Leavenworth Washington Vacation Homes

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Leavenworth, Washington, a stunningly beautiful Bavarian Village, is home to Leavenworth Vacation Homes … vacation rentals, cottages, condos, and townhomes. Managed by Obertal Inn, a family owned and operated Leavenworth hotel, since 1992.

Surrounding our Leavenworth vacation rentals is breathtaking views of the beautiful Cascade Mountains. Stay in the heart of the Leavenworth, WA where you can walk to international restaurants, unique shopping experiences (over one hundred Leavenworth stores) and local four-seasons events.

When staying at our Leavenworth vacation rentals, guests are given the option to stop by Obertal Inn for a hearty breakfast each morning. (Add on $8 per person.)

Our Leavenworth vacation rentals also welcome families and well-behaved pets. (See our pet policies.) 


Leavenworth offers something for everyone in every season. In the summer the focus is on water; rafting, canoeing, kayaking and tubing. We would be remiss, though, if we left out hiking, biking, climbing, horseback riding, walking and strolling. In short, there is a lot to do and you won’t be bored. Read more about things to do in and around Leavenworth, WA.

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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)