Cameo Heights Mansion

1072 Oasis Road
Touchet, WA
Phone: (509) 394-0211
This romatic 7-room B&B sits on a 400-acre orchard/vineyard, about halfway between the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla, along the Walla Walla River. Walla Walla's wineries are about a half-hour to the west, while Red Mountain is less than an hour northeast. However, when you consider all the onsite amenities, which include a waterfall pool, hot tub, theater room, walking paths and onsite dining, you might not ever want to leave.

Courtyard Marriott

550 W. Rose St.
Walla Walla, WA
Phone: (509) 876-8100
This newer entry in the city’s lodging scene brings Marriott's reliability to the city’s downtown area.

Eritage Resort

1319 Bergevin Springs Road
Walla Walla, WA
Phone: (509) 394-9200
Tucked away among 300 acres of vineyards and wheat, this intimate, 10-room resort (pictured above) allows you to decompress knowing that the tasting rooms and restaurants of downtown Walla Walla are only about 15 minutes away. The pool, bocce ball court and paddleboard-friendly "lake" provide gentle recreation, and the onsite restaurant is operated by the team behind Seattle's acclaimed Miller's Guild and El Gaucho restaurants.

Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center

6 W. Rose St.
Walla Walla, WA
Phone: (866) 826-9422
The original brick tower dates back to 1928, and a massive renovation completed in 2001 brought this local landmark into the modern age. The central location provides easy access to downtown's tasting rooms, restaurants and shops. The hotel's own Marc Restaurant serves exquisite Northwest cuisine, with an all-Washington wine list, while its bar, the Vineyard Lounge, is a great place to chill over wine, cocktails and eclectic beverage-friendly bar bites.

The Barn B&B

1624 Stovall Road
Walla Walla, WA
Phone: (509) 730-3662
This elegant, modern new seven-room inn sits on a 10-acre site west of downtown, surrounded by farmland, vineyards and wineries. (It's also just across the highway from Wine Valley Golf Club.) Each room offers a private garden with an outdoor shower (in addition to the indoor shower in each bathroom). In addition to three-course breakfasts each morning, the inn also serves complimentary family-style dinners to guests on Monday and Thursday nights. The cuisine combines local ingredients with global influences that reflect the owners' experiences working in the hospitality industry around the world, from Chevy Chase, Maryland, to Bangkok.

The Finch

325 E. Main St.
Walla Walla, WA
Phone: (509) 956-4994
A thorough renovation brought a hip, modern vibe to the site of a former motel dating back to 1967. The rooms are small but cozy, with pillow-top beds, boutique bath products and walk-in tile showers. The property is steps away from downtown Walla Walla's restaurants, tasting rooms and shops. In addition to loaning cruiser bikes to guests, the hotel also has a bicycle tune-up station. If you like to bike, you'll want to take advantage of the area's killer road cycling conditions.

The Inn at Abeja

2014 Mill Creek Road
Walla Walla, WA
Phone: (509) 526-7400
Century-old farmstead buildings have been meticulously restored to showcase the craftsmanship of the era in which they were built. In all, the inn offers eight cottages and suites on a 38-acre site that is also home to Abeja's winery and one of its vineyards, about 4 miles east of downtown. Breakfast and a tasting of Abeja wines are included.