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Thanks to Mt Gardner Inn for our family holiday gift to ourselves. The location is amazing to walk in to Winthrop and it's restaurants and access to getting trail passes and friendly helpful information. The proprietors of the Inn are extremely friendly and helpful and...More
Just back from a few nights at this delightful inn. Great base for a cross country skiing trip. 5 minute walk to town trail system and ice skating rink. 10 minutes to town for shopping and eating out. Temperatures were in the single digits, but...More
This was the perfect place to stay for our first time in the Methow Valley. Everything we needed was there, pet friendly, comfortable beds and super convenient to Winthrop for dining and browsing. The proprietor was so very kind and helpful in every way. Our...More
A friend and I come to the valley several times a year and love this Inn. It is close to everything, clean, charming and comfortable. The beds are comfortable and there ia sweet view especially from upper floor, but first floor is very accessible for...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.