The charming Hollyhock Guest House, a cozy European cottage, is surrounded by a beautiful garden offering peace and serenity in all seasons. The cottage is located in a quite neighborhood of the quaint town of Mitchell.
This sweet little house has a cozy bedroom that looks right out into the lush trees and flowers. It features a comfy double size IKEA bed with a high quality mattress and fluffy down comforters. The kitchen has all the tools and equipment needed to whip up a memorable meal. The living room features a Flat Screen smartTV with a DVD player along with a selection of award winning and international movies. The comfy sofa pulls out easily into a bed for 2 additional guests. The adorable blue porch is the perfect breakfast nook from where you can enjoy the song of the many birds calling this place their home. Or dine outside in the BBQ area amongst the blooming bushes and fragrant roses. Wifi is available throughout the house and in the garden. Dogs are welcome and safe in the fenced in property.
The location of the Hollyhock Guest House is exceptional in its remoteness and breathtaking surrounding, a paradise for artists, nature lovers, and other sensitive people. From here you can set out each day for a new adventure to return to this peaceful oasis, the ideal place to spend quality time with yourself or with loved ones.
The cozy cottage is the perfect base to explore the Painted Hills -one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon just 9 miles away, and all the other units of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Smith Rock, Ochocco National forest, Fossil Beds and more.. The Painted Hills are located 9 miles from Mitchell. Sheep Rock is about 38 miles and houses the monument's visitor center as well as the Thomas Condon Paleontology museum with its large collection of ancient fossils. The Clarno unit is close to Fossil, about an hour drive from Mitchell. Another one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon- the awesome Smith Rock is about 1.5 hours away. All routes are on "the Journey through Time" Scenic Byway and the drives pass through spectacular diverse landscapes with magnificent views around every bend of the road. There is an abundance of outdoor recreation like hiking, fishing, bird and wild life watching, swimming or rafting the John Day River and hunting for fossils. It's possible to dig your own fossils in the Wheeler High School Fossil Beds for a small fee.