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We found this hotel while driving thru and were glad we did. The owners and staff were friendly and helpful. Room amenities were upscale and included comfortable beds, thick sheets, multiple pillows, terry bathrobes, nice soaks and lotions. The hotel is somewhat limited by its...More
The Lyle Hotel was built by the railroad for employees' layovers. It's rustic with a recent freshening up by new owners. The rooms are small but comfortable. The shared baths are new and spotlessly clean. What sets the hotel apart is it's restaurant - well...More
The man and woman who run this hotel and restaurant are very friendly and pleasant. He cooks, and the menu is creative, though a bit heavy on garlic. The rooms are spotless, the communal baths and toilets are clean.We arrived on a Friday night, and...More
This place is a gem of the rarest kind.
We had a wonderful time, the room was very comfortable and cozy. The food delicious. The atmosphere,the music
Richard and Trina and the servers.
We most certainly will make another trip just to stay there.
We stayed at the VERY quaint hotel for two nights surrounding our siblings' wedding. Very accommodating to the needs of the family; the owners\ proprietors are great people doing it the right way, that is if you enjoy a casual yet personal experience in your...More
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US$109 - US$166 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The hotel is on the Washington side, west of The Dalles and close to the Columbia River. I went with a friend and we stayed in a room that had two twin beds and a view of the river out one of the windows. The hotel is on a... More
The hotel is on the Washington side, west of The Dalles and close to the Columbia River. I went with a friend and we stayed in a room that had two twin beds and a view of the river out one of the windows. The hotel is on a small, rural residential street, and it is also close to the train tracks, so there is a bit of train noise at night. We didn't mind it though. In terms of the bathroom, it was almost across the hall, and there were several of them, in case one was occupied. This is a sweet, old funky hotel with a great restaurant, and it's also one of the rare places you can stay on the Gorge outside of The Dalles. Lastly, it definitely has personality and isn't a Motel Six.