by Joanna Nesbit
This boutique hotel offers a few unique extras and overlooks the Deschutes River, tucked away from main roads, but still within walking distance of Bend’s Old Mill District. Amenities include a complimentary locally sourced breakfast, complimentary craft beer or wine at check-in, fresh baked cookies, an in-room growler for visiting local breweries, free Wi-Fi and free parking. Guests also receive access to Bend’s private health club one block away, with indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, basketball/racquetball/squash courts. They also receive access to Bistro 28, the onsite restaurant.
Rooms come in a variety of spacious suite configurations. The smallest is the Standard King with a king bed, queen sofa bed and log fireplace. The Canyon View includes a king bed, sunken living room with queen sofa bed, fireplace and walk-out patio. The Deluxe King offers a separate bedroom with king bed for privacy and a queen Murphy bed. All rooms come with a mini-fridge and microwave.
Our Editor Loves
- Access to recreational center one block away
- Family suites
- Complimentary breakfast
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Sports
- Family Room 5+
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
by Bernadette P
We wanted somewhere special to celebrate our special wedding anniversary and my birthday and after extensive searching, found The Pine Ridge Inn near Bend.
We had a lovely welcome from Jennifer and offered beer, wine or cider and after a long journey from Seattle, it was very welcome.
Our canyon view room overlooked the river and was amazing.
It was beautiful and so clean , with good quality bedding and a very comfy bed .
There was a fireplace but we didn’t need it due to the lovely weather.
Jen kindly gave me a bottle of wine and Tom some beers.
Breakfast is simple but nice and adequate and served by a lovely lady ( sorry I didn’t get her name).
We leave tomorrow but will be back and highly recommended this lovely inn.
Thank you for making our anniversary and birthday special.
by Anton B
We have stayed with the Pine Ridge Inn 6 times in all seasons. Most recently February 7-10. The location is fantastic. The property views the Deschutes River from a basalt cliff. Car access is easy. Walking to the river trails and Mill District and downtown is fun.
The Inn is very cozy with spacious rooms. Very quiet and friendly staff. The morning breakfast room has a porch overlooking the river.
Our favorite place