The Frenchglen Hotel and restaurant are temporarily closed as Oregon Parks and Recreation Department conducts a search for the next operator after the the former operator retired. Thank you for your patience as we work to find a replacement. The grounds are still open for day use.
Frenchglen Hotel is a small slice of peace and quiet in southeastern Oregon at the gateway to the mighty Steens Mountain. You don't need to drive to the Sierra Nevada or Montana to get that glorious wide-open sky feeling. Come and enjoy the history and unique beauty of this timeless piece of Oregon history.
Much like stagecoach travelers of the early 20th Century, you can stay in one of the hotel's rustic rooms. The dining room and lobby are great places to meet and get to know your fellow travelers. And like the olden days, the restrooms are down the hall.
The property was acquired in 1973 from the U. S. Government General Services Administration to preserve the historic hotel and outbuildings characteristic of early development in the region. The hotel was built about 1917 to serve visitors to the community.