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“Not the place for lodging!”

Cashmere Cider Mill
Ranked #5 of 17 things to do in Cashmere
Type: Other
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Reviewed 18 June 2012

Buy your cider here if you want...but don't utilize Canyon Hideaway" for lodging! Web site was deceptive and misleading. Hot tub has been down for years, "house" is actually TWO units, so you WILL NOT BE ALONE, there was a rodent in the duct work and a mouse in THE BED! Oh, and the "fully stocked" house didn't have T.P. so bring your own consumables! Not worth the money, that is for sure!

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Reviewed 19 April 2012

I dragged my family to Cashmere Cider Mill to satisfy my curiousity - what makes it special to be mentioned in "Food Lover's Guide to the Cascade Loop. When we got there shortly after Sunday noon, we were the only ones there, which created an "oh-oh" on my mind. However, the host - Marsha a.k.a. Lady Blush warmly welcomed us in. She was a very gracious host who is passionate and knowledgable about ciders and Cashesmere, WA! The ciders and their many combination were interestin, high quality and really good tasting. I was pleasantly surprised that my often critical and frugal husband decided to purchase a whole box of ciders! We have since been loving those ciders (they are all good) and have been giving them as gifts as well.

1  Thank jollyexplorerSeattle
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Reviewed 16 May 2011

We visited with a tour group and got a great tour along with a generous helping of apple pie and ice cream to accompany opur cider sampling. Great pie, great cider, great coffee, and great people.

Thank Sungron
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Reviewed 27 September 2010

Locating the cider mill is a challenge, but the pay off is great!!! This rustic space and the people were warm and inviting. We left with several bottles of this wonderful cider. We plan to serve the cider during the holidays. Glad we discovered Cashmere Cider Mill. We now have another reason travel to Cashmere!

1  Thank gerit3
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Reviewed 16 September 2010

We visited the cider mill in Cashmere and were delighted with our experience. Don't expect a huge working automated cider mill! On the contrary, this is a family-owned, family-run artisan cider mill - very small. The bottles are filled one at a time, hand labled, and capped. One of the owners did a mini tour with us on how they do their cider. Then we went inside the charming shop/cafe` for a cider tasting. The ciders are called Lady Blush and we realized that the owner, Lady Blush herself, was guiding us along. We tasted samples of Original, Huckleberry, Pear, Cherry, and Lavendar ciders! We enjoyed them so much we ordered a case to be sent home so we can wow our friends with a sampling of the nine flavors. We really enjoyed our time there!

Thank LBINewJerseySwede
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