We booked a room at the Village Inn in Cashmere and upon arrival the hotel staff told us in very broken english that we did not reserve a room for the night, but the following night. They showed us a piece of paper with some pencil writings, on which it was obvious that they had changed the dates, to proof that WE made a mistake. We did arrive late and we guess they gave away our room to somebody arriving earlier.
While I was arranging for rooms for my family to attend my mother's funeral, the owner would not allow me to pay for my uncle. He insisted only the person staying could pay and he would only accept payment in person--and he would not work with me about it. He talked himself out of several nights of business. Though I hate to speak ill of a business in my hometown, I definitely do not recommend this hotel.
The rooms were very clean and affordable! The micorwave and small fridge made it very convenient for our stay. The town of Cashmere had many attractions including the Candy Factory with Aplets & Cotlets. The tour was very neat and it was a walking distance from the motel. The Village Inn Motel will soon be visited from us again!!
As soon as the man came out from the back and saw young guys he immediately started giving us the bums rush. There were only two cars in the parking lot and he said ALL the non smoking rooms were taken. The room would be 109 dollars and he told us to go find cheaper rooms in Wenatchee if we didn't like it. He also said he would charge $200 to our credit card and if we weren't loud and didn't cause problems then he would only charge us $109. His English wasn't very good but one thing I could understand without him saying it was that he didn't want us at his hotel. If I didn't know any better I'd think I was profiled.
Cashmere's Village Inn offers clean, comfortable, and affordable lodging. We appreciated having a nonsmoking room. The refrigerator and microwave made it convenient for our group to enjoy a tasty breakfast, which we had purchased at the nearby grocery store the night before. This made the already economically priced room an even better value for us.
This picturesque mountain town offered scenic views of sunlit snowcapped mountains that we enjoyed as we strolled through the unique downtown area. Two blocks from Village Inn is a park where the kids can run off some energy. A candy factory within walking distance makes an interesting outing. About 6 blocks east of Village Inn we found a fantastic antique store.
You may be roused from your dreams by a train whistle. That was the only drawback. If we have the oppurtunity we will certainly stay at Cashmere's Village Inn in the future.