Our Pacific Northwest Lodge is a Thing of Beauty
Classic Forms of Northwest Art
From the moment you are greeted out front by a 24’ cedar totem pole depicting traditional ravens, whales, salmon, and beavers, you soon realize The Heathman Lodge is no ordinary inn.
With splashes of color from blankets made at Oregon’s Pendleton Woolen Mills and massive portraits of Western characters and tribal symbols from Andy Warhol’s Cowboys and Indians series, the authenticity of the region extends to the lobby of our Pacific Northwest lodge.
Walking to your room or turning the corner on the way to a meeting can be educational in local art as you’re greeted by Sarah Gilchrist’s distinctive wood and lino cuts of native fauna, or Dale Cunningham’s whimsical salutes to local fisheries. Within our rooms lie handcrafted antler and cut-metal sconces and artistic furnishings such as Pendleton blankets and hand-hewn bentwood chairs.
Diners at the local favorite fine dining establishment, Hudson’s, are always under the watchful gaze of Henk Pander’s massive mural saluting sharing between early settlers and indigenous peoples.
Wherever you look, The Heathman Lodge is an eyeful — in the most positive sense.