Construction on Walla Walla’s Eritage Resort nears completion
The opening date for a 300-acre destination resort near Walla Walla featuring suites, villas and a high-end restaurant is expected to be this summer.
Eritage Resort, at 1319 Bergevin Springs Road, is a 10-minute drive north of Walla Walla.
The two-story timber-framed building is 13,000 square feet and has 10 individual suites, an elevator, restaurant, dining room, living room with fireplace, bar area, courtyard with a fire pit, pool and 1,400-square-foot poolhouse.
The bed and breakfast resort features a 44-person restaurant that’s open to the public.
Hotel rooms will range from $300 to $400 a night.
The expanding wine culture in the Tri-City area brings a larger focus to Southeast Washington, and Eritage offers an easy destination for special events, company retreats, dinner and vacations for Tri-Citians, Eritage officials say.
Bruce Thompson of American Lending Center in Long Beach, California, is building the resort.
Overseeing the project is Justin Door, president of Scout Lake Construction Inc. of Selah.
Scout Lake is building the resort, manmade lake and roads and did all earthwork and underground utilities.
Boxwood of Seattle is the architect.