Bedroom 1: 1 queen bed
Bedroom 2: 1 queen, 1 single bed
The Cabin sits in a peaceful, private setting, above the river, overlooking the undeveloped hillside. It is shielded by a glade of cottonwood trees. There are 2 bedrooms & one full bath. A screened porch provides a relaxing place to view the natural surroundings. It feels like you are in the wilds of Alaska when at the cabin, and there is abundant wildlife at the watering hole.
The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to cook a feast. The natural fiber, high quality bed & bath linens have been chosen to assure your comfort. It is decorated with 'found object' collectibles, artwork & handsome furnishings to create a warm & inviting interior. A new comfortable, high quality leather sofa has been added to the cabin for your sitting pleasure!
This cabin is located near two snowmobile parks and the Rendezvous cross-country ski trails, which also make for perfect hiking and mountain biking in the summer. A great lodging destination for outdoor enthusiasts!
Now with ski waxing table!
Please note the BBQ is usually stored in winter, between Nov 1, and April 1.. Also, a third pet will be considered, with an additional pet fee
Recent guests departed leaving these words in the guest book, "This cabin has goooood mojo! Must be testament to the owners and who they are as people...I always say anyway! The weather was perfect - crisp fall glory! And no bugs to speak of. The stars were spectacular each night, along with the sweet sounds of cricket & river music to fill the senses. We will be back for our 4th year in a row."......and that is all they wrote...but who could ask for more?A Bend in the River Cabin is a smoke free environment. Absolutely no smoking in the cabin or on the premises. Fireworks and outdoor fires are not permitted. Thank you for your cooperation.
ASK ABOUT A DISCOUNT FOR STAYS OF 7 NIGHTS OR LONGER.
Methow Valley has an apple maggot quarantine.
Per WA Dept. of Agriculture
"The purpose of the apple maggot quarantine is to stop the spread of apple maggot into pest-free areas of the state. State law prohibits the movement of homegrown fruit or raw vegetables from a quarantined area into or through a pest-free area."
Please do not bring any homegrown fruit or raw vegetables to A Bend in the River. Store-bought fruits and vegetables are fine.
Please do not put any uncooked homegrown fruit or vegetable food waste in our garbage. If you bring any homegrown fruit or raw vegetables in, please take any residual homegrown food waste with you. "Pack it out."
Thanks! A Bend in the River Team