We stayed here for one night. It's located in a country setting adjacent to a hop field. It's several miles outside of Yakima city center, but only a 5-10 minute drive. We were in the newer cottage wing (not attached to the main house) and got a free upgrade to the large Hunter's Glen Room when we checked in. The room was fine, with a jacuzzi, etc. There is a small pond in the back, and the view from our back window was lovely. The bed was a little soft for our taste, and the TV was hard to work. The bathroom was well equipped and the shower had two heads (one at each end, as I recall) which was really nice. The carpets in the cottage section need to be upgraded. The staff we dealt with were friendly and accommodating.
Breakfast was good, about what you expect for an upscale B & B. They have a gourmet restaurant in the main house, but it's only open Thursday through Saturday, so we didn't get a chance to try it on this Wednesday. However, the owners have an interest in a fine dining restaurant in downtown Yakima called Five North Front, and we ate there and found it to be very good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A historic 1910 farmhouse ran by chef/owner. Surrounded by hop fields and vineyard two miles East of Yakima. In the heart of wine country. 11 guest rooms to choose from, all with private bath and shower. Most with double Jacuzzi tubs. Multi-course Gourmet dining available on weekends nights. wonderful selection of local wines. ... more less