Gracious and knowledgeable hosts who are very proud of their home and business! Very helpful about local restaurants, hikes and foundry tours. Delicious breakfasts. Felt well fed for our hikes. Very well appointed bathrooms.
I did a one day Trip to Joseph and decided to stay there for a night. Lucky me that I got the last available room at the Bronze Antler. Heather is a sweetheart and took care about everything. As a European, i thought i haven't to look on the time about having Dinner. So i was pretty late and Heather called one of the restaurants to ask, if their kitchen will be still open. They said, they will wait for me, if i'm coming immediately. Also for breakfast, you can get everything, if you let them know what you like or not or if you need special food. My room was perfect and it would acommodate easiely two people. You get bathrobes, slippers and in the bathroom they offer great products to use. If i'm coming back go Joseph, I will definately stay there again.
I've stayed at many B&B's. Of all of them, we found Heather at the Bronze Antler in Joseph, OR like the most generous & helpful proprietor ever! She knows all the good hiking trails & is a fabulous chef too!
Comfortable rooms, no details unattended. Staying here was a very relaxing experience in a beautiful, warm home, fabulous knowledgeable and very interesting hosts in one of the most beautiful locations in the US. Wouldn't change a thing!
We were impressed with the attention to detail in each room and the bathroom. The furniture and pictures were beautiful and the bath products reminded me of a high end resort. The view was fantastic and so was the breakfast.
Over the top in every area - class of the highest order - house is amazing - decorations from Europe - wall and window treatments - bed and bath facilities - great food - shelter for the Harley at night - reservations at the lodge made for us - and on and on. Could not ask for more or better!
We spent 3 nights staying at the Bronze Antler in Joseph OR in July. We've stayed at quite a few B&Bs over the years,and we have to give this one 5 + stars - such attention to detail - truly amazing. Wonderful hosts and wonderful breakfasts.
The Bronze Antler is a beautifully restored B&B with a Victorian but still modern feel. Bill and Heather, the owners, take excellent care of their guests. The amenities, breakfasts, location, and gardens are top-notch.
Breathtaking views of the very near Wallowa Mountains. Very comfortable bed & spacious private bath. Excellent gourmet breakfasts, as well as service & hospitality from the personal hostess. Orientation to the house & room was helpful & information for activities.
What a pleasant surprise to find the Bronze Antler in Joseph, OR! The hosts Heather and Bill are lovely, well traveled people and provide an outstanding breakfast, clean modern rooms with an amazing backdrop of the Wallawa mountain range. Highly recommend staying here if you plan to visit the area.
The Bronze Antler served as a wonderful "home base" for our visit to Joseph. The home is renovated with period perfect materials and decor. Bill's and Heather's attention to every little detail really makes you feel like you are stepping back in time. Although the house evokes the spirit of times long ago, it is jam packed with with all the modern amenities from private bathrooms, fabulous personal care supplies, and and movies in the front parlor. Guests are welcome to complimentary glasses of port and snacks, always available down in the dining room. The breakfasts are divine! Beautiful home, wonderful hosts and delicious food. You just can't beat that!
The Bronze Antler is a lovely B&B. Very quaint and romantic. Bill and Heather are wonderful hosts, helpful with all aspects of enjoying Joseph, and respectful of quiet and privacy. Thank you. My wife and I will be back.
Heather and Bill contrived to create a most congenial atmosphere at the Bronze Antler. First off, Heather arranged for us to go to the Nez Perce art auction and dinner, where we mixed with other "guests" and the locals and got a good sense of how the community supports the First Nation. Bill's breakfast was magnificent, and we had a lot of fun talking around the breakfast table, so much so that it was very hard to leave and get back in the car.