Largest room at our Forks Inn – a king bed with a driftwood headboard facing a wood-burning fireplace. The bath has a tub/shower combination. Eclectic decor combines handcrafted tables, an oak freezer chest as bureau, salvage-cedar moldings, alder curtain rods, rattan couch, and a willow sapling chair. A great space to relax after a hectic week, yesterday’s wedding, or a day outdoors. No pets.
Pocahontas is downstairs, contains a queen bed, a bathroom with a shower, and a cozy sitting area. Hanging chairs await you just outside on the porch. No pets.
Spacious 2-room suite at our Forks Inn. Queen beds in both rooms, a futon in the larger bedroom, and a bathroom with a shower. A sliding glass rear entrance leads onto a covered patio. The Douglas fir walls in the smaller room and salvage-cedar/driftwood trim throughout provide a cabin-like feel. No pets.
Lily of the Mohawk
One of our two upstairs rooms. “Lily” has a king bed, a mix of handmade rustic and antique furnishings, and a bathroom with a tub/shower combination. Lily has an inside entrance from a large mezzanine that overlooks our great room and an outside entrance onto a second-floor deck. A great place to view the sunrise or do some stargazing. No pets.
Lady of Guadalupe
The other upstairs room at our Forks inn, “Lady” has a king bed and a twin bed, a mix of rustic and antique furnishings, and a bathroom with a tub/shower combination. The inside and outside entrances are the same as for “Lily” (see above). “Lady” shares the deck with “Lily” – same sunrises and stars. No pets.