Vacation Rentals in Walla Walla
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Vacation Rentals in Walla Walla
Are you considering a trip to Walla Walla? Great destination; they even named it twice! There's something for everyone in this tiny slice of paradise, from beautiful hiking trails to world-class wineries. As you plan your trip, check out our cozy vacation rentals located in different parts of the town. From the heart of the city, where you can experience the town's vibe, to a quieter and serene environment, it is upon you to select your favorite location. Access different attractions in the city easily from our strategically placed rentals and make the best out of your trip!Vacation rentals for everyone
Walla Walla is a perfect travel destination for anyone. Children, holidaymakers, adventure travelers, whatever category you fall under, there's something for everyone. For this reason, we have vacation rentals designed to serve different traveler needs. Those that want to travel as a group or family can find the spacious child and pet-friendly apartments and smaller rentals for fewer travelers. You also get to enjoy amenities of your choice on the property, such as a pool, garden, TV internet connection, air conditioning, and yard.
Vacations in Walla Walla
The area and getting around
When you think of Walla Walla, think sunny vineyard-covered hills, sights of the Blue Mountains, and a historic downtown district filled with stores, cafés, and bustling patios. It is located at the heart of the Walla Walla Valley, home to over 100 wineries and a perfect gastronomy scene, making it a foodie's ultimate spot. Besides being the best wine destination in the state, Walla Walla has a rich history, museums, public art, a lively downtown with historic architecture, and fine dining options. You could also visit different parks in the town like Hood Park, Rooks Park and Fish Hook Park for birding. Do yourself a favor, book a rental, explore these attractions, and more!Walla Walla's Culinary flair
You have not explored your destination in totality until you indulge in the food. The gourmet scene is superb, perfectly coupled with the award-winning Walla Walla wines. You'll find everything here, from food carts to farm-to-table eateries and international cuisine. Enjoy a hearty breakfast, fit for a king, at Maple Counter Café and some authentic Greek Cuisine at Yamas Greek Eatery or Mexican Cuisine At AK's Mercado for dinner. Enjoy the Food Truck Series and Thursday Night Lights Concert at Eternal Wines and sample different mouthwatering dishes.
Travelers and outdoor activities
There is a wide range of activities to keep you active while vacationing in Walla Walla. You could go bird watching in the parks, or visit one of the golf courses, for example, Wine Valley Golf Course or Canyon Lakes Golf Course, for a day of golfing. You could also go hiking in one of the nature trails around town like Sacagawea Heritage Trail and McNary Wildlife Refuge, thanks to the picture-perfect terrain of Washington, particularly in the Walla Walla area. There are bicycle trails like Mill Creek and Kooskooskie Ride where you could go biking or spend the day boating, waterskiing, or fishing with a local fish guide.Walla Walla for History and Arts Fanatics
Walla Walla is a town rich in history, and History buffs should not miss out on visiting some of the magnificent museums here. Visit the Franklin County Historical Museum for a broad summary of Washington's beginnings. This museum proudly shows a diverse collection of exhibits and artifacts dating back many years. You could also visit Fort Walla Walla and learn the stories of the area's beginnings from all the artifacts and displays. Whitman Mission National Historic Site and The Museum of Unnatural History are other great options. For the artsy people, you must catch a local theater here, Gesa Power House Theater or The Little Theater of Walla Walla.
Did you know that the name "Walla Walla" was derived from a Sahaptin Native American term that means "place of many waters?"
Top 5 travel tips for Walla Walla
The Fort Walla Walla Museum houses various exhibits and artifacts that tell amazing stories about the region's past.2. Seven Hills Winery
Visit Seven Hills Winery and taste some of Walla Walla's finest wine.3. Downtown Walla Walla
The picturesque, tree-lined downtown center of Walla Walla dates from the 1800s and has been lovingly preserved over the years.4. Blue Mountain Lavender Farm
Guests can stroll across the fields, which are best experienced from early June to mid-July as they transform from green to purple and take in the lovely views of the valley and mountains.5. Enjoy a hot air balloon ride
View the Columbia River, the Blue Mountains, rolling fields, and even parts of Oregon from a bird's eye view.