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What We Love

  • A location with extraordinary natural beauty and drama
  • Smartly designed rooms ranging from free-standing Cliffehouses to desert yurts
  • Cruiser bikes available for exploring the vineyards and surrounding area

What To Know

  • Pets are allowed, but a pet fee of $30 applies
  • The property is closed during winter
  • Turndown service is provided only on request

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Eco-Friendly
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

A stylish, intimate inn with dramatic clifftop views over the Columbia River Gorge

The Lowdown

Cave B Estate began life as a winery in an area chosen for its similarity to the great wine-growing regions of France, as well as for its dramatic location and views over The Columbia River Gorge. Since then it’s grown into a full-service resort with 55 guestrooms, including 15 stand-alone Cliffehouses with terraces and fireplaces, 12 Cavern Rooms, and 25 environmentally sensitive desert yurts with private bathrooms. The Tendrils Restaurant serves local, market-driven fare, including produce and herbs from the resort’s own kitchen garden, and the winery offers tastings and classes. The spa also focuses on local elements, such as basalt stones, grape seeds, and lavender.

In the Area

The owners chose their location for its splendid isolation, and the property is in a rural setting, a several hour drive from Seattle. The dramatic clifftop outdoor pool has has stunning nature views over The Columbia River Gorge, and guests can immerse themselves in the great outdoors on one of the resort’s cruiser bikes or hiking trails. Right next door is the Gorge Amphitheatre, a 20,000-seat venue that has hosted the likes of Bob Dylan and Rod Stewart, and where Dave Matthews does a short residency every Labor Day weekend.

How to Get There

Cave B Inn
344 Silica Rd NW
Quincy, WA 98848 United States

Reviews

Wonderful staff, Beautiful location
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My husband and I were really impressed by the staff - they really put their guests needs first. The location is also unbeatable and the winery was a delight. The whole experience was great - we highly recommend.

Price disconnect
T9103SStomc

I’m conflicted. And it’s largely because of the stunning beauty of the area. How do I rate this place? My wife and I were at Cave B recently to celebrate our anniversary. Originally we were going to stay-cation, but my better half wanted some pool time and warm weather. I researched Cave B, but the $600/night pricing (included a spa credit and food credit....each for $100) was not in our budget for the weekend. We elected to stay in Wenatchee for a night and do a single night at Cave B. Arriving at the property is quite spectacular, as the beauty is undeniable. For us, it went downhill from there. I’m not going to replay our experience play by play, largely because there are many well-written reviews in this thread that have already more or less described our experience. That said the point I do want to punctuate is this: you can have a good time here (we did). You will be in awe of the beauty. I didn’t find any of the staff uncaring or incompetent. But, if you’re looking for a 5-star experience to match the 5-star pricing, you are going to be very, VERY disappointed.

More Than We Could Have Asked For
Firefighter509

When we were looking for a place to accommodate a last minute reservation for 10 firefighters for the night, no one seemed to be able to do it. But Cave B went above and beyond to provide us lodging. The staff here was friendly, welcoming and genuinely supportive.

We haven’t stopped talking about it and we are forever thankful. -Wildland Firefighters