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Methow Valley Inn in Twisp, WA

Methow Valley Inn in Twisp, WA

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Rating: 4.80

Address: 234 W 2nd Ave, Twisp, WA, 98856

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    Comments (5):

    1. G L.
    This place is such a gem! Terry, Nora and Fred are fantastic hosts. The house is amazing with cozy rooms and rustic touches. Bring a book to sit, read and relax on the swing chair in the front porch.  LOVE this place!

    05/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Janet T.
    We stayed here for a wedding and family reunion last month.  We absolutely loved the place.  The owners are pleasant, dutifully chatty if you want to visit, and make exceptional breakfasts. They are very accommodating of your time needs for food, coffee, check- in and out.  The BB is lovely, private baths in most rooms, exceptionally clean, functional, and beautifully decorated as any mountain inn should be.  The gardens are lovely and porch setting is abundant. The inn is centrally located for the area and was a really pleasant surprise after staying  in Carlton for several years for the annual reunion at the Carlton Inn, or as we refer to it as ( motel hell of the Bates Motel)!!!
    5 stars for the Methow Valley Inn.

    24/07/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Richard U.
    If you thought Twisp was quaint, wait till you check out this place!  This over 100 year old home is the perfect place if you want to simply take it easy.  As a B & B it truly delivers.  An inviting living room, a swinging bench on the porch and very comfy beds.  They really make you feel like you are friend of the family.  I checked in rather late and I was suprised to see my room key waiting for me accompanied by a friendly welcome letter.  I loved my bedroom!  It wasn't the biggest in the world but the bed was divine!  I had my own sink but shared the upstairs bathroom with the rest of the guests (european style!)   Coffee starts at 630 am which is nice for the earlier birds.  Their continental breakfast includes locally produced jams and compotes as well as a suprise dish of the day. When i was there, frittata one day and the next day it was stuffed french bread/toast.  Usually the owner or one of the other care takers is on hand for friendly conversation and to offer tidbits of local advice.   My shared bathroom accomdation goes for $89/night which I found to be very reasonable. So stop with your fast paced lifestyle already!  slow down at the Methow Valley Inn!

    01/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Annalea E.
    This place is great! This is the second time that I have stayed here and both experiences have been wonderful. Terry and the rest of the staff were friendly and went out of their way to make our experience the best that it could be. I will certainly return!

    12/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Brooke Y.
    Mu husband and I agreed that this is the best B&B we have stayed in, and we have stayed a lot of places all over the world. This lovely house is an oasis perched right in the foothill of the mountains, with a river running very close by. It is quiet here, peaceful, and definitely a place to come for a relaxing weekend.

    The rooms are very affordable and super, super clean. This is by far the most well-kept B&B I have stayed in.

    The rooms are well-sized and the bed was very comfortable. Be warned that rooms 1,2, and 3 share a bathroom european-style. This was fine by us, and we never even saw the other people while there.

    We loved the breakfast options, which included many things preserved onsite (including a killer salsa for the fritatta and a lovely raspberry jam and pear compote).

    The innkeepers are really, really nice people who have the balance down between socializing and letting you relax. This is a hard balance to strike and they do it well.

    Another big plus: no kids! No dogs either, but this contributes to the peaceful atmosphere.

    Loved this place and will definitely drive all the way back just to stay there.

    08/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0