An award winning romantic Bed and Breakfast Inn situated on 5.5 acres near Yosemite National Park, California. The inn sits in the midst of an organic apple orchard, spa and gardens. Special care is given to guest privacy as rooms are situated in a way that it may seem that you have the whole house to yourselves. Innkeeper, Candy 'Apple' Arthur, has her own home on the property and is always available to tend to the needs of her guests.
Gourmet Candy 'Apple' Breakfasts are served each morning in the 'Deliciously' decorated dining room, or out on the sunny deck (weather permitting), always featuring Candy's own recipes. Guest favorites include Apple Blossom Pancakes, Candy Apple French Toast and Banana Blossom Waffles with Apple Cider Sausages. Breakfasts always include fresh local and organic fruits, sometimes apples grown in the orchard, juices, coffee, teas, milk, yogurt, cereals and breakfast breads. For a real treat try some of our Apple Blossom honey from our bees in the orchard.
Established in 1993.
The Apple Blossom Inn has been pampering guests for 20 years now and still going strong.
Company Info: Rating: 5.00
Address: 44606 Silver Spur Trl, Ahwahnee, CA, 93601
Hotels in Ahwahnee, CA Bed & Breakfast in Ahwahnee, CA
- Mon: 7:30 am - 8:00 pm
- Tue: 7:30 am - 8:00 pm
- Wed: 7:30 am - 8:00 pm
- Thu: 7:30 am - 8:00 pm
- Fri: 7:30 am - 8:00 pm
- Sat: 7:30 am - 8:00 pm
- Sun: 7:30 am - 8:00 pm
1. Pieterjan C.
We had 2 very pleasant nights here, clean and spacious rooms, best breakfast I had in the United States (cooked every morning by the owner herself), and one amazing hot tub, which is a real recommendation especially when you do it after dark, with the lights turned off, so you can see the entire night sky, with all the stars visible which you can't see in a normal city due to light pollution.
12/09/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
2. Maggie C.
Great value and the best B&B host I've ever met. Upon arrival, you call Candy (she lives just a few steps away) and she'll come over with Ruby (the cutest dog she recently adopted) to show you where everything is. There's juice/milk/fruit/chocolate there for any guest to enjoy.
For $135/ngiht, it includes the beautiful decorated room, parivate bathroom with towels, bath robes, a hot jacuzzi outside and the best breakfast served. Candy also knows every restaurant/entertainment there is within a 20 mile radius.
For a family, you can rent their two bedroom suite which is totally seperated from the main house. Total privacy and pet friendly.
28/09/09 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
3. Charley C.
We have stayed at the apple blossom many times and it is always nice. The cabins are spread about the property and are so spacious and homey! We love the easy walk down the path the the big fancy hotel next door for drinks and dinner and then an easy walk back with no driving after drinking. The hotel has a nice breakfast selection and is so close to Yosemite. This is a great value! Go and Enjoy, I do.
08/09/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
4. Anna V.
I found Apple Blossom Inn B&B thru bedandbreakfasts.com and was surprised to find that Yelp had no reviews of it whatsoever!
I researched thru TripAdvisor and the B&B reviews, and found the reviews to be quite great. Considering the price and the location, I thought I might just give it a try.
I booked our room: The Apple Blossom Room thru their online reservation system. Got the confirmation email and everything. My boyfriend and I were celebrating our 1 year together as a couple and decided to do Yosemite-San Francisco. Apple Blossom was where we decided to stay at for the Yosemite part of the trip.
We did not go wrong. We were greeted by a sign on the door saying to come in if you have a reservation. They were fully booked that day, so I was glad we made reservations. We met the owner Candy, and she was the nicest, most helpful innkeeper I've ever met. She had recommendations for dinner, stuff to do, etc.
She had snacks served (apple suckers, cookies, fruit, coffee, etc) all throughout the day, in the main kitchen. But the winner was breakfast which she served indoors and outdoors.
The room was great! We had our own little balcony overlooking the Sierra Mountains.
But I think what we loved most about this B&B was the jacuzzi right underneath the stars. After a long drive, the hot tub was soooo relaxing.
It is about 14 miles to the South Entrance of Yosemite, and about a 20 minute drive to Bass Lake, which is also a must see.
I will definitely stay here again. I am surprised I'm the first to review it on Yelp.
20/07/09 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
5. P C.
Just stayed 3 nights at the Apple Blossom Inn and couldn't be happier with our visit!
This is a 'real' B&B - No TV (but a nice selection of videos and a player if you'd like to kick back and watch a movie). A relaxing deck where you can sit and read--or, take a relaxing soak in the hot tub. One exception--there is great internet access, so if you absolutely HAVE to check in with work, you can. Or, you can post to Facebook what a GREAT time you're having.
The Innkeeper Candy is so welcoming and ready to make your stay a wonderful one. The Inn is home-like, the view is great, the breakfasts are DELICIOUS, and Candy is a joy. We shared great stories and feel like we really found a friend.
We will be back!
06/09/12 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
6. Jeffrey G.
If I ever go to another B&B location elsewhere, it probably won't be as memorable as this. The house is nestled in a remote area that is about an hour south of Yosemite. Ahwahnee? Am I still in California? My date and I definitely thought we were lost because even the GPS device was confused about where to take us. Mind you, the B&Bs I went to before were all hotel/motel based building structures. When we arrived at Apple Blossom, both of us were surprised at the very least.
Experiences count for a lot, whether it may be wining and dining at a classy restaurant or venturing out for an all-day hiking event; the wonderful and sweet owner, Candy, makes up for 90% of our experience during the 2-day stay. The room itself was comfortably homey and definitely spacious.
We were awakened the next morning with an authentic, "grandmas-cooking" french toast meal with fruit and yogurt. During the stay, we were also lucky enough to meet a couple that had stayed there before many times. Since our hiking plans in Yosemite failed terribly the day before, everything worked out in our favor after we discovered Bass Lake from speaking to the couple. Long story short of a hell of a weekend, having our own picnic on a boat we rented for 5 hours was the perfect way to end our travel escapade.
It will be quite the challenge to experience something like this ever again.
17/09/12 | Link
| Rating: 5.0