Who would think in February with snow on the ground and potential of risky roads we would get away with taking a trip from Spokane to just below Canada in the Okanogan Country. We were burned out and couldn't wait for Spring. We needed refreshing now. We met Robin the hostess the late afternoon we arrived and she was so very gracious. We got to get a good feel of the life of a rancher/farmer. We got to be near the horses that afternoon and the next morning. 9 of them, so beautiful. The cabin was nice with a nice view. We got a VCR and some movies to enjoy at their office. We had such a good time! Thank you so much Robin! I look forward to some riding lessons with my wife in the future. Mike and Patricia
We had a lovely time staying here over Christmas. We spent the days snowshoeing around all of their trails on the property and cozying up in the cabin by the wood stove. It was great for to not have to leave or drive to trails. The hosts are very friendly and accommodating. The property is beautiful and well maintained. Cabins are prefect size for couples with small children or dogs. It was the perfect, relaxing getaway to wrap up 2020. Excited to come back in the different seasons!
This is a delayed review, but we had a great multi-family trip there end of summer. The rank is huge, to contract the indoor we have been in these past months. The room is clean and comfy for a family of 4. Since they only have 10 cabins, you won't experience crowding like other vacation places. On the ranch, you can do campfire, and horse-riding. Outside rank, there are big lakes to enjoy w/o crowding. One suggestion I have is to have a hand-washer in each cabin, esp. in this environment.
This ranch was beautiful, surrounded by forests and mountains. The stars were amazing each night and everything was so peaceful and quiet. Robin was a great host, the cabins are far enough apart to offer a feeling of privacy. The only sounds we heard were cows, horses, coyotes, squirrels, and birds singing. The location is great for folks with dogs or kids! Lots of hikes, little lakes all to yourself, board games to play each night, and wine under the stars. Each cabin was well appointed with everything we needed, and ideal during these social isolation times of COVID. You have a whole cabin to yourself! There are definitely still opportunities to socialize or seek solitude, whatever suits your needs. Highly recommend a stay here for as many nights as you can. We were sad to leave, but thoroughly enjoyed the time we had.…
900 acres of rolling fields with 10 quaint little cabins set back in the slope at the tree line. There’s loads of scenic hikes, bikes, drives etc to enjoy from this spot. Robin is just the friendliest host. What’s not to love?
We stumbled across Eden Valley Guest Ranch online and reached out to them via email before booking. Robin replied promptly and was very warm and welcoming. Her hospitality continued during our three night stay - from stories about local history to potlucks to homemade cinnamon rolls! The ranch is breathtaking, serene and the area offers something for all types of travellers. The cabins are clean, cozy and well-stock with the basics. I highly recommend that families, couples and hunters stay at Eden Valley Guest Ranch if you're in the area.
We've stayed here several years in a row while visiting family nearby. Robin, Pat and all the staff are very friendly and helpful. The cabins are clean, well maintained and comfortable. We'll be back.
We loved the ranch for the 3-nights we stayed during the July 4 long weekend. The experience of vast open pastures, greenery and the unobstructed views for miles and miles had quite a recharging effect on all of us. The ranch is a few miles from Oroville and each cabin is equipped sparsely though thoroughly with everything one might need. Robyn and her assistants were very helpful and provided extra utensils and pans when we required. We took the horse ride one of the days and Robyn regaled us with stories of the local fauna after a short course on how to control the horses; who are very gentle and hardly needed any prodding. You may not get cell phone reception throughout (which we considered a blessing) and the WiFi is not the great in the cabins but passable. The whole idea of being here is to be away from modern technology and be able to transport yourself back to simpler times! Oroville in itself has a state park with a big lake in which you can swim and possibly rent boats. The overall drive on US97 is quite scenic.…
We were worn out after driving from Quebec to BC and needed some down time. This place was far off the beaten path and we were not afraid to let our dog run in the field by the lodge. Watch for large birds though. We picked up her poops in plastic bags and then laughed when hiking to the old homestead as the cow patties probably weighed more than she did. The museum was interesting and the area beautiful. Off-season you should bring in a few more provisions.
Eden Valley Ranch is about 10 ml east of Orville Wa. You can camp or rent one of their 10 cabins. The cabins are rustic and very clean. You have a living area with a couch and table and chairs, there is a small kitchen area. The cabins have a queen bedroom and there oun bath room. There is no TV which is nice for a quit getaway. They do have free internet if you need in your cabin. Ther are trails to hike and near by lakes to hike if you like.The owner is very pleasant and believe her customer comes first. If you want a quiet get away this is the place.