Loved everything about the R and R Guesthouse. From the comfortable bed to the delicious breakfast we enjoyed it all.
Older place but remodeled very nicely. Excellent place to stay a little on the pricey side but very nice place.
Clean and quiet with a friendly and helpful staff.
The room was spacious and comfortable. Friendly and helpful staff. Strong wifi. Convenient to have a good restaurant on site.
It was clean, safe, & owners very accommodating ! Price is right
I got exactly what I paid for- a low budget hotel that I could sleep at and continue the next day. Nothing bad, obviously not a 5 star hotel but I wasnt expecting that. It was clean, staff was nice, and the room was fine.
Took us an hour to check in as she could not find our paid for reservation. We drove 14 hours that day and just wanted to go to bed. Manager would not help, was out of town. Next person to work would not come in an hour early to figure it out. Misserable
I was amazed the one exit by our room was under construction and unusable. Sounds like a fire hazard to me.
Guys at front were nice. Not too busy, parking out front.
Adults need entertainment as well, so plan some time at Dry Hollow Vineyards.
To visit it, head off the beaten track and make your way to The Dalles, which is 100 miles from the state capital, Salem.
Why drag the kids all the way across town when you can stay 6 miles away from Dry Hollow Vineyards at one of the 11 possible hotels? You will find something suitable at the Comfort Inn Columbia Gorge and Celilo Inn.
There is no need to fork out more than you can afford on your hotel. Opt to stay at one of the popular budget hotels that are in the surrounding area. Some establishments that come highly recommended include the Super 8 The Dalles OR and the Oregon Motor Motel.