Inn accommodations in the shadow of Mount Rainier.
Located just a mile from the southwest entrance to Mount Rainier National Park, this B&B is noteworthy for its heritage alone ... it’s one of the state’s oldest inns and was opened shortly after the majestic natural attraction became a national park. Once the setting for fabulous overnight gatherings held by a local school teacher, the historic Victorian inn still hosts overnight guests, as well as visitors seeking its restaurant’s fabulous food. For those travelers who feel that camping is the best way to appreciate the park, take note---this is much, much better. The inn is an ideal escape from the scrapes and bruises sustained during a day of hiking, offering just the right kind of details to help weekend worriers forget about their sprains. Guests can enjoy soaking in a luxurious hot tub by a trout pond, and then warm their weary bodies in front of a fireplace while drinking a glass of wine.