We stayed here one night while traveling through. The facility is clean and appears to be well-kept. However, there is no air conditioning, and we arrived at a time which was apparently warmer than normal, so the room wasn't completely comfortable with just a fan. However, we knew there was no AC when we reserved, so I guess that was our own fault. There was a good internet connection which we always appreciate no matter where we stay, but really no place to put the computer with any chair to use it. In fact, there was no chair in the room at all to relax, or sit and read, nor was the lighting sufficient to do so. While there was a "library" down the hall for reading, I prefer to have a place in my own private room to read or relax, not a public area. I have to say the bed was one of the most uncomfortable I have ever experienced in a lodging facility--a platform bed with a lumpy mattress which obviously needed to be replaced.
The breakfast was very average, and overall, though this place is rather quaint and seeks to trade upon the "antique" ambience, it was definitely overpriced for the night's sleep and amenities we got. A chain motel would have been more comfortable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Home away from home located in historic Roslyn WA. Walking distance to down town. Filming site of Northern Exposure. All rooms have private baths. Use all natural, organic and recycled products when ever possible. Great views of the area. Full house available for small groups. Lots of outdoor recreation available right outside your door. Innkeepers Don and Sibyl ... more less