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Very clean and "fresh" room. Great location, good size room and comfortable bed. Greg and Alison are excellent owner/hosts. Only complaints are (1) the lack of pet rooms in the luxury units and (2) ice not available before 11:00 a.m. Rooms 3 and 4 are...More
If you are on cascade loop trip, probably Winthrop is a nice town to take a break in the evening and relax in this little hotel. The guest service is great and the cottages are clean and cozy. Also, check about what you can do...More
We had the pleasure to stay in the Raven Ridge luxury suite. Large, gorgeous room with a big deck and an amazing view of the mountains. The room was very quiet and walking distance to town. Nicest rooms in all of Winthrop.
I stay at Alison and Greg's lovely inn a few times a year, whenever I'm in Winthrop on business. I'm able to get plenty of rest in a peaceful and welcoming location. The room is always spotless, the beds comfortable and best of all, it's...More
Absolutely nothing to criticise! Things occurred outside our hosts control but they more than compensated us for any inconvenience. The location is perfect and the property excellent. Highly recommended.
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The big question for the Methow Valley in May is whether or not the North Cascades Highway is open. You can get there when it's not open, but you have more options when it is open. There is a wsdot webpage that lists... More
The big question for the Methow Valley in May is whether or not the North Cascades Highway is open. You can get there when it's not open, but you have more options when it is open. There is a wsdot webpage that lists historic opening dates. I normally go in winter, but I have been there over Memorial Day weekends a couple times. The weather is typically warm and dry then.