Unique Inns, B&B and Boutique Hotels

Whether in search of fine dining and wine-tasting, shopping, sports, wilderness adventure, or some of the most spectacular sightseeing in the world, Unique Inns is your resource for accommodation.

Located in British Columbia, Washington, Idaho, Oregon and California the Inns represent great value and the finest these regions have to offer. Each inn is independently owned and operated, making each . . . truly unique.

For travellers who insist on the extraordinary...

  • Spacious, dramatic, and luxurious rooms fit for royalty.
  • Award winning chefs, local ingredients, and favourite recipes.
  • Relaxing spa getaways and therapeutic treatments.
  • From intimate to extravagan, discover the ultimate location.
  • Explore wine country in style and comfort.
  • Pet-friendly accommodation for well-behaved pets.
  • Hideaway cottages for absolute privacy.
  • Historic inns dating from the late 1800's beautifully restored.
  • Chefs taking great pleasure in showcasing the very best of fresh local ingredients.
  • Squeeze every drop out of your Unique Inns visit with experiences to remember for a lifetime
  • Panoramic ocean views, vineyards and flourishing gardens.
  • Unique Inns are committed to encouraging, promoting and supporting ecological consciousness.

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