Features

& accommodations

2 Bedrooms
One & Half Baths
Sleeper Sofa
Sleeps Six
Fully Equipped Kitchen
Full Size Washer Dryer
BBQ
Hot Tub
Dog Friendly
Close to Fun!

We are delighted you are visiting and we welcome your dog! One of the big reasons we founded the Leavenworth Vineyard Townhouse is that we wanted to bring our dog with us when we come here. There are so many things to do with your fur-baby, you’ll be busy from morning to night. 

We ask that you bring your own bowls, dishes, and dog bedding. We also ask that you not leave your dog alone in the unit. Some dogs howl like crazy when you leave them in a strange, new place. Others will get into all sorts of mischief. Either way, take them with you when you are out and about. 

  • We stock this lovely retreat with sustainable products such as Mrs. Meyers, so that you can be clean and comfortable.

We Welcome Your Dog!

Out and About in Town

Leavenworth is, without a doubt a very dog-friendly town. Many restaurants offer outdoor seating—even in the winter—so you can enjoy the day with your pooch. 

Also, if you forget your dog food or have not brought enough…or just want to get a special treat or toy, we recommend A Paw Above, located inside the shops at the corner of Front Street and 9th … the same building where you’ll find Uncle Uli’s restaurant and Cold Stone Creamery. 

Seasonal Activities

During the summer, the Wenatchee River is known as the greatest “float” river in the nation. Many people float-with-fido. Just ensure you know your dog’s limits and have FUN!

It can get very hot here in the summer. Be sure that whatever you do, you bring enough water for you and your dog. 

In the winter, there are lots of snow-trails to enjoy. If your dog has “puppy pads” and has spent little time out in the weather, you may want to invest in doggie boots. Those tender toes can get frostbite. Could you imagine running barefoot in the snow? Okay, don’t answer that! 

Exploring the Area

Leashed dogs are allowed along US Forest Service trails. Visit the Forest Service Welcome Center on US Highway 2, just beyond the Post Office and the bank. You’ll find LOTS of trails. We recommend the Icicle Gorge Trail, located a ways up Icicle Canyon, lots to see and not too taxing for Fido! This trail takes about an hour and a half to hike…or two hours if you’re enjoying the sights.

Wine for Our Guests

Welcome Drink

For a limited time, we’re giving you a special visit to Isenhower Cellars’ Tasting Room
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