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Great innkeepers are often inspired by the place where they chose to settle and open an inn. They become advocates for what that particular place they call home has to offer, and they are keen to share its magic with others.
Meet Joe Marver, owner and innkeeper at Twisp River Suites in North Central Washington’s Methow Valley. Twisp is a town bordered by the alpine beauty of the North Cascades and the rugged old-west character of Okanogan Country, a place with a beauty that keeps bringing people back again and again. As Marver would testify, it’s not only a year-round playground for outdoor enthusiasts, but an inspiring place to visit as well. He opened Twisp River Suites to give visitors stylish lodging with a big Twisp welcome. Marver used the skills of local builders and craftspeople to construct the inn. He took advantage of the town’s artist community to find locally designed decorative pieces for the inn. Twisp River Suites evokes a sense of place like few other inns. It’s truly a home-grown endeavor.
The location on the Twisp River only adds to the feeling of serenity guests have at the inn. Amenities include a home-cooked breakfast with options for those with special dietary needs, a fire pit where guests can gather in the evening and tell of their adventures, and well appointed suites overlooking the river.
To ensure you can bring your whole family on vacation, Twisp River Suites with special separate luxury suites designed to house the family and your pets. These separate pet suites offer all the amenities of the main hotel, but also include doggie doors, dog wash station and a private fenced-in yard. Nestled in the Methow Valley, the location of Twisp River Suites makes the hotel even more pet-friendly.
The Methow Valley has multiple trails that allow your canine companions. Some of these treks or even leash free allowing your dog to roam the wilderness to their heart’s desire.