Experience the Amenities
- Gourmet breakfast in a delightful group setting is served at 8:30 each morning. Let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or preferences. If you need to dine earlier, we can arrange a to-go breakfast.
- All rooms have a private bath. The Sunset Room bath is across the private hallway and robes are provided. Those staying in the Rose Room have the choice of a deep bathing tub in the en suite bath, or may shower in their private bath directly across the hall. Robes are provided.
- Free WiFi
- Access to the 60 inch flat screen TV in the social room—great for movies or sports viewing!
- Fresh-baked cookies…yum!
- Bottled water
- Barbecue available for your use or let us arrange to cook for you
- Books, books, games, magazines…everywhere in the Inn
- Ironing of that special outfit available on request
Experience the Quiet
Our lovely setting overlooks the rolling hills of the Palouse and is lined by evergreen trees, lush green lawns and flowering gardens. A casual stroll may lead you to the patio or one of the three decks where you can enjoy the view of sunrises and sunsets, share a picnic and maybe a glass of wine or a leisurely chat. Delight in the peace and quiet of country life as you listen to the songbirds and the gentle breeze through ancient pines.
Listed on the National Historic Register, our solid brick masonry three story building was originally a convent built in 1905 to serve the beautiful St. Boniface Catholic Parish right next door. The Church, a marvel in 1900 artistry, is open to the public from dawn to dusk each day. The Churchyard Inn, where historic architecture meets contemporary comfort, was converted to a bed and breakfast in 1995 to avoid the wrecking ball and plans for a parking lot. We know you will enjoy the simple elegance the Inn has to offer you, from private baths for every spacious room, cozy linens and robes, carefully preserved original woodwork and hardware, and local artwork of the guest artists who showcase the Second Floor Gallery.
We have joined with the Artisan Barn and are currently featuring work from a variety of artists. The Artisan Barn is home to 19 artists who keep studios onsite so that you can watch them work! Our hallway gallery offers an ever-changing tour of mixed media, pastels, fabric art, linoblock prints, area photography, watercolors and oils. Their work is sure to tempt you, and we offer a discount on the art showing here–so if you want to take that favorite piece home with you just let us know!
Experience Delicious Food
Mornings at Churchyard Inn begin with fresh-brewed coffee and teas, the morning paper, soft music and conversation. Laughter and camaraderie will follow you to the sunlit dining room where all guests become friends sharing a large table. Breakfast is plated gourmet style and features such Inn favorites as maple-peach pancakes, caramel-pecan french toast and fresh berry fruit dishes. Sausage, bacon, eggs, and home-baked muffins often tempt your palate. Click here for some Inn favorite recipes. *If you have any dietary preferences or restrictions, please let us know by phone or email. We’re glad to accommodate special palates and dietary needs IF you inform us prior to your arrival.
Coffee and herbal teas are available on the floors at 7:30 each morning. Homemade cookies greet you in your rooms at check-in. Sample brandy and liqueurs in the social room in the evening or share a glass of local wine from Wawawai with the innkeepers.
And…speaking of food, we have a new restaurant in town! You will want to enjoy lunch or dinner at Jacobs Bistro and Bakery – an easy walk just down the road to Montgomery Street in Uniontown.
Experience the Palouse
Whether you come to the Palouse to visit friends or family, watch football, take photos, or to simply relax and get away from it all, you won’t find a more accommodating place than Churchyard Inn in the town of Uniontown. Casual hours can be filled with local activities; free wine-tasting for our guests at the Wawawai Canyon Winery, shopping at antique stores and a memorable visit to the Dahmen Barn.