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The Inn at Blackberry Creek, a Bed and Breakfast nestled in Washington Wine Country with its rolling lawns, tall shade trees, and spring fed stream invites you to be our guest. Experience the best of both worlds by at once relaxing in a quiet country setting, while enjoying close proximity to historic parks, quaint shops which line downtown Walla Walla streets, and award winning Walla Walla Wineries, 70 wineries are within a 5 mile radius of the Inn.
Once a Victorian Farmhouse built in 1906 the Inn has been carefully restored to its original beauty. Each of the three spacious rooms includes private baths and king sized beds with comforters amid decorative antique furnishings. We have also added a few modern conveniences by equipping each room with flat screen TV, DVD/VCR, telephone, amenities tray and mini refrigerators stocked with soda and water for your enjoyment.
Morning at the Inn at Blackberry Creek begins with the smell of fresh baked pastries. Fresh ground coffee is always available and a hearty breakfast served menu style is served from 8am to 10am (arranged with Innkeeper). Breakfast in your room or on the patio (weather permitting) is also an option. Special diets will be accommodated as much as possible. The pantry is always open, and beckons you to indulge in fresh baked cookies and a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate. While we do not serve alcohol on the premises, we are happy to provide a corkscrew and glasses if you wish to enjoy your own.
The Inn at Blackberry Creek invites you to feel at home by providing ample space to enjoy. Whether you enjoy an afternoon cup of tea in the dining room, or stretch out in the parlor, our wish is for you be be comfortable. You may also visit the upstairs alcove, a sun-lit space with stunning views. Take time to enjoy a good book, read the local paper, or browse through our collection of books on the local history of Walla Walla. This area also hosts a table, cards and a variety of games to entertain you.A natural spring forms a creek just behind the Inn, which plays home to a number of animals. It is not uncommon to sit on the patio and spot pheasant, quail, raccoons, owls, rabbits, squirrels, gold finches or blue jays. Whether you want to explore the creek area, pick wild blackberries in season or bird watch, The Inn at Blackberry Creek provides a quiet retreat for you to relax. The Inn is within short walking distance to historic Pioneer Park, which is a beautiful walk any time of year. Or you can hop on a bicycle (available upon request) and ride to Whitman College in about seven minutes, or continue on to downtown. Avid cyclists may choose to follow the trails around town, or take a long ride to the base of the Blue Mountains. Take a day and visit sites such as Fort Walla Walla Museum, Whitman Mission, Carnegie Art Center, or one of the Valleys award-winning wineries.
How to Find Us
Directions from Highway 12:
- Take the Clinton Street exit going south
- Follow Clinton Street to the second stop light which is Alder and turn left
- Follow Alder for approx. 8 blocks and turn right on Bridge Street
- Continue to the end of Bridge Street
- You will be in front of the Bed and Breakfast
- Jog right and enter the driveway
- The best parking is in the back
Directions from 125:
Turn right on Poplar, follow Poplar, it will have a gentle left curve and turn into Alder Street, continue to follow Alder past Pioneer Park approx. 4 blocks and turn right on Bridge Street, continue to the end of Bridge Street. You will be in front of the Bed and Breakfast, jog right and enter the driveway, the best parking is in the back.
The best parking is in back of the building, enter thru the opening in the white fence and follow the sidewalk to the right to the side porch. If arriving during normal check-in times (4 pm to 6 pm) you will check-in at the office. This is also the location where we leave self check-in information. Prior arrangements should be made by calling for late check-in.