Sleep in late or read a book in the comfy bed, the soft north light is delightful

Sleep in late or read a book in the comfy bed, the soft north light is delightful

Room eight at The Jennings Hotel was designed and built by proprietor, Greg Hennes, as a love letter to cabin life. Utilizing a simple palate of rough cut lumber and exposed brick, the nostalgic rusticity of room eight is elevated by considered details and a mixture of the found, curated and collected. Beautiful lighting by Portland based Rejuvenation bathes the space in a soft glow, setting the ambiance and accentuating its supple materiality. Whitewashed floors and beadboard ceiling in the livingroom, along with subway and pennyround tile in the bathroom add classic refinement to the space.

Welcome to The Jennings and the view that greets you in room 8

Stay a while, there's plenty of storage space in the custom cabinets

A place to read and one to write, with found patchwork quilt, field desk and O.C. White light from Rejuvenation  (don't forget to sign the guest book)

A fine family of Grouse, en la vida biodome

Cool down from your sauna on the sitting room bench, made from reclaimed redwood by Tom Bonamici

The honeycomb installation in room 8, created from the retired hives of our friends Sage & Tiandra

Welcome to the Jennings, now get ready to get sweaty.

Achieve sauna bliss with our hand drawn guide by Mary Rothlisberger

_DSC0178.jpg