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Why settle for a tent or crowded camp trailer when you can sleep in a comfortable bed, have a warm shower and cook in a fully equipped kitchen? The cutely decorated Harrod’s Hideaway lets you enjoy all the recreation the surrounding Malheur National Forest has to offer, and return each night to the comforts of home. Located in the tiny town of Seneca, 25 miles south of John Day on OSR 395, the cozy two story cabin sleeps up to 7 upstairs and 2 in a living room hide-a-bed. The former Forest Service cabin has been completely renovated and is perfect for cyclists, hunters, motorcycle riders – anyone exploring the area or just passing through. There is a fenced yard, ample parking, barbecue and covered porch. Visit the Painted Hills, John Day Fossil Beds, Kam Wah Chung and the Malheur Wildlife Area; all less than 2 hours away. It’s just a short walk to Seneca’s golf course and the new Bear Valley Roadhouse restaurant is across the street. $110 a night for first four people, then $5 for each additional person. No pets or smoking inside, please.