Luxury in Log rooms 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), cable TV, Wi-Fi. Seven of our rooms also offer in-room 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 former 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.