Private lodge accommodations for year-round travel.
This hidden gem is set on 17 acres of land and boasts a half-mile of riverfront property along the Wenatchee River. It’s not a resort, though. Instead, it offers all-private lodges, each positioned out of view of the others. It is the perfect place for doing absolutely nothing. Gazing at the water, trees and mountains are perhaps the most popular pastimes. Each of the seven log-and-cedar lodges are individually decorated and named after Native American words for flowers or trees. Guests here enjoy more than a glorified suite, as every lodge is set on a couple of acres and has a full kitchen, living room with fireplace and master bedroom with a balcony overlooking the river. With the exception of food, you’ll find everything you need to enjoy a self-catering stay. Although most of the buildings can sleep entire families, the Stuchin is small enough to be comfortable for two and is ideal for honeymooners.