|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
You'll love the vintage charm and character of this newly renovated cottage located 4 blocks from Whitman and Walla Walla Public Library, 5 blocks from downtown, shopping, restaurants, and events; 3 blocks to the YMCA. This lovely home that was totally remodeled in 2011 features:
• new kitchen and 2 bathrooms
• new appliances
• fully furnished house with everything you need for a comfortable stay
• free high-speed wireless Internet and cable on 42” HDTV
• new energy efficient heating/AC
• private fenced backyard with patio and barbecue
• plenty of street parking +2 stalls in alley access
• pet-friendly and child-friendly
• 5 SLEEP NUMBER beds with luxurious bedding & linens
For the ultimate in sleeping luxury and comfort, your mind and body will love our authentic SLEEP NUMBER beds:
• 1 King size SLEEP NUMBER bed
• 4 queen-size SLEEP NUMBER beds
If you’ve never tried a Sleep Number bed, you're in for a wonderful surprise as your body is suspended over air chambers that remove all pressure points for a deep, relaxing sleep.
• We are a non-smoking facility
The two full bathrooms are stocked with large, fluffy towels; blow dryers, shampoo, conditioner, soap, body scrubs and lotion.
For a fabulous ride in a 1930 stretch Durant limo, just call Dream Ride Charters at 509-337-9899 for a jaunt from Park Place to your favorite wedding, wineries, or wonders.
Park Place guests may enjoy a fine-dining experience at the Fat Duck Inn with prior reservations. Call Toll-Free 1 888 526 8718.
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
Call our Guest House Manager to reserve: 1 (509) 520 8975.
Keywords: cottage, Whitman, Pioneer Park, casa, house, guest, downtown
I grew up on a farm near Walla Walla and still live in the country. After college, I travelled around Europe almost 4 years. Between the 3 trips that I took there, I drove truck and combine in wheat harvest in the Walla Walla Valley to earn my college and travel money. Those were the good ole days when $1.25 an hour went a long way. In fact, twice I flew from Seattle to London for $100 one way.
With a degree in Spanish from the University of Washington (Seattle) and a teaching certificate, I taught school briefly. I found that I loved teaching, but students didn’t love learning. Then I married Bud, the love of my life (who died in 2009). After that, I went to Whitworth College (Spokane) for my Master’s Degree in Applied Behavioral Sciences (business consulting and counseling.)
Ten years later I started a computer training, database development, and repair business that my husband joined. We met lots of wonderful people who were so grateful when we got their computers or printers working again or taught them how to use a computer program. My mother was my first client…and I still help her occasionally when she gets stuck. She is 89!
In 2006, I got my real estate license and have worked hard to update, repair, stage, and sell every home since then. It is a very satisfying profession that takes a lot of hours to help a lot of great people. I especially enjoy listening to clients and helping them get to their next chapter in life.
Alexa Palmer purchased this cottage in 2011
As a realtor, I am passionate about updating, repairing, and staging homes because they sell faster for more money. At two real estate conferences that I attended in 2010, two speakers urged realtors to invest our IRA money into real estate within the IRA since we understand real estate and the market. I read the book, Leverage Your IRA, by Matt Allen, and decided I'd give it a try since the economic conditions for buying real estate are perfect: low interest rates, high inventory, a slow market, and owners eager to sell.
In January 2011, I bought a two-bedroom house near Whitman College and downtown Walla Walla. My contractors totally renovated the basement by adding three bedrooms, a bath, a utility room with a new washer and dryer, new windows, new heating and air-conditioning, and a breakfast nook with microwave, sink, mini-fridge, and table.
Now the house has five bedrooms, two baths, and is adorable!
Sipping hot chocolate or a delicious cup of coffee is a great way to wake up at Park Place. On Saturday mornings, take a walk downtown to the Farmers Market or check out other activities downtown. Every day of the week, there are lots of great places for a tasty lunch or pick up a carryout lunch and hike to one of the 30-some parks in Walla Walla.
During the afternoon, go shopping downtown, take a hike around Bennington Lake, or work out at the YMCA, which is just down the street to the north. For dinner, you'll find many delightful restaurants that will meet your discerning tastes. After dinner, relax on the patio, watch TV on the 42-in set in front of the fireplace, go to a movie, or take in the theater. Whatever your plans, you'll find Park Place to be the perfect home away from home.
What a wonderful space for our “family” getaway. This was our fifth Spring Release in Walla Walla and it just gets better every year. Park Place had comfy beds, a great table and seating area to gather, and a lovely backyard to enjoy the setting spring sun each day. Thanks!
Lovely, comfortable house for a weekend with friends.
What a great house for our recent weekend getaway with friends! We comfortably fit 10 people (and a dog) in the house. We loved grilling in the backyard, walking to nearby coffee shops, and getting cozy on the couches for late night talks. Would definitely recommend this beautiful home to others!
We are very happy with the choice to stay at the Park Place Guest House. My two sisters and husbands had
an annual get together. The wonderful back patio got put to good use. We were surprised to find such a well
equipped kitchen. There was even coffee! Alexa was very kind to allow us to enter a couple hours before the
usual check in time. This house is definitely on our radar for our next stay in Walla Walla.
The house was perfect for us. Great kitchen well stocked, lots of bedrooms, outstanding back patio, etc. The walk into town was not too long (probably 15- 20 minutes to the core of everything).
Overall we would highly recommend the place.
We had a party of 9 - the bedrooms are great! The patio area is great! Walking distance to downtown - great!
Living room, kitchen, and dining are a tight squeeze for 9, but it's workable.
We had an amazing time celebrating a 60th bday and a 45th anniversary. A memorable time spent tasting all the fine wines in Walla Walla.
(We even had a problem with one of our sleep # beds and the owner herself came out to try and remedy - as it turned out, the controllers got mixed up! Very funny story!!!)
This house was perfect for our big group to have a home base for exploring Walla Walla wine country. It was comfortable, clean and the back yard was particularly great for hanging out in the mornings. The shopping service was a great service for us to use so that we didn't have to shop after our late arrival. We highly recommend this house!
Aside from being chosen recently as the Friendliest Small Town in America, Walla Walla has also won many other awards, including 100 Best Small Art Towns in America, Great American Main Street Award, The West's Best Places to Live, Distinctive Destination Award, Tree City USA Award, Preserve America Presidential Award, Wine Destination of the Year Award, one of five Best Retirement Cities, and 20 Best Small Towns, among others. So that means there are many wonderful places to venture, including walking downtown, as well as driving, walking, or bicycling in the countryside. Wherever you go, it will be a fun adventure in Walla Walla!
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Cleaning Fee||$125 + Tax|
|Pet Fee||$25 + Tax|
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