This gorgeous, 6,000 square-foot pink stucco home in Pendleton's North Hill neighborhood dates to 1917 and abounds with handsome decorative details, including Chinese silk wallpaper and custom woodwork; it's a grand reminder that the Old West had its share of wealth and worldly sophistication. The rooms are quite lavish, some with original fireplaces and French doors leading to Juliet-style balconies—all have plush bedding and are decorated with fresh cut flowers. Most
of them share a bathroom, but it is large and beautiful. Lavish breakfasts might include eggs Benedict with prosciutto, toasted pecan-and-cranberry-stuffed French toast, or soufflé frittata ramekins.