Originally built in 1922 as a Masonic & Eastern Star home, the Grand Lodge is off the beaten path in Washington County wine country, thirty minutes west of Portland. After exploring local vineyards, enjoy a meal in our Ironwork Grill or Yardhouse Pub, unwind in the soaking pool or get a massage from Ruby’s Spa. Later, stroll the gardens, play some pool in the Doctors Office or share a bottle of wine in Bob’s Bar.
- Handicap Accessible,
- Pet Friendly,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Family Friendly,
- Restaurant / Lounge,
- Internet Access,
- Air Conditioning,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Stat the night, enjoy the lodge
This place is awesome. So different. Clean and comfortable, but has all kinds of history and character. Stay the night, enjoy the bars and then close the night with a visit to the soaking pool. 305 What a long strange trip it’s been.
Grandeur Old Lodge setting
The restaurant is in an older brick structure with lots of personality. The service was average with a polite waitress who was not sure about selections on the menu. The food was prepared well with ample portions.
Fun, delicious and don't miss it!
This is an old converted elderly residential facility built by the Masonic group for their members. It was built in 1922 and is a fascinatingly unique building with little sitting rooms tucked all over, bars, a restaurant, movie theater and spa all hidden in this gem. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal, wandered looking for the hidden rooms, and played a game of shuffleboard with after-dinner drinks. We want to stay over night next time to really enjoy the full scope of activities.
Fun time. Bring a flashlight.
Enjoyed 2 nights at Grand Lodge. Played shuffleboard and pinball in Doctor's Office, listened to nice tunes at the Garage while dining on house pizza. Spent the evenings by the fire at Pat's Corner, and then soaked in the outdoor pool. New attic room was spacious and comfy. As at some other MeMenamins properties, be sure to bring a flashlight/headlamp if you want to read in bed or find your socks. Dark blue walls and ceiling make it very difficult to see. Would be nice to get more than the minimal number of towels, especially since they are cheap and thin.
Wow! Gorgeous. We visited at the end of January and were able to get all 6 Passport stamps. Be sure to check the website for times bars open. We had to wait for Bob’s Bar and the Doctor’s Office Bar to open but it provided time to admire the renovation. The mosaic work downstairs is amazing. The grounds must be beautiful during the warm months but loved the fitpits this trip. Also, this is one property where you can purchase bottles of Mcmenamins wines and liquors. The Iron Works restaurant offers higher end fare; yum.