by Joanna Nesbit
Just outside Winthrop, the Chewuck Inn offers a relaxed, lodge-style atmosphere with a variety of complimentary amenities such as a video library, hot beverages and evening cookies, Wi-Fi, outdoor hot tub and full buffet breakfast. The inn features 11 guestrooms that sleep either two or four, and there are seven cabins (extra person fee applies for kids). Some rooms include a microwave and mini-fridge; all come with a DVD player, coffee pot, wine glasses and corkscrew. The Country Cabins, good for families, feature pine decking, queen bed, sofa bed, kitchenette and dining area. The studio-style Romantic Queen Cabins offer a queen bed, kitchenette and sitting chairs. The Romantic King Cabin, great for families, sleeps four with a sofa bed, king bed in a separate bedroom and fully stocked kitchen. Enjoy the area any season of the year, whether river rafting in the summer or cross country skiing the groomed connected trails in the winter.
Our Editor Loves
- Great Room for relaxing
- Complimentary buffet breakfast
- Lounge chairs, picnic table, and spacious grounds
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Sports
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
This place is stellar and in every way imaginable, from the accommodations to the bountiful breakfasts. Every detail is thoughtfully addressed. The deep peace and quiet are most appreciated. A truly special retreat.
We were looking for accommodations for a 3-day getaway in Winthrop and stumbled upon Chewuch Inn. European ambience with a northwest feel. Delicious homemade breakfast buffet with real plates/silverware, friendly staff and the owners, Dan and Sally, made every effort to make our stay comfortable. The location is great - a short walk into town along the river. We had the smallest room but it had everything we needed, additionally the breakfast room and other common areas were available during the day. The homemade scones were delicious and available also during the afternoon. We would stay again and try one of the cute cabins on the site. We were traveling as a couple, but it would be a fun place to meet up with other friends. Looking forward to staying there for the cross-country skiing. The community trail starts just across the road.