Bronze Antler Bed and Breakfast Joseph OR on the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway.  Photo by Unique Angles Photography Check Availability
Eastern Oregon
Bed and Breakfast

The Bronze Antler is an American-style bed & breakfast with European influence. Our 1925 Craftsman Bungalow was originally home to one of Joseph's sawmill supervisors. The warm patina of original woodwork, copper-plated hardware, and period-inspired hand-painted stencils accents all rooms. Local craftspeople helped us restore this home in keeping with the William Morris tradition of the European Arts and Crafts movement.

In the living room you'll find cozy reading nooks near the fireplace. Custom Arts and Crafts period stenciling frames our William Morris-inspired decor.Our living and dining rooms hold a mixture of European antiques and comfortable furniture. A DVD-dedicated television (no satellite or cable channels), games, puzzles, and a library of hiking guides, field guides, and local books and maps are available for your use. Plan your day  of gallery hopping and bronze foundry touring. Reconnoiter for your hike or bike ride, or plan your wilderness horseback or llama trek. Browse through our local restaurant menus while sipping complimentary soft drinks from the guest refrigerator. Enjoy a glass of sherry in front of the candlelit fireplace (of age guests only, please). The entire bed & breakfast has secure wireless internet access. Bring along your laptop for checking email and surfing.

A favorite breakfast at the Bronze Antler Bed and Breakfast in Joseph, Oregon.In the morning Bill serves a wholesome, savory breakfast prepared from many local ingredients. We believe in choice—you tell us when you’d like your breakfast between 7:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. Pop downstairs as early as 6 a.m. and take a cup of delicious organic
Mulligan's Coffee™ coffee or a spot of tea back to your room. Better yet, we'll give you a go-cup so you can take in the morning freshness at our nearby Joseph City Park.

A French omlette with fresh fruit is a typical breakfast at the Bronze Antler in Eastern Oregon.Hot water for tea or cocoa and individualized coffee service are always available. Refreshments and Heather’s fresh desserts are set out later in the day. Enjoy them in our living room or outdoors on the covered porch. Looking for a late night snack? Raid the bottomless cookie jar!

We feature regional wines of the Columbia River Valley in our cellar. Please feel welcome to bring along your own favorites. Glasses and corkscrews are available in each guest room.
 

"Northeast Oregon's premier bed and breakfast"
-- David & Joan Vokac,
authors of The Great Towns of Oregon


Rated "Highly Recommended" in Frommer's Oregon 4th edition

Featured in Northwest Best Places 15th edition

"Top 15 Mountain Retreats" – Arrington’s InnTraveler 2005 Book of Lists




Here's what some of our guests
have to say about us:


". . .What a beautiful place you've created" (Richland, Washington)



A recent visitor in our rock garden
(don't eat the flowers!)



Opening weekend guests Jim & JoAnn relaxing on the front steps with Bébé"We enjoyed your company even more-WHAT BREAKFASTS!"
(Atlantic Beach, Florida)


"I can't tell you how much we enjoyed our stay with you. I scored a perfect "10" on the Valentine's Day Scale.
See you this summer."
(Spokane, Washington)

 

                      

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The Bronze Antler Bed and Breakfast

Located in scenic Joseph, Oregon
on the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway

Heather Tyreman & Bill Finney, Innkeepers
309 South Main
P.O. Box 74
Joseph, Oregon 97846


Telephone: (541) 432-0230     Fax: (541) 432-6219
Toll Free: (866) 520-9769

email: info@bronzeantler.com     website: www.bronzeantler.com
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Wallpaper stencil courtesy of Amy Miller of Trimbelle River Design & Studio www.trimbelleriver.com