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Nisqually Winds Mountain House

147 Spiritwinds Lane
Ashford, WA 98304

Nisqually Winds Mountain House

Where time ends . . . and moments begin. Natural beauty, stunning vies and natural charm. You should have the perfect setting for your big day. Nisqually Winds Mountain House will give you just that.

Located at the base of Mount Rainier, this property offers views of Mount Rainier, Mount Belijica and Mount Wow.

This is an elusive hideaway perfect for you and your guest on your special day.

From weddings, celebrations or corporate gatherings, Nisqually Winds Mountain House is the ideal outdoor wedding venue.

The grounds offer a covered pavilion, expansive terraced concrete patio, fire table, outdoor propane heaters, tables and chairs for up to 150 guests.

Hold your outdoor wedding at this park-like, private wedding venue.

Nisqually Winds Mountain House, located in Ashford, Washington, is one of the wonderful properties at the base of Mount Rainier to host your special event.

Owner Deborah Cooper has more than 30 years experience planning weddings and events, as well as experience as a cake designer and photographer. Call or email Deborah Cooper for a tour of Nisqually Winds Mountain House.

We can work with you to make your day as you have always dreamed it would be.

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