Marshall Stage Stop ~ Fishing Rm

House - Private room · O B Riley Road, Bend, OR 97701, United States
Your host, Cynthia
14 Reviews
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The Space

The Marshall Stage Stop is kid friendly, dog/horse friendly and old people friendly :-) Large sprawling farmhouse sits on 7 secluded acres, remodeled in 1970, it is very vintage with a western flair. There is lot's of elbow space, large lawns, two patios, hot tub, sauna, plenty of room for kids to run and play. Property is 1/2 mile north of Bend City limits, but very secluded and private. Surrounded by 80' Ponderosa Pines and Juniper trees. Close to shopping, restaurants, the Deschutes River Trail and Tumalo State Park.

The Marshall Stage Stop offers TWO Bedrooms for rent: $75 per night / per room (2 people in each room) (+ $10.00 for a third person in the Fishing Room)

This listing is for The Fishing Room. It has a four poster queen bed, with a love seat that pulls out for a twin hide-a-bed. There is a full bath adjacent to The Fishing Room that is shared.

We have a second bedroom available under the listing Marshall Stage Stop ~ Cape Cod Room ~ this quaint room has a comfy full size bed, it is very sunny and airy with lots of windows, a private entrance, an adjacent full bath and sauna that is shared. There is a 2nd full bath with tiled shower that is shared. To the right of listing website should show the Cape Cod room under "my other listings".

Cyndy and Stella are your Inn Keepers. You will have the run of house. If you desire to do your own cooking and dining in, you are welcome to full use of the kitchen. Each morning I will provide fresh fruit, muffins, coffee and tea. Gluten free options and green smoothies available upon request. After a day of adventure in Central Oregon there's nothing nicer than relaxing in the sauna or soaking in the hot tub under the stars, surrounded by 80' ponderosa pines with snow flakes melting on your nose... or hanging out in the sauna.

I have a Pak & Play available for babies/toddlers.

WiFi - yes via CenturyLink

HORSES ~ You are welcome to bring your own horses whether you are passing through, here to explore the area or here to participate in a local equine event. The horse facilities aren't fancy, but they are secure and safe. The fee for horses would be $25.00 for 1 or 2, plus $10 for each additional for the length of your stay. You will provide your own feed.

I look forward to hosting you on your next visit to Central Oregon

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 3
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1.5
Beds: 1
Extra people: $10 / night after 2 guests
Cancellation: Flexible
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Other pet(s)
Overall Guest Satisfaction
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  • We had a wonderful stay with Cynthia, Stella and Ansel. The house was a true Central Oregon ranch home with a kitchen large enough to feed a troop of hungry backpacking campers that had been rained out of their trip a day into it. Cynthia responded quickly to our request, was a gracious hostess and a truly compassionate person. Between walking marathons, running the ranch, and keeping a six bedroom home operating, she cares for her aging loved ones with a heart of gold and smile on her face. It was a pleasure and privilege to get to stay on a true ranch and be reminded of my childhood in eastern Oregon. Thanks Cynthia. We hope to see you this winter for a ski trip!

    September 2013
  • Cyndy was a wonderful host, and I wish we could have stayed longer to get to know her better. The house is a great mix of down-home comfort, museum-quality southwestern artifacts and ranch memorabilia. I loved the beautiful hand-stitched quilts in the Marshall Stage Stop room and Navajo blankets in the living room. Her two dogs are very affectionate and well-trained, giving me the sense that she must be an expert horse trainer as well - if only I could learn how to round up cattle with her someday! Judging from the plaques on her wall, it looks like she is very involved in her community and environmental issues. When we woke up, she served us fresh coffee, muffins and fruit before we dashed out the door to climb the gorgeous Obsidian Flow south of Bend. Highly recommended.

    September 2013
  • Wonderful hot tub under the stars....perfect after a long climb up South Sister!

    September 2013
  • We had a wonderful stay at Cynthia's! Immediately, we felt welcomed and at home. She's got a great thing going! Definitely will be staying in the Fishing Room again next time we make it to Bend.

    September 2013
  • Cynthia was a wonderful host! We got in a bit late, around 9, dropped our things off and headed into Bend for dinner. After elk burgers at Deschutes Brewery we soaked in the hot tub under stars bright enough to see the Milky Way. Cynthia was very thoughtful and had laid towels on all of our beds before we arrived, and showed us how to use the hot tub during the tour, so we could jump right in.

    I was traveling with two friends, two of us stayed in the "Simpler Times" room and the third stayed in the Cape Cod room, right by the bathroom. ("Simpler Times" room not yet posted on the site, but very comfy. One bed was twin, the other was larger. All decorations were from pre 1960's.) I got up first in the morning and Cynthia made me a great smoothie. Also, gluten free items were available for breakfast upon request.

    Cynthia was a very accommodating and sweet host. Gave lots of good recommendations for what to see on our way to Bend and to Crater Lake and even printed out maps for us.

    August 2013
  • Cyndy is a fantastic person and a gracious hostess. She took great care of me and my two dogs, and invited us to join her and her dogs on off-leash hikes.

    My dogs loved the freedom to explore the property and I enjoyed getting to know Cyndy and her other guests.

    Overall, a wonderful experience that I look forward to repeating the next time I visit Bend.

    August 2013
  • Enjoyed meeting Cynthia very much. Two friends and I spent two nights with this hospitable and friendly lady while on a road trip to the OR coast.

    August 2013
  • Great place to stay! Cynthia was a delightful host, staying up late to make sure we were settled in. After a comfortable sleep, she had coffee and muffins and had cut up a cantaloupe for us for breakfast. She offered to let us use a state parks pass to go up to Smith Rock, but we had other plans so we didn't end up using it. Highly recommended! Thanks, Cynthia!

    August 2013
  • Despite a mix up on the Air BnB reservations, Cynthia went out of her way to make it a comfortable and worthwhile stay at her place. The evening hot tub soak and continental breakfast are nice perks too!

    August 2013
  • Cyndy was an absolute doll, serving up genuine hospitality but in a gracious and unobtrusive way. Breakfast was low-key and delicious with fresh fruit, great coffee and yummy muffins. Best, however, was hot tubbing under the stars. Cyndy even offered me a glass of wine. This is a laid back place with outstanding hospitality. Looking forward to returning...hopefully with horses.

    August 2013
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Lifetime ranchers now retired, we are willing to share our simple life and ranch hospitality with you when you stay and play in Central Oregon.
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