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Baker City Blue Door Inn

2324 1st St, Baker City, OR 97814-2502
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#2 of 6 B&Bs / Inns in Baker City
The Baker City Blue Door Inn is centrally located on a quiet, tree-lined street in the heart of the Baker City downtown historic district. Stroll our beautiful neighborhoods or visit one of several museums. Walk to local restaurants, shops, and breweries or enjoy a bike ride on the lovely Leo Adler trail along the beautiful Powder River. However you choose to spend your time, we are here to make your stay relaxing and memorable. All of our rooms include freshly brewed coffee and morning treats in our private guest area followed by a delicious buffet breakfast in the formal dining room. At Baker City Blue Door, we recognize that you have a choice in your lodging options and we are thankful that you are considering us.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Golf course
Children's television networks
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Street parking
Coffee shop
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Walking tours
Board games / puzzles
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Shared lounge / TV area
Express check-in / check-out
Private check-in / check-out
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Room features
Allergy-free room
Air conditioning
Bottled water
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
Wake-up service / alarm clock
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Room types
Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish
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I’ve debated writing this review but after reading Susie B.’s review I decided to. There weren’t too many hotel options in Baker City and my husband & I have only stayed in one other B&B years ago and had a positive experience so we decided to give this one a try. We, too, had trouble getting the front door unlocked when we arrived. There was no one to greet us, but our room key and an envelope for us on the table just inside the door. We understand that the Innkeeper cannot be there all the time so we weren’t too bothered by this. We found our room and it was very nice and clean. Bathroom was extremely small, but for one night, it was fine. We left to get dinner. When we returned we again had problems getting in the front door. After about the sixth try, we got it opened. After reading Susie B’s review, I’m glad we didn’t resort to ringing the bell! Again, no one around to welcome us. We decided to take advantage of the living room and went downstairs to read. There were decanters of wine and some fruit sitting out. Every time my husband and I would talk a dog started barking followed by a woman telling him to be quiet. This got to be tiresome so we went upstairs to our room. The next morning we went down to breakfast which was being served at 8:00. Still no sign of our Innkeeper. There were two young girls working in the kitchen. Six other guests came down for breakfast and we introduced ourselves. We were finally served breakfast by the two young ladies and what a disappointment! I’ll admit I am a fairly picky eater, but when you are cooking for several guests I would think it would be wise to make something most people would like. We were served spinach and mushroom omelettes, potatoes, and an English Muffin. I do not like spinach or mushrooms, plus it was cold. The potatoes were not done and they were cold. My English Muffin did not get toasted. Needless to say, I left that morning starving! The Innkeeper responded to Susie B, she had wine, treats, French press coffee, gourmet breakfast, and fresh flowers in the rooms. I never saw any treats and big deal if there’s French press coffee. There were two pots on the breakfast table and they were so small that they were constantly empty. Gourmet breakfast? Really? And you can have your fresh flowers! A decent breakfast would be better. I can’t believe the Innkeeper never came in and introduced herself. I would definitely not recommend this B&B to anyone.
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We enjoy our stay at the Blue Door Inn every time we visit. The hospitality is excellent and the rooms are spacious and appointed with the right amount of period antiques and modern conveniences. The breakfast is par excellent!
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A weekend away at a nice B & B for our Anniversary was spoiled by the owner's behavior and lack of people skills. · Room was nice. Clean and comfortable but the atmosphere was horrible. Staff (not the owner) at breakfast was very nice, she was new to the area. Unfortunately one of the reasons we were excited to stay here was to get some history on the town and of the house we were staying in. · The visit to this establishment was totally tarnished by the proprietor's behavior. When we arrived there was a note on the door with the keypad code. This indicated to us that no one was present. We entered, found our room key on the table and took our bags to our room still thinking no one was there. As we were leaving our room we could hear a dog barking in the room directly below ours then we heard the Inn Keeper scolding her for barking. Still she didn’t appear to greet or acknowledge us. Upon returning at 8:00pm we could not get the front door open door, after a couple failed attempts we had no choice but to ring the doorbell. Gaynelle, the Inn Keeper, threw open the door and instead of saying something about old doors needing tricks to open them,etc., looked at me, furrowed her brows and said my name like I had done something wrong. Her most fervent goal was to let me know I put the code in wrong (I hadn’t, it’s 4 numbers) and make sure I understood that the door was NOT locked. Then she told me that you have to pull the door towards you before trying to push down on the lever. Then once again reiterated that I had put the code in wrong and made me enter it in front of her. She then promptly returned to her quarters to continue watching her TV show (while her dog barked) this went on until a little after 10:00pm. The scolding at the door was the only time we saw her in our entire stay there. Payed for two nights but opted to not stay another. She was SO rude. It was a very weird unwelcoming feeling. The only time our hostess acknowledged us she was hostile and accusatory. All I can say is don't get on the wrong side of Gaynelle if you stay there. We of course will never go back.
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Response from Gaynelle N, Owner at Baker City Blue Door Inn
Responded Aug 20, 2019
This reservation was not made through TripAdvisor. It was one of 10-12 complete night stays given/donated to eastern Oregon non-profits by the Inn each year. We contribute to Carnegie Crossroads Art Center, Anthony Lakes, Oregon Film Festival, etc. The inn charges for nothing.. Wines, treats, French press coffee, gourmet breakfast, fresh flowers in room and common room are are all paid for And provided by the innkeeper. In this case someone in Idaho bought the night at a silent auction and then gave it to this guest as a thank you for services rendered.. This guest was given a prime weekend night for her anniversary. If this guest is interested in the history, email me some questions and i will do my best to answer. The staff person you spoke with at breakfast has worked here for more than a year. Best wishes,
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We went to Baker City to see Baker Heritage Museum and National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center and found this lovely decorated place in a very quiet neighborhood to stay for one night. Breakfast was wonderful (coffee deserves special mention) and the staff friendly. Big TV in the main living room.
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10 July 2019 A quite nice Band B spoiled by the owner's overcharging and behaviour . · Room was okay. Clean and comfortable but completely spoiled by reasons below. Breakfast okay but perhaps a choice would be better. Staff at breakfast were very nice. · The visit to this establishment was totally tarnished by the proprietor's behaviour. When we arrived there was a note on the door with keypad code. This indicated to me that no one was present. My bill was in an envelope on a table. When we found our room I opened this and to say I was shocked would be an understatement. The bill was for more than double what I had booked. At first I thought that I had made a mistake and checked my booking online but I was correct. I checked my credit card and the high amount had been charged I phoned booking.com to confirm this. The owner said in her reply to booking.com that she had 'lost' my booking - how come she had all my details? The next morning The breakfast server gave me a revised bill for the correct amount. I accepted that my refund would be forthcoming. I was wrong.. The owner never appeared during our 2 day stay even though we could hear her and her dog in her quarters. I would have thought that when you have made an error like this you would apologise to your client. Today is the 26th day after my arrival and after many phone calls and emails via booking .com she still has not refunded me. As of today booking.com have refunded me and have escalated the investigation with regard to the Blue Door Inn. Booking.com have dealt with this very well throughout. Beware Stayed in June 2019
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$216 - $286 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesOregonBaker City
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Frequently Asked Questions about Baker City Blue Door Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Baker City Blue Door Inn?
Nearby attractions include Baker Heritage Museum (0.3 miles), Barley Brown's Brew Pub (0.1 miles), and Leo Adler House Museum (0.03 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Baker City Blue Door Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Baker City Blue Door Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Baker City Blue Door Inn?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Baker City Blue Door Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Barley Brown's Brewpub, Sweet Wife Baking, and El Erradero.
Is Baker City Blue Door Inn located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.5 miles away from the center of Baker City.
Are pets allowed at Baker City Blue Door Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Baker City Blue Door Inn?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.