... a great place to getaway
BYOB: We supply the bed, you supply the sheets!!
Have you been needing a place to take a trip with no stress, no traffic and no worries???
Luckily we are the place for you!
With our quiet town to enjoy and activities around every bend, why wouldn't you come stay at the Inns?
For over 25 years our family has been running a down to earth and fun to stay, home away from home! To minimize cost for our guests we have opted to have guests bring their own comforters, pillows, towels and personal items. However, the Inns are fully furnished homes with real mattresses plenty of area to entertain or to keep to yourselves for your stay.
There have been numerous improvements and ample time put into the Inns over the last year to insure a more comfortable stay.
The Inns are family friendly and pet friendly as well. We cater to small groups of 6 and under, as well as groups as large as 45 guests.
Email the Roslyn Inns email@example.com
Or call us at (253) 531-3411
Caretaker for emergency Milly @ (509)649-2229
Mailing Address Street Address
P.O. Box 386 102 S 5th St
Roslyn, WA 98941 Roslyn, WA 98941
Roslyn To Do List
Enjoy the beautiful snow or wild flowers depending on the season.
Walk two blocks into downtown Roslyn and visit shops, restaurants and bars.
Go to a movie at the Roslyn Theatre—first run movies, reclining seats, and REAL butter on homemade popcorn.
Take a short 5 mile drive to beautiful Lake Cle Elum.
Visit the Roslyn Brewery and the historic Brick Tavern.
Walk to the Roslyn Museum and learn of Roslyn’s fascinating coal mining history.
Hunt the elusive and delicious boletus mushroom. As well as morels.
World class fly fishing in the nearby Yakima River.
Mountain bike trails-from novice to gnarly-for everyone to enjoy.
Making this a winter trip? Try sledding on local hills or some of the best snowmobiling anywhere in the state. Snowmobile rentals available nearby. Snoqualmie ski slopes are 30 minutes away.
Golf at Sun Country Resort or the 4 Star Suncadia Resort. Both 10 minutes or less away.
Hike, bike, or ride horses on the nearby John Wayne Trail.
Walk three blocks to the Roslyn Cemetery… on the National Register of Historic Places…actually 25 separate but adjacent cemeteries built by various ethnic groups, fraternal lodges and civic organizations.