Welcome to a place where nature and luxury are one…
Starting at $750 per room per night
Mazama Country Inn Resort, 15, Country Road, Mazama, Okanogan County, Washington, 98833, United States
Starting at $200 per room per night
The Inn at Mazama is, in fact, total freedom. The freedom to improvise and do exactly what you want, or absolutely nothing. The 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.
Unique Features: You can try an overnight wilderness trip in the nearby hut system, or ride a helicopter to slopes of deep untouched powder snow. Guided heli-skiing is available for cross-country or downhill skiers. A community ice skating rink is in Winthrop. Open for skating, hockey and broom ball. A schedule for times can be found on the Winthrop Rink web site.
Accommodations: There are 18 guest rooms, each of which has a private bath (some units have showers only). The rooms are warm and comfortable, with lots of wood yet airy and light. And best of all, there are no telephones or TVs in the rooms! All rooms have AC, free wifi/internet, in-room coffee and tea service, and in suite bathrooms with showers or tubs. Some rooms have propane stoves, mini fridges, Jacuzzi tubs, private decks, and extra beds. The Inn does not allow dogs or other pets in the Inn rooms, but they do have 15+ different cabins nearby that are pet-friendly.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the Evergreen Rooms. These four rooms, are located in a separate (but connected) building. They are the newest and most luxurious. Each has a king bed, queen size sofa bed, propane gas log fireplace, a mini fridge and a covered deck with table and chairs. Standard rooms have jetted tubs, and the fourth is ADA compliant with an extra large shower, folding seat and support rails
Dining: They are currently only catering for groups and events. Please get in touch to discuss your event and catering needs.
Activities: The summer days are warm, the nights are cool, and there’s very little rain. The Pasayten Wilderness and North Cascades National Park offer miles of trails leading to lakes, waterfalls, wildflowers and wildlife. There are bike rentals in Mazama and Winthrop or bring your own and ride for miles. In the winter, cross-country skiing is the specialty. The ski rental shop is a short walk away. They have rentals, lessons and advice. Methow Trails web site has daily grooming updates. Over 100 miles of groomed ski trails extend from outside our door.
Spa & Fitness: They have equipped the workout room with some exercise equipment that you normally see in athletic clubs and some equipment that may be new to you. They have a Stairmaster, a treadmill, free weights, incline/decline benches, and exercise mats; plus an Eliptical and Recumbent bicycle. They also have four “spinner” cycles, which offer a close simulation of true road cycling, and exercise balls for stretching and conditioning exercises.
Location: Mazama is at the “end of the road” in the Methow Valley (and quite literally so in the winter time). The altitude of Mazama is approximately 2100 feet above sea level and it is situated between a number of 7000+ foot peaks, several of which are easily climbed once the snows recede in late May or early June. To the west a few miles is the eastern portion of the Cascade Mountains, which are rugged and beautiful but drier that the west side which receives the brunt of the weather as it comes off the Pacific Ocean.
Closest Airport: The nearest major airport is Pangborn Memorial Airport (EAT / KEAT). This airport has domestic flights from Wenatchee, Washington and is 116 miles from the center of Mazama, WA. Another major airport is Penticton Regional Airport (YYF / CYYF), which has domestic flights from Penticton, Canada and is 142 miles from Mazama, WA.
Children’s Programs: No. Although they welcome your children, they do not have any supervised children’s programs.
Pet Friendly: No. There are some pet-friendly cabins available nearby. The Cabins of the Methow. 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.
Weddings: Yes. They can easily host a wedding.
Meetings: Yes. The workout room doubles as a meeting area, which is available for use by the Inn’s customers and anyone else looking for meeting space. The room is wired with the latest in hi-fi equipment, and they can set you up for video presentations, slide shows and overhead projections. The MAC also has kitchen facilities so they can cater your meeting, conference or event.
Extra Info: 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.