Originally built as a private home in 1881, the boutique hotel and restaurant recently reopened after a $6 million renovation. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, preserving the property’s original elements — like the wrap-around porch — was a priority. The Madrona offers 24 accommodations; along with a pool, pair of fire pits, and fitness center with Peloton bikes.
Photo: Courtesy of Matthew Millman
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