The Bush House guest rooms and event spaces are ready to host you! Support the completion of the Bakery and Restaurant by pre-purchasing a delicious Blackberry Cobbler.
Open for Lodging!
Thank you for your patience, our newly renovated guest rooms are now available to host you! Book your visit at the beautifully restored Bush House Inn! View Rooms
Modern conveniences with vintage charm. Our thoughtful renovation included important updates to provide you with a restful lodging experience, while maintaining the character and charm of the original 1898 structure. Some of these features include new windows with safety locks, in-floor radiant heating, fire sprinklers, a lift to provide easy access to the guestrooms and event spaces, new bathroom fixtures and tile, and ceiling fans in the bedrooms.
The interior updates also include refinished hardwood floors in the guest rooms, repairs to the woodworking and freshly painted walls, updated and expanded bathrooms, new carpeting, a new hardwood dance floor, and so much more! We’ve also updated the furnishings with beautiful, functional pieces, added room-darkening curtains, cozy bedding, USB charging ports in each room, and other thoughtful touches to help make your stay comfortable and memorable!
The Bush House Inn is OPEN!
The Bush House Inn has always been a community treasure – where locals gather for coffee and events, and where guests enjoy comfortable lodging and meals in a friendly and relaxed environment. Thank you for your patience as we renovated the Bush House in preparation for another 100+ years of service… We’re Open for Lodging!
Help us fund the restaurant by pre-ordering a delicious sweetheart Bush House Blackberry or Peach Cobbler (enough for two!) made from the historic recipe… with a twist! Help the Bush House Restaurant get up and running so we can turn out delicious meals and baked goods for you everyday! Tell your friends, and help us pre-sell 1,000 desserts! Buy A Cobbler Today!
Historic Bush House Inn Undergoes Thorough Renovation
The historic Bush House Inn, was saved from collapse by new owners in January 2012, and has since undergone a complete renovation. Now open for lodging and events, this iconic local treasure is returning to its previous glory as a gathering spot for the community and a popular destination for travelers wanting to escape with a step back in time.
The three story building closed in 2001 and was plagued by age, weather, and vandalism. The sale of the property to local investors in 2011 came as a welcome surprise to local residents who feared they had lost another local iconic structure. The new owners had recently completed renovations on another community icon; the Index Tavern (formerly Holcomb & Holcomb Meat Market & Sporting Goods), now known as The River House and home to the Outdoor Adventure Center for rafting and family recreation, a small Cafe, and host for many community and private events.
“The Bush House is a Pacific Northwest treasure and maintaining its status as a Washington historic place in an important component of the project.” said Blair Corson. “Since 1898 this building has played a significant role in Index’s economy, and we believe it can do that again.”