Combining remarkable craftsmanship and salvaged materials, original outbuildings on the 35-acre property have been renovated into private, spacious, and beautiful accommodations providing everything necessary for guests to relax, explore, and return home rejuvenated. Grand yet comfortable, each cottage and suite is richly appointed with eclectic furnishings and antiques, where every detail has been given careful attention. The winery of the same name is known for its highly regarded, limited production Cabernet Sauvignon. Located in the base of the Blue Mountains only ten minutes from historic Downtown Walla Walla, this is the perfect setting for creating the most memorable o experiences.
5 on May 16, 2016
My husband and I stayed in the Locust Suite during our 4 day stay at the Inn at Abeja. It was everything we dreamed. The decorating was impeccable and attention was given to every detail, from the delicious coffee in the room to the yummy smelling toiletries provided for our convenience. We found the fireplace cozy on a rainy day, the breakfasts gourmet, the atmosphere peaceful, and the staff attentive and friendly. We loved our stay and have recommended the Inn to our friends and relatives. We are already looking forward to our next visit! The Inn at Abeja receives our highest recommendation!
5 on April 21, 2016
Our stay at The Inn at Abeja couldn't have been more perfect. The weather was awesome this past weekend especially for April. The Bunk House was immaculate and charming in all the details, with a lovely double bed for a romantic get-away. We loved the lilac bushes in blook next to the driveway and the Bunk House too, the air was filled with the fragrant blooms and bees happily finding the pollen. The breakfasts were prepared with loving attention to finest detail down to the fresh squeezed orange juice. We enjoyed a tasty aripas with poached egg and pork with avacado sauce that was incredible in flavor and presentation on our first morning, starting off with a rhubarb-strawberry crisp to get the taste buds jumping for joy. Fresh rhubarb from their garden which you can walk through during your stay. The second day our breakfast was a baked egg with a little cheese, and lemon soufflee pancakes with wild Maine blueberry sauce and bacon. Delightful! The wine tasting was the highlight to get a taste of the wines available, and we left with a case and half for future enjoyment. We will be returning to this gem of a place for more unplugged time. We loved reading our books in the spring warm sun, our feet in the long green grass next to the little creek. It was so peaceful and quiet we really noticed how good it felt. Mary and Katie were quite charming and treated us very well. We look forward to visiting again soon.
5 on April 20, 2016
This is a wonderful place The staff is fantastic The breakfast is outstanding I highly recommend the Abeja Inn Thank you Mary and staff
5 on April 11, 2016
My husband and I stayed in the Edison cottage. It was a beautiful room with lovely furnishings, tile floor, and a gorgeous view over the creek. It was very secluded and private. The staff was wonderful, the grounds and gardens immaculate, and the breakfasts were delicious. We had a private wine tasting of the Abeja wines, which was also very fun. It is such a beautiful, relaxing place, with absolutely the friendliest staff and lovingly cared for buildings. The Inn at Abeja does everything right - a first rate place. We will definitely be back!
5 on April 04, 2016
The grounds were impeccable and though we normally spend our time out and about, we decided to really enjoy the property. Breakfast was unbeatable - beautifully prepared, and graciously served. The room (Bunk House) was adorable, well-appointed, and felt like home (maybe better!). Would definitely return.
5 on April 01, 2016
The grounds were immaculate and the innkeeper was extremely accommodating- we were greeted with an amazing glass of wine when we arrived and had a beautiful cheese platter ready for us in our room! They also made sure we had breakfast available to us as we had to leave very early the next day! Definitely will go back!
5 on March 22, 2016
Marvelous visit. Quiet, scenic location. Great for relaxing and enjoying the area. One example of the special attention to each room is the heated bathroom floor tile in the Chicken Coop!. Clean facilities. Amazing breakfasts.
5 on December 01, 2015
The one night stay in the Bunk House was not enough. It was a cold and blustery day and we welcomed the cozy and warm environment of the stand alone Bunk House. We were greeted immediately with wine and a friendly smile. Breakfast the next morning was outstanding, and after a nice chat with staff we walked the lovely grounds. The experience was relaxing, and one which we look forward to again.
4.8 on November 11, 2015
We were so pleased with our stay at Abeja that we booked again for next year. The property is so lovely without being pretentious. The food completely knocked out socks off!! (And we are card-carrying foodies). The staff and owners were welcoming and more than pleasant, they were so fun to hang out with!! Please let me say how impressed we were with how much respect and honor is shown the staff, the laborers, and the families that make that place run, as well as the environment! Thank you for that bit of humanity!!!
5 on November 10, 2015
The Inn was a great choice for a quick get away for my wife and myself to enjoy fall release week in Walla Walla. From our arrival at the beautiful gated entry, through check in with Liz, wine tasting with Katie and Theresa,, and Mary getting us settled into our lovely cottage called the "Bunk House", everything, and everyone was wonderful! Thank you!
This cozy, charming little cottage once housed the farm's hired hand. Today you enter through a trellis of meandering clematis vines. The kitchen will remind you of the Forties with its robin's-egg blue cabinets, quaint electric stove, and hand-tiled counters. The adjoining living area is furnished with over-stuffed furniture. Through a glazed antique door you will find an elegantly tiled bath with an antique claw-foot tub and shower combination. A private brick patio, which can be discovered just outside the bedroom door, peeks out into the vineyard. Romantic and perfect for two.
Nightly Rate: $295 - $295
With its outstanding patio view to Titus Creek and large picture windows, it is hard to believe this charming cottage really was a former chicken coop. A cupola and plentiful windows saturate this cottage with soft abundant light. Beautiful recycled hardwood floors are featured throughout. The modest kitchen has a small stove and convection oven. On summer days, the best spot for sharing a glass of wine is your own stone patio and on cooler evenings, a petite gas fireplace in the living area will invite you. The jewel-like bathroom has a heated tile floor and shower for two.
Nightly Rate: $350 - $350
This two bedroom, two bath suite provides a beautiful living area with kitchen and offers each couple complete privacy. Airy and spacious, the ground level has a garden feel, an abundance of light, and opens to a patio perfect for watching the sunset. In the evening, one couple will climb the stairs to their treetop room. The adjoining sky-lit bathroom features a luxurious, tiled shower. The other couple will tuck away in the richly appointed harness room. Through double doors they will find a claw-foot tub and rain shower in their European styled bath finished with beautiful Venetian plaster.
Nightly Rate: $595 - $595
This loft-style cottage blends a rustic lodge with sleek retro furnishings. Venetian plaster is the elegant finishing touch. A tiny, sweet gas fireplace warms the room, and the heated basalt floor throughout is kind to bare feet. Open and airy, it sits up half a story, where the branches of the trees feel within reach. A stunning ensemble of antique wood windows extends two stories. The tiled bathroom offers an over-sized double shower. During the day, you may never want to leave your patio, where laziness is encouraged and you might catch a glimpse of a doe with her fawns.
Nightly Rate: $350 - $350
This two-story cottage will take you back to lazy summer days and a time when preserving the bounty of the farm was a family endeavor. Now, cook for fun if you choose and take in the views through antique beveled glass picture windows. The upstairs bedroom overlooks our estate Syrah vineyard and the Blue Mountains to the east. Its tiny veranda offers a perfect vantage point, where you just might be tempted to hold hands and view the stars. The pretty, sky-lit bathroom is beautifully tiled and has a claw-foot tub and shower combination.
Nightly Rate: $350 - $350
This suite is named for the fragrant trees that grow near the front door providing mottled shade in the summer. Slate floors, oriental carpets, and mahogany bar contribute to the grand atmosphere. Curl up on the oversized leather sofa and light the gas fireplace on a cool morning. The main living area retains original paneling that documents the repair history of the farm implements, and a 1914 trapper's canoe defines the space in a surprising way. A corner kitchen includes all you need to make dinner for two. The soaring, tiled shower is spacious for even our tallest guests.
Nightly Rate: $350 - $350
This space was once filled with hay to feed the gentle milk cows that lived below. Now it has been transformed into a spacious, luxurious, one-bedroom, two-bath suite with some of the most fantastic views on the property. A surprise second sleeping area features a queen-sized Murphy bed and the main living area has a butler's pantry with sink, fridge, and bar. The heart of the entire space opens onto a long deck. Venetian plaster and radiant heat floors are found throughout and on brisk evenings, a pretty gas stove will take away the chill.
Nightly Rate: $495 - $495
Pasco, WA (PSC-Tri-Cities)
From Seattle, Washington (273 miles, Approx. travel time is 4.5 to 5 hrs.) Take “I-90” east toward Spokane. Take Exit #110 “I 82 East” following signs to Yakima. Take Exit #102 “182/12 East” toward Richland/Pasco. Travel through the Tri-Cities following signs for Walla Walla. Just past Boise Cascade (on your right) cross one more bridge and bend left to a stop. Turn left onto “Highway 12” and travel 30 miles east to Walla Walla. When you reach Walla Walla, travel to east side of the city and take the “Port of Walla Walla/Airport exit.” It is the first exit past Wilbur Avenue. At the end of the off ramp, turn right onto “Airport Road.” At the first signal turn left onto “Isaacs.” From this intersection you will travel 2.8 miles to our driveway. At 2.4 miles you will come to a “Y.” Five Mile Road travels right. Stay left continuing on Mill Creek Road. Our driveway will be on the right four tenths of a mile past the “Y.” It is marked by a stone entrance and two lines of burgundy colored maple trees. Parking is on your right past the end of the stone wall.
BBQ grill, Copier, Fax Machine, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Golfing, Hiking trails, Wine Tasting, Shopping, Sight-seeing