The Ceiling of the Seven Arches in room 5. A sight to behold as you watch the light move across the room

The Ceiling of the Seven Arches in room 5. A sight to behold as you watch the light move across the room

Room five pays homage to 108 years of The Jennings Hotel with a forward looking design and timeless natural finishes. Inspired by the building's existing vernacular and enhanced with cathedral-like geometry, architect Chris Brown of Observation Studio created a petite sanctuary for guests. Room five evokes the expansive architecture of sacred spaces, while bringing it to a human scale that envelops you with grace and encourages contemplation.

 A beautiful quilt by Handed Studio, with bedside sconces designed by  Chris Brown

A beautiful quilt by Handed Studio, with bedside sconces designed by Chris Brown

 The entry sequence, with vanity and sink in room 5

The entry sequence, with vanity and sink in room 5

 One of 3 shared bathrooms available for guests in room 5

One of 3 shared bathrooms available for guests in room 5

The Living space in room five, with solid white oak furniture by Chris Brown

 Reflections

Reflections

Our communal kitchen, a place to gather, imbibe, be inspired and make friends with cutting boards from M.Crow in Lostine

 Suggestions to observe on your way to sauna bliss

Suggestions to observe on your way to sauna bliss

 Cool down and clean up in the sauna cold plunge

Cool down and clean up in the sauna cold plunge

 Welcome to the county, your sauna awaits

Welcome to the county, your sauna awaits

 The Jennings Hotel from a perch above main street

The Jennings Hotel from a perch above main street