Leavenworth, Washington is an outstanding travel destination that offers a variety of excellent accommodation choices for the visitor. Visitors can stay at a Bavarian themed hotel, motel, lodges, cabins, rental homes, bed and breakfasts, or even hostels. Bed and breakfasts, also known as pensions are particularly popular with Leavenworth visitors. Some of the most popular lodging options are: the Best Western Icicle Creek Inn, the Bavarian-Ritz Hotel, Hotel-Pension Anna, Quality Inn and Suites, the Alpen Rose Inn, and Howard Johnson's Express Inn. Some rooms have excellent views of the Cascade Mountain and Wenatchee River. Be sure to book your stay well in advance as with so much to see and do, room can fill up quickly!
Leavenworth is a beautiful Bavarian village themed city of about 2,500 residents in the central part of Washington State. Its scenic alpine setting, over one hundred charming shops and restaurants, and a wide range of events and recreational activities throughout the year make it extremely popular with visitors. Over two million visitors each year come to Leavenworth for festivals, theater, recreation, or to simply stroll in this quaint little Bavarian styled village. Its most popular annual events include: outdoor summer concerts, Oktoberfest and the Christmas Lighting Festival. During weekends, accommodations can be difficult to come by.
The Mountain Home Lodge, which is on a hillside 1,000 feet above Leavenworth, is an interest accommodation choice. The Lodge has a beautiful, idyllic mountain setting with outstanding views of the Stuart Range of the Cascade Mountains. It is a popular venue for weddings in the summer and group events throughout the year. Visitors have the choice of staying in a separate cabin or suite or room in the hotel. In the summer, visitors can explore the beautiful mountain scenery on foot or on a mountain bike. In the winter, snow covers the area and it is a beautiful place to cross-country ski or snowshoe. A gravel road is the only means of accessing the Lodge by car. During the winter, the area receives so much snow that road to the Lodge is not plowed and visitors arrive via the Lodge's Snowcat.
Source by Jason F. Nelson