Wednesday, August 10, 2011 by
Columbia Bed and Breakfast in Hood River, Oregon, was recently
featured on Mike's Road
Trip. In the same class as the Columbia River Gorge
hotels (really more in the boutique hotel category), Villa Columbia
B&B gives you good access to the scenic Columbia Gorge year
round and access to Mt. Hood in the winter for skiing.
An excerpt from Mike's blog
Breakfast at the Villa
Columbia is scrumptious and served in thee-courses. Local
ingredients are often used to create a unique experience...
Tuesday, April 23, 2013 by
Oregon has more designated scenic byways and tour routes than any
other state and I'd like to present a few of them in
a series of blogs to create amazing getaways and tours in
Oregon. Thanks Travel
Oregon for sharing this information
Cottage Grove is known as the "Covered Bridge Capital of
Oregon". There are seven bridges along the route,
including Dorena Bridge, Stewart Bridge, Mosby Creek Bridge, Currin
Bridge, Chambers Railroad Bridge, Centennial Bridge, and Swinging
Bridge. Many of these...
Monday, August 8, 2011 by
among the rolling hills of Yamhill County,
Abbey Road Farm B&B lies in the very heart of Oregon's Wine
Country. Currently, some 18 wineries call our little town of
Carlton home and these are just a fraction of the more than 200
that are within a half hour's drive time from the farm centrally
located in the Willamette Valley.Read More
The B & B is located on an 82 acre working farm in the middle
of Yamhill County's wine country. After purchasing the
farm in March of 2003 the Stuart's needed to...
Wednesday, July 27, 2011 by
Ready for another authentic Oregon experience? Learn the
history of Jacksonville's Pioneer
Cemetery, Section by Section, on a guided tour through this
beautiful 150 year old treasure. On the Second Saturday of each
month a different Section will be toured and discussed with
background information on the religious or fraternal orders that
make up the various Sections of the cemetery. Meet some of
the more interesting and colorful Pioneers who rest under the
Madrones and hear about the...
Sunday, February 10, 2013 by
at the Oregon Bed and
Breakfast Guild we encourage guests who've stayed with any of
our member inns to tell us their story. You can do that by
visiting our blog and clicking on the "Stayed at an OBBG
member inn?" button on the right side of the blog page.
What do we do for you? Remove your personal information from
your blog post, but keep it so we can enter you in a drawing for
$100 of OBBG lodging gift vouchers. Tell everyone what you
did--go for a bike ride? Birdwatching? ...
Saturday, July 23, 2011 by
Stash Tea Company just announced its deal for a free night
at a bed and breakfast when you purchase the Stash
Tea Guide to Bed & Breakfast Inns
. You can find
more details at the Stash Tea website
The offer allows for one free night at a participating B&B
when combined with the purchase of a second consecutive
night. The offer ends June 2013
Here in Oregon, seven Oregon bed and breakfasts who are also
members of the Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild are participating
in this...Read More
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 by
hard to beat the combination of an excursion train and a fish
story--it's an authentic Oregon experience waiting to happen!
Here's something just in about the Eagle Cap Excursion Train
rides the rails in Northeastern Oregon:
EAGLE CAP EXCURSION TRAIN HAS FISH STORIES
Elgin, Oregon__Steelhead & Chinook salmon are the topic for
passengers who ride the scenic train Saturday, July 30, 2011.
Our guest presenter for the trip is Ron Harrod, manager of
the ODFW hatcheries at Big Canyon and...Read More
Thursday, July 14, 2011 by
vacationing it’s nice not to have every single moment of your
itinerary planned so you can enjoy some down time and truly
TouVelle House Bed & Breakfast in Jacksonville, Oregon, we
know that and have created a wonderful retreat with lots of areas
where guests can just “set a spell”. This year we added a
bocce court for another outdoor recreation
option. Bocce is an Italian bowling game with aspects of
croquet and horse shoes that can be enjoyed regardless of your
level of...Read More
Saturday, July 9, 2011 by
Forest Springs Bed and Breakfast along with The Gresham
Historic Downtown Boosters are proud to announce our city's
10th Annual Gresham Art Walk!
During the Gresham Art Walk,
more than 140 artists from Oregon and Southwest
Washington will sell their original works along scenic Main Avenue
between First and Fifth streets. The family event also includes
live music, free children’s arts and crafts, and unique shops and
restaurants in the downtown core. Art for sale includes garden art,
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 by
family travel is more common as grandparents have the time to take
their grandchildren on vacation. Here's a story from a guest
Bybee's Historic Inn in Jacksonville Oregon about the great
time he had with his granddaughter.
Have you stayed at an Oregon bed and breakfast lately?
Tell us where you stayed, but more importantly what you did while
you were there. Did you go for a hike? Take a bicycle
ride? Visit a place of cultural significance? Perhaps
enjoyed a little Oregon slow...
Monday, July 11, 2011 by
like anyone else, innkeepers just LOVE to hear stories from their
guests. Here's one from a guest of
Bybee's Historic Inn
in Jacksonville, Oregon.
Do you have a story about what you did when you visited an Oregon
bed and breakfast? We'd love to hear from you too--click the
link at the right of this blog to tell us your story. We'd
love to read about it and you'll be entered into a drawing for
$100 worth of Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild lodging gift
House is a...
Saturday, June 25, 2011 by
never seems to end that Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild members keep
winning awards. This time it's the 2011 Guests'
competition hosted by
Pamela Lanier's Bed & Breakfast Inns
. And the winner
in the category "Best for Nearby Museums
" is (drum
roll please). . .Oregon's own
A Painted Lady Inn
located in Portland!
(Not a small feat, mind you, considering that this is a national
Innkeeper Jody Runge offers the following about her Portland Oregon
Monday, June 27, 2011 by
Thanks for taking the time to talk about our Oregon bed and
breakfasts! Vivian shares her story about her authentic
Oregon experience at Bybee's Historic Inn in Jacksonville,
Oregon:We spent 2 days at the Bybee Historic Inn a 1/2 mile outside
Jacksonville, OR, and really enjoyed ourselves. It is well
maintained, immaculate, and you feel welcome to use any of the
rooms. DVDs, books, board games are available for free, too. The
breakfasts were delicious and served on a large lovely back...
Friday, June 17, 2011 by
The Prospect Historic Hotel B&B Inn - Motel and Dinner House
along with Bybee’s Historic Inn will be card stops for the Poker
Run on Friday June 17th.
For over a quarter century the Medford Cruise has been all
about automobiles, good times and good people. The Poker Run is a
great opportunity to join in the fun, cruise with classic cars and
win some great prizes. Approximately 90 cars will be participating
in the run and the poker game. All of the proceeds benefit
local youth organizations.
Friday, June 17, 2011 by
Bert de Klerk
McKenzie River Inn B&B and Cabins
Many people are thinking this spring in the Pacific North West has
been cold and wet. I don't blame them, yes, ...but there have been
years that set a record and I don't think this was one of them.
Actually I would say this spring made our garden incredible lush
and green and full of colors of blooming flowers. The rhododendrons
, azalea's, lilacs, snowballs are so voluminous and big and with so
Saturday, June 18, 2011 by
Oregon, has so much to offer you'll want to stay a bit and
enjoy the the sights and sounds at the
Blue Spruce Bed and
Unlike many Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild
that are located in older homes converted into B&B lodging, the
Blue Spruce B&B was constructed to be a bed &
breakfast. The four guest rooms are extremely spacious as are
the common rooms.
Innkeeper Sandy Affonso also offers her Oregon bed & breakfast
for women's retreats, seminars and women's spa weekends...Read More
Saturday, June 11, 2011 by
story about one of our Oregon bed and breakfasts. This time
McKenzie River Inn B&B and Cabins
situated along the
McKenzie River near Vida, Oregon.I loved it so much on my previous visit that I came back to the
McKenzie River Inn and stayed again for a couple of days. I'm a
regular traveler throughout the Pacific Northwest, and it's simply
wonderful to catch my breath at this B&B, on the river,
enjoying the fishing, the splendid views, the excellent breakfast,
Thursday, June 9, 2011 by
Midsummer's Dream Bed and Breakfast
, an Oregon Bed and
Breakfast Guild inspected and approved inn, is located in a
quiet neighborhood on the town side of Southern Oregon University.
The Inn is housed in a completely renovated 1901 Victorian,
remodeled to be a bed and breakfast in 2001. The 5 elegantly
appointed rooms each feature a king-sized bed, fireplace, and a
large private bath with granite or marble counter tops, a 2
person jetted tub and glass block shower.
All of the bedrooms at A...Read More
Saturday, June 4, 2011 by
"We stayed three nights in the Renaissance Room. Vikki and Tina
made us feel like family. Amazing breakfasts!"
& Ellen, San Jose, CA
We love it when guests take the time to write about the Oregon Bed
and breakfasts they've visited. A few nights at
Bybee's Historic Inn
in Jacksonville, Oregon (not far from
Ashland Oregon lodging) and they're feeling like family.
Thank you so much!
Friday, June 3, 2011 by
You just never know who is going to show up for a meal when you own
a thriving Oregon bed and breakfast.
Bybee's Historic Inn
in Jacksonville, Oregon, shares a little
bit about some of their unusual breakfast guests:We have some interesting guests that just
A mother robin has acquired accommodations on our side porch
where our guests enter to the bed and breakfast. The
picture is not the clearest but I cannot get too close without
We have a “boot” that has...