House decorated to period 1920-30’s. Amazed the original silk walls. And drapes are in perfect condition. We had a large upstairs King Size bed room. “Mathersea” weather was 107 but the room was very comfortable, With A/C on and heavy curtains closed, we stayed comfortable. Updated bathrooms with the look of 1930. Very Clean!! The breakfasts were high end and served with period plates and table servings. A block away from downtown. No TV but WiFi worked well, so would stream a few shows at night. Host Jack was very attentive and helpful. Would love to go back!
Jack & Will provide a great experience and the breakfast Jack made was incredible! Great hospitality and a nice historic property close to everything. We will be back on our next trip to wonderful Pendleton. I recommend this property to anyone seeking a great B & B experience.
We took a "staycation" for the long weekend and stayed two nights at the Pendleton House in the Mathersa Room. It was delightful. I looked out the window and could imagine what it felt like to be the Queen of Pendleton with the entire town at my feet, only a couple of blocks down the hill to restaurants and shopping. There was even a band playing on Main Street we could hear when we went outside. The main street lights sparkled at night, we kept the curtains open so we could enjoy them. It was easy to find from the highway. I can't imagine staying in a chain hotel when you could stay in such a lovely place. The hosts were charming as was Pendleton, The house is beautiful, classy and has a sense of history but it is still comfortable and not at all fussy or precious. Which was always my concern about staying at a B&B. We weren't afraid to sit in the chairs or relax on the shared with the room next door patio upstairs connected to our room. Breakfasts were *chefs kiss* delicious. Mr. Jack can garnish a plate like you wouldn't believe and prides himself on never repeating a breakfast during a stay! I wouldn't mind if he had. I need his rosemary potato recipe. Food sensitivities and restrictions weren't a problem since we told them what they were in advance. Non dairy, no problem! There are no TVs but we had tablets and the wifi is free. We can't wait to find an excuse to return. Need something extra? They'll make it happen for you. A bottle of bubbly, or a glass of whiskey, a cheese plate or warm cookies, let them know they'll make it happen.…
We were traveling across northern Oregon, and stopped at this B&B. Our room had two baths, one with shower and sink, the other with a tub, sink, and toilet. The room was supper comfortable, as was the rest of the house. Breakfast was well presented ane very tasteful. Jack Rowe was very hospitable and informative guide.
Wonderful hospitality at this charming Italian Renaissance home. A large comfortable living room with a cozy fire, was a lovely space to spend the evening before retiring to bed. The bedroom suite provided a very restful night. The full morning breakfast was truly delicious (excellent chef). We highly recommend this way point on your journey.
Enjoyed a lovely, lovely stay at the Pendleton House Historic Inn last week. The house is beautiful and authentic to its time period in so many details. The bedrooms were lovely and well appointed. The innkeeper was gracious and charming. And the inn is pet friendly. My pet felt very comfortable and well cared for....there is a sweet historic park near by to walk to and of course both the Pendleton Woolen Mill factory store and a number of eclectic down town establishments near to the Inn. I also greatly enjoyed the wonderful breakfast and am already looking forward to my next stay.
For years we would speed past Pendleton, Oregon on I-84, never knowing that there was an historic downtown full of bars and restaurants or a place like the Pendleton House just a couple minutes off the highway. The Pendleton House bed and breakfast is truly the nicest B&B we've ever stayed at. GORGEOUS, historical home, the best bathroom and shower in the world, period details, delicious breakfast, hosts who go well beyond the norm to make you feel taken care of. We sat by the roaring fire Jack laid out for us listening to music, enjoyed the unexpected and very much appreciated appetizers, slept in a beautiful room, and came downstairs in the morning to another roaring fire and scrumptious breakfast. We couldn't have asked for better service or more hospitality. If you are driving along I-84 on your way to Portland or Boise, stop in Pendleton and stay here! You will never forget it!…
What a perfect and delightful stay at this beautiful BnB. First off, Tracy is the BEST! He is everything you’d ever want in a host. I can see why so many guests love him. We stayed in the Mathersa Room and loved how spacious it was and the balcony was fantastic. We had the place to ourselves on our midweek stay and had a chance to see all of the beautifully appointed rooms. Breakfast the next morning was delish! I am so glad I choose Tracy’s beautiful BnB as our stopping place in Pendleton. Stay here, you won’t regret it.
My wife, daughter and I stayed at this lovey inn and all had a great time. The inn is well located near the town center. The inn is a historically well preserved reflecting the original furniture and features of the owner. You feel like you are entering an elegant home from the turn of the century. The rooms are all individually well decorated with antique beds and furniture. Each had their own charm. The next morning, we were greeted at a breakfast table with fresh flowers, freshly home made croissant, coffee and juice. We had a delicious breakfast with the host and owner, Tracey. He is incredibly gracious, knowledgeable and a great cook. Tracey helped set up a last minute visit at the underground tour and even dropped us off the center. We will definitely come back.
We stayed two nights at this lovely, historic house. Every detail was perfect - from the comfortable bed, to the amenities in the room, to the balcony overlooking Main Street, to the delicious breakfast, to our charming host. In addition to cooking the yummy breakfast, Tracy explained that many of the foods came from the farm he owns and operates. He was delightful company over a cup of coffee after breakfast. Oh, and everything was spotless!