Edith Palmer's Country Inn was
established in a Victorian home built in 1863. Originally, the home and
building to the rear were used as
a cider factory. Edith Palmer, a renowned cook and innkeeper,
started the Inn after she bought the property in 1948.
In the year 2000,
owners Pat and Leisa Findley began reconstructing and rejuvenating the
Inn. Reopening in June of 2003, the Inn along with the rock room which
now, appropriately, the Cider Factory Restaurant are joined by the two
adjacent Victorian Houses to complete the property. A fourth
building is currently being renovated and when finished, will also be
included as part of the Inn.
"To Edith Palmer and her oasis in the
desert and warm hospitality - may I always be a welcome guest"