Orchard Inn Yakima


Sorry for the inconvenience, but due to issues related to COVID-19 we are unable to accept guests at this time.

Established in 1996, the B&B wing was a new addition to the house. With its own separate entrance, it offers privacy and comfort for 3 en-suite guest rooms

The Living Room: Step into the comfortable common room, with a library of books, coffee maker, refrigerator, microwave, and comfy seating for enjoying a good book, and good conversation. Treat yourself to an assortment of afternoon teas.

Orchard Room:   A sunny window view of the pergola and orchards across the hillside. Private bathroom in the room. Sofa for reading, or napping. Satellite TV/Music, and Wi-Fi.

Riesling Room:   Blue colors, light wood furnishings, and a Northern Germany landscape painting set a peaceful European mood. Private bathroom in the room, satellite TV/Music, and Wi-Fi.

Sangiovese Room:   Italian warmth and charm, art touches of Tuscany, and a window view of the hilly countryside of the Yakima Valley. Private bathroom in the room, satellite TV/Music, and Wi-Fi.

The Northwest Master:   Outside private stairway entrance up to a deck overlooking the hillside of orchards, and the Cascade Foothills to the west. Slate tile private bathroom. Amenities include: Coffee maker, microwave, small fridge, dishes, utensils, glasses, teapot, satellite TV/Music and Wi-Fi. A very private and feature-rich room!
Enjoy a relaxing breakfast, with an artist's mural of a cherry orchard on the wall. China, crystal, silver, and linen table settings make you feel welcome and special. An intimate setting for peaceful mornings.

Weather permitting, the outside pergola area is perfect for sunny mornings. Romantic lighting makes it lovely for a relaxing evening.

Winter 'warm-ups' in the Yakima Valley, at the Orchard Inn Bed & Breakfast, a four-season destination.

Enjoy the luscious fruit of the summer cherry harvest, available at local farm stands, and the downtown Yakima Sunday Farmer's Market, in season.

Autumn crush, fruit of the vine, wine touring, and brilliant fall colors.

Fishing: A steelhead trout on the banks of the Columbia river. Moments after this photo was taken the fish was released.