|Rooms & Photos|
|The Story of Alameda's Hot Springs Resort|
Alamedas was born in the 1930's. It has basically gone through 2 owners, The Elerts who ran the place for nearly 50 years as cottages and vacation rentals. Next came our beloved Alameda Ramsey who ran it as a motel and long term rentals. In 2005 Alice Cabel, Janell Clarke, Giovanni Dellano, and Paul Stelter bought it and turned it into a guest house/motel.
10 Suites with Kitchenettes
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Alameda's Front Porch
The intention of Alamedas is to provide a clean comfortable place for our guests, a place to wind down and re-energize Our Mission is to create a relaxing, peaceful getaway that supports our guests, ourselves, and our community in healing sustainability, education and prosperity. As you read the testimonials you will see that we are on the right path and are committed to continue.
Gardens and Dome
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|Alameda's encompasses acres of green grass, apple and plum trees, and an all-organic garden for the enjoyment of our guests. Our green thumbs are evident from the flower beds and landscaping on our grounds.|
|Alameda's Geodesic Dome|
|Near the southeast corner of the grounds, nestled among apple trees, stands a striking addition to Alameda's - a 30-foot geodesic dome. Covered in heavy stretched canvas over a metal frame, the dome features a wood-burning stove, a geothermal heated floor, and an enormous bay window.|
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Mom and I thank you for a perfect weekend away from our husbands.
Mom and I thank you for a perfect weekend away from our husbands. They wouldn't sufficiently appreciate the sunshine and vintage furnishings. Also, the soak was the perfect stop on the way over to climb Mt. Rainier. Thanks--
- Jen and Doreen M.
Thank you for your sweet hospitality. We enjoyed the water, bikes, garden, and certainly the massage. The most fun in this town was the time travel backwards! We took a road trip to Flathead Lake, Kalispell, and Whitefish. Off to the Bitterroot today!
- Faylee L., Athens, AL
Kris M., Rancho Mirage, CA
|Life for most people compels the exercise of the lower gifts and wastes the precious ones, until it forces us to agree that there is little virtue, as well as little profit, in what once seemed to us the noblest part of our inheritance.|