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Eden Valley Guest Ranch

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Kennebunkport, Maine
Reviewed 24 October 2016 via mobile

We were worn out after driving from Quebec to BC and needed some down time. This place was far off the beaten path and we were not afraid to let our dog run in the field by the lodge. Watch for large birds though. We picked up her poops in plastic bags and then laughed when hiking to the old...

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Everett, Washington
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Eden Valley Ranch is about 10 ml east of Orville Wa. You can camp or rent one of their 10 cabins. The cabins are rustic and very clean. You have a living area with a couch and table and chairs, there is a small kitchen area. The cabins have a queen bedroom and there oun bath room. There is no...

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Robin S, General Manager at Eden Valley Guest Ranch, responded to this review

Thank you, Guests do come first and we welcome all for a relaxing experience with great views (bring binoculars). Cabins have many electric outlets for guests to use with everything from smart phones to sewing machines. The bathrooms have full size tub/shower units accommodating not only children, but large adults. The cabins are small, one-bedroom houses and are priced affordable...

Jonestown, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 13 July 2016

As former farmers, this was a highlight of our trip. We visited the ranch between our drive from Glacier National Park to Mt. Rainier National Park. We enjoyed the authenticity of the ranchers, and the beautiful view from our cabins.

1Thank 60carol
Ontario, Canada
Reviewed 16 June 2016

Surpassed our expectations...super clean cozy comfy cabins...rustic and decorated nicely ...super friendly staff...views were amazing ...had a fun evening singing around piano in the lodge...looking at going back again sometime

1Thank 66NovaGal
Reviewed 13 October 2015

This is the second time we have visited Eden Valley in October, the fall colors are truly spectacular and the wildlife is always changing, last year a large flock of wild turkeys made there daily promenade, this year Elk and Deer were ever present and the evening air was fill with coyotes talking it up along with a light show...

1Thank 78terryf
Reviewed 16 January 2015

We just returned from our 4th visit to beautiful Eden Valley-in winter. We love this place and think the drive from the Westside is well worth it. For a winter getaway it has everything: well insulated cozy cabins, privacy, lots of dry firewood, great beds, high quality woodstoves, well equipped kitchen, snowy vistas and complete peace. This place is CLEAN...

2Thank Richard R
Yakima, Washington
Reviewed 10 January 2015 via mobile

My husband and I spent several days over 2014 New Years with four friends at Eden Valley Guest Ranch located 10 miles east of Oroville and just a few miles south of the Canadian border. There are 10 one bedroom cabins to rent at the ranch which meant the three couples occupied three different cabins. All the cabins are rustic...

Thank Linda K
Robin S, Owner at Eden Valley Guest Ranch, responded to this review

We are always so pleased when guests recognize the planning efforts to create a resort where the wildlife out number the guests. We do shudder at the word "rustic" as we have learned it has different meanings to different people. Although some use the word as quaint, others assume it means a lack of facilities. We assure all that the...

Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 18 September 2014

I and my partner visited here several years ago (in the fall) and it was a visit to treasure! The pleasures of this visit were well-imprinted on me. :) The cabins are in the "tiny" category but charming, well-stocked, very comfortable, and with a fabulous view of the valley. The hosts are super accommodating and friendly. Accommodations were also provided...

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Robin S, Owner at Eden Valley Guest Ranch, responded to this review

We sure appreciate it when our guests notice how clean the cabins are as we have an extensive check list used as a worksheet to service every cabin every time. We take cleanliness very seriously. Our guests are our highest priority at the ranch and we like to ensure their needs are met. Return guests are wonderful and we appreciate...

Reviewed 5 June 2014

My husband and I stayed at Eden Valley Guest Ranch for two nights recently and wished it could have been longer. The view is unparalled and the environment peaceful. The highlight was a two hour horse ride through the surrounding mountains led by Robin, who owns the ranch with her husband. She is an experienced horsewoman who grew up in...

1Thank Barbara P
Seattle, Washington, United States
Reviewed 30 August 2013

A great place to stay and get away from it all. I have stayed here many times, I think I've been in every cabin! I usually stay here for work and love the fact that I can cook for myself, the kitchen are really well equipped for such a small space. The view from all of the cabins is great...

1Thank Traci S

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Lodging in 10 spaced out, car accessible 1-bedroom houses (also known as cabins or cottages) along the edge of the tree line with great mountain views in the middle of a ranch. Lane is maintained packed for Motorcycles and bicycles in summer and plowed in winter. Each cabin has a furnished full kitchen and bathroom, high speed wireless Internet, table & four chairs, living area with beautiful glass door stove (wood provided), and more. Catering (by reservation) available for groups of 12 or more in Lodge. Trail System for hiking, mountain biking, horses and some ATV trails. Borders USA public lands known as US Forest Service. Horseback trail rides available late April to October. Horse hotel for guests with livestock. Child friendly with play area hosting a huge sand pile with big toys. BBQs near Picnic Area with Campfire. Pets welcome in 5 cabins. Five Cabins are pet-free for those with sensitivity or allergies. Open year round with many winter activities. Very quiet and private plus many more amenities. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Eden Valley Guest Ranch

Address: 31 Eden Valley Ln, Oroville, WA 98844-9454
Region: United States > Washington > Oroville
Number of rooms: 10
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“Small, individual, self- catering cabins, with a separate bedroom. Meals may be provided at the lodge if your group is 12 or larger.”
60carol, 13 Jul 2016 | Read review
“We had the Sportsman Cabin #2 and was decorated in hunting and fishing theme...very nice! Apparently each cabin has a different theme..”
66NovaGal, 15 Jun 2016 | Read review
“This is a remote area with no cell towers, so be aware you will have to disconnect from your phones and the internet - a good thing for a vacation. :)”
Linscottage, 17 Sep 2014 | Read review
“All the cabins are the same. None are too close to each other.”
barbarap443, 4 Jun 2014 | Read review
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