A delightful mix of Irish, Victorian, and Woodsy, elegant yet casual, the Inn offers 3 rooms overlooking its river of stairstep waterfalls. Enjoy your breakfast on the deck by the falls, or inside, at your choice of time. Barbeque available for dinners. The small town is a short walk. Explore the beautiful Trout Lake valley, "the land of the forgotten giant - Mt. Adams," adjacent to the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, with all forms of recreation including 4 Sno-Parks nearby. Children welcome with advance notice. Kelly and Marilyn Enochs are flexible to all your needs. We'd love to see you!
4.8 on October 29, 2011
We were there in Feb 2011 and it was the MOST relaxing and comfortable stay! Food was great and plentiful! Our hosts were friendly and knowlegable about the area. The Inn was clean, well maintained and everything we expected. We'd go there again! Thanks, Kathy and Lynn
3.6 on September 21, 2011
Kelly and Marilyn definitely went out of their way to take care of our little requests, including food allergies. Breakfast was excellent. It was a real pleasure to stay with them. We recommend them completely without any qualification. John and Barb from Vancouver, USA
4.6 on October 11, 2009
Kelly and Marilyn cooked us a wonderful breakfast every morning - omlettes, french toast stuffed with cherry and cream cheese, pancakes with huckleberry syrup, fresh fruit and more. I have to give them extra kudos for accomodating our party's special diets (two vegetarians, one gluten intolerant) - those are some tricky contraints and yet they satisfied every one of them with a hearty breakfast! Plus, the hosts are just nice people to chat with. Hang out in the living room and feel right at home. We'll be back every time we're in Trout Lake!
4.2 on September 23, 2009
My friend and I stayed there for about 3 nights. It was wonderful and the hosts were so gracious. Close to the downtown area. Wonderful breakfast every morning.
5 on September 19, 2009
Had a great time with Marilyn and Kelly. Breakfast was always wonderful and we met some guys who were climbing Mt. Adams that morning. Scenic and relaxing you can't ask for a more beautiful place to stay. I enjoyed the arts festival and got one of Marilyn's pictures as a gift from my friend Suzanne. When I look at it I have great memories.
5 on June 27, 2009
This was the third time we have stayed with Kelly and Marilyn, and it was like staying with old friends. This is what a Bed & Breakfast is all about; gracious, attentive hosts, great food, and a music collection to die for! If you like classic rock and roll, from Fleetwood Mac to the Doobie Brothers and the Rolling Stones, Kelly is sure to have your favorite song in his enormous record collection.
4.2 on April 22, 2009
Really a great bargain. Rooms were very nice, location is special. Breakfast was first rate. Located in a picturesque location. Owners were fun to vist with and were available but not obtrusive. Nice amenities like an outdoor BBQ and hot tub. Would stay there again.
5 on September 15, 2007
I have stayed with Marilyn and Kelly several times. The food is always great and Marilyn and Kelly are always friendly and more than willing to accomodate special needs. The location could not be more charming, with the outdoor deck at creekside and paths down to Trout Creek for those who wish to splash around or fish. The house and the rooms are warm and inviting. You will enjoy staying at Kelly's!
5 on July 26, 2007
We had the suite with balcony. Couldn't have asked for a nicer room. The creek put us to sleep!! Thank you Marilyn and Kelly for a wonderful two days.
5 on April 01, 2007
Staying with Kelly and Marilyn was the high point of my August 2002 visit. These friendly people made my one night stay wonderful. Even after 5 years, the memories are crystal clear and among my happiest. Jim Lester Tempe, Az.
valley at base of 12,276' Mt. Adams, Just East of crest of Cascade Mtns., adjacent to Gifford Pinchot Nat. Forest, 2,000' elevation - Trout Lake Valley, 25 miles North of Columbia River Gorge, Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Portland, OR (PDX) 80 miles
For people living East or West of the Columbia River Gorge, the quickest way to Trout Lake is to get on Oregon Interstate 84 and head for the center of the Scenic Area and the town of Hood River, OR. Exit from 84 at exit #64, and go North across the Hood River Bridge. At the first intersection on the Washington side (Highway 14) one can go left or right, about 1 1/2 miles to the signs for Trout Lake (Highway 141). 23 miles North on 141 will bring you to Trout Lake. Just past the "Entering Trout Lake" sign is a "Y." Stay to the right of the Chevron Station. In two blocks you'll cross a bridge with waterfalls. We're the next driveway on the left - You'll see our sign!
Lake, National/State parks, Nature area, adjacent to 12,276' Mt. Adams, adjacent to Gifford Pinchot National Forest, close to Conboy Lake National Wildlife Preserve, 25 minutes from Columbia Gorge Nat. Scenic Area, easy access to Mt. Rainier Nat. Park, easy access to Mt. St. Helens Nat. Monument, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Winery
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Internet Service, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, TV Video games, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , children acceptable w/ notice, adjacent to creek/waterfalls, stable for horses, pets acceptable w/ notice
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Library, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, huckleberry picking, mushroom gathering, waterfall tours, mountain climbing, Pacific Crest Trail, Mt. Rainier access, Sailing, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Whitewater Rafting
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian