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Salish Lodge

Map & Directions 6501 Railroad Ave. S.E.
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
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425-831-6564
  • Pacific Northwest
  • MasterCard, Visa
  • Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner
  • Full bar
  • Highly Recommended
  • Lot Available

Description

Seattle Weekly's Description

Chef Tyler Hefford-Anderson cooks for a captive audience, the diners who make the trek to the spectacular Salish Lodge an hour east of Seattle. You know, the historic lodge featured in the opening shots of Twin Peaks, the iconic place where couples come for romantic weekends filled with room service, Champagne, and chocolate massages.

 
Member Reviews

  • Coppertop4x4 wrote a review for Salish Lodge
    on 03/28/11
    4

    Isnt this the place they used in the TV show "Twin Peaks" ?

  • don_clabaugh wrote a review for Salish Lodge
    on 02/12/10
    4

    There is a great, short, hike that takes you to the pools at the base of the falls. Steelhead are thick in the pools. Go west on 202 and take a left on Fish Hatchery Road; go to the end of the road for the trailhead.

  • SadieM wrote a review for Salish Lodge
    on 05/11/09
    4

    This is a great view even in winter. There are trails and you can even go under the falls if you dare. Good food and good rooms

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