Had stayed at the Sunnyside Inn a couple of times before, and always liked it a lot. So I was apprehensive when I learned it was under new ownership. Turns out the new owner was the previous owners' daughter, and all was every bit as good, if not better, than ever. Room was clean, spacious and comfortable. Breakfast was delicious both mornings, with a particular nod to the pancakes. The only thing I missed was the dog that guests used to be able to take for a walk if they wanted - the owners took him with them (the nerve!). For those interested in touring wineries in the Yakima valley, Sunnyside is a very central location, and this is an excellent place to stay.
We make a yearly pilgrimage to the Columbia Valley to get grapes for our home wine making hobby. We always stay at the Sunnyside B&B. It's clean, quiet, comfortable and the breakfast in the morning sops up a lot of the wine I taste later in the day. I recommend them heartily!
My family and I spent three pleasant nights, June 9 to June 11, at Sunnyside Inn Bed and Breakfast. We were in town for a high school graduation and to visit family. Upon arrival our accommodations were upgraded to a spacious room, providing us with unexpected comfort. The staff was very friendly and the breakfasts were delicious, plentiful and the menu varied daily. We enjoyed very engaging conversations with other travelers during breakfast and with the owners and their managing daughter. I highly recommend this guest house and would choose to book it for future trips.
My Daughter had a robotics competition in Sunnyside and the rest of the school was going to stay at the corporate hotel in town but I would always rather stay in a local business run by locals. I should point out my Daughter is not a robot and I pit her against other robots in cage matches to the death.... that would have been awesome. No, even though my Daughter goes into moods saying she is a robot would discredit the human race.... anyway... The stay was great and the breakfasts were fabulous. It felt like home and we had a good experience.
This was undoubtedly the best stay I have ever had in a small hotel/BBB. The room was spectacular, breakfast was refreshing, and cleanliness was exemplary. I would love to stay here again with my family. Don and Karen are wonderful folks, thanks so much!!! Muhammad !
I was on a road trip with my buddy when we stopped at the Sunnyside for a night. We very much enjoyed our stay and found the breakfast to be phenomenal (very fresh, local ingredients). We also appreciated the recommendation for dinner at a local, authentic Mexican restaurant. Thanks!
Karen and Don were very inviting and gracious. Our bed was extremely comfortable, just like home, and the room was super clean and spacious. Breakfast was delicious and endless, from a big bowl of fresh fruit to sliced ham off the bone, scrambled eggs and warm sticky buns with fresh squeezed orange juice to wash it all down. Took their dog for a walk around the block to stretch our legs before another enjoyable day of wine tasting. We'll definitely be back again to visit when we're in wine country! Stephen and Denise
We make regular trips to the Prosser area and have stayed in several different places. This is the best experience we have had without spending a fortune for a quick get-away! House is charming. Staff were all so friendly and helpful. What a treat to sit down and have a delicious breakfast to start our day. We've already booked our next visit. Thanks for a great experience.
We (Jean) with a king bed and private bath. This is an older building but nicely kept. Hosts were readily available for any problem and the breakfasts were complete and superb. This is a very quiet location near downtown Sunnyside.
This historic house has been converted to B&B style and retains its character. Cozy and comfortable room, with up to date bath, and coffee bar. Generous breakfast at seating in kitchen or dining room with time to be friendly with other guests. Close enough to Yakima to visit attractions there and enjoy countryside in between. We went to Cowiche Canyon for birding and Naches Heights/Wilridge winery at the end of a 3mile path; Yakima Sun farmer's market in Sept can't be beat. Also coffee shops, etc. The one big pub in Sunnyside has great food and beer.
We stayed in the room named "Jean." It was a large bedroom with kitchenette - sink and mini-frig., and also a jacuzzi in the bathroom. It had a good-sized flat-TV screen. Although we couldn't get the VCR to work with it in the evening, it suddenly started working in the morning and it entertained us while we packed up. The innkeeper was very accommodating - made us eggs for breakfast rather than pancakes, because we preferred protein. Also enjoyed fruit, juice and good coffee. The two adjoining houses that make up the inn are older and charming, but the owners have added above-mentioned modern conveniences and A/C. This is a fine stop (and good value) while wine-tasting or when on the way to Walla Walla, and I'd stop here again.
This quaint bed and breakfast is centrally located between the red mountain appellation and zillah appellation. Breakfasts were top notch and homemade featuring local produce. Had an amazing weekend here and will return. Thanks
Loved staying here. We stayed in the "Karen" and the 2 person tub was awesome! It's so cozy and Don and Karen treat you like family. Don makes an exceptional breakfast and he'll keep loading your plate until you're full. "It's your fault if you leave hungry." The location is perfect for doing wine tasting tours as it's within 20 minutes from ~15 different wineries. Will stay here again, for sure.
Excellent and friendly service. Comfortable room. Breakfast was good, but one suggestion would be to offer choice on how you would like your eggs cooked. I would recommend this B&B to other travelers.
My mother and I decided to visit Prosser for the Hot Air Balloon Rally too late to book lodging in Prosser, so when I stumbled upon the Sunnyside B&B and saw they had a room with two beds I booked it. I'm so glad we ended up there. The room and bath were clean and lovely and the breakfast both mornings hearty and delicious - as were the sweets left for us each night. If I ever return to the area, I will probably stay here again.
I have stayed at Sunnyside Inn 5 times. The quality is consistent. Breakfasts are fantastic with baked good and fresh fruit to accompany eggs cooked to order, french toast. pancakes and bacon, sausage or ham. About the best breakfast you'll find anywhere. So many good things to say, you'll feel at home. Fridge stocked, goodies in the kitchen, late night snacks. Most of all friendly people.
Breakfast was terrific - bed was extremely comfy, 2 person hot tub was romantic. Quiet - worth the stay and hope to return and be a regular during summer vacations. Extremely pleased and want to hurry back.
We found this B&B by accident, and were very happy we did. Karen is an excellent hostess, and helped us to enjoy our stay in Sunnyside with many recommendations and directions. Her breakfast was very tasty, and it is our diets that made limitations, not the cooking! The Karen is clean and convenient, the bed is very comfortable, and we will definitely return when we are in the area.
We always enjoy the centrally located Sunnyside B and B. I grew up in Sunnyside and enjoy visiting when I can. The room is always clean and air conditioned. The breakfast is varied and filling too.
Sunnyside Inn B&B gave us a wonderful home base for our wine tasting adventure, north to Zillah and south to Prosser over a couple of hot summer days. The inn and the furnishings are a bit older, but the inn delivered on everything that mattered to us: comfortable, clean king bed, AC in the spacious room, hot, fresh and full breakfast, central location to wineries and restaurants, ample free parking, quiet streets at night, and the welcoming hosts Karen and Don. All this at a reasonable price. We'll be back next time we visit.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Sunnyside Inn. The room was large, the bed was comfortable, the decorations homey. We were pleasantly surprised to find a small refrigerator and microwave in the room -- it was a nice touch. Don and Karen were great hosts and the breakfasts were amazing! If you left the table hungry, it was your own fault! We felt quite at home and really can't wait to visit again and continue our exploration of the wonderful wineries of the region.