Visit a TripAdvisor 2013 Travelers' Choice Award Winner!
Friday, January 18, 2013
Inspire your next adventure (and see what all the fuss is about!) by visiting one of TripAdvisor's 2013 Travelers' Choice Award winners.
Unique Inns is very proud to have the following 5 members listed among TripAdvisor's Travelers' Choice Award winners:
- Avalon Hotel in Catalina, CA (#20 in Top 25 Hotels for Service in the US)
- Honor Mansion, A Wine Country Resort in Healdsburg, CA (#11 in Top 25 Small Hotels in the US)
- Casa Laguna Inn & Spa in Laguna Beach, CA (#22 in Top 25 Small Hotels in the US)
- Abigail's Hotel in Victoria, BC (#2 in Top 25 Small Hotels in Canada)
- Cameo Heights Mansion B&B in Touchet, WA (#21 in Top 25 B&B's in the US)
- Abbeymoore Manor B&B Inn in Victoria, BC (#11 in Top 25 B&B's in Canada)
For some of the most outstanding accomodation in the Pacific Northwest stay at:
Abbeymoore Manor B&B Inn, Victoria, BC
Victoria's Favorite Heritage B&B Inn, Abbeymoore Manor is an outstanding period mansion built in 1912. It sits amongst the castles, gardens and tree lined streets of "Old Victoria". Guests can choose from five beautiful heritage bedrooms or enjoy the charm, privacy and luxury of a self-contained garden level suite. Breakfast at Abbeymoore is consistently amazingly fresh and fabulous (so bring your appetite!) and the hospitality you receive from Innkeepers Ian MacPhee and Ann Mosher is unmatched!
Cameo Heights Mansion B&B, Touchet, WA
A destination unto itself, proprietors Deanne and Alan Fielding’s creation is an unexpected find: an amazing couples’ retreat sitting above a 400 acre vineyard and orchard. Featuring seven stunning suites, individually designed and appointed in different themes from English Tudor to Asian, guests often are unwilling to leave to explore Eastern Washington’s wine country. The Vine, Cameo Height’s restaurant with its open kitchen provides outstanding regional cuisine in keeping with the Inn’s originality and focus on the guest experience.
Abigail's Hotel, Victoria, BC
Abigail’s Hotel is an adult oriented boutique B&B hotel, conveniently nestled at the end of a tranquil cul-de-sac surrounded by quaint English gardens and friendly residential homes. The enchanting setting at the hotel makes it an ideal locale for relaxing getaways, uninterrupted business travel or an exciting outdoor weekend and the hotel’s reputation for excellence in amenities and service clearly precedes it, on an international scale.
Casa Laguna Inn & Spa, Laguna Beach, CA
With terraced gardens, towering palms, and mission style buildings, Casa Laguna Inn & Spa harkens back to the days of Old Laguna, when artists and film stars were very much a part of the scene. Guests spend the day relaxing by our heated pool or enjoying a hot-stone or togetherness massage at our in-house spa. A fabulous full breakfast is included, beautiful Victoria Beach is just a 10-minute walk away and two superb restaurants are also within walking distance.
Honor Mansion, A Wine Country Resort, Healdsburg, CA
Located in the center of Sonoma County's Dry Creek, Russian River, and Alexander wine valleys, the Honor Mansion is a beautiful 1883 Victorian transformed into an intimate resort by Steve and Cathi Fowler. The Honor Mansion's pristine elegance is reflected by the Fowlers and their professional staff, who provide personal attention to every detail and this resort is often referred to as Sonoma Wine Country's most romantic!
Avalon Hotel, Catalina, CA
Avalon's premier boutique inn was constructed with meticulous detail and a distinctively Californian Craftsman style. The rooftop deck offers a 360-degree view, ranging from the Pacific Ocean to the dramatic hillsides that surround Avalon. The effect is understated elegance that befits Catalina Island.The Avalon Hotel staff is well educated on Catalina’s rich cultural history and eager to share their knowledge. Just ask when making reservations or checking in and they even provide free tickets to the Catalina Island Museum, which is located in the world famous Casino.
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