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Small bronze-colored table lamp in the shape of a young boy holding goose. Next to the lamp are two ceramic Lithuanian candlelit oil warmers in the shape of a cottage. Wallpaper behind the lamp is Crabapple by Bradbury and Bradbury Art Wallpapers. Photo from the living room of the Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast in Joseph Oregon. Photo by Unique Angles Photography

Press and Accolades

“It’s not every day that I see a four-point buck wandering down the sidewalk of a town’s main street. But then again, it’s only my first evening in Joseph, Oregon. …”

Continue reading Lori Russell for Travel Oregon

“. . .I was floored when I saw my room. I stayed in the Mirror Lake room. I felt like I had been living under a rock my entire life, the room was decked out with the best of the best. The bathtub. Oh me oh my. . .”

Continue reading Dimensions to the Undefinable by Cassandra Leconte

“In a town known for its bronze foundries, the Bronze Antler Bed and Breakfast, a 1925 Craftsman bungalow generously furnished with European antiques and furniture, is a nice addition. …”

Continue reading Gerry Franks

“This restored 1925 Craftsman Bungalow is one block from downtown Joseph restaurants, galleries and shops. Breakfast is served in the dining room, where menu items alternate between sweet (waffles, pancakes and French toast) and savory (eggs, soufflé with spinach cream and vegetable frittata).

“We encourage our guests to be comfortable— more like second cousins we’ve not yet met,” says owner-innkeeper Heather Tyreman, who operates the inn with Bill Finney.”

From 1859 Magazine

“Are you a boomer adventurer who enjoys walking the forest after dark and laying down to sleep on rocks? Maybe you’re one who dreams of an alpine night in a jungle hammock? Boomerpdx dreams of a beautiful bed and breakfast like The Bronze Antler.

After one night there you’ll want a new bed at home as comfortable as the Bronze Antler. You’ll want recipes for the delicious food Heather and Bill make. Then you remember your home doesn’t have a view of the Oregon Alps from the dining room window. What to do?”

From BoomerPDX