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The Hotel offers accommodations in an historic structure. The nearby Malheur National Wildlife Refuge offers outstanding bird-watching.

This quaint bed and breakfast, built in 1924 as a stopover before travelers faced the imposing Steens Mountains, sits in the heart of Oregon’s majestic high desert cattle country. This historic building has been preserved and is open during the summer season. Enjoy the history and unique beauty of this timeless piece of Oregon history.

Family-style dinners with generous portions are a staple at the Hotel. With the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in its backyard, the Hotel offers unparalleled bird-watching and botanical opportunities.

Vital stats: This historic 8-room hotel with dining area is open mid-March to mid-November.

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