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Eastern Oregon Hotels

Frenchglen Hotel

Pros

  • Historic round barn is on-site
  • Close to Steens Mountain and Malheur Refuge
  • Stay overnight in an authentic 1920s, rural American home

Cons

  • Shared bathrooms
  • No phones or TV

Updated 12/31/1969

Fodor's Review

A historic example of the 1895–1930 architecture called "American Foursquare," the 1920 Frenchglen Hotel is a simple white wooden house with a porch—Americana at its renovated best. State-owned, managed by John Ross, the hotel serves up a family-style dinner (reservations essential) to guests and the public at the long wooden tables in the combination lobby-dining room. Breakfast and lunch are also served, and meals sometimes incorporate produce grown in the cute garden

out back. The small bedrooms, upstairs off a single hallway, share two bathrooms; five modern units with queen beds and private baths are in the back. Though still a part of the Frenchglen Hotel, the newer addition is called Drover's Inn.

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Hotel Information

Address:

39184 Hwy. 205, Frenchglen, Oregon, 97736, United States

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Phone:

541-493–2825

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Nov.–mid-Mar.
  • 8 rooms

Updated 12/31/1969

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