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
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 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, May 27, 2011 by
for something new and different
to do with a group
of friends? Maybe need an out-of-the-box team
experience for your small company?
Bybee's Historic Inn
, an authenic Oregon lodging property not
far from Ashland Oregon lodging, will host a Murder Mystery Dinner
on Saturday night, June 4, 2011
Here's what Vikki tells us about the evening:
Wild West Murder Mystery Dinner on
A group of friends will
join together to become re-created infamous characters such as...
Friday, May 6, 2011 by
restored 1890's farmhouse in Ashland, Oregon,
Blue Moon Bed and Breakfast
is an ideal temporary
home for visitors to the stunning Pacific Northwest.
Originally built as a farmhouse in the 1890's, the Inn has been
hosting visitors to Ashland since 1991. It was named The
MouseTrap Inn as a nod to a historic (and now defunct) pine
mousetrap factory in the City which once supplied 90% of the
nation's traps! Of course, with Ashland's theatrical
history, many visitors associate the name with...Read More
Tuesday, April 19, 2011 by
Wallowa County Chamber of Commerce recently released its new
Arts, History & Cultural Guide
. You can download the
PDF at this link to learn more about what's going on in this
authentic Oregon corner.
Wallowa County is home to a diverse group of artists and artistic
bronze foundries. With drop dead scenery
Northeastern Oregon, many photographers calls Wallowa County
home. You'll find many local artists represented in the
scattered from Joseph to
Monday, April 18, 2011 by
Get to know our State like a local; stay with one of our near 100
hosts in any one of our many regions. Experience romantic
getaways, historic treasures, and tucked away rustic
retreats. Whether your trip is for a quiet escape to a quaint
rural or coastal town, for a World Class City experience or for a
new spin on business travel, you can be assured of combining
gracious hospitality with ambiance by staying at an inspected and
Bed and Breakfast Guild
member InnRead More
Wednesday, March 30, 2011 by
Today the Annual Meeting of the Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild
place in Eugene at C'est
la Vie Inn
. It's the annual convivial meeting of Oregon's
best innkeepers and we're looking forward to seeing innkeepers from
across the state of Oregon.
We spent the night before here at C'est la Vie Inn--one of
many OBBG member inns with green
. Anne-Marie is very sensitive to
the environment and emphasizes green products, recycling, local
products--all in a very luxurious...Read More
Monday, March 28, 2011 by
WildSpring Guest Habitat
recently published their Spring
. This green lodging facility on the Oregon
Coast is perfect for your upcoming getaway. Thanks to
Michelle and Dean for sharing! Sustainable travel on
the Oregon Coast is closer than you think. Contact
WildSpring Guest Habitat toll-free at 866-333-9453 to start your
Spring green vacation today. Here are some highlights from
Spring is coming to
And that means our annual explosion
of wild irises, each...
Saturday, April 16, 2011 by
Ridge - The Farm and Lodge, is a working orchard and Oregon bed
and breakfast located on the west slopes of the Hood River
Valley. You'll feel like you are sitting on top of the world
as you enjoy panoramic views of the valley and majestic Mt Hood
from your private patios or the extensive decks.Read More
The Farm grows organic dark sweet cherries and delicate
pears many of which make it to the amazing breakfasts served
at the Lodge along with many other organic fruits and
Friday, March 11, 2011 by
you looking for where to stay in Oregon
Do you automatically think
about a chain hotel or
a chain motel?
Have you ever considered staying at an Oregon bed and
breakfast? Things have changed!
the spare bedroom in somebody's house
now that little Johnny went off to college. And you
don't have to share a bathroom
with the owner
The Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild membership includes a
of inns--small and large, modest and
lavish, metropolitan and...Read More
Friday, February 11, 2011 by
Eco friendly travel is just one of the things Oregon bed and
breakfasts might specialize in. Here's some breaking news
WildSpring Guest Habitat's owner Michele Duarte:
Hi there....we just found out
something very cool....actually two things very cool...and just
wanted to share:
just wrote about us (again) as one of five luxury vacations in the
U.S. And Spawards just listed us as one of the top 100 spas in the
Sunday, February 6, 2011 by
Romantic weekend getaways are just around the corner with
Valentine's Day Weekend. Roselyn, innkeeper at the romantic
bed and breakfast R.R.
Thompson House in Carlton, offers some specific Valentine's
Weekend recommendations for exploring Oregon Wine Country:
- Celebrate Valentine's Day in the Willamette Valley and
experience the quiet beauty of Oregon's premier wine country in
winter. Tasting rooms and wineries will bring out the cupid
in you with special events which are hard to resist....
Friday, February 4, 2011 by
Last week we spent a few days in Bend,
. Last year we went snowmobiling twice and loved it so a
copy of 2010's fun and exciting experiences are on tap for 2011 as
Ray booked us a 4 hour snowmobiling trip and taking friends from
SoCal, we wanted to show them a good time in Oregon so we took the
longer tour and had lunch at a lodge accessible only by snowmobile.
Taking the wrong trail a few times made the trip better and
following each other through the snow, through groomed roads...Read More
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 by
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.
Oregon B&B Guild website ~ offering 'one stop
shopping' when planning your Oregon Vacation
Target Market page to...
Monday, January 24, 2011 by
Mass., Jan. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ TripAdvisor®, the
world's largest travel site*, today announced the winners of its
2011 Travelers' Choice® awards. This year 676 establishments
were recognized in the ninth year of the competition. Unlike any
other hotel honors, TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice winners are based
on millions of real and unbiased reviews and opinions from
travelers around the world.Read More
"Based on reviews from millions of travelers around the globe,
TripAdvisor is able to...