Reminder: If you’d like to own a lovely, restored historic hotel, the Hood River Hotel could be yours.
That’s right, owners Brian and Penny Cunninghame are interested in selling the property they’ve owned — and loved — since the year 2000.
The 41-room, 32,000-square-foot structure at 102 Oak Ave. in Hood River is listed for $5.5 million. Built in 1910, it includes a restaurant, bar, fitness facility and spa. An elevator serves upper floors.
Ideally situated close to Interstate 84, the hotel fronts on Oak Avenue, the city name for Oregon Highway 30 — the Historic Columbia Gorge Highway. Completely renovated in 1988, the hotel includes over 3,500 square feet of meeting space. Two retail rental spaces at street level provide additional income.
Guests enjoy walking access to eight wine tasting rooms, three brewpubs, abundant boutique shopping opportunities and several fine dining establishments. The hotel is near the Mt. Hood Railroad depot, the Hood River (bring your fly rod), and Columbia River waterfront (windsurfing or kiteboarding, anyone?).