Cozy Rooms at Cozy Prices...
Bella Rosa Inn
Sleeps 2 nightly/weekly
Duet w/ fire-- $130/$650
Poolside April 29 2021
Visit us along the Rogue River and historic Highway 99. Recently updated vintage 1950’s style motel is in the Rogue Valley.The Bella Rosa Inn is the PLACE to be.
Casey and Susan Corliss both grew up in Southern California.
After graduating from UCLA they moved to Portland, Oregon and worked with children and their families for 25 years. Their 4 children have grown up so Casey and Susan semi-retired and moved to Grants Pass in 2005. Casey lovingly works on properties in ill repair while Susan, with her Real Estate license scouts for those and sends them Casey’s way.
Together they are working with their son Kelly to bring the Bella Rosa Inn back to life with its clean and comfy rooms along with with an affordable price. They hope you enjoy your stay and come back in the future for more comfort and relaxation. They love Grants Pass and its surrounding towns and hope you will too.
Here at Bella Rosa Inn, we try and make every experience special, memorable and unique. We take the same approach when designing our rooms. Granted, we have very modest choices, yet each room is inviting, very unique and relaxing.
Bring along and include, non human friends welcome here
Enjoy our speedy guest wireless internet
Self sufficient, and save money by preparing your own substinece
Enjoy your privacy, service
happily upon request
Open During the entire summer season
Guest Fishing at our Private Dock
Del Rio established in 1997, the single vineyard has blossomed under the nurturing hands of 4th generation farmers.
Now open every Saturday Summer & Winter. We invite you to explore their website and learn more.
Relax by the heated pool playing cribbage, or read a challenging book
Souther Oregon wildlife
Relax and take a float down the Rogue River, or take an exciting jet boat ride with "Hellgate".
Get outside and move your body with a gentle walk, brisk jog, or adventurist ride and explore
Found this great family owned motel while roaming around in Oregon. It appears to have been completely updated while maintaining its period style. It is small, having only 8 rooms. The rooms are well done with a few period antiques included making them functionality modern but true to the late 40's style. It is a court type motor hotel with a well kept swimming pool in the middle. Access to a designated guest area is made available on the river that runs in front of the motel, just across the street. The rates are reasonable for such a nice place and the owner was very friendly. This place is worth finding.