just 28 miles from Crater Lake National Park,The Prospect Historic Hotel-Motel and
Dinner Housecan be the perfect
home base when birding on theCrater Lake
Loopof theOregon Cascade Birding Trail. The Rogue River is minutes
away with mature riparian habitat surrounded by mixed conifer
forests. Peregrine Falcon, Calliope and Rufus Hummingbirds
nest in these forests. Diamond Lake supports high
concentrations of diving birds. The rich, diverse
habitats on the Crater Lake Loop provide...
Red's time was short at the
Prospect Hotel in Oregon's Southern Cascades. And the
innkeepers showed it a great time, exploring Oregon's Southern
Cascades. Red especially loved the snow shoe trip up to the
rim of famous Crater Lake, one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon.
Did you know that Crater Lake is the deepest lake in America,
the second deepest in North America and the ninth deepest lake in
the world? Thanks Travel Oregon for the video share
Chair Travels headed up the Rogue River Gorge for a stay at the
Historic Prospect Hotel. Built in 1888 as a stage coach
stop halfway between the Rogue Valley and Crater lake, this
Nationally Registered Historic Hotel has been restored for full
comfort while maintaining its charm. Being the Closest Bed
and Breakfast to Crater Lake, only 28 miles away, the inn is a
perfect home base while exploring Southern Oregon's National
Forests, Wilderness areas and BLM land, and the majestic Lake,...
Chair Travels time at
TouVelle House Bed and Breakfast in historic Jacksonville,
Oregon is coming to an end. The innkeepers of the Inn, being
the gracious hosts they are, took Red on a hike up Table Top to
take it the majestic views of the Rogue River Valley and Mt.
McMoughlin. From here Red could look east toward its next
Prospect Historic Hotel-Motel and Dinner House near Crater
is a great way to see the United States. Keith Riggs at the US
Department of Agriculture recently posted a really good blog
post about touring through Northern California
and Southern Oregon on the national Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway.
The route runs from Lake Almanor in Northern California to
Crater Lake in Southern Oregon, passing through seven national
forests along the way. Riggs writes:
Along this journey from volcano to volcano you’ll find
opportunities for adventure,...
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
Oregon's spectacular south coast is a world all its
own, very different from its northern counterpart. It is remote,
underdeveloped, without the...
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
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...
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
Helyn writes about the deepest lake in America (and I just love
this): "Looking to be gobsmacked by nature?...
Winter is finally arriving in Oregon. Yes, we’ve had snow,
not much, and cold, sometimes bitter, but not nearly as much as we
are used to. Well, that's changing and there are plenty of
spring storms lined up to bring exceptional spring skiing
conditions up to where we like them for Winter Outdoor
Oregon offers unparalleled opportunities for outdoor winter
recreation. Whether you are a skier, snowboarder, or looking for
backcountry trails for snowshowing, cross-country skiing...
thrilled we were here at the Oregon
Bed and Breakfast Guild to see this nice write up on
House Bed and Breakfast, a unique inn for Oregon Wine Country
Lodging. An inspected and approved member of The Guild,
Feller House is located in Oregon’s French Prairie, a section of
the Willamette Valley where Oregon’s first settlers found rich and
fertile soil, something the native Kalapuya people already
Jennifer Morgenthaler, author of Spoon with Me was a guest at the
Feller House last...
Guest blogger Karen Wickman, owner of the Prospect Historic Hotel, lodging near Crater
Lake, Oregon, wants you to know! She writes:
is a sleepy little town on the side of the road off of Highway 62
in Southern Oregon. It’s right on the way to Crater Lake National
Park and is nestled in the middle of the Rogue River National
Forest. It is surrounded by astonishing natural wonders that
you would never know were there if you didn’t do a little
exploring. Within a half a mile of the Prospe...
to Enterprise or Joseph Oregon and looking to stay at the Best
Western Rama Inn in Enterprise? Well, that lodging is
closed, but don't despair! There are a couple of
wonderful places to stay nearby!
There's more to Oregon Coast lodging than Oregon coast hotels
and the folks that run the Oregon bed and breakfasts there are
creative in what they do. tInnkeepers are known for doing
more than just running a bed and breakfast. Eileen Obteshka,
innkeeper of the Grand Victorian B&B and Vintage Cottage
Rental supplied this photo from a High Tea event she
recently catered for a ladies church group.
Don't they look precious in their hats?
High Tea is available 7 days per week by arrangement at the
Want to know why business travelers should choose an Oregon bed and breakfast
over a hotel? Lots of reasons! Of course, every bed
& breakfast is different and that's the beauty of staying at a
B&B. Some are more accustomed to business travel, but all are
gracious and accommodating. Here are just a few reasons to
Comfortable bed (and great pillows)
Home atmosphere (yes it's fine to take off your
shoes & stretch out)
A place to spread out your work if you need to (dining room