Apple Country Inn
Apple Country Inn opened eight years ago when owners Mark and Shirley Robert remodeled a 1911 farm house into a charming little bed and breakfast inn. The inn is set on a working ranch in the heart of the Yakima/Naches Valley. Spend a night in one of their rooms and you will be immersed in a peaceful setting surrounded by trees growing apples, pears and donut peaches. When fruit is in season, guests are invited to pick fruit off the trees.
Being located in Naches, Apple Country Inn is located halfway in-between the Cascades and the wine country. There is lots of recreation within a short drive, including:
The inn is also located in an area on an old Yakima Native trail where the Yakima Natives would camp when on their way to the huckleberry fields up Chinook Pass.
Each of the rooms comes with a private bathroom and a television. Two of them are also available with a refrigerator and microwave. A full breakfast is served each morning between 8:00 and 10:00 A.M.
If this has caught your interest and you would like more info or a reservation, please call Mark and Shirley Robert at one of the numbers above. They’ll be happy to help you plan your getaway.
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