Did you know that Snohomish was named of the top ten (out of 500!) “Coolest Small Towns in America?” Not to mention, tons of couples choose to get married there every year because of its charm and endless venue options. But where should all your guests stay and what other things are there do in Snohomish? Well, good news! We’ve laid out everything from accommodations to our favorite shops, restaurants, and events around our town so you can enjoy Snohomish for your whole wedding weekend!
Snohomish’s historic downtown is made up of 40 specialty shops, 30 restaurants and taverns, and 13 spas and salons, and is right on the Snohomish River. From pub food to gourmet meals and antique shops to classic boutiques, there really are options for everyone to enjoy. Check out our list of accommodations and things to do below!
Adams Manor : If you are looking for a place with character and enough room to fit your whole family or bridal party, Adams Manor is where you’ll want to look! A historic Victorian home built in 1888, the South Wing has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a full kitchen, living and dining room, endless backdrops for your pictures, and an option to rent additional spaces: Adams Attic, an extra sleeping space for guests, a bridal ballroom, bridal salon (perfect for getting ready with your girls!). Adams Manor can sleep 8 - 14 guests and is also within walking distance to all the downtown fun! Imagine all your family being able to relax and stay in the same home. That will lead to priceless memories and an unforgettable weekend for sure!
Not only is THE LOOKOUT LODGE an amazing choice for your outdoor wedding, they also feature a 1 bedroom with 1/2 bath guest house.
The Riverside Roost | Granite Falls, WA
A short drive from Snohomish you will find this dreamy river retreat, This cozy yet modern cabin beckons you to book your next visit and come relax.
The Bosworth Bungalow | Granite Falls, WA
The Bosworth Bungalow is another great choice. This upscale, private and secluded cabin is fully furnished with bountiful amenities to stay for the weekend or an entire week. Sit back and cozy up to the toasty fireplace inside and enjoy reading from their diverse book collection.
The Snohomish Inn is nestled just east of downtown and is perfect if you have lots of wedding guests and need to reserve a block of rooms. Clean, cozy, and affordable, the rooms can’t be beat! It’s also right off of the Centennial Trail in case you and your guests want to get a run or walk in.
Things To Do (just a few of our personal favorites!)
Thai Naan: yummy Thai cuisine. TOM KHA soup with seafood and some sticky rice on the side is my personal favorite. Delicious!
Trails End Taphouse and Restaurant: try the Pineapple Cider and definitely get the Bone Pork Chop with Yukon Gold mashed potatoes.
Andy’s Fish House: The Seafood Fettuccine is a must!
Snohomish Bakery: Be sure to get there early to get the best selection.
Top It Yogurt Shoppe: Lots of frozen yogurt flavors and toppings.
Fred’s Rivertown Alehouse: Yummy Asian nachos!
Snohomish Pie Company: Fresh pies every day!
Haley’s Cottage: Lifestyle shop
Joyworks: Vintage inspired clothing
Hoity Toity: Casual wear and accessories for men, women, and kids
Sweet Bee Home: Classy home decor
Antique shops: Tons of antique shops in and around Snohomish with lots of treasures to find.
Farmer’s Market: every Thursday in May - September The fresh flowers are amazing.
Events: Snohomish hosts tons of festivals and events throughout the year from the Antique Car Show to Snohomish Wine Festival and Zombie Walk.
Hot Air Balloon Rides: Take a sunrise or sunset hot air balloon over the Snohomish Valley. Talk about beautiful views!
Wineries & Breweries: Skip Rock Distillers, Randolph Cellars
Centennial Trail: 30 mile paved trail that starts in Snohomish and goes to Skagit County. Farms: Snohomish has tons of pumpkin farms in the fall and Christmas tree farms in the winter. Family fun!
For more information and current events check out: http://www.historicdowntownsnohomish.org
Liz Adams owns and operates Adams Manor in Snohomish, a 13,000 sq ft mansion turned vacation rental property. She has more than 30 years of experience in the marketing and sales industry. Liz enjoys her family and grandchildren and is very much involved in their daily activities. She loves hosting parties at Adams Manor (where she also resides with her standard poodle Lucy).