Testimonials

3 years ago
We stopped here when we got stuck in a winter storm as an emergency and ended up there 2 days and were SO GLAD we did. The staff was awesome, the room was huge, New carpet and all newly painted, the room has a fridge and microwave and a roku tv with dish! The bathtub was awesome, clean and great water pressure. The market next door had deli food and good coffee! Then just across the road was a subway, Linda's restaurant which is a dinner with awesome food and good sized portions. There are 2 or 3 gas stations and 1 is a pilot. Not to even mention the amazing views of the Columbia River and bridge out of our hotel window plus surrounded by beautiful mountains on both sides. We had a really enjoyable stay in a less than desirable scenario.
LittleFarmBigDreams
4 years ago
Great place to stay! First time tjere and if we are ever in this neck of the woods again we will definitely be back! Kind office staff, allowed our pet, and comfortable beds!! Thanks for a great nights rest!
- Nicole K
a year ago
Nice little motel. As the pictures show, the rooms/furniture look a little dated but are clean and in good shape. Beds are comfortable. Compared to the free WiFi that is unusable slow at hotels that I’ve paid literally 3x more than this place, this free WiFi is actually fast. Super nice owners that makes your stay at this otherwise average motel an above average experience. The rate was more than reasonable for a single king bed during the busy summer season (it was actually the least expensive room within many miles). Linda’s restaurant across the street has good food to eat while you’re here. Bottom line: rated 5 stars even though this is not a 4-star hotel, but you don’t pay anywhere near 4-star prices. Worth every penny and the awesome owners make it even better. I would absolutely stay here again.
- Matt B

Room with a view

Known for our clean rooms and view of the Columbia River Gorge and Sam Hill Memorial bridge. Minutes from recreational camping, the Maryhill Museum and Amphitheater, Maryhill Stonehenge and local fishing.

Biggs Junction is the southern end of the Sam Hill Memorial Bridge (Interstate 97) which crosses the Columbia River to Maryhill, Washington. Three miles upstream of Biggs is the now-gone community of Grant and five miles upstream is the town of Rufus. Seven miles upstream is the John Day Dam. Five miles downstream of Biggs and Biggs Junction is the mouth of the Deschutes River.


We know how important your pet can be.  We are PET FRIENDLY!  We enjoy seeing you with your most loved companion. 

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91581 Biggs Rufus Highway
Biggs Junction, OR 97065
United States

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Mon:8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Tue:8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Wed:8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Thu:8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Fri:8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sat:8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sun:8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
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