Grandview Bed & Breakfast is located on the Historic Homes Walking Tour and features wonderful Columbia River views. Two 2-bed rooms and three 1-bed rooms, all with private baths in this beautiful Victorian Astoria Bed and Breakfast. Two Suites also available.
Charleen Maxwell and her daughter Loretta welcome you to their light, cheerful Victorian with wonderful Columbia River views. Museums, 100-year-old churches, and great restaurants nearby. Have Breakfast in the Tower area or the Turret for Two. Wonderful view from the balcony off Treetops Room on third floor. Room choices include three 1-bed rooms, and two 2-bed rooms. All with private baths, some with canopy beds. Full breakfast.
"I have traveled all over the world and for the first time I found in this country of the computers such a romantic house with such poetic rooms at the Grandview Bed & Breakfast."
-- Thanks, MD from Paris, France.
Wake up to sunbeams streaming through bay windows in the sunny south side room. Lilac and Iris motif. Views of Astoria Column, treetops and nearby Victorian homes. Queen bed, and canopy twin bed. Private bath. $151.
Overlooks Columbia River. Queen canopy bed. Private bath. $159.
Bird books and song bird wallpaper. Queen bed. Private bath. $139.
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Most popular room. Spacious room with view of Columbia River from tower windows or balcony. Queen canopy bed. Private bath. $177.
Wonderful view of Washington State mountains, Columbia River, and the rolling clouds dictated the blue and white motif. Queen canopy bed and a twin daybed. Private bath. $169.
This peaceful room abounds with sweet peas and butterflies (you can study the names of butterflies as you sit on "The Throne"). Mini view of ships to the North and Victorian homes to the South from your East windows. Queen canopy bed. Private bath, but can you find your sink? If so, price is $139.
Spacious room with spectacular view from balcony overlooking the Columbia River and town. Queen bed. Private bath. $170.
Sleeps four. Two single bedrooms with shared bath between them. "Treetops Room" is a spacious room with spectacular views from balcony overlooking the Columbia River and town. Shares bath with "Anastasia's Room." Smallest and coziest room with pink petal paper, pictures and comforter. View of Victorian homes, treetops and The Astoria Column. Queen beds. $221.
Sleeps four. "Cloud 9." Wonderful view of Washington State mountains, Columbia River, and the rolling clouds dictated the blue and white motif. Queen bed and daybed. "the Secret Garden" is a large, but cozy, peaceful room. Queen canopy bed, two baths. $238.
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$139-$238 per night — open all year. Visa, MC, and Discover.
From 5/1-5/20 and from 9/15-10/15 enjoy $11.00 less. Most rooms, Sunday through Thursday night. Check out our Facebook site for specials events and rates, which come available randomly throughout the year.
Wireless Internet throughout the house.
In the Historic City of Astoria, Oregon, you'll find the well-known Maritime Museum, Columbia Lightship, Heritage Museum, Astoria-Megler Bridge, and 100-year-old churches nearby. Golf, surfing, fishing, clam digging, boating, and beachcombing all await you in the friendly and scenic town of Astoria, Oregon.
While you are here, you might even see a star... numerous movies such as Free Willie, Short Circuit, Kindergarten Cop, and The Goonies have all been filmed here. "You'll not soon forget the town where Oregon's beauty and history begin."
From I-5, take Highway 26 and 101 or Highway 30 to Astoria, Oregon then south on 16th Street, four blocks uphill from Columbia River. Turn right on Grand Avenue (streets are alphabetical). Second house on the right, and you have arrived at the historic and charming Grandview Bed and Breakfast lodging. We are so much more than a hotel!
No smoking, no pets, no liquor
To make reservations please call or write to:
Grandview Bed & Breakfast
Innkeeper: Charleen Maxwell
1574 Grand Ave.
Astoria, OR 97103
(503) 325-0000 or (503) 325-5555
(800) 488-3250 - toll free
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Our email address is for the convenience of our guests who live outside of the United States. If you live in the States, we would much prefer that you use our toll free phone number.
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