We welcome you to relax, rejuvenate, and replenish at Tree to Me Inn. Take a deep breath in the shade of our apple trees and have a rustic, refined rest like no other. Experience our organic farm, and stay over in one of our beautifully appointed suites. We offer accommodations for all seasons. The warmer weather encourages visits to BC and Canada’s premier local wineries. Hiking and the nearby lakes and rivers offer limitless outdoor activity. Stay at Tree To Me in the winter for skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country. We’re a short drive to the Apex Mountain Resort. The mountains are all around us and the view is amazing all year.
The Bistro and Market is open Monday and Tuesday from 8am to 4pm for breakfast and lunch, and Wednesday to Sunday from 8am to 8pm for dinner service as well. Enjoy our coffee, Ranchers Breakfast, AAA Alberta Short Rib … and more.
Shop the Market for plentiful organic farm produce, breads, take-away meals and soups, and many locally sourced products. We’ve selected sauces, spices, snacks and more from Canadian culinarians.
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“Beautiful place with a delicious breakfast and lunch menu, and lots of good groceries and fresh produce! The rooms at the inn are very clean and welcoming, and there's a nice porch to relax and enjoy your evening. Definitely recommend Tree to Me Inn, and plan on coming here again and again!”~Hayes | Facebook
“We popped in for a delicious and healthy “grab and go” road trip lunch and did we ever score. The asparagus soup, chorizo/kale/potato salad, salmon salad on a croissant, veggie wrap, and egg sandwiches were fabulous. Excellent flavours and well executed items made this a memorable road trip lunch. You don’t want to miss this stop when you are in Keremeos.”~Doug, Langley BC | Tripadvisor
“What a hidden gem! Amazing views, amazing food (such fresh ingredients and wonderful flavors), and amazing staff! It was a great experience from the moment we stepped in. Would definitely recommend; and would make a great getaway for events!”~Shirley, Google