My boyfriend and I booked The Carriage House a month in advance at the Apple Country Inn with the expectation of using the space for a couple of hours the next day to see some patients for a traveling clinic for medical cannabis. This in no way involved the sale or handling of the cannabis and he was up front about this from the beginning. All of his contact was initially with Angie, one of the owners, and she was the one to greet us upon our arrival and show us the cottage. She even discussed with us the purpose for our being there and agreed with it very much. We were planning on staying there that night and had been in contact with Angie about all of our plans.
We arrived, put down our bags, hung out for a while, and then went out to eat dinner as we'd been on the road all day.
When we got back, after 8:30pm, we hadn't been inside for 10 minutes when we heard a knock at the door. The other owner, Angie's husband (whose name escapes me and I don't care enough to remember anyway) informed us that what we were doing was illegal, it was on his property, and he simply wouldn't stand for it. He asked us to leave immediately. We asked if we could just stay the night and leave in the morning, and he said that there was no way, and that we wouldn't be charged if we just left right then. He even stood there and watched us as we packed our things and left.
The situation was infuriating. We did absolutely nothing wrong or illegal. We were up front about our purpose for being there in each contact. If he didn't know about it beforehand, that's her fault - not ours. Kicking your guests our at 8:30 at night is flat-out rude. We were shocked. We had to scramble to find a place to stay and hold our clinic.
On that note, the SpringHill Suites on Wenatchee Ave. is cheaper, cleaner, amazing in a pinch, and has an incredible indoor pool and complimentary breakfast.
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