Prospect Historic Hotel B&B – Motel & Dinner House
(a Bed and Breakfast)
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Crater Lake’s closest full service town is showcased by the Prospect Historic Hotel-Motel and Dinner House. Built in 1888 as a Stage Coach Stop half-way between the Rogue Valley and Crater Lake, this Nationally Registered Historic Hotel has been restored to all of it’s glory.
Rates: $$$ (100-150)
Total Units: 24
- Air Conditioning
- Bike Friendly
- Concierge Services
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Family Friendly
- Full Breakfast
- Handicap Accessible
- High Speed Internet Access
- Pet Friendly
- Private Bathrooms
- Smoke Free
oregon Bike Friendly Business participant
This business has been officially recognized by Travel Oregon as Bike Friendly. Bike Friendly Businesses demonstrate a commitment to serving visitors who ride bikes and the specific amenities they may need. These businesses are making the Oregon bike experience better for our visitors and the people who live here. Find out more at RideOregonRide.com/BikeFriendly
Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association Member
This business is a member of the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association (ORLA). ORLA represents over 3,500 members and advocates for over 9,000 foodservice locations and 2,500 lodging establishments in Oregon. OregonRLA.org
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