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Sisters Oregon Bed and Breakfast

Blue Spruce Bed and Breakfast  
Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: (541) 549-9644, email: innkeeper@blue-spruce.biz
Our B&B is a custom-built, two-story house with rustic decor that fits with the surrounding tall ponderosa pines and juniper trees. We offer "downtown Sisters convenience, located in a quiet residential neighborhood. Each of our rooms has the same accommodations for 2 people. A king-size bed, gas-log fireplace and sitting area, TV-VCR, mini refrigerator and a private bath with a spa tub. Our great room offers a large wood burning fireplace, game table and reading corner

  

Conklin's Guest House
69013 Camp Polk Rd, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: (541) 549-0123, toll free: (800) 549-4262
At the end of a busy day, come home to Conklin's and soak up some old fashioned hospitality. All guests are served evening refreshments and a full country breakfast in the morning. Trout ponds are stocked for catch and release fishing, the swimming pool is heated and there are plenty of places around the grounds to relax in privacy. As a Bed and Breakfast, the house offers guests a truly peaceful environment within walking distance of the bustling shops and restaurants of Sisters. The Sisters area is famous for its scenic beauty and year-round outdoor recreation. From the high lakes to the high desert, sunny skies usually allow for a wide range of activities -- golf, skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, boating and fishing -- to name a few.

Long Hollow Ranch
71105 Holmes Rd, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: (541) 923-1901, email: howdy@lhranch.com
During the months of October, November, March, April and May, Long Hollow offers Bed and Breakfast stays (excluding Thanksgiving and Easter weekends). Small groups and meetings are also welcome. Fall and spring weather can be unpredictable and capricious, so outdoor activities may be limited, but the ranch houses are quiet and comfortable - A Perfect Getaway! Coffee, tea, fresh water and juice are always available. Breakfasts at Long Hollow Ranch are delicious and satisfying. There are many fine restaurants, delis and cafes available nearby.

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