Spring is here although with these 80 degree days, it feels like summer in the Pacific Northwest already! Are you looking for some fun and unique things to do for a staycation or have friends and family coming for a visit? May I suggest a stay at the Woodmark Hotel & Still Spa and grabbing some grub from Carillon Kitchen to complement your summertime activities?

The Woodmark Hotel &  Still Spa offers bicycles to  discover what the surrounding areas of the Kirkland waterfront have to offer on their Woodmark Beach Cruiser Bicycles. Explore downtown Kirkland, the waterfront, or venture off onto one of the many local walking and biking trails. Visit their guest services team during your stay to check out a bicycle.

We had such a great time exploring the local area and managed not to get hurt! Even though it had been a few years since either of us had ridden a bike, minus a few wobbles, we were right back at our childhood!

 

(Photo Credit: Woodmark Hotel & Still Spa)

The Woodmark Hotel & Still Spa offers a variety of activities year round for your seasonal enjoyment. Ask your friends or family who are visiting to stay at this beautiful location next time they are in town! Or if you need a weekend away from your own house……

After working up an appetite riding around Kirkland, your next stop should be Carillon Kitchen! This fresh and healthy restaurant offers a variety of sandwiches, salads and bowls, made locally sourced (within 200 miles) ingredients! The restaurant has an incredibly friendly staff, absolutely delicious food and beautiful views of Lake Washington.

BLTA: Honey Pepper Bacon, Romaine, Heirloom Tomato, Avocado, Roasted Garlic Aioli, Sourdough
Turkey Confit Club: Avocado, Heirloom Tomato, Honey Bacon, Beecher’s Artesian Cheddar, Rosemary Baguette
Salad: Special salad with added chicken and toasted Croissant bread (I will never have normal croutons again!)

Check out episode eight of the Lesley & Mishana Show for your full immersive Kirkland experience!

 

 

About Lesley Michelle

Lesley is the founder and editor of What's Up NW. Lesley does love her beer and writes about that A LOT, but she also loves to shine the light on local events, people and businesses that call the Pacific Northwest home!

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