1319 Bergevin Springs Road, Walla Walla County, Washington, United States
11.9km from Walla Walla Regional Airport
"I am reluctant to write a glowing review because I would hate for crowds to ruin this very nice resort in Walla Walla but it is a jewel. We stayed recently, it was off season and very quiet. First, the restaurant is outstanding! One of the best meals we have ever had. We had the Tomahawk steak with the 3 other delicious courses & wine pairings. For the quality of the food & wine, it is a good value. If this isn’t enough....they brought additional courses...a tasting appetizer, cheese tray & additional dessert! So over the top! The room was spacious and comfortable, with the best hotel towels I have ever used. My husband was having trouble streaming a game on tv and the front desk gal spent 15 minutes helping him get it on his iPad. Above the call of duty. I read a negative comment about their “lake”. It is not an irrigation pond. I would describe it as a pond that enhances the look of the resort. It was cool and windy when we were there but it would be nice to be able to take advantage of their outdoor seating areas. We have stayed at the Marc Whitman and also the Walla Walla Courtyard but this resort is head and shoulders above either of these. The resort is about 10 minutes outside downtown, so you are very close to wineries and restaurants but can enjoy the rural atmosphere."
"The restaurant is part of this resort, but doesn't seem to have a separate listed...so... As with all things food in Walla Walla, the wine crowd demands locally sourced and imaginative meals. Eritage doesn't disappoint. I had a luscious roast pork loin with a sauce and grilled stone fruit accompanied by sautéed greens and grits. It was sublime. We also had the bread and cheese platter, which was delicious but a bit short on the bread given that there were four of us and a generous amount of cheeses & pate. My husband, however, reported that his salmon was not quite cooked through and he felt something green would have completed the entree side dishes. We were able to bring wine from a family member's collected in and paid the corkage fee...local wine using local grapes. Local is always interesting and Walla Walla is offering wines from more than 130 wineries these days!!! You should be able to find something you like. Anyway, the staff was very welcoming and the chef paid a visit to our table, which is always an honor. You'll have to drive about 10 minutes out of town to get to Eritage, but it's a nice meal. (Expect to pay city prices, but they've made the effort on the food.)"
"Wow! Our family of four dined at Eritage, a new wine country resort north of town. An elegant, cozy atmosphere with warm, attentive service— and perhaps the best culinary experience in the region. Can’t say enough about Chef Brian Price and the Eritage team — highly recommended to anyone looking for superb dining in Walla Walla!! "