Vancouver Sun’s, Anthony Gismodi, shares his tips on how to make summer road-trips through wine country more enjoyable.
  • Winery appointments are a must – the days of last-minute turn-at-the-winery-sign tour are over, but the upside is a better tasting experience. Pro tip – visit early in the season as most wineries are short on wine this year due to the wildfires of 2021.
Skip the wine tours and taste the bench at Eliza – A Naramata Wine Bar with the curated wine program featuring over ten Okanagan wineries.
  • Dining is a similar story, reservations are necessary. Here at the Inn we recommend making a reservation as soon as your travel plans are confirmed to avoid disappointment. Reserve now.
Diners can look forward to outstanding culinary experiences, warm Okanagan hospitality, and a true commitment to local artisanship. From produce to proteins, the menus are built around availability from the best local growers and producers in the region.
  • Accommodation, many hotels are getting close to being booked out for the season. And the same rings true at Naramata Inn we have pockets of nights available in June and July, with a larger availability for longer stays in August. Book now.

Naramata Inn’s rooms have that 1908 charm like clawfoot tubs and modern comforts of fluffy linens, cozy robes, and extremely reliable WiFi. Rooms have direct access to the upper veranda with views of the gardens, lake, and hills, and a really great restaurant downstairs.

Book your dining and stay reservations now, and discover 5 excellent reasons to visit Naramata this summer to help plan your itinerary.