As soon as you walk through the door you’ll smell the Tennessee red cedar and then you see it- Two Queen sized log beds, complete kitchen and 2-person Jacuzzi with separate bath complete this executive suite.
This fantastic room is 1500 sq. ft. It has a full size kitchen, 2-person Jacuzzi tub and laundry facilities. With 2 King sized beds and one Twin Sized it is perfect for the businessman or ideal for family gatherings. This suite is leased as our most luxurious
This suite has a European touch with a warm and cozy feeling to the room. French doors open onto a semi-private balcony with a breathtaking view of the lake. The dining table is the focal point with wedding photos of the Notaras family and friends. The fireplace adds a wonderful ambiance to your stay. The king size bed faces the French doors for that special sunset this area is known for.
This room is designed in remembrance of the original Notaras Lodge building. You’ll find many pictures that tell a story – from the first fire in 1980 to the 25th anniversary of Don’s Restaurant. This room holds a special place in all our hearts as we hope it will in yours. The room has two queen size beds and a dining area.
This wonderful room was named for the hunters in our lives. It has a rustic feel like your own private cabin. The large wooden door from the basement of the original Lodge was even worked into the decor. This room has two queen size beds, a beautiful stained glass window, with French doors opening onto a semi-private balcony with a beautiful view of the lake. This room is already a favorite of many of our guests.
is named after a Cattleman from Moses Lake. Mr. Ardell’s cattle brands (one from Montana and two from Washington) enhance the vanity along with his personal memorabilia. Garnishing the kitchen wall are rodeo pictures donated by Deb Copenhaver, world champion bull rider. A 1950’s antique stove, Ken’s saddle, cane and even a picture of his favorite horse, Dinger adorns this room. This room has the flavor of the west – rugged and strong.
Was named by Jim Zimmerman and has collage of items – from Norm Rolf’s memorial (one of the original builders of the Lodge) to Louie Leininger’s Camera Collection, Greek Festival Mud Wrestling pictures, Apple Box Labels, 1950’s Don’s Restaurant Menus, a 1912 Titanic paper, President Kennedy’s assassination headlines, moving of the historic town jail, and many, many more “Odds & Ends.” This room has a view of Soap Lake.
This room is named for a Trout Farm on Rocky Ford Creek (founded by Ed McLeary and Ken Drew), that is a fisherman’s haven. Represented in the vanity are the hatchery, fisherman, spawning and Ed Norley’s carved trout on the back-splash. Three years after opening a watch was found still ticking in the epoxied dining table. Along with the hatch full of collectibles, you’ll find a “Trout Lodge” neon sign, pictures of all operating sites of the hatchery, a globe mapping Trout Lodge’s foreign shipping lanes and a wonderful view of Soap Lake.
This was named by Jackie Brown and designed around Las Vegas. You’ll enter the room by pulling a Slot Machine handle. You’ll find a “Wheel of Chance”, a sea of coins in the vanity and the city lights of Soap Lake painted by Seattle artist Joe Goldberg. The dining room table depicts a Rainbow leading to a Pot of Gold. Lots of glitter, glamour and a “Touch of Class.”
This beautiful room is dedicated to Monte Holmes, a scrap metal man who has a railroad museum in Moses Lake. This room has two floors, a Jacuzzi and a model train at the head of the bed upstairs. Marina shopped at Monte’s junkyard during the building and decorating of the Lodge from cistern pumps to nickel-plated faucet-ed lanterns – and she never received a bill! So, with one room left to name, Marina wanted to honor Monte and dedicated the room to Monte Holmes of Moses Lake Iron & Metals.
This room has a beautiful balcony that faces to the east so you can enjoy the sunrise. This room also has five different types of wood including Tennessee Red Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry. You’ll enjoy a 2-person Jacuzzi tub, two queen size beds, a full-size kitchen and covered parking. This room has two floors with the top opening out onto a balcony.
This room is dedicated to the first owner’s mother, Joyce Notaras, and is decorated with love and affection. This Jacuzzi suite, with its flowery decor, teacup display, Tennessee cedar woodwork, and a queen size bed (& sofa sleeper) is sure to make you remember Grammy’s house. Dad’s old shotgun and a soliloquy to him (written by the eldest son) add a couple of family touches in the room. There is also a poem relating actual happenings when the children were young. “Mrs. No” locally thought to be short for Mrs. Notaras, actually came from number of times she told the children “No” as they were growing up.
This is a step back in time to the old west but with all of the modern conveniences worked in: a 1900 cistern pump, an 1870 jam kettle, local brands, gold bags and a wooden pack horse saddle are only a few of the authentic touches. In-room Microwave and mini-fridge. With a 2-person Jacuzzi, queen size bed and two sets of bunk-beds ( in the loft), the room is ideal for a family or a group of up to 6.
This room with its stucco walls, red clay tile roof and wrought iron decorative balcony, gives you the feeling of strolling into a Mexican village. From the log carving depicting siesta time and the Mexican farm scene to the sombreros, parrots and sea shells (from the beaches in Mexico) one begins to feel as if they are really there. A king size bed, queen size sofa sleeper, a 2-person Jacuzzi and a built-in iron/ironboard makes for a south-of-the-border home away from home.
Luxury in Logs best describes these rustic log buildings. We offer 15 rooms, each uniquely designed and decorated around a different theme. Each unit has a kitchenette area (microwave, compact refrigerator and bar sink), direct dial phone, cable TV, Wi-Fi. Seven of our rooms also offer in-room Jacuzzi tubs. Each room is individually furnished and appointed including beautiful epoxied tables and vanities with artifacts and memorabilia worked into layers of epoxy making each a separate work of art. With in walking distance to the healing waters of Soap Lake, we offer a unique and unforgettable experience that will keep you coming back for years.
About Notaras Lodge
The original Notaras Lodge two-story building (opened August 1983) was lost in a fire June 5th, 1998. Before its construction, the owner, Marina Romary enjoyed collecting hundreds of pictures and mementos for decorating the Lodge rooms and the epoxied slab tables from local residents, relatives, neighbors and friends. Many of the items on the walls and in the tables were irreplaceable artifacts, primitives and antiques. A lot of the decor from the original Lodge building was salvaged and is being used in the newer rooms.
The design and construction of each Notaras Lodge building and room was accomplished by local trades-men. During the construction of the different buildings, logs were shipped from the Methow Valley and Nespelem in Washington. Many of the ideas for the decor of the rooms were added as the work progressed. You will find different rooms include tooled leather light switch covers, log beds, cistern pump water faucets and many unique touches.
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Amenities of Notaras Lodge
- AIR CONDITIONING
- DAILY HOUSEKEEPING
- FREE PARKING
- IN ROOM SOAP LAKE MINERAL WATER - HOT & COLD
- INTERNET/FREE WI_FI
- KITCHEN FACILITIES
- PETS ALLOWED (Deposit & Additional Fee Required)
- PRIVATE BALCONY
- SMOKE FREE
- SUITABLE FOR EVENTS
- WHIRLPOOL/ JETTED HOT TUB