Take in this historic and laid-back Washington wine region.
Washington’s premier wine destination is polished—with cafés and galleries clustered in a historic downtown—but not pretentious. Its Native American-derived name means “many waters,” but today wine is the only liquid that flows abundantly in this dry landscape. Sip cabernet sauvignon and merlot on half- or full-day vineyard-hopping tours.
Inn at Abeja
The light-filled country-chic cottages at this farmstead have full kitchens and are secluded by 35 acres of gardens.
Woodward Canyon Winery
Almost everyone starts the winery crawl at this winery, known for its cabernet sauvignon, merlot, and chardonnay.
This charming aviary has more than 200 exotic birds.
Sophisticated cooking (house-made tagliatelle with mushrooms and Oregon black truffles) shines in a swanky open space with exposed brick and beams.
Cameo Heights Mansion
The boldly decorated suites range from the crisp white linens and dark woods to opulence and all-red walls.