Prospect Hotel's Spring Fling High Tea

Prospect Hotel Spring FlingThe Historic Hotel Bed and Breakfast Inn provides Crater Lake B&B lodging in 10 rooms, each with exquisite period furnishings and decorations, private baths and beautiful quilts on every bed.

Hearty, full, belly-filling breakfasts are served up in the morning.  Stay where Teddy Roosevelt, Jack London, Zane Grey, John Muir, William Jennings Bryan, Gifford Pinchot and Hubert Humphrey slept.  

Relax in the sitting parlors, warming your toes at the fireplace and catch up on some local history from...

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Oregon's North Coast Birding and Oregon Coast Lodging

"The northern coast of Oregon stretches from the mouth of the historic Columbia River south to fog-shrouded Cascade Head, an area of broad tidal estuaries and rugged headlands that flank stretches of sandy beaches."  This from the North Coast map of the Oregon Coast Birding Trail   From Astoria, to Seaside, the town of Tillamook, to Lincoln City.  Close to 375 species of birds have been recorded on the Northern Oregon Coast and quite a few Oregon Bed and Breakfasts are awaiting your arrival.

Photo courtesy of Sandlake Country Inn Bed and Breakfast

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Red Chair Travels to Port Orford on Oregon's Rugged South Coast

Photo by Randy ScholtenThe Red Chair sat for a spell with the Blue Boat at the entrance to Port Orford, Oregon.  The area around Port Orford offers some of the best of Oregon’s spectacular southern coast, from awe-inspiring seascapes to mountain hiking trails and winding rivers.  Visitors will find an active arts community, plus charming gift shops and restaurants featuring fresh local seafood.  

The port of Port Orford is one of only six “dolly” ports in the world where working fishing boats are lifted into and out...

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The Red Chair gets its Legs Wet in the Tidepools of Southern Oregon

Photo by Randy ScholtenOregon's rocky shores create a unique marine environment that offer a glimpse into Pacific Ocean marine life and The Red Chair took advantage of a break in an Oregon Winter Storm to explore the tidepools.

Tidepools are created when the tide goes out from rocky coastal areas, leaving water in crevices and holes. These intertidal (between tides) places support a unique and diverse assortment of plants and animals. The organisms that live in the intertidal areas have to be able to withstand a...

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Red Chair Visits WildSpring Guest Habitat and Port Orford Oregon

Red Chair Visits WildSpring Guest Habitat and Port Orford OregonRed Chair arrived at WildSpring Guest Habitat last week while it was raining so staff chair, being the gracious host, held an umbrella for our visiting celebrity.

Peaceful and secluded, WildSpring provides eco friendly travel in Port Orford, 60 miles north of California, with a zero carbon footprint.  At bit travel weary after its trip up from the Gingerbread Mansion Inn in Ferndale California, Red took advantage of WildSpring's five acres of old Native American ground to restore and...

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The Red Chair has arrived in Oregon.

The Red Chair has arrived in Oregon and we are tickled pink!  Or red as the case might be!"

 

BedandBreakast.com has partnered with the Red Chair Travels to keep the journey alive!

The Red Chair’s story started on Cape Cod in the spring of 2012. This lucky chair has surfed the waves off Nantucket, explored the cranberry bogs of Chatham, enjoyed the view from Nobska Light in Falmouth, watched the grist mill turn at Stony Brook in Brewster and the sun set over Menemsha.  The chair has traveled...

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Getting Away from the Rest of the World: Oregon's south coast

Submitted by guest blogger Michelle Duarte
Innkeeper WildSpring Guest Habitat
Port Orford, Oregon

The south coast is the place for travelers who want to get away from the same old thing - traffic, strip malls, franchise hotels and restaurants. Travelers who'd like to bring home tales of something off-beat, who enjoy exploring the special but quirky.

Forest scene in Oregon's South Coast - WildSrping Guest HabitatOregon's spectacular south coast is a world all its own, very different from its northern counterpart. It is remote, underdeveloped, without the...

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Oregon Wine A-List Awards presented by Oregon Wine Press and Oregon Wine Board

The Prospect Historic Hotel Bed and Breakfast Inn – Motel and Dinner House was just chosen by the Oregon Wine Press and Oregon Wine Board as an Oregon Wine A-List Honoree.  A total of only 65 restaurants from all over the State received this recognition. 10 of them are from Southern Oregon!

Everyone wants to be on the A-List, but it takes a special commitment to Oregon wine for a restaurant to earn a coveted Oregon Wine A-List Award!

Oregon Wine A-List Awards (formerly known as the Superior Cellar...

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Willamette Valley in Spring

Spent a few days in the Willamette Valley last week.  What a lovely time to visit.  So many shades of green everywhere.  And then there's the acres and acres of bulbs in full bloom along with the cover crops of clover and mustard.  It really was lovely drive along the backroads of the Willamette Valley.

I am a Geocacher so, of course, I stopped for a few fiLobenhaus Bed and Breakfat nds on my way to Lobenhaus Bed and Breakfast just outside of Carlton, Oregon. Why drive the freeways when there are so many stunning back roads?...

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An Evening in Portland and the Lion and the Rose Bed and Breakfast

The Lion and the Rose Victorian Bed and Breakfast InnThe Lion and the Rose Victorian Bed and Breakfast Inn, located in the Portland's Historic Irvington District, was a perfect location for us when spending the evening in town. Listed on the National Registry of Historic places, the Lion and the Rose is within a few blocks of great restaurants, coffee shops, shopping and the TriMet Public Transportation Max train.

And proximity to the Max station was but one reason we chose to stay with Steve and Dusty.  We were attending a concert at Portland's...

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Connect with the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild via Social Media


Social media.  One either likes it or they don't.  We of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild actually love it.  Today's travelers' are web savvy travelers' who use many different social media sites to make wise travel choices.  Social media listings direct you to us and then our innkeepers take over to make your lodging choice the perfect choice for your Oregon vacation.


The Lobenhaus Bed and Breakfast tableThe Oregon B&B Guild website ~ offering 'one stop shopping' when planning your Oregon Vacation  

Visit the Target Market page to...

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Tulips, Tulips and More Tulips! In the Heart of Oregon Wine Country

Guest Blogger Barb Mitchell
Feller House Bed and Breakfast
Aurora, Oregon

When you think Willamette Valley Oregon, the first thing that comes to mind are the acres and acres of wine grapes, the wineries and the Oregon Wine Country.  But did you know that the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm has over 40 acres of Tulips, Daffodils and other cut flowers in full bloom from now through April?  And this time every year they open their fields and expand their operations to include taking bulb orders, cut flowers,...

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Sisters to Smith Rock Scenic Bikeway with Two Bed and Breakfasts Along the Way

Did you know that Oregon has the only Scenic Bikeway Program in the Nation?  And that many of these have been created by locals and have been ridden and reviewed to provide inspiration for planning a two-wheeled Oregon Cycling Vacation?   And that there is an Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member inn on, or near, almost every one of them that you can use as your base camp?  Or perhaps plan an Inn-to-Inn Ride.

The Sisters to Smith Rock Scenic Bikeway features varied terrain, generally downhill...

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A Very Deep Lake, Dramatic Volcanic Landscape and a Rich Birding Refuge

Oregon has more designated scenic byways and tour routes than any other state.  The Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild is the only State B&B Association and a welcoming inn awaits you as you travel Oregon's backroads. I am presenting a series of blogs to assist you in creating amazing getaways and tours in Oregon. Thanks Travel Oregon and the Oregon Department of Transportation for sharing this information.

Prospect Historic Hotel-Motel and Dinner HouseThe Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway owes its dramatic scenery and abundant wildlife to its rich...

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Bike the Mt Hood Scenic Byway and Relax at an Oregon Bed and Breakfast

Bike the Columbia River Gorge, the Mt. Hood Scenic Byway, the Willamette Valley and have a comfy bed and and hearty breakfast at an bed and breakfast along the way.  A Bed and Breakfast offers so much more than a hotel.  Oregon innkeepers know the best back roads, the best places to eat, the scenic attractions you won't want to miss.  You determine how far you want to go in one day.  The whole adventure is about 200 miles and you'll discover why those arriving in Oregon on the Oregon Trail...

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A Scenic Byway, the Deepest US Canyon and a Delightful Oregon B&B = Oregon Geotourism

It's that time of year again.  Time to start planning that Oregon Road Trip.  Oregon has more designated scenic byways and tour routes than any other state.  The Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild is the only State B&B Association and a welcoming inn awaits you as you travel the backroads.  I am presenting a series of blogs to assist you in creating amazing getaways and tours in Oregon.  Thanks Travel Oregon and the Oregon Department of Transportation for sharing this information.

CNN Travel released...

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ArtWalk in Oregon's Wine Country

Guest Blogger
Kristin Fintel, Innkeeper
Chehalem Ridge Bed and Breakfast
Newberg, Oregon

Photo by Kristin Fintel, InnkeeperOn the first Friday of each month, the shops, wine tasting rooms and other local businesses in downtown Newberg, Oregon stay open late, welcoming locals and visitors alike for the First Friday ARTwalk.  Strolling around the downtown area you will find a wide array of cultural choices.  At least five of the downtown wine tasting rooms stay open late for First Friday, and if you need more variety, most of the...

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CNN Travel Recognizes Crater Lake in Oregon as a 2014 Must See But Where to Stay?

Crater Lake photograph by Fred Wickman of the Prospect Historic HotelThinking about where to travel for your 2014 vacation?  CNN Travel released an article today about the deepest, longest, tallest, etc., record-setting place to visit in the US. Feature writer Helyn Trickey Bradley distilled the wonders of the United States into 10 superlatives for 2014.  Two are located in Oregon:  Crater Lake and Hells Canyon: Oregon geotourism at its finest! 

Helyn writes about the deepest lake in America (and I just love this):  "Looking to be gobsmacked by nature?...

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McKenzie River Wooden Boat Festival

Guest Blogger
Debbie Dersham ~ Owner and Innkeeper
Eagle Rock Lodge
Vida, Oregon

McKenzie River Wooden Boat Festival This will be Eagle Rocks Lodge's 9th year of hosting the McKenzie River Wooden Boat Festival. This has been a labor of love for Debbie and Randy. The McKenzie River Drift boat was created for the McKenzie River and we have dedicated each April to honoring the builders and craftsman that have made this boat what it is today.  

This year's festival will be held Saturday, April 26th, from 9:00 to 5:00 on the beautiful...

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