Our main house was built in the Mission Revival style in 1922 as a private family home. As a private estate, the property had ample Gravenstein Apple trees in its Orchard. In 1985 when the property was converted to a nine room bed and breakfast, the name was inspired by those orchards. Since then, two additional buildings with a total of ten rooms, our on-site spa and the restaurant have been added the the property. The restaurant building was originally built with inspiration from an old barn on the property.
We are managed by EpiSoul Hospitality.
Inspiring. Engaging. Transformative. EpiSoul manages stylish luxury properties in extraordinary settings. An EpiSoul property is distinguished by a unique, relationship-based service model and enriched by an array of lifestyle activities and programs that capture the energy and spirit of the locale—its heritage and culture, its landscape and its people. [link]
Staying true to our values and beautiful natural surroundings, Applewood Inn practices sustainability throughout our five acres. The Applewood garden utilizes organic growing techniques and an aerated composting system fed by the restaurant. Happy chickens forage on organic feed with room to roam about. Vast solar panels heat the main swimming pool and provide far more than half of our electricity. All lighting will soon be low-energy LED inside and out. In Housekeeping and Laundry, organic, green products are used extensively for cleaning and sanitizing to ensure the health of our staff, guests and environment.
We're also proud to announce the installation of three electric vehicle and Tesla charging stations...coming Spring 2017.