This Riverside Bed & Breakfast In Washington Offers A Wildlife Refuge To Guests
Every proprietor of bed and breakfast accommodations likes to think they offer a “refuge” to guests. In the case of the Run of the River Inn & Refuge, that word is part of the name. The title is well earned. The area surrounding the lodging in Leavenworth, Washington is a stopover for migratory birds and the home of animals such as deer, foxes, bobcats, and bears. The setting with those wildlife viewing opportunities is a big part of the attraction of Run of the River, situated about a mile from the town square of Leavenworth, but offering a remarkably remote feel.
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Leavenworth is about 120 miles east of Seattle and is worth visiting for multiple reasons, most notably its Bavarian charm. The Run of the River Inn & Refuge is designed for couples or families with children of 18 years or older. For more information and reservations, visit the Inn’s website.
Address: Run of the River, 9308 E Leavenworth Rd, Leavenworth, WA 98826, USA