The Bunk House is a lovely cottage that once housed the farm's hired hands. This cabin building is perfect for an intimate, romantic stay with its finishes evoking the 1940s with its robin's egg blue kitchen cabinets and tiled floors throughout. You can enjoy evenings on your semi-private outdoor patio that overlooks the Estate Viognier vineyards before going to sleep in your comfortable queen-size bed. The bathroom, featuring a glazed antique door that was salvaged from the old D'Acres hotel, offering an elegant clawfoot tub and a shower combination.
Features in the bunkhouse small cottage home include one queen bed in a private bedroom, a kitchen with a small electric stove and refrigerator, tiled bathroom with an antique clawfoot tub and shower and a private patio off the bedroom with views of the Estate Viognier vineyard and a semi-private front porch. The small cottage home also has a separate living room. The cabin building accommodates two guests, 432 square feet of space with rates that start from $359 per night, plus tax. All stays at The Inn at Abeja include a complimentary gourmet breakfast each morning served in the Small Barn and a complimentary wine tasting experience at Abeja’s Tasting Room. All accommodations also include Wi-Fi, air conditioning, an iron and ironing board and hair dryer.
The Inn at Abeja is a unique vacation idea that is located on a century-old farmstead in the breathtaking foothills of the Blue Mountains, just four miles east of Walla Walla, Washington. All of the original farm cabin buildings have been beautifully restored with an emphasis on both craftsmanship and longevity. The accommodations make creative use of salvaged building materials that add interest and help to set the stage for renewed purpose in these old cabin buildings, which now house the winery and guests. The thirty-eight-acre property is home to estate vineyards, gardens, creeks, wildlife, and stunning views providing everything that you need to explore and relax. You can take a bike ride or walk and explore the rolling hills of the area.
The Gardens of Abeja are beautiful. The Breakfast Garden, in particular, was designed with breakfast in mind. Rather than a traditional vegetable garden, the Breakfast Garden features fruit, herbs and flowers all for use at the breakfast table. The gourmet breakfast, complimentary each morning for all guests at The Inn at Abeja, begins with a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice and baked goods that feature local, seasonal produce. Guests at the Inn are welcome to walk the paths of the garden and enjoy the sights and smells year-round. Many guests of the Inn at Abeja will start their day by enjoying their breakfast on the patio that overlooks the garden, and later in the day, you can enjoy a glass of wine. The team at Abeja loves to visit the plants and may share starts and seeds with guests who love to garden. Other gardens on the property continue to evolve with the help of longtime friend and landscape designer, Eric Sorenson.
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