HORSEBACK WINERY TOURS, SPECIAL EVENTS, PRIVATE RETREATS AND POSH TEEPEES IN EASTERN WASHINGTON'S WINE COUNTRY Take the buckaroo culture of the great Northwest and place it on the same latitude as the great Boudreaux and Burgundy regions of France and you not only get outstanding wines, you get a real western adventure. Yippee Kayee, Sipping all the Way! Mount up on one of our seasoned horses for a guided trail ride through the vineyards to nearby wineries. Then bed down in one of our posh Teepees and turn roughing it into a luxurious and romantic experience. Our teepees glow with warmth at night, but offer complete privacy for intimate getaways. All have a gorgeous view of the valley farmlands and majestic snow covered Mt. Adams in the distance. Please check out our Special Event page. Private Retreats - Book our full facility for a customized experience designed to fit the needs of your group or organization. HORSEBACK WINERY TOURS Tours a two person minimum (Note: cost for tour is separate from the overnight rate) We even have cowboy boots for you to use, so you can really look the part. Wine rides do not require you stay overnight at Cherry Wood. Teepees are available April thru early October Horse facilities & Dog accommodations by arrangement only We are a real working farm with animals
5 on July 26, 2013
It was a beautiful evening and morning, around 100 degrees at the height of the day, but the experience was incredibly awesome. The tubs at twilight and in the morning were a highlight! Pepper and her staff have created a beautiful, clean and amazing experience for glamping it. Love this place and will be back!
4.6 on April 26, 2013
Pepper has thought of everything, including a little s'mores kit for the firepit and potpourri in the outhouse (you won't even mind that it's a Honeybucket, I swear). The bed was super-comfortable, breakfast was fabulous, and I loved taking a luxurious hot shower under the stars (no worries: total privacy). My family LOVED staying here. It is a bit pricey ($245 for two, plus $50 each additional), but so worth it. We'll be back for sure.
5 on June 21, 2012
My husband and I stayed at Cherrywood and loved the comfortable teepees. My favorite was spending time with the horses watching her niece and wrangler bring them up the hill to tack up for our ride. After all, these horses are all rescues in which Pepper has brought to her farm. Pepper is literally a lifesafter for these horses and everyone of them is a gem. They are quiet and fun to ride. We enjoyed our stay and plan to go back soon, The view is beautiful on a clear day of the orchards and Mount Adams.
5 on June 04, 2012
This place is so wonderful! It is truly the most unique and comfortable lodging in Eastern WA. The owners are super cool and the breakfast was superb! We will definitely be back! So happy to have discovered this gem! :-)
5 on August 11, 2011
My husband and I truely enjoyed the experience. The horseback winery tour was wonderful and everyone was very friendly. We stayed one night in the teepee which was very comfortable and fun. Delicious breakfast served outside ~ Pepper and crew are delightful. We had an awesome time.
4.4 on September 07, 2010
A friend and I spent a couple of days in Zillah to visit wineries and stayed at Cherrywood. It was a fun and amazing experience to sleep in the teepees and shower under the open sky. The included breakfast was out of this world. I would definitely recommend this to anyone heading in that direction.
5 on June 13, 2010
The Tepee's were more then we expected, very comfortable. Pepper and her family and wranglers are so welcoming. We took the horseback ride and spent one night. What a peaceful, wonderful experience we all had, I would recommend this to everyone. We do plan to go back. Such a delightful place and a great experience. Pepper is an excellent host and chef. Everyone there was pretty special.
5 on August 05, 2009
I don't know how I stumbled across this place online but I am so happy I did! My boyfriend and I recently stayed one night (not long enough) in one of the very cool teepees and braved the horseback wine tour in the unseasonably hot sun. The owner, Pepper is friendly, sincere, and takes great care of her guests. Not to mention an amazing chef. If you are looking for a one of a kind getaway that none of your friends are talking about yet, this is the place to go.
5 on May 21, 2009
Where to start?! Pepper and her family are so warm and hospitable! From our horse back wine tour to our private table set up for the next morning's breakfast- every detail was thought of! Even sprigs of rosemary and fresh flowers adorned our table. We ended up chatting with Pepper and her family for a bit in their living room before we made our departure... my husband even grabbed a few more fresh donuts out of the fryer, courtesy of Pepper's daughter. We can't wait to go back- it's not often you can sleep IN a teepee!!! Thanks again for a great time!
5 on July 08, 2008
What a perfect place to stay. You cannot go anywhere and meet anyone as special as Pepper; she treated us like family. We stayed in the teepees, which are just as comfortable as any room and perfectly decorated. How can you better enjoy the beautiful wine country than on horseback, and a great picnic lunch to boot - what fun. Breakfast was outstanding as was the entire exprience. I can't wait to visit again. Thanks Pepper!
Countryside, Wine country
Pasco, WA (PSC-Tri-Cities)
From Yakima take Interstate 82 going south east. Approximately 18 miles, take exit 52 toward Zillah. Go to 5th and turn left. Cross Old Valley Hwy. Continue up Roza Dr. Turn right at Gilbert on to gravel drive, follow lane to the Teepees on the hill. Welcome!
Antique Shopping, Casino, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Over a dozen nearby Wineries, Horseback riding, Vineyards everywhere, Fruit orchards, Quant small-town atmosphere, Friendly people, Picnic area, River, Rodeo, Tours, Winery
Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Conference Rooms, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Outdoor grilling, Wi-Fi
Bicycles, Bird watching, Horseback riding, Horseback to Wineries, Horsemanship Clinics, Dog Walk Get-togethers, Walk the Wineries, Cherry Wood Special Events, Private Retreats
Dogs , around a dozen horses
**** NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Picked Cherry Wood! **** Out of thousands of possible destinations in the Central Cascades we were chosen for National Geographic’s new GEOTOURISM MAPGUIDE. We were also selected for Sunset Magazine's #1 Top Pick in their "Wild About Wine: 10 Irresistible Mini Escapes" feature article. Then see "Wine Country Getaways" in Seattle Magazine, including the cover shot. See our website for these examples and more. .
Restricted Diet meal, available on request
different every day!
. Full breakfast is included with all stays. In addition to all things wine and equine, Trail Boss Pepper Fewel has a passion for cooking. Swedish pancakes with lingonberry butter, spicy herbed eggs, homemade donut holes and stuffed crepes with cherry sauce, are but a few of her breakfast offerings. "I've been able to combine all the things I love," says Fewel. "Good horses, fine wines, great food, interesting people. What can be more fun than that?" Your menu will depend on the season. Expect fresh Yakima Valley asparagus, strawberries or Walla Walla sweets in the spring. Local cherries and watermelon in the summer and in the fall you can always count on Cherry Wood's own apples and pears. .