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Historic place. Clean. Great staff. Wonderful breakfast. Worth a little more money vs the chain hotels. Right in the heart of town. Walking distance to shops and restaurants. On street parking so may need to drop off luggage and then find a spot. We were...More
This is a nice old hotel with a lot of character. The lobby is charming as is the outdoor sitting/eating area. It's a bit like stepping back in time - in a very good way. On opening the door to our room the first time,...More
This was perfect for our trip. The staff was INCREDIBLY helpful. Our first room looked out at a staircase, they happily moved us. We were in need of a non-emergency doctor and made a call and set us up with the PA in town. It...More
We came from the Portland area for a one-night vacation. It was our first go alone since our son was born about 3 years before. We'd originally stumbled in while waiting for the Polar Express Train in December. We liked it and the woman at...More
Had an overnight stay here, with two days in Hood River for our wedding anniversary. The hotel is unique owing to it's age - lovely wooden staircase and furnished with pieces to fit it's overall charm. Room was on the small side, but very comfortable...More
US$128 - US$196 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We were there on a Sunday night and didn't need to pay for parking at night. However, we paid the $3 for a permit to put in our window to cover the next morning after 8 am. You can't park on the main street but it was easy... More
We were there on a Sunday night and didn't need to pay for parking at night. However, we paid the $3 for a permit to put in our window to cover the next morning after 8 am. You can't park on the main street but it was easy finding a place on the street up from the hotel--a very short walk. We loved the restaurant in the hotel and that's where we had dinner. The owner was really nice and it made for an easy place to go after a long day of driving. We later walked up and down the street and there were other nice looking and packed restaurants. Breakfast at the hotel was perfect.
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"hotel is close to railroad, light sleepers might have a problem, we had none"