Want to get away from it all/step back in time? Come enjoy court yard sitting by the koi pond. Also local wildlife will come for an occasional visit. Apt. is 800 sq. ft. of restful quiet space/ fully furnished. Enjoy the local history, old church nearby, old tractors and trucks for viewing, museum 9 miles away & 2 miles to Oregon Raceway Park. No hidden costs in price stated - no cleaning fees - no security deposit. Coffee/juice bar furnished with items in fridge to fix your own light breakfast.
“Came to Grass Valley to do a track day at the Oregon Raceway Park 2 miles away. This was a great experience for us. A large indoor space with a great yard and Koi pond just outside. There are lots of nice touches to make you feel at home; a full sized fridge and plenty of kitchen supplies; two full bathrooms, well stocked. Plenty of historical items around the property to put you in the mood to see more of Grass Valley. I've driven through Grass Valley plenty of times, but never spent any time there--a real mistake. Be sure to walk a couple blocks to see the old abandoned church, the old school house on the hill and the line of old farm trucks. This used to be a thriving town because of the labor that used to be required to run the farms. Then, use this place as a base to explore all the good stuff you can see on the back roads in Central Oregon. Not the Ritz, but clean and comfortable. A real value. We would be delighted to stay here again.”
This bright & conveniently located homestead dates to 1919. It's been thoughtfully restored with new bathroom, gas fireplace, fridge, dishwasher, wood flooring, and more. Enjoy the high-desert sunshine and superb trout fly-fishing on the Deschutes River. We are encouraging telecommuters and catering to trout fisherman. A new high-speed fiber WiFi environment is present for getting work-at-home office stuff done during the heat of the day, so you can fish in the am and pm when the bite is best.
“This is an amazing one of a kind cabin in a prime location in Maupin. Walking distance to near everything in town. The decor is fantastically unique... rustic but with all the important creature comforts... comfortable beds, hot water a plenty, good coffee maker, comfortable furniture, fast wifi in a rural town that lacks good cell coverage in some places. I would not suggest it for kids or even younger adults as it is not made for people that can not be respectful of the delicacy of the priceless decor or the close proximity to lovely full time residents. And it is not a home ideal for entertaining many guests or cooking meals for several people. I went with a friend. We could have had a second couple stay with us but I found having this small cabin alone to the two of us to be a perfect fit.”
Our Traditional rooms have a shared bath. There are 2 1/2 bathrooms on each floor that serve only 7 rooms so there is seldom waiting. Grace, ease and simplicity await you at the boutique 20 room Balch Hotel. Our on-site dining and spa services, sunny patio, beautiful grounds and majestic Mt Hood views inspire getaways for personal rejuvenation and re-connection, or a romantic getaway. Each cozy room is uniquely styled with antique furnishings, original art and comfy beds that guests rave about.
“This was hands down the highlight of our trip. The Balch Hotel, its beautiful garden, pond, & outside patio was a great place to relax under the blue skies and sunshine of Dufur. Crystal clear views of Mt. Hood, coupled with Adirondack chairs and hammocks are all the things vacations are made of. Not only was the historic hotel and period decor a welcome change to typical lodging, but the amenities can’t be beat. From the fresh, homemade cookies that greeted us upon arrival, to the friendly hospitality that prompted us to make dinner reservations, to the extremely talented chef(s)... within the first hour I was already regretting that we weren’t staying longer. The local treats featured throughout the hotel (teas, wines, food, soaps) were a nod to all the things the area has to offer. And the hotel’s charm invites guests to unplug, relax, play a game in the parlour, laugh with friends over drinks, curl up with a good book, or just sit back and enjoy the beauty. This place is a must stay for Oregonians and tourists alike. We will most definitely be back on our next trip to Oregon!”