Historic Walla Walla Walla Charm
with Modern Conveniences
Green Gables Inn was built in 1909 by Clarinda Green and Rowland Smith on homestead land owned by Clarinda’s parents
William & Mary Green.
The home remained a private residence until it was sold to the Upper Columbia Medical Missionary and Benevolent Association. For the following thirty years the residence was open to serve as a home to nurses working at the Walla Walla General Hospital across the street (now the North Hall Dormitory on the Whitman College Campus).
In 1990 the historic home was purchased and meticulously refurbished by Jim & Margaret Buchan and converted the home into
Green Gables Inn.
Today the home is owned and operated by a local farming family that has resided in the Walla Walla Valley for four generations.
With refurbished guest rooms, state of the art commercial kitchen, and in-house chef, Green Gables Inn has entered a new golden era.
As a historic Inn, Green Gables is respectful of the past while offering modern comforts and conveniences.
You’ll find the hospitality of Green Gables lives up to the charm of its accommodations. Experience Green Gables Inn for yourself and see why so many of our guests return again and again!
Amenities & Services
Free Wi-Fi access
Complimentary Beverage Center
Gourmet Breakfast with Choice of Seasonal Entree
Private Balcony (Select Rooms)
In-Room Fireplace (Select Rooms)
Private Dining and Events