Pet-friendly 2018-01-09T23:53:39+00:00

Pet Friendly

Growing up as a kid we always had a dog and invariably when we traveled we had to kennel Sheba, our dog. We were always disappointed that she couldn’t travel with us to the many different places we visited. When I decided to buy my own Inn, I felt it was important to allow each guest to bring their pet. That is why Obertal Inn is a pet friendly Inn. We take the relationship our guests have with their pets very seriously and we would not want anyone to travel without their companion, so we make special accommodations for allowing pets in our rooms.

Every room that has had a pet is cleaned with extra attention to ensure that no guest is ever exposed to a pet smell when entering a room. We take great pride in the impeccable cleanliness of our rooms.

We do ask every guest who chooses to bring their pet to abide by the following rules:

  • Pet Fee is $18 per night, per pet plus applicable sales tax
  • Pets are to be crated when alone in the room. If no crate is available, please notify the front desk
  • Pets may not sleep on the bed or furniture, but rather on their own blanket. Should you not have a blanket, we will gladly provide one for you.
  • No service is provided in pet rooms without the pet owner being present
  • Guest is responsible for:
    cleaning up after their pet
    damages done to the room by their pet
    complaint resolution costs caused by your pet
pet friendly leavenworth wa hotel, obertal inn bed and breakfast

Leavenworth Washington

Leavenworth is a Bavarian-styled village in the Cascade Mountains, in central Washington State. Alpine-style buildings with restaurants serving German beer and food line Front Street. The Nutcracker Museum displays thousands of nutcrackers, some dating back centuries. On the Wenatchee River, Waterfront Park is a habitat for ospreys and eagles. The village is a gateway to nearby ski areas and wineries.

When to visit

A popular time to visit Leavenworth is at the height of the warm, dry summer (Jul–Aug). Winters (Dec–Feb) tend to be cold and snowy. Annual events include Maifest (May), with traditional German dancing and music. Leavenworth Summer Theater stages open-air performances (Jul–Sep). The village is busy during Oktoberfest (Sep/Oct), which features food and drink, live music and keg-tapping ceremonies. Strolling carolers, sledding and a glühwein tent draw revelers to the Christmas Lighting Festival (Dec).

Elevation: 1,171′
Population: 1,994 (2016)
Area code: 509
Area: 1.25 mi² (1.23 mi² Land / 13 acres Water)