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Reviewed 2 days ago NEWvia mobile

Lee and Marilyn made us feel right at home. Upon our arrival Lee gave us a tour of the inn and told us a bit about its history. My husband and I stayed in the Evergreen room. The room has a king bed, a private bath, and two comfortable chairs to relax in. The place is very clean and comfortable....

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Truckee, California
Reviewed 4 days ago NEW

Our stay in the sunny Victoria room began with welcoming homemade cookies. Newly updated in 2016 with new beds, carpeting, and appointments throughout, the Churchyard Inn offers modern comforts (jetted tub in our bathroom!) with rich history. Once a convent for Catholic religious sisters, the inn is adjacent to the magnificent 1904 St. Boniface Catholic Church, built by emigrant German...

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Marilynn J, Owner at Churchyard Inn, responded to this review

Thanks Katie for the wonderful comments! We so enjoyed hosting you and your husband on your first getaway from the kids--hope you are having a great time!

Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

My husband and I stayed with Marilynn and Lee at their lovely bed and breakfast back in December. It was just charming! The snow was falling outside but you wouldn't even have guessed how cold it was (aside from the piles of snow I suppose) because it was nice and cozy inside. In the morning we were greeted with coffee...

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Marilynn J, Owner at Churchyard Inn, responded to this review

And we will be so happy to host you both any time you are in the area! Thanks for the very nice review!

Reviewed 1 week ago

The hosts, a fabulous worldly couple of retired healthcare professionals, were attentive and detail-driven. Breakfast each morning was fresh and tasty; the rooms were spacious and well-kept. The Inn sits adjacent to a large church and once housed nuns, hence the name. The grounds are well-tended and have a lovely view of the Palouse. My wife and I found our...

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Marilynn J, Owner at Churchyard Inn, responded to this review

Very generous compliments that we continue to strive to live up in this cozy historic place. It is always gratifying to hear that we are doing things right for our guests!

Pasco WA
Reviewed 12 January 2017 via mobile

We spent one night. The bed was very comfortable, as was the room. Cookies, chocolates, a lovely comfy tub with quality soap. I felt quite spoiled.There are a number of quiet corners to sit and visit, my favorite was off the top floor with a view to the west. We were able to see all the rooms and they are...

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Marilynn J, Owner at Churchyard Inn, responded to this review

We are so glad that you felt spoiled Lori and hope to see you again--there are new cookie recipes to try!

Reviewed 5 October 2016

We enjoyed our stay at this bed & breakfast. Though the owners are relatively new they really threw out the welcome mat! The owners were very friendly and helpful, answering our questions about the local area. Next door to the Inn is St. Boniface Catholic church, one of the oldest consecrated churches in the state of Washington. It was open...

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Reviewed 8 September 2016

Beautiful stay, What a pleasant surprise. We own a Bed & Breakfast and must say if you are over to tired from having a busy summer and you just need to unplug, we both say STAY HERE. Sit on the private deck on the 2nd story and just watch the wind blow in this very quit neighbor hood. Also right...

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Boise, Idaho
Reviewed 20 April 2016

Highly recommend, especially for the college families of nearby U of I and WSU. It is a 15 minute beautiful drive to Moscow and worth it for the opportunity to stay here and visit with Linda and Marvin. Truly wonderful people that you will want to take the time to visit with. This place is warm and welcoming and such...

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Puyallup, Washington
Reviewed 10 April 2016

This B&B was once an old convent decades ago but has been tweaked into a B&B for several years. The primary attraction is comfort and quiet. You are away from the noise in Pullman (if you are visiting WSU). The hosts are very friendly and provide guests with an overview of Uniontown and surrounding area attractions. The surprising attraction is...

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Dallas
Reviewed 19 August 2015

This B and B is about 10 minutes away from Pullman, in this tiny town called Union town. It is a Victorian home comprised of 6-8 different rooms. Some are shared bathrooms, other have their own bathroom and the suite we stayed in was called the Palouse suite on the 3rd floor with our own bathroom. This suite was quite...

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Linda E, Owner at Churchyard Inn, responded to this review

Just to clarify, all 7 rooms have their own bath but two rooms have it across the hall from the bedroom.

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The Churchyard Inn is a historic bed and breakfast offering gracious accommodations in the peace and quiet of a small country town. Adjacent to St. Boniface Parish, the Inn was built as a convent in 1905 and repurposed as a bed & breakfast in 1995, enjoying a thriving business since then. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Churchyard Inn

Address: 206 S St Boniface St, Uniontown, WA 99179-5002
Region: United States > Washington > Uniontown
Price Range: €62 - €161 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 7
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“All rooms are beautiful, they just vary in size.”
Katieholley271, 19 May 2017 | Read review
“All rooms have a view, some view the spectacular Palouse, others face the tiny town of Uniontown. Make sure to ask.”
L1241NQjonathanw, 14 May 2017 | Read review
“All the rooms seemed nice.”
PacNWTraveler72, 9 Apr 2016 | Read review
“3rd floor only one other room next to you and that's adjoining the kitchen. Each floor also has a outside porch sitting area.”
MarinaDallas, 19 Aug 2015 | Read review
“We loved the Evergreen Room, but all are more than satisfactory. My location rating (****) is only because the Inn is located slightly south of Pullman, but still the drive was quite easy and fast, about 20 minutes.”
cachry, 30 Sep 2014 | Read review
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