Inn at Mazama
Relax in our comfortable guest rooms and enjoy breathtaking views after a day of doing whatever makes you happy. The Inn at Mazama provides a welcome retreat nestled amidst the beauty of Washington’s North Cascades.
We have 18 guest rooms, all featuring Queen or King-sized beds, and private bathrooms. Some of our rooms have additional beds, Jacuzzi tubs, cozy gas stoves, and mini refrigerators. The Inn at Mazama strives to provide a peaceful hideaway for guests with no unwanted disturbances, thus our guest rooms do not have televisions, stereos, or phones. The Inn offers free WiFi throughout the property.
For families and others who need a bit more room and perhaps a kitchen, The Cabins of the Methow offer nightly rentals at over 30 privately owned vacation homes in the Methow Valley, ranging from cozy and rustic to modern and luxurious.
Each cabin has a fully equipped kitchen and all linens are provided.
The Inn at Mazama is, in fact, total freedom. The freedom to improvise and do exactly what you want, or absolutely nothing. Our lodging is designed around flexibility, always ready to listen to your desires. Whether you are coming to switch off and unwind, ski your heart out or find an inspiring place to work, the Inn’s special atmosphere and natural surroundings will inspire.
The Inn at Mazama is for anyone who wants to recharge, relax and reconnect with what matters most.
The Inn at Mazama’s story begins…at the end of the road…when at first it was nothing more than a pit-stop and a few log cabins. Mazama boomed at the beginning of the twentieth century as the departure point for miners headed to Hart’s Pass. Mazama stayed a sleepy “town” with only a general store for decades until the Mazama Country Inn was built in 1984.
Catering then to those first cross country skiers and backcountry mountain enthusiasts, the Inn was functional and funky. Now the whole Mazama community is an enclave of stunning architecture and guests from all over the world. The Inn at Mazama responds to the sophisticated changes of the area while retaining its history, original charm and hub status for all things outdoors in the Methow.