This gorgeous, 6,000 square-foot pink stucco home hasn't changed much since it was built in 1917. The Chinese wallpaper, custom fittings, woodwork—all original in this blend of French neoclassical and Italianate architecture. Located in Pendleton's North Hill neighborhood, the bed-and-breakfast is a grand reminder that the Old West had its share of wealth and worldly sophistication. Furnished with period furniture, the rooms are quiet and comfortable. Four of them share
one bathroom, designed by Pittock Mansion architect Edward T. Foulkes; according to the owner, it's so stunning that guests don't seem to mind the inconvenience. Gourmet breakfasts might include eggs Benedict with prosciutto, toasted pecan-and-cranberry-stuffed French toast, or soufflé frittata ramekins.