The Scandinavian Hall:
Castle in North Powder, Oregon
Reimagined with inspiration from its historical European ancestors, The Scandinavian Hall aims to offer a space of suspended reality, where you’re protected from every attack on your serenity. A mixture of Spanish Colonial furniture and Old World styles, the rustic furniture and distinctive decor are meant to create the ideal ambiance for relaxation before and after a long day of conquering the surrounding wilderness.
Following an open concept, both sides of the hall feature one of our Concha Old Door Beds on the main floor, with two full-sized beds in the loft. Each side has a wood stove, bathroom, and kitchen stocked with essentials to cover the basics.
Sit on our Silla Guanajuato Chairs at the big, dining room tables meant to mimic the tables Vikings would gather, feast, and celebrate around in halls throughout Europe during the Viking Ages.
A bit of history:
A Scottish immigrant, John Shaw, hand-built this European-inspired hall in the early 1900s by chiseling every inch of stone he quarried locally. For years, John’s brother used the building as a mercantile store that sold all kinds of goods; groceries, farming equipment, hardware, shoes, furniture, tools, and tires. Throughout the early 20th century, it helped support and serve eastern Oregon community members and visitors. The Scandinavian Hall is an incredible monument of eastern Oregon history; it’s listed as an Oregon Historic Site through the National Registry of Historic Places.
More around the space
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