"Leave Your Stress At The Door!"
Moore's Old Pine Inn was originally built in 1882 and has a wonderful history. Currently the Inn includes (3) deluxe suites, (4) rooms with shared baths, a common guest parlor room, dining room, kitchen, office, (2) covered front porch areas, and the Innkeeper's personal quarters. For directions to the Inn, see the Contact Us page.
Most of the Inn's guests reflect their stay as a feeling of staying in an old western hotel depicted in a Western Cowboy movie or reminiscent of their childhood stays at Grandma and Grandpa's house. Most of the original furniture and antiques from the late 1800's still adorn the Inn. The old transoms above the room's doors are still in place today. The previous owners, Randy and Katie Moore, renovated the hotel with an appreciation for preserving the Inn's past and heritage.
There are no televisions in the rooms but a common television which is located in the parlor. Guests spend a lot of time on the (2) old time front porches where they share stories of their day's adventures and new friendships are born. The Inn's property is nearly (3) acres in size and Bullion Creek runs through the property with 150 foot tall cottonwood trees and Ponderosa Pines providing shade and homes for birds and animals. See the descriptions below for details on each room.
This is the "signature" room of Moore’s Old Pine Inn. It's a large (3) room suite : gas fireplace, western decor, a couch (pull-out into a queen bed), a bedroom with a queen size pillow top, large bath room with a 90 gallon jetted Jacuzzi tub and shower.
This (3) room suite has a mining theme with memorabilia from local lumber mills. There is a queen size feather-topped bed that looks like you are in a mine shaft complete with ore car, tracks, and lanterns. There is also a gas fireplace and a large-tiled shower.
The Indian Suite is dedicated to the local Native Americans. It is beautifully decorated with tools, weapons, paintings, and photographs. There is a cozy fireplace and a garden-size jetted tub/shower. This room used to home the local telephone operator that ran the switchboard from the original Pines Hotel.
A beautiful room dedicated to the designer of our American flag! The old flags, framed Constitution, Gettysburg Address, and books about Betsy Ross create a patriotic history. There is a full-size pillow-top bed with hand sewn quilts. This is (1) of (4) rooms that share (2) bathrooms with clawfoot tubs/ showers.
This early settlers' mountain men room has a full-size bed decorated with log walls, beaver skin, antique binoculars, and black powder rifle to name a few. This is (1) of (4) rooms that share (2) bathrooms with original clawfoot tubs and showers.
With antique cane fishing poles, creels, plugs and lures, this room is sure to bring out your fondest memories of fishin'! The room has an antique full-size pillow top bed. This is (1) of (4) rooms that share (2) bathrooms with original clawfoot tubs and showers.
Western author Zane Grey stayed in Marysvale at the Pines Hotel as he wrote his popular western novel, Riders of the Purple Sage, 1912. Enjoy his book collection in the full-size pillow-top bed. This is (1) of (4) rooms that share (2) bathrooms.