Grand Historical Home

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While tall ships yet plied the Columbia River and salmon runs were plentiful, Eben Tallant and his brother, Nathan Tallant, came to Astoria to build a salmon packing cannery, much larger than the cannery in Eagle Cliff, Washington had been, before it burned down in a horrible fire.
Andrew Ferguson designed the Eben Tallant family residence at 682 Arch street in the Richardson Shingle style. Features of the house are: a bullet turret, inset balconies, open staircase, and beautiful bay windows.
Our Northwest tower, now capped with an open balcony, gives one the feeling of being Captain at the prow of a ship, as the house steers toward the Columbia River Bar. Perhaps this feeling is not accidental. Eben Tallant was, in fact, the first officer on the Clipper, "Golden State", and held the same position on the passenger ship, "John Bright" plying the China Sea, between Shanghai and Hong Kong.
Divided into eight apartments for over forty years, the Tallant home is now owned by the Maxwells and is known as Grandview Bed & Breakfast, 1574 Grand Avenue, Astoria, Oregon 97103, Phone (503) 325-0000 or 325-5555 for local area calls or 1-800-488-3250.

* We offer three breakfast times for your convience: 7:30, 8:30, and 9:30 am.

* Normal Check In is between 3 pm and 6 pm, although special arrangments can be made.

* Check Out is 11 am

* Group rates can be arranged

* We only take guaranteed reservations, either by credit card or check. We will hold your reservation for 1 week awaiting your check, Credit cards will hold your reservation if full amount due has been pre-approved.

* We have a 30 hour cancellation policy, any cancellations recieved up to 10 am on the day prior to expected stay will recieve a full refund. Any cancellations after the cancellation period may be charged the full amount due.

* All rooms are subject to a 10.8% local Lodging Tax

* To avoid confusion and disappointment, please state the names of all persons in your party. Small conference groups, business persons, singles, and families will be most welcome.

* Listed rates are for two people per room during high season. (Apr 16 to October 31)

* Each additional person per room is charged $15 more.

* Ask about low season rates with second night discounts.



* Directions from Interstate Highway 5 - Take Highway 26 and 101 or Highway 30 to Astoria. In Astoria, turn south on 16th street, go four blocks up hill, away from the river. Cross streets are alphabetical, look for a Lighted Turret as you approach Grand Avenue. Turn west, to your right, (the river is North) on Grand Avenue look for two lamp posts and sign at second house on the right. Come on in!

* Directions from Portland International Airport (PDX) to Astoria - Take Airport way (East) to Interstate 205 North to Interstate 5 North, until you reach the Longview Exit 36, approximately 49 miles Travel through Longview 2 miles on Tennant Blvd., left at Oregon Way. Go 1 mile on Oregon Way, cross the river on the Longview Bridge. Turn right (West) onto Highway 30 and follow to Astoria. Approximately 60 miles. Plan on about 2 to 2 1/2 hours of driving time.

The Dining Turret

Here in the Bullet Turret, hanging off the side of the house, is where you will enjoy a beautiful full breakfast at the start of your day. With a filling fruit bowl, local smoked Lox with toasted bagels and cold cream cheese, followed by fresh baked home made muffins. All this is served with juice, coffee, tea, and hot cocoa. Enjoy views of the the River, our North Garden, local Museums and Victorian-style Churches and homes. We offer three different breakfast times for your convience. And special arrangments can usually be accomodated.