Ovenell's Heritage Inn Log Cabins, Guesthouses & Historic Ranch is proud to provide AAA approved lodging in Concrete, Washington. We are close to the North Cascades Park and Mt. Baker Recreation Area.
1. Cougar Crest, 2. The Eagle, 3. Bear Hollow, 4. Foreman Cabin,
5. Wrangler Cabin, 6. Woodsman Cabin, 7. Fisherman Cabin
Spectacular lodging near North Cascades Park, a getaway beyond compare!
Our family began Ovenell's Heritage Inn in 1997. We opened our farmhouse to guests with the intent to share our history and ranch life with guests from all over the world. Nestled in the rugged foothills of the North Cascades, our 580 acre cattle ranch has been in our family since the early 1940's. The cattle, farm critters, wildlife and spectacular scenery are our main attractions. We welcome you to come visit for a memorable stay during any season of the year! Come pick out your log cabin!
We have 4 log cabins, Bear Hollow guesthouse, Cougar Crest guesthouse, the Eagle cabin and Still House guesthouse. We are open year-round and offer specials during the winter and spring months. We offer special contractor rates and honor rates for government workers. If you are looking for lodging in Concrete, we offer spectacular views of Mt. Baker and the North Cascades just outside of town.
46276 Concrete Sauk Valley Road
Concrete, WA 98237
Mon - Fri: 9AM - 5PM
Sat: 10AM - 5PM
Pacific Standard Time
From I-5 take exit 232. Turn right and go 5 miles to Sedro-Woolley. At the first round about go straight and at the second round about go left on Highway 20, at the next round about go straight. Travel 23 miles East on Highway 20 to Concrete. Take a right on Concrete Sauk Valley Road. After 1 mile you cross a bridge, continue left for 2 miles to the ranch and inn. Turn right on the paved driveway.
From North Cascades Highway: Take Highway 20 to Concrete, just past the town on your right you will see a cement silo. Just past that and a gas station you will see a lodging sign that says Ovenell's Heritage Inn next left. Turn left on the Concrete Sauk Valley Road. After 1 mile you cross a bridge, continue left for 2 more miles. Turn right at the paved driveway.