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Leavenworth Washington's comprehensive and detailed guide to a variety of vacation rentals. Find everything from vacation houses to vacation rental agencies that provide a wide range of options to choose from. For more details click on the links below.
Looking for a really great getaway? Leavenworth's Bavarian Village and the Lake Wenatchee region is the perfect place, and Destination Leavenworth can help you find the ideal vacation rental property, whether it's a cozy cabin by the river, a European chalet, or a large and lovely mountain villa. Just take a look at some of our great houses and cabins.
Rivers Echo is located one block from downtown Leavenworth. This 1910 historic home offers romantic seclusion or can accommodate a family or group of up to 12 people. Fully furnished with three bedrooms, spacious loft and 3 ½ baths including a Jacuzzi tub. The home rises above Barn Beach and the Wenatchee River with a screened front porch and hot tub. Click here for bookings.
Vacation Rental Condos, Cabins and Lodges in the Leavenworth area. These privately owned vacation rentals include beautiful condos, comfortable cabins and luxurious lodges, something for everyone. For over 9 years, we have been serving the Bavarian town of Leavenworth, and the Lake Wenatchee, Plain and Fish Lake areas. Our goal is to make you feel at home while visiting the privately owned vacation rentals that we manage. Let us be your home away from home.
Alpine River Hideaway. 11890 Shugart Flats Road, Leavenworth, WA 98836. Phone: 206-818-6972.
Bergen Haus. Located 1 block from downtown Leavenworth. Phone: 509-393-9918.
Creekside Lodging. Located 2 miles from downtown Leavenworth. Phone: 509-548-0129.
Rivers Echo. 930 Main Street, Leavenworth, WA 98826. Phone: 509-433-1020.
Snowgrass Lodge at the River. Toll-free: 1-877-548-9290.Destination Leavenworth. 940 Highway 2, Suite A-1, Leavenworth, WA 98826. Toll-free: 1-866-904-7368. E-mail
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Miracle Town: Creating America's Bavarian Village in Leavenworth, Washington by Ted Price. The story of how this economically depressed mountain logging town became a beautiful and prosperous Bavarian village. Visitors go to enjoy the architecture, festivals, music, dance, recreation activities, authentic food its very hospitable people. Order now...
Leavenworth (Images of America Series) by Rose Kinney-Holck and Upper Valley Museum at Leavenworth. Leavenworth was once known as Icicle. The little boomtown in the Cascades went bust, but was reinvented by its residents in the early 1960s with a Bavarian theme. Order now...
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