From the outside, this lodge on Main Street is constructed like many others built in eastern Oregon during the timber boom of the late 1920s, using wood from the original mines' construction. Inside, the wood mingles with walls of deep blues and reds, reflecting a clean, homespun beauty. Eight assorted rooms of varying decor and size are available. You can "rock out" in high-backed wicker rocking chairs on the porch, or take a swing on the hammock. Rather than an alarm
clock, Pine Valley's wake-up call alerts the nose instead of the ears with homemade scones; the innkeepers also operate Nella's Kitchen bakery, a few doors away.