IMG_8727Especially during the quieter months when dude ranching is less busy, we welcome Bed & Breakfast guests to Long Hollow Ranch for a weekend get-away, or for lodging while taking in local events such as concerts, rodeos or fairs.

The Long Hollow Ranch B&B is a place to get away from it all. You can be as active or as laid-back as you like. In warm weather the wrap-around porch is a beautiful and undisturbed place to read, sip lemonade, play board games on the table, or snooze. During colder weather there are books to read in the sitting room or your own private space. There is even a piano and a vintage Victrola. (Come see what that is!) One thing you won’t find at our B&B is a TV, but you can go online. In the dining room you can find cookies, coffee, tea or hot chocolate. You can even have an electric fireplace in your own room. Mmm, cozy.

Breakfast at Long Hollow is legendary. French toast, homemade waffles or pancakes, thick-sliced pepper bacon, oh my! Meals are served family-style at vintage oak tables. Enjoy meeting guests from all over the country, even other countries from time to time.

Long Hollow is located centrally to Madras, Sisters, Prineville, or Redmond. Much of the year there is something happening in at least one of these communities. Central Oregon is a great place to shop, whether horse tack, fashionable clothing, sports equipment or antiques are what you’re looking for. And fine dining? You bet!

The main house at Long Hollow was constructed in 1905 as the headquarters of the Black Butte Land and Livestock Company. The house later became a private residence. It was modernized and remodeled in the 1970s. In 1999 the house was extensively remodeled and updated to be used as a guest house. It still retains much of its vintage charm – just like Grandma’s house. The guest rooms are furnished with comfortable queen size beds, ample storage space and private baths.

Our guests tell us that they feel at home at Long Hollow B&B – like part of the family. Why not pay us a visit and see for yourself?