This is a clean, comfortable Inn, cross between an upscale motel to an average hotel room. However, if it is the rainy season, there is a bridge between the upstairs floor and Nell Thorn. Nell's is a fabulous pub/restaurant and the food is very good. We just like to unpack our bags, shower and head off to Nells for supper. Such a treat.
La Conner is a fabulous town for historians. There are a lot of old buildings from the late 1800s, a quilt and textile museum housed in an old mansion on second street and lots of touristy shops selling hand made, one of a kind, household and personal goods. The La Conner Brewing Company is also a great place to visit if you like wood-fired pizzas and a good variety of local beers.
The La Conner Country Inn is within one to 15 minutes walking distance to all that the town offers.
Thank goodness we wake up at 8am though because the garbage trucks seem to wake us up every time we have stayed, I think they pick up the bottles from the brewery quite frequently.
Oh, and a bonus (for you people that like to travel with your dog) is that dogs are allowed on the first floor of the Inn for an extra $25 per evening.
The Inn serves a mini breakfast with cereal, toast, fruit, muffins and coffee. The Calico Cupboard is a great place to have lunch and there is a market, quite a few coffee shops to choose from and a couple of wineries in town.
There is a lovely drive through the countryside on the way to Conway from La Conner.
The staff here are welcoming and helpful.
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- Also Known As:
- La Conner Country Hotel La Conner
- Country Inn La Conner
- La Conner Country Motel