WHERE TO STAY
Looking for a place to stay when you come visit Columbia Valley Wine Country? We have some pretty incredible Hotels around our tasting room (many in walking distance!)
The Hampton Inn - Richland River Walk
Literally a stones throw from our tasting room, the Hampton Inn has been a staple in Richland since 1996 (Fun Fact: it was framed by Cassie's dad). The hotel recently had a substantial remodel during the summer of 2018 to upgrade rooms and amenities. Located along the Columbia River with access to the River Walk Path that leads to the park or to an array of great restaurants to enjoy. Check them out here.
The Lodge at Columbia Point
The Lodge at Columbia Point is a beautifully crafted hotel that opened in 2017 with a focus on Columbia Valley Wine. Each of the 82 guest rooms are named after a local winery. We are happy to have a Grand Cru Riverfront King room named after Longship! Enjoy a glass of wine or cocktail at Vine Wine & Craft Bar or indulge in an incredible dinner at Drumheller's Food & Drink. Guests have access to complimentary wine tastings every Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings. They are just a short walk along the river from Longship tasting room. Find more information here.
WHERE TO EAT
Just a few doors down from our tasting room is a very special restaurant and craft bar, The Bradley. Opened in 2018 by our friends entrepreneur & chef Andrew Grassick, local business owner Jason Wright and entrepreneur Zac Mason. Their focus is to bring a unique dining experience that will leave an impact on your day. Delicious small plates, handcrafted cocktails, microbrews and a boasting wine list. You can find your favorite Longship wine on their menu! Check them out here.
Tri-Cities Tap & Barrel
Drumheller's Food & Drink
Frost Me Sweet
Anthony's at Columbia Point
Lu Lu Craft Bar & Kitchen