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Cave B Inn & Spa Resort

344 Silica Rd NW, Quincy, WA 98848-9468
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#1 of 3 hotels in Quincy
Cave B Inn & Spa Resort offers breathtaking views of our own estate vineyards, the Columbia River and the state's most dramatic gorge location. Cave B Resort offers 55 guestrooms, including 15 stand-alone Cliffehouses, 12 Cavern Rooms, three Inn Suites, and 25 Desert Yurts, as well as Tendrils Restaurant, The Spa at Cave B, award-winning Cave B Estate Winery, and a dramatic cliffside outdoor swimming pool. Come for a weekend, a true Washington State vacation, for a romantic getaway, or for a concert next door at the Gorge Amphitheater. Experience outdoor adventure, one of the few estate wineries in Washington State, and a landscape like no other at one of the Northwest's finest resorts.
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Christa G wrote a review Nov 16
Pasco, Washington3 contributions
Had a reservation at 530. Place is extremely scenic n picturesque! Wish we would of got there earlier to enjoy the views more. We were greeted warmly n seated right away. Our waiter was gracious, polite, and very attentive without being overbearing.he was exceptional. Our meals were wonderful. Husband had tenderloin n it was divine. I had a scallops and risotto dish which I loved. The only negative thing about was the risotto was a little greasy but overall a tasty dish. Wine was great! We were there On Sunday Nov 15, the day a state shutdown was announced again. Want to go back soon!
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Date of stay: November 2020
Buffman51 wrote a review Oct 2020
Ephrata, Washington87 contributions27 helpful votes
We arrived yesterday afternoon 10-12-20 for our stay. We have been to this location several times over the past 20 yrs. This time we stayed in the cave room #17. We have always had the best service and experience. While walking back after parking our car I noticed a very heavy sewer smell coming from the vineyard which I found strange due to we have stayed before and not had this experience. We decided to walk to dinner a couple hours later and the sewer smell was worse. So this morning getting ready to leave I noticed one of the septic tanks purging raw sewage and it was flowing down the road into a drain that was releasing down the hill towards the river. Not sure how long this had been going on. I did notify the resort. Seems to me they would have an alarm notification for this type of issue and not have a customer notify them. I love this place and have many great memories here. I hope they make the proper corrections moving forward. We will be back again.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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seattlesez wrote a review Oct 2020
Seattle, Washington383 contributions142 helpful votes
Tentative first trip during the pandemic... staying fairly close to home. It's an easy 2.5 hours from Seattle with mountains, desert and basalt rock formations. The Yurts are surprisingly large, giving the sensation of a suite. The floor is concrete and otherwise it's a tent with door, windows and oculus like the one in the Parthenon. I would gladly return. Dinner was excellent and we were outside even in October. This has to be the top restaurant between Seattle and Minneapolis. Very fine wine list at reasonable prices.
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Date of stay: October 2020
Room Tip: The Yurts are a pleasant and private alternative to a hotel
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PDX-to-CDG wrote a review Oct 2020
Oregon318 contributions68 helpful votes
I had been wanting to stay at Cave B for many years but the drive (4 hours from Portland) is just a little too long and the price has always been a little too high. But a 2,000-mile road trip last month took us through the area so we decided to finally give it a shot, plus I was able to get a mid-week rate of $250/night, which was probably due to the pandemic and low occupancy levels. There were definitely some ups and downs during our stay, some of which were out of Cave B's control. Overall, I would like to stay here again under more normal circumstances. We stayed in a second-floor king Cavern Room. The view looked like it was simply stunning. I believe that these rooms probably have one of the best, unobstructed views on the property. However, since they are adjoining rooms, you have to be prepared to hear your neighbors. I would definitely NOT stay in a ground level Cavern room as the noise from the room above would probably be very noticeable and there is a wooden walkway to the second floor rooms that is very noisy. The bed was very comfortable and I loved the big soaking tub. The overall cleanliness of the room was good, as well! There were two issues that were out of Cave B's control that really impacted our stay. First, we happened to be traveling during peak wildfire season with some of the worst air quality on record for the entire Pacific Northwest. The smoke was so thick that we could barely see the gorge outside our balcony. The other issue was, of course, the COVID-19 pandemic. The pool and spa were closed because of it, and the restaurant was doing room service. The disappointing thing about the room service was that everything came slopped into paper boxes with plastic utensils. No plates were provided. It didn't make sense as the room had glasses and coffee mugs/coffee maker, etc. It seemed like they were using it as an excuse to save money by not washing dishes or something. I don't know, but it's hard to enjoy a $50 steak out of a paper box with plastic utensils. Otherwise, the food was quite good! I was disappointed that a resort fee was still being charged when most of the resort amenities were closed due to the pandemic. Lastly, one theme that seems consistent in previous reviews, is the inexperienced staff. I have to agree that for this level of property, some staff training would help. But I can also appreciate that it may be difficult to retain staff here due to the remote location. I would just like to impress upon management that a little front desk training could go a long way. It doesn't take much to learn how to greet guests properly with a smile and look away from your cell phone when you hear someone coming into the lobby. Overall, I would like to give Cave B another shot sometime in the future once we're through the pandemic and definitely not during wildfire season! I would like to be able to enjoy that gorgeous pool overlooking the gorge and sit comfortably on the balcony with coffee in hand to watch the sunset.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Room Tip: Request a second floor Cavern room at the end of the walkway to reduce noise from other guests.
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Jennifer K wrote a review Sep 2020
Everett, Washington, United States2 contributions
My boyfriend and I stayed 3 nights. We had dinner with Cave B 2 of our nights and were pleased both times. There were modified services due to COVID-19 which were expected. They handled those changes well and were very transparent about them. It is close to hiking/biking trails-we biked 12 miles to the ancient lakes. It was nice to be able to leave directly from the resort and not have to reload the bikes. The resort was clean and welcoming. We stayed in a yurt and it was more spacious than expected. Next time we will likely stay in one of the other rooms for the better view. The only feedback I have is it would be nice to have a nightstand on each side of the bed for eyeglasses, books amd phones, and maybe a slightly more spacious shower. I would recommend Cave B Inn to others and would love to visit when COVID-19 is over and we can experience the pool and spa.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cave B Inn & Spa Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Cave B Inn & Spa Resort?
Nearby attractions include The Gorge Amphitheatre (0.5 miles) and Frenchman Coulee (5.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Cave B Inn & Spa Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Cave B Inn & Spa Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Cave B Inn & Spa Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Cave B Inn & Spa Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Cave B Inn & Spa Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Cave B Inn & Spa Resort offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Does Cave B Inn & Spa Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.