|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
The Prairie Rose Guesthouse is located near the heart of quaint downtown Prairie City in Eastern Oregon, along the Old West Scenic Bikeway. Built in 1889 it is one of the older homes in Prairie City. The self-catering facility is a great jumping off point for all kinds of outdoor activities any season of the year.
The Prairie Rose Guesthouse has a fully equipped kitchen and sleeps 9 people in our 4 Regions of Oregon guestrooms with a couch and several pack-n-plays available for additional sleeping as well. There is a formal dining room which can seat 8-10. Upstairs there is the International room, a great gathering place to play games and watch videos. Downstairs there is an additional sitting room/library with a piano and seating for a cozy reflective space.
The Prairie Rose Guesthouse purposely does not have internet or cable television..... it truly is a place to get away and reconnect with family & friends.
The Prairie Rose House is amazing! Very clean and it feels like home. The Strawberry Mountain Wilderness is awesome as well. We will be back! Thank you for letting us enjoy your home!!!
I travel around the state for work and have stayed in a vast variety of hotels and vacation rentals. So I have become a little picky about where I stay. This has to be my number one favorite out of anywhere I have stayed! The whole house is gorgeous, tastefully decorated with beautiful antiques and vin
Prairie City was planned as just being a stop over on a long ride from Hells Canyon to Crater Lake.
However the house was a highlight on our tour. Very nice and cosy. Our family especially the 12 year old twin girls absolutely liked being there.
This family sized cottage served my family well. All the rooms are beautifully decorated and pleasant to be in. The kitchen was were we all hung out the most during meals and it is stocked with everything a person would need. We made Huckleberry scones the morning after picking berries and did not have to go to the store to get one thing. What a delightful stay. We recommend it to anyone with a large family who all want to be together for a reunion, holiday or spreading ashes of a loved one as we did. Sweet little town of Prairie City was very accommodating for all of us and we really enjoyed our stay.
I did not know what to expect before coming to this beautiful home. The pictures did not do it justice. In fact, I took pictures of every room, just to remember how lovely it was. The detail in every room was wonderful to look at! The kitchen had labeled drawers, which made finding everything we needed quick and easy. Our only regret was that we were barely in the home, as we were attending many family reunion functions this weekend. We would have loved to have spent more time, enjoying it's warmth and charm. Seriously, we loved the place.
This home is beautiful. It has everything you need, comfortable beds, games, videos, and a great view of the mountains. The kitchen is very nice to work in and if you need any spices, ketchup, tea, coffee, etc. it is probably there and is available for using. We stayed 4 nights in this house and found plenty to do in the area. John Day is just 13 miles away with 2 museums. One is the Chinese museum which is very interesting. Canyon City is home to Grant County museum which is excellent also. In Prairie City is the DeWitt museum. Farther afield is Sumpter where you can tour the gold dredge and if you are there in the summer on the weekend you can ride the steam train. There is hiking not far away in the Strawberry Mountains and there were so many butterflies :) and mosquitoes :(
My family really enjoyed our stay at the Prairie Rose Guesthouse and the price was very reasonable also. We will definitely recommend this house to everyone we know.
There are many great museums in Grant County covering the gold mining history as well as the ranching history of this area. Plenty of opportunity for outdoor activity... only 13 miles from Strawberry Wilderness Trailheads. A day trip could take you to the John Day fossil beds heading west, or heading east you will find The Sumpter Valley Railroad or further on Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.