With phase 2 of the Washington State reopening plan starting on June 1, our staff has implemented ways to assure your stay is healthy and safe. The Chewuch Inn has always had the highest standards for clean and sanitized rooms, we have beefed up our line up of cleaning products with the addition of a hospital grade virucide. As always, you can expect all your linens to be washed and sanitized with bleach. We have removed some items from the rooms that can not be easily washed between stays, such as throws and decorative pillows. We have added barriers and sanitizing staions to our common areas and front office. Until June first we will be delivering your breakfast to your room or cabin. When phase 2 is implemented, we will open our dining room and outdoor patio for no more than 50% occupancy. At check in, you will be asked to select a seating time to maintain social distance. We will be providing our complimentary delicious breakfast ordered by menu. Thank you for support, we look forward to seeing you in Winthrop when it is safe to travel click here to check availability and pricing.
Below are some photos of our Romantic King Cabins. If you have stayed with us before then you already know that our Romantic King Cabin with full Kitchen, separate king bedroom, fireplace and private hot tub is almost always reserved. We heard you and have added two more of these very popular cabins. Click here
Spring time! The Valley floor is lush with young green bunch grass and wildflower, it’s a beautiful time of the year. We get out on our bikes and go for walks but social distancing and staying healthy are our priorities for our staff and for us here at the Inn. Now that they have re-opened State land for day use, we can get out on some beautiful walks and bike rides again. There is always work to be done around the Inn, our staff is using this opportunity to go through rooms to make sure they are perfect for when you, our guests are able to travel safely here again, we miss you.
Sally Kuperberg Fine Art – After years of painting the walls in the Inn, you may not know that Sally’s preferred surface to paint on is actually a canvas. Over the past several years Sally has been hanging her paintings in the rooms of the Inn and a couple of local restaurants. With hanging space dwindling, she has finally put price tags on them and has her own “Fine Art” website, Click Sally’s Art
Things to do – Late Winter / early Spring, Alpine trails still buried in snow become a winter playground, Snow shoeing and back Country skiers enjoy the quiet solitude of the mountains while Nordic skiers enjoy the last days of world class groomed trails on the Valley floor. New Fat Tire biking trails increase every winter and. Enjoy great shopping and dinning, live music while enjoying a glass of local beer, wine or cider. It’s a great time of the year to be in the Methow Valley, come join us. Click here to view our rates and book your adventure now.
Hiking and Back Country trips – Summer – If you have not back-packed in the Pasayten Wilderness yet then you are missing out. Now is the best time of the year to plan a multi day Back-pack trip. Try a 30 mile section hike of the PCT, Harts Pass to Rainy Pass. This high Alpine trail has amazing views and nice camps, this time of the year you can chat trailside with PCT through hikers on their last leg of the 2650 plus mile long trail. There are also multiple loop options that can be put together from Harts Pass, like Windy Pass to Holman Pass and back up the West Fork. We recommend calling US Forest Service for back country condition always. For more serious adventures, NC Mountain Guides offer expert advice and guided trips. Early Winters Outfitters will take you into the mountains either on horseback for a full camping service with meals, a drop camp where they take you and your gear in and pick you up the date of your choice or they can drop your gear at your chosen campsite, leaving you free to hike without the restraints of a heavy back-pack. Shopping – The Methow Valley is full of Artist and you can find an amazing collection of local art. The Winthrop Gallery, Purple Sage Gallery, Confluence Gallery, Local Goods at Twisp Works along with a colorful array of artist studios. Click here for a list of local shops. The Barnyard Theater – right here in Winthrop! A beautiful new Movie and Events theater along with lounge serving Beer, Wine and Espresso. Click here for Movie times
Check the North Cascades, Stevens and Snoqualmie Pass Highway conditions click here for updates.
Its not all outdoor experiences, enjoy live music, wagon rides, art and great food along with a craft beer at our local Old School House Brewery, wine tasting at Brix Wine and Bottle Shop, cocktails at the Copper Glance bar. Two new Tasting rooms- the Cider House and Six Knots Cider all within walking distance from the Chewuch Inn and each other. We also have many local Art Galleries to visit. As for other things to see or do while your enjoying this Winter, Check our events posted on our Home page for links.
GEAR, rent or purchase – This is the time of the year that we start thinking of new gear. Our local Sports and Outdoors stores like Cascades Outdoor Store, Winthrop Mountain Sports and Methow Cycle and Sport carry the best brands for rent or for purchase and you won’t pay any more then then in the city. In fact you will be greeted with the best knowledge of what type of equipment is best for you and for use on our trails. For trail info. ask at the front desk when you arrive for our recommendations. Or click here for Okanogans National Forests trail site. Fishing – click here for more information North Cascades Hwy. Rent or buy your Gear with confidence when you purchase your gear Winthrop Mountain Sports, Cascades Outdoor Store, Methow Cycle & Sport, Nordic Ultra Tune in Winthrop or at Sun Mountain Lodge. Dining – We are fortunate to have many wonderful restaurants to choose from. To name just a few of Winthrop’s favorites. Arrowleaf Bistro for fine dining is located just two blocks from the Chewuch Inn, you gotta check it out! The Old School House Brewery for award winning beer and great live music. Brix Wine and Bottle shop offers wine tasting, small plates and a great view of the River. We have two great Cider houses, the Methow Valley Cider House for great tastes, both food and cider and Six Knot Cider. Rocking Horse Bakery for a quick lunch and cup of Lariat coffee and of course Sun Mountain Lodge, fine dining with the best view in the Valley. This is a great place for day trips, if only to walk around their beautiful lodge. Twisp, just 10 minutes away has Tappi’s for a taste of Italy. Glover Street Market has an all organic menu for breakfast or lunch and fantastic juice and smoothie bar. Driving up to Mazama you can enjoy, the Mazama Country Inn for casual dining and the Freestone Inn for fine dining or the Mazama Store for a great fresh Baguette. Beverage bars and tasting rooms – The Methow Valley is chocked full of local flavors. Here are a few places to taste. Brix Wine Bar and Bottle shop, The Wine Shed, Lost River Winery Old School House Brewery, Methow Valley Cider House, Six Knot Cider, Copper Glance Petit Bar and if you don’t get enough of it here at the Inn, Lariat Coffee Roasters. To find out more about these beverages and other locally made and grown products, visit Methow Made.