This is our 2nd visit to the area, and our first to Le Puy. I've travelled extensively in my life and this is the best stay in any of the US wine country areas I've visited from California to Washington. Andy met us as we arrived. He gave us a tour of our rooms and the place was spotless with new furniture and baths. Andy and Lea are architects and they have put amazing touches throughout the Inn. My wife and I stayed in the "Heaven" room and my brother & sister in law stayed in the "Water" room. Our room had room for all 4 of us to share wine & cheese inside after our days of winery visits. Each of these rooms also had a back porch at ground level overlooking the valley... providing a beautiful view of wine country. Breakfast every morning was included, and wow, what a great breakfast it was every morning. Andy and Lea accommodated my food allergies every day during our stay. You can watch movies in your rooms, but if you want to catch a game on TV, you must use the activity room which has a large flat screen. We didn't use this much but several of the visitors did.
In summary, this Inn may cost a little more than some of the others in the area, but when you think about it, most folks visit to buy wine and enjoy it with friends. For about the same cost as 2 bottles of good wine per day, you should upgrade to this Inn. You won't regret it... and It will be one of the highlights of your visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Le Puy A Wine Valley Inn is a destination bed and breakfast for the Willamette Valley. We are focused on being a romantic retreat for couples. The inn strives to exemplify sustainability from the food offered, to the products used, to the care for the environment from the exterior to the interior. Our goal is to provide a superior hospitality experience. Our mission is to be an authentic "eco-inn". Guests are invited to come to the inn to re-balance themselves with the peaceful and tranquil setting, organic cuisine, spa-like amenities and fresh atmosphere. ... more less