Served seven days a week
7:30am - 11:30am
11:30am - 5pm
Sunday - Thursday, 5pm - 9pm
Friday - Saturday, 5pm - 10pm
Sunday - Thursday until 10pm
Friday - Saturday until 1am
If you look at Heck's architecture, you will notice several unique attributes, including Cascade arches, pegged beams and butterfly pegs. If you are familiar with the Timberline Lodge at Mt. Hood, Oregon, you will quickly know we duplicated the magnificence of the room.
We visited the Timberline Lodge in 1999, about the same time we contracted to purchase the Ranch. Taken by the sheer expanse and natural beauty of the hex room at Timberline, we felt there were few buildings that built today with that type of grand and inspiring craftsmanship. After that visit, including a hexagonal room as a centerpiece became the focus in planning the Lodge here at Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa.
The giant posts and beams are standing dead Douglas Fir from Vancouver Island and are more than 800 years old. The siding is Larch. The floor (which is heated by environmentally-friendly geothermal sources) is reclaimed spruce. The stone used to build the fireplace is from a nearby rock slide - and is the same stone used for the fireplace in the original 1937 Ranch homestead, which is now Ranch House Restaurant & Saloon. We are proud to serve our Ranch-raised Wagyu beef at Heck's Tavern.
We hope that your visit to the Ranch, and in particular, the time you spend in Heck’s, will serve to inspire and renew you.
Call Heck's 970-726-7013