Our family owned Historic Mercer Building provides upscale, boutique accommodations in a lively downtown setting. Beautifully restored suites include original wood floors & stunning 8' windows. Built in 1906 by Willis Mercer its truly "green"! Full kitchens, bathrooms & Yakima Valley views. Fast wi fi, Smart TVs, walk-in showers & finest beds provide relaxation. Head downstairs for coffee at Brewminatti, enjoy a complimentary Mercer Estates wine & guest passes to the Club 24 gym downstairs.
This is a second floor location with no elevator. Not ADA accessible and not suitable for rowdy parties, sorry -- building is also home to include international faculty and PHD students at WSU's Prosser Irrigated Research Center.
Shared with residential tenants guests may access washer and dryer, back patio and common area pool table. On street parking or in lots behind the building.
Общение с гостями
Communication via email and local property manager if needed.
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Please note this is a second floor location with no elevator. Beautiful windows allow the sun to stream in! Black out curtains ensure privacy or leave sheers closed for privacy but still allowing light to filter in.
- Quiet hours 10 pm to 7 am. Please no spiked heels on restored hardwood floors - 110 year old Douglas Fir floors are very soft wood and easily damaged by sharp objects
- Well behaved dogs welcomed but must not be left alone, no "accidents" or barking. Damage deposit held if requirements not honored.
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I'm a Santa Barbara based designer from a large Washington ranching and viticulture (wine - Mercer Estates) family and value living in places that respect the land, waterways and oceans. My career was primarily focused on helping communities create thriving and healthy downtowns. Then I began a second career designing fantastic living spaces in many different venues from tropical Maui, urban Seattle, historic properties to beach town and outdoor living Santa Barbara.
Acquiring the the historic commercial Mercer building has provided me with the opportunity to open up a beautiful property with its original architecture (wood floors and 12' ceilings) intact for visiting guests. Complete with full kitchens this property is centered in the heart and home of the Washington wine industry where I helped Uncle Don and Aunt Linda plant one of the first wine grape vineyards in 1972. Growing up on a ranch with a large vegetable farm, and coming of age along with the WA wine industry has created a love of cooking and pairing foods with wines. Creating great kitchens, comfy bedrooms and relaxing living spaces is a passion of mine!
From Maui to Prosser I've searched for places that provide fresh produce, fruit as well as beautiful wines or great micro breweries. At home in Santa Barbara there are cultural amenities often are only found in large cities. For those like me who love architecture SB is visual delight with a wealth of outdoor activities to keep us busy: hiking, paddleboarding, cycling, walking, tennis, golfing, polo, sailing, kayaking, swimming or just hanging out at the beach or on the patio reading. Sunshine galore but cools off so nice at night! Fantastic music town too - every genre you can imagine, lots of theaters and music venues.. Art and crafts vendors every Sunday at the beach too!