This newer upscale 2400 square foot cedar log home is located on the confluence of the Lost and Methow Rivers. The 35 foot glass prow windows face the river and North Cascades National Park. Although the river goes subterranean sometimes during the fall, swimming, rock hunting, snowmobiling and skiing are favorite activities on the river.
This is not your usual 'generic' vacation rental. It is a 'guest home' and it will feel that way too. We provide everything you need to have a great visit -- including many smaller appliances such as waffle iron, ice cream maker, crockpot, etc and all the laundry soap, shampoo, conditioner, body soaps, lotions, paper products, first aid kit, sewing kit -- and much much more.
Access to trails within the National Park, The Pasayten National Wilderness and the Okanogan National Forest are easily accessible by foot. The guest house has a great room with a real rock and wood fireplace as well as convenient in-floor radiant heat.
The home has been designed so that each sleeping area has a view of the river. The upstairs master bedroom boasts a huge lumberman king-size bed and a full bathroom, including skylights. Just outside the huge (half the size of the house) loft are two queen-size beds and a privacy panel if desired.
Downstairs is another private bedroom with a queen-size bed and access to the downstairs bathroom and full laundry room.
Nothing is overlooked in the kitchen including ,recipe books, crockpot, waffle iron, ice cream machine and many other smaller appliances. In the kitchen, is the side-by-side refrigerator with ice maker and all major appliances. Preparing and serving meals on the huge maple island is fun. The dining room table can seat 10.
The big TV/Satellite DISH/DVD/CD is ready for your entertainment as well as many DVD's, CD's, books, magazines and games (including children's). Wireless internet too!
On-site manager (in another building) is there to help with any of your needs.
This guest house will bring you back again and again just so you can try another season here in Mazama, a place we call 'heaven on earth.'
Keywords: Log Home