The Jennings Hotel is the world's first Kickstarter funded Hotel and artist residency. Room 7 features impeccable design and furniture by Brendon Farrell, a clawfoot bathtub with shower, a nest-like lofted bed and access to our shared kitchen-library & sauna. All nestled in the mountains of Northeast Oregon.
Designed from top to bottom by Brendon Farrell, room 7 achieves a relaxed elegance with clean lines and a simple materials palette. Whitewashed fir & plywood are set off by pops of color on a custom couch and chair made for the room. A lofted bed allows for generous living space and a breakfast nook bathed in morning light creates the perfect spot to enjoy your coffee, write a poem or do very limited amounts of work.
Guests will have access to their room, our communal kitchen, the library and sauna. Our downstairs neighbor Arrowhead Chocolates, brews Stumptown coffee and serves a fine selection of teas. They also make an unbelievable array of delectable chocolate truffles in house.
Interakcija s gostima
If not on site, Renee or I will be able to assist you with by phone, text message or email
The Jennings is a hotel in progress and as such, you may encounter some dust. I like to think of it as bits of magic finding their way into the world. This project is a labor of love and the dust is a byproduct, it's not a sawmill or a flour factory, but don't expect an Intel cleanroom, either. I typically try to keep noise levels low when guests are staying, but there may occasionally be some hammering at respectful hours.
• The Jennings Hotel is self check-in YOU MUST READ YOUR AIRBNB ITINERARY or you may not be able to get in
• Room 7 has a loft bed with steep stairs and a 4' ceiling in the loft, you must be comfortable and able to use the stairs in order to book this room
• To insure the comfort and safety of everyone, we respectfully request that all guests are at least 12 years of age
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I'm an optimist-dreamer with entrepreneurial tendencies and a devotion to kindness, friendship and sharing traditional craft through my non-profit, Prairie Mountain Folk School.