Theme Cabins

Our Theme Cabins are the pride and joy of Glacier Peak Resort. Built to accommodate two people, and four if the hideabed is used, they are adorable cabins with wonderful stories about how each on was created and decorated. They have fireplaces and electric heat, glass enclosed showers with bathroom skylights, colored linen, either mini or full kitchens, beamed vaulted ceilings with center fans and sliding doors overlooking Lookout Mountain. They are located in a pastoral meadow where wild bunnies eat out of your hand.


The Chalets are our newest accommodations. They are cozy cabins with all-wood floors and custom-built furnishings. They are tastefully equipped with a queen-sized bed, Cable TV & VCR, double-wide seat shower, gas fireplaces and a front porch where you can sit and enjoy your morning coffee in a wooded setting.

Country Cabins

The Country Cabins were used by Richard Buller in the 1940's as housing for his mill workers. They have since been remodeled and updated to their present day 1950's charm. The Country Cabins range from one to three bedrooms, have homey wallpaper on their walls, are completely furnished with linens. Each of the Country Cabins has a full country kitchen with cookware, utensils, dishes, soap and towels supplied. The bathrooms have either a tub/shower or a shower. Each Country Cabin has a color television with cable. There are no phones.

Brookhaven Lodge

The Brookhaven facility is a new addition to Glacier Peak Resort, for folks who like the Bed & Breakfast ambiance. Friendly talk, and cozy accommodations await you. Upstairs are several delightful bedrooms. Across the open catwalk are two beautiful bathrooms, one with a shower and tub (to pamper those who wish to lie and tub-soak--bath salts are provided, with an oil lamp for atmosphere). The other bathroom is equipped with a glass enclosed shower and sky light. Both baths have unique ceiling angles. Accommodations at Brookhaven include a full Country Breakfast, served at The Eatery Restaurant. On those warm vacation days, enjoy the chaise lounges on the patio. Smoking is still permitted, outside only. Or relax in the beautiful Great Room with a wall of Skagit River jade. Decor is in true Pacific Northwest style, with mounted skins and animals from the North Cascade mountain range adorning this room. There’s a story behind each one. If your idea of a great vacation is curling up with some good literature, Brookhaven includes a small library with a nice selection of books and magazines. You’ll enjoy reading from grandfather’s set (26 in all) of Mark Twain’s autobiography, copyrighted in 1912. A very cherished original edition of "The Roadhouse Tales", which great grandmother wrote in Nome, while panning for gold during the Alaska gold rush, is also in our collection. Sorry, but we cannot accommodate children at Brookhaven, because of the upper catwalk. No smoking inside. And no pets, please.