Quality Inn & Suites Liberty Lake - Spokane Valley
2327 N. Madson Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99019
Phone: (509) 340-3333
Fax: (509) 340-3334
If you're looking for good old-fashioned retail therapy, or you have a family to occupy for a day, then the Spokane Valley Mall can provide many entertaining options. Alongside all the usual mall favorites - Macy's, JC Penney's, Sears, Old Navy, American Eagle Outfitters - there is a 12-screen movie theater and a decent selection of family-friendly restaurants.
This family-owned store has been open for over sixty years and it is dedicated to providing its customers with top-quality western-style wear and accessories. The focus is on leather, of course, and you can get long-wearing boots, warm leather jackets and elaborately designed belts. Call for more details.
Excellent ingredients, a time-honored recipe and a genuine love of peanut brittle - these are all features of the Bruttles Candy Shoppe, a sugary delight. Whether you are looking for a great local gift, or the smell of caramelized sugar and peanuts is too much to resist, it's a charming little store to visit in Spokane Valley. Aside from brittle, you can purchase caramels, caramallows, butter toffee and bark. There are two other branches in Spokane itself and the Coeur D'Alene in Idaho.
The Japanese call Koi's underwater jewelry and when you take the short country drive and start wandering through the display gardens, you'll see why! Jeff and Cindy can help you plan your pond, or solve problems in an existing pond. Aquatic plants, imported and domestic koi, water features, filtration systems and statuary are all chosen with Spokane's climate in mind. Since the basis of a good pond is good water, filtration systems are a specialty, including the latest bead technology. If there's a pond in your future, ask about the pond-building workshops.
You'll find a huge selection of top-quality outdoor equipment and clothing in this vast facility. Hikers, climbers, skiers, backpackers and paddlers come here to stock up and get advice before the next expedition, whether to a local lake, or the Himalayas. The expert staff uses the equipment they recommend, and can help choose among the various options. Equipment rentals are available and various outdoor classes are offered year round.
This charming little boutique specializes in alpaca wool products, varying from high fashion to items of snuggly warmth and practicality. They also stock alpaca blankets, soy candles and hand-crafted jewelry, much of it sourced locally.
With 170,000 volumes in stock, it's easy to see why Spokane's bibliophiles have been getting lost (or so they claim) in the stacks here. The shop is in Lincoln Heights shopping center, and has plenty of free parking.The books here are well-organized, and the shop is clean and bright. There is a whole section for magazines, and rare and valuable books have their own room, called "The Source". The entire inventory is available online, but do yourself a favor and stop by to browse.
A well-stocked book store, Well Read Moose also doubles up as a popular wine bar Coeur d'Alene. The bistro features a great selection of wines and more.
Miss the old authentic candies from your childhood? These are the real things, handmade from quality ingredients. The fruit varieties are intense, the nuts are fresh, and the soft centers are buttery. All the old milk and dark chocolate favorites are here, as well as a large selection of sugar-free candies. Halletts capitalizes on Spokanes huckleberry fixation with huckleberry specialties, Jelly Fruit Fingers, truffles and bliss (soft centers).Don't forget to pick up some Spokane Gold chocolate candy bars for friends back home. The wrapper features Spokane landmarks and a bit of local history, and the chocolate is great, too.
Located on the 1524 Northwest Boulevard, Cheryl Burchell Goldsmiths is a jewelry store offering unique and distinct piece of jewelry. The store is a perfect place to pick up a gift for that special someone.
If you are looking to say it with flowers, this is the place to come - Peters and Sons has nearly a century's worth of experience and the customer loyalty to prove it. They offer a range of services from gift arranging to hospital deliveries. Peters and Sons also has one of the city's biggest range of teddy bears and plush toys, alongside many other gifts. Closed on Sundays.
Lorien was born in 1977 in the back-to-the land days. The bulletin board outside the door is worth a visit all by itself. (Need a pack llama or reflexology treatment?) The store has a natural wood décor, herby smells and a laid-back atmosphere. You'll find bulk foods, organic produce and meat, homeopathic remedies, juicers, a good book selection, and a laid-back atmosphere. Quick fix dinners and dairy alternatives are in refrigerated cases. Clerks are always happy to stop and chat or advise, and tuck an informational newsletter in every bag.