Indulge in the ultimate food and wine getaway — without the exorbitant price! The 2022 Sip & Stay package is your ticket to experiencing the best of Washington’s Wine Country at an unbeatable value.
Receive a complimentary Passport to Taste from Woodinville Wine Country, one of the world’s premier wine destinations, when you book a one- or two-night stay in participating Bothell hotels. Taste award-winning wines in a single weekend, or month-after-month throughout 2022.
With the Sip & Stay program, you’ll receive:
• Discounted rates for a one- or two-night stay in Bothell
• Up to two* Woodinville Wine Country Passports to use for complimentary tastings at participating wineries
Explore one of the most captivating places on the planet. Hike through pristine mountain trials, absorb the serene experience of the rain forest, wander along wild, rugged ocean beaches and check out the marine life along the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Immerse yourself in the small communities around the peninsula. Discover the rich native heritage at cultural tribal centers, museums, and art galleries. Savor the bounty of farm-to-table experiences and pair your meal with local wines, ciders, brews, and spirits.Read More
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