Rooms and Rates

So many ways to relax, here…

Thank you so much for choosing Commander’s Quarters in Hammond, Oregon! You’ll have access to 7 Bedrooms and 4 Bathrooms, for up to 18 adults.

Walk into this incredible 6000 sq ft historic home built in 1905 that housed the commanding officers and their families at Fort Stevens for approximately 50 years. Enjoy modern amenities, but with imagination, slip back into time and envision each room 100 years ago. The commanders quarters, the maids quarters, the basement “meeting room” are all awaiting your exploration and enjoyment. Recreational amenities include a wide screen TV and pool table on the lower level, plus free wireless internet. Settle into the cozy wicker furniture on the elegant wrap around porch to read to look out onto the park which once was the parade grounds of Fort Stevens. Fort Stevens Museum and the Historical Area are within walking distance. Miles of hiking and biking trails are nearby. The ocean and the wreck of the Peter Iredale are just 2 miles away. Astoria is 8 miles east and Seaside is a quick 20 minute drive. Use the Google link provided below for a map and driving directions. Main floor has one queen bedroom and one full bathroom w/shower. Second floor has three queen bedrooms and one king bedroom. Two bathrooms on this floor. Attic level has 2 twins in entry way. Just beyond the twin entry way are 2 more bedrooms, one with a queen and the other with one queen and one king bed. One full bath on this level. Parking for 6 cars.


$350 minimum per night + tax and cleaning fee

Your guests can choose from our comfortable selection of 3 Kings, 5 Queens, 3 Twins, and even a Toddler Bed.

Cleaning Fee

$175 per stay. For groups of 9 guests or less, a portion of this fee may be refunded based on the condition of the home.

Call To Plan Your Vacation Rental


and ask for The Commanders Quarters on Russell Place 


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s