Our Suites Feature:
adjustable king-size bed or two singles that also offer a massage
en suite bathroom with shower
gowns, slippers, hair dryer
private zen garden and outdoor hot water shower
satellite flat screen TV
handcrafted goat milk soaps
custom mattress and pillow selection
electric kettle and tea set-up
beautiful views of the Blue Mountains, fields, deer, birds…
Our Loyalty Program
On Your Second Stay:
A bottle of Walla Walla Wine in your Suite
On Your Third Stay:
A bottle of Walla Walla Wine and a Cheese Board
On your Fourth Stay:
A bottle of Walla Walla Wine and a Picnic Basket for Two
On your Fifth Stay:
Your Third Night is Complimentary!