Why Walla Walla?
“A town so nice they named it twice!”. Al Jolson, the entertainer, once said that. But don’t take only his word for it. Walla Walla was recognized as a must-visit destination by Vogue Magazine; Travel+Leisure Magazine; The New York Times; Expedia.com; and The Road Less Traveled
Walla Walla is a foodie’s mecca. Saffron Mediterranean Kitchen; Whitehouse Crawford; Soi 71; Brasserie Four; Passatempo Taverna; Public House 124; TMacs.
Walla Walla is the jewel in the crown that is Washington wine. With its first commercially successful wines produced in the late 70s, Walla Walla now boasts over 150 wineries! Extraordinary, world-class wines are being produced at wineries such as: L’Ecole No. 41; Woodward Canyon; Waterbrook; Reininger; Three Rivers; Long Shadows; The Walls; Rôtie; Pepperbridge; Tero Estates; Armstrong; Truth Teller. Cabernet Sauvignon; Merlot; Syrah and Cabernet Franc are the grapes that thrive in the valley.
Launching April 1st, 2019 is a brand new, luxury 7-suite bed & breakfast inn: The Barn B&B Walla Walla, the dream child of Naina & Anand Rao. Anand, is a 40-year veteran of some of the world’s great hospitality companies and Naina was an event-organizer in Bangkok – their last destination before arriving in Walla Walla.
Construction began in May 2018 and is on track for an on-time completion. They are working hard to bring their international experience and knowledge of luxury hospitality to the westside of Walla Walla. The Inn is just 10 minutes from downtown and 5 minutes from the Wine Valley Golf Club. It is surrounded by a dozen great wineries, including vintage wineries, with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and the Blue Mountains, they want to welcome you and offer you daily gourmet breakfast with an international flavor and, on Mondays and Thursdays, invite you to complimentary family-style dinner as well as happy hour Fridays with charcoal-grilled pizza and local wines.