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We stayed in the Quail room for a long weekend. The room was very comfortable, new and clean. The inn is a short walk to the trailhead near the Winthrop ice rink and about 10 min walk to the 3 bears cafe, which by the...More
My husband and I have been staying here for years during the winter. We choose it partly because it is a 3-block walk to the Winthrop ski trailhead. From there, it's another 5-10 minutes of walking into downtown. Our most recent stay was 11 nights,...More
I stayed here for 2 nights during a ski race. The property appears to be a newer construction and well built. It's small, which appealed to me because it's less busy and quieter than larger places. It's convenient to Winthrop, with a trail linking it...More
Mt. Gardner Inn is well located at the edge of town in Winthrop. My ample sized modern room and bathroom were very clean with lovely pine furnishings. The room was well lit and cozy with an excellent heating system. The room was stocked with the...More
As always Alison and Greg are the BEST! Wonderful hosts, beautiful rooms that are clean and comfortable, and they are ready to help in any way to make your stay excellent. We give our highest recommendation!
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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.