7 Gables Pensione
257 N. Wamba Road
A renovation converted this former farmhouse, dating back to the early 1900s, into a six-room inn, with a separate cottage on-site. Most rooms have a bathroom en suite, and buyouts are available. The inn is a 5-min. walk from about a dozen winery tasting rooms, and several more are just a short drive away, via Wine Country Road.
Alexandria Nicole Cellars Tiny Houses
158422 Sonova Road
Phone: (509) 832-3877
As seen on HGTV, the tiny houses at Alexandria Nicole Cellars' Destiny Ridge winery (with Alexandria Nicole Cellars' wines on tap) offer a cool glamping experience amid vineyards overlooking a quiet stretch of the Columbia River. Availability is limited. Consider joining Alexandria Nicole's wine club for priority in booking, among other benefits.
Best Western Plus--The Inn at Horse Heaven
259 Merlot Drive
Phone: (509) 786-7977
This dependable, budget-friendly Best Western sits in the heart of the Lower Valley’s wine-tasting scene, just a short walk from the Winemakers Loft and a freeway exit away from the Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center.
2018 Birchfield Road
Phone: (509) 452-1960
Set on a portion of what was once a 15,000-acre sheep farm, the B&B offers five rooms in the main house, originally built in 1905, along with five more rooms in the newer cottage.
Cherry Wood Horse Rescue and Barn
3271 Roza Drive
Phone: (509) 829-3500
Set among the orchards and vineyards of Rattlesnake Hills, Cherry Wood puts the giddyap in glamping by offering lodging in luxuriously appointed tepees and, for an extra fee, guided horseback tours and wagon rides to neighboring wineries. The owners operate as a nonprofit dedicated to saving abused and neglected horses.
Hilton Garden Inn
401 E. Yakima Ave.
Phone: (509) 454-1111
Steps away from the convention center in downtown Yakima, this recently refreshed 111-room hotel provides convenient access to nearby tasting rooms, brewpubs and restaurants. And recent upgrades to its on-site restaurant and bar, whose taps feature local craft brews, provide comforting reasons to stay on property a little longer. Save time for a facial or massage next door at Ummelina’s Yakima Valley Spa Retreat.
321 E. Yakima Ave.
Phone: (509) 571-1900
Within walking distance of downtown Yakima’s restaurants and tasting rooms, this 36-room boutique hotel (pictured above) is set inside Yakima's historic 6-story Freemasons' lodge and offers modern, tastefully appointed rooms. Fun fact: when completed in 1911, Yakima's Masonic lodge was the tallest building between Seattle and Spokane.
The Historic Mercer
716 Sixth St.
Phone: (206) 261-4490
Area pioneer Willis Mercer built the two-story building in downtown Prosser in 1906, and one of his great-granddaughters has modernized it without stripping away its historic charm. The suites are equipped with full kitchens, luxury mattresses and linens, and other modern comforts, including high-speed Wi-Fi and smart TVs.
The Inn at Desert Wind
2258 Wine Country Road
Phone: (509) 786-7277
Desert Wind Winery's Pueblo-inspired facility includes four luxury guest rooms, each offering a gas kiva fireplace, a balcony overlooking the Yakima river, a jetted tub, rain shower and more. Guests receive a complimentary bottle of Desert Wind wine and a hand-delivered wine country breakfast.
Vintage Valley Inn
911 Vintage Valley Pkwy.
Phone: (509) 829-3399
Another dependable spot, this former Comfort Inn provides comfort and value at the base of Rattlesnake Hills.
Wine Country RV Park
330 Merlot Dr.
Phone: (509) 786-5192
With its proximity to several Lower Yakima Valley tasting rooms, including about 12 within walking distance, you'd be hard pressed to find an RV park that offers better access to wineries. Its 126 sites range in size from 35 feet to 70 feet, and the park also offers two fully furnished RVs for rent and six tent sites. Its on-site amenities include a swimming pool and horseshoe pit, and its wine bar showcases local wines at happy hour.