Happy New Year! ~ We Thank You for Visiting us during our 2008 Season!
The Chalet Club is Closed for the Winter
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The Chalet Club's Accommodations are comprised of five rooms in the Main Building and seven guest cottages of varying size and architecture. The guest cottages are within walking distance of the Main Building, yet are set far enough away to create privacy. All of the buildings were constructed as private residences and retain a home-like ambience.
Since the meals are served at the Main Building, none of the cottages have functional kitchens, but they do have refrigerators, microwave ovens and coffee makers. There are porches with fabulous views and fireplaces at all of the cottages as well as the Chalet. We stock the woodpile at each house with firewood that is cut off of the Club's property and seasoned for a minimum of 18 months. All of the houses are centrally heated and air conditioned. Televisions are available in selected cottages. If you prefer to have - or not have a TV, please advise us when making your reservation. Our housekeeping staff maintain the accommodations on a daily basis.
The Main Building was constructed in 1927 as Dr. Washburn's family retreat. The five guest rooms are on the second floor, each with a private bath. Also on the second floor and available to all members in residence, is the main living room with its library of books and periodicals, jigsaw puzzles, board games, and big screen TV. The dining room, kitchen and administrative offices are on the first floor.
Built in 1927 as the caretaker's cabin, this is a favorite of those who have enjoyed its rustic charm. It has a living area, dressing room, bath and (of Course) one bedroom.
Originally constructed as the home of Dr. Washburn's mother in 1934, its dark pine paneling and rock fireplaces (in the bedrooms too) give East Cottage a lovely country flavor. Two bedrooms and baths are on either side of the living room.
This two story cottage has many of the same features as the East Cottage. Also built in '34, West Cottage has a living room, one bedroom and bath upstairs and two bedrooms and a bath downstairs. There are fireplaces in the bedrooms and the living room and spacious covered balconies on both floors.
Built in 1962 for Dorothy Washburn's mother, Hilltop rivals Farview Cottage for the most glass space. Two bedrooms and baths flank a central living room. The light pine paneling and excess glass make for a wonderful open feel. TV Available
This three bedroom, three bath house was built in '46 and purchased by the Club in '53. Farview has panoramic views from every room to validate its name. The east wing (Farview 3) can be utilized as a separate suite or opened to the west side for large families or groups. TV Available
Constructed in 1950 and acquired by the Club in 1978, Stonehenge 1 has two bedrooms, two baths and a living room upstairs with spectacular views from the west-facing rooms. On the east side of the house is a swimming pool and the Stonehenge 2 Cottage. With two spacious houses and a pool, this complex is a favorite for reunions. TV Available
This two bedroom, one bath guest cottage was built in '62 and purchased by the Club in '78. Its living room has a large rock fireplace, pine paneled cathedral ceiling and a wall of glass that affords a spectacular view of the gorge or your family in the pool. TV Available
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