The hill street approach to this hotel sets the scene for the historical treasure that awaits the visitor. It sits among several early 20th C cattle/wheat/sheep baron homes. But the decor is the real thing: original silk wallpaper and drapes, wood floors and well kept historical features (tiny wall safes, ancient intercom system, occasional odd electrical outlets, walk-in compartmentalized closets...). The same architect as the Pittock mansion, so the (shared) working shower has surround spray, and a central rainshower head. The hostess is gracious and down to earth, intelligent and well traveled, experienced. The toiletries and breakfast were nice without being lavish.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking