Whether you’re a hiker, mountain biker or cross-country skier, the Rolling Huts, located in Washington’s Methow Valley, are the perfect accommodation. Designed as a modern alternative to camping by Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects in Seattle, the six huts are grouped as a herd, each with views of the mountains.
Each hut comes equipped with a small refrigerator, microwave, fireplace and Wi-Fi. There is a sleeping platform perfect for two, and modular furniture in the living area that can be reconfigured to sleep two more. Each hut has an adjacent portable toilet. Full bathrooms and showers are housed in the centrally located barn a short distance away.
Overlooking the Herd stands a turn of the century farmhouse totally remodeled to accommodate groups of up to eight people. Cozy and totally equipped, the farmhouse is perfect for families that like to share the same space, for people that are not so enthusiastic about camping or for people that value old-fashioned comfort. Enjoy the wooden interiors and its ample deck and private grill. The farmhouse is available all year round and can only be booked by phone. Feel free to call us for more details about this very special cabin.
The hustle and bustle of the city are far behind you, it’s time to unplug from technology and reconnect with nature. Only 300 feet from the pristine Methow River, and at the edge of the forest, a group of safari-style canvas tents are waiting for you and your friends.
In the heart of
The Methow Valley
Located in the North Cascades, the Methow Valley is a scenic destination with beautiful mountain vistas, forests and wildflowers. With warm, dry summers and snowy winters, the valley offers a variety of outdoor adventures for all ages and skill levels.
The charming towns of Twisp, Winthrop and Mazama are also worth exploring for their summer farmers’ markets, shops, bakeries and pubs.
The valley is home to one of the world’s longest cross-country skiing trails, stretching for 120 miles (193 km). Other popular activities include rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, river rafting, horse-back riding, hunting and fishing, golfing, spectacular sight-seeing and other outdoor activities. Events include the Winthrop Rhythm and Blues Festival, the Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival, live theatre and many art galleries.
Winthrop is also home to the oldest legal saloon in Washington state.