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Our room was lovely! It was cute, clean and had a balcony with a territorial and garden view. Walking distance to downtown Winthrop with lots of shops and restaurants. Allison was wonderful! Full of ideas for things to do and restaurant recommendations. She even made...More
Everything you need; clean and bright. Not only that, amazing views and a short and pleasant walk into town. The owners gave us loads of great tips of places to eat and things to do. A bottle of wine was waiting for us as it...More
We arrived at the Inn after a very long and hot day of riding to be greeted with a big smile from Alison. Checking in was a breeze and we were given a map and told how we could walk into town and had a...More
Of the few properties that allow dogs, the Gardner Inn is one of our favourites. Good location in walking distance to shops, supermarket, restaurants and trails, it has spacious clean rooms that the owners maintain with attention to detail.
Some rooms are dog friendly, which...More
My husband and I returned to Mt Gardner Inn in February for a 10-night stay. This time we were in Raven Ridge B, which is the lower suite at the back end of the back building. It is essentially an apartment, with a separate bedroom,...More
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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.