The GG Boutique Inn is the ChiChi-Eastern place to stay in Walla Walla Wine Country

Instagram Worthy GG Inn is destined to become a destination for girls’ getaways, romantic weekends, weddings and special events

WALLA WALLA, washing., May 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The ornate GG is as flashy, chic and fashionable as a European club. And with just five bedrooms and a cabana, the GG’s no-compromise accommodations may become the most sought-after accommodations in walla walla.

Purchased in December 2021the historic 1909 Green Gables Inn was revived and revived in April 2022 under the name “GG”, a unique elegant expression of charismatic new owners – twin sisters Connie Blumental and Karrie Blumenthal Dutton.

“The GG is for the discerning traveler seeking the unique and distinctive.” said co-owner Connie Blumental. “And popular for groups and weddings as they book the entire property.”

Dazzling and lavish, the meticulous decor includes the largest private collection of Louie Vuitton trunks, Northwest artwork, and period antiques that give the historic property a new personality.

“We both love to entertain, host and collect beautiful objects. The GG brings all of these passions together for our guests to enjoy.” mentioned Karrie Blumenthal Dutton.

Guests are greeted with bubbles upon arrival and wake up to a European-style continental breakfast. Standard room rates range from $350.00 for $500.00 one night with a two night minimum and can be booked Wednesday through Saturday with a leisurely Sunday departure. Personalized activities are offered to enhance the guest experience, such as historic walking tours and group cooking lessons from Blumenthal’s husband and well-known chef Mauro Golmarvi of Assaggio Ristorante.

The rooms

The five uniquely remodeled en-suite bedrooms feature luxury linens, premium bath products, internet, cable, and mini-refrigerators.

BT Suite Glamorous and spacious. Spa-inspired walk-in shower and marble whirlpool tub. A large sitting area with fireplace opens to a wraparound private patio.

Champagne Suite Opulent. Spa-inspired walk-in shower and marble whirlpool tub. French doors open to a private wrap-around balcony with all-day sun and breathtaking sunsets.

The green room named after Green Gable’s founding family, the Greens,

The garden Once maid’s quarters, now refined and secluded.

Lalique The corner windows bring in lovely sunlight and lovely views over the west garden.

The shack

Modeled after the Beverly Hills Hotel with pink and cream striped walls and banana leaf wallpaper. The shack features four double beds, one and a half bathrooms, and a kitchenette with refrigerator stocked according to guest preferences. This private space is ideal for bachelor parties, reunions. Book a minimum of two nights stay from Wednesday to Saturday or available by the week. Capacity for four to eight people.

Green Gable Estate History

Built in 1909 by Clarinda Green and Rowland Smith on land owned by Clarinda’s parents, William & Mary Green. The house remained a private residence until it was sold to the Upper Columbia Medical Missionary and Benevolent Association. For the next thirty years, the residence served as a residence for nurses working at Walla Walla General Hospital. In 1990, Jim and Margaret Buchan purchased and meticulously renovated the estate and converted it into the Green Gables Inn.

Owners and innkeepers

Connie Blumental and Karrie Blumenthal Dutton are twin sisters raised in the Northwest. The GG is their symbiotic passion project that combines their life interests and allows them to provide their guests with an experience they themselves would love. Karrie’s love affair with Louis Vuitton can be found in her collection of LV trunks which can be found throughout the inn and Connie’s eye for design, beauty and business can be seen in the art nouveau inspired interior decor as well as the attentive service that every customer can expect.

The GG

922 Bonsella Street, Walla Walla, WA 99362

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