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TravelPod Member ReviewsApple Country Bed and Breakfast Yakima
The home sets in the middle of Orchard country. Apple, peach, & pear trees surround the farm house. The décor is country farm house. A bit cluttered but I LOVED IT. It just felt like staying at grandma's house. Nothing commercial about it. Breakfast was served in a gazebo covered with grapevines. People were working in the orchards. We picked & ate fresh fruit.
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