Bed and breakfast in Wenatchee, Washington
The Apple Country Inn has 5 bedrooms in the main house, plus 1 bedroom "Carriage House" separate from the main house. Two of the rooms share a bath that is highlighted by a classic, full dized claw foot bath tub. Three rooms in the main house and the "Carriage house" feature private baths. All of their rooms accommodate two, except the"Carriage House" that has a futon in the small living room that makes into a bed. Breakfast will be one of the highlights of your stay. They feature great brakfast entrees, fresh fruit of the season, and a good cup of coffee.
Rooms range from $85 per night for rooms sharing a bathroom, to $100 - $120 for a room with a private bath.
The House called Apple Country Inn was one of the first homes built in the Okanagon Heights addition in Wenatchee. Construction began in 1918 and completed in 1920. The home was built and occupied by Fred and Lillian Serling. Sterling was a fruit grower and real estate developer in partnership with his brother Claus. The Sterlings lived in the home for 35 years. At the time of costruction, the home was on the highest point in the city of Wenatchee. It featured panoramic views of Mission Ridge, Badger Mountain,Saddle Rock and Burch Mountain.