Join us for a weekend of chocolate! Our Chocolate Lovers Getaway weekend February 10th through the 12th includes a two night stay (second night 1/2 off) and a chocolate lovers dinner on February 11th. Upon arrival you will be indulged with champagne and chocolate dipped strawberries in your room....Read More
Extended family travel is more common as grandparents have the time to take their grandchildren on vacation. Here's a story from a guest of 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...Read More
Long Hollow Ranch, a unique ranch stay in of the
Oregon Bed and Breakfast
Guild, offers an at home atmosphere perfect for every
season of the year. Join us for Bed & Breakfast
during fall, winter or spring. Off season weather can be
unpredictable and capricious, so outdoor activities may be limited,
but the ranch houses are quiet and comfortable - A Perfect
Whether you are planning a simple birthday dinner for a family member or a week long retreat for the team, small groups and...
No other experience brings you that elusive thing we call home as quickly as waking up to the warm and comforting aromas of breakfast. Imagine these drifting up the stairwells and down the halls. Coffee being freshly brewed and sweet and savory delights hot out of the oven. You know that something wonderful awaits your arrival at the breakfast table. Any possibility might exist. You may be surprised with fresh scones with homemade jams, gnocchi with fresh herbs, a 3” high savory custard, or...Read More
When was the last time you were charged for a cup of coffee at a Bed and Breakfast? WiFi? A biscotti? A sip of sherry? I'm thinking never! This is becoming the norm as we see the ever-increasing hotel add-on fees. Mark Orwoll, trusted travel journalist, recently published a story in Travel & Leisure Magazine about the world's most outrageous hotel fees. Heather Tyreman, my colleague and fellow blogger for the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild, blogged about this same topic some time back in "H...Read More
Culinary Tourists, listen up. You'd travel miles for the
best Street-Food. Even plan whole culinary vacations
around Street-Food. Well, you need only travel to
Portland, Oregon for the very best in Street Food. #1 in the
World in fact according to Budget
Travel and US News Travel
"With more than 400 carts selling everything from Korean tacos to Carolina-style barbecue, Food Carts Portland is a microcosm of mobile meals, " according to Marisa Robertson-Textor.
Lunchtime crowds gather near SW...
It's that time of year again. A time when the Farmer's Markets in Oregon open and the Oregon Bounty begins to flows. Found some fresh organic strawberries at ours this week and it just gets better from here out!
What do you see in this photo? If you answered apples, mushrooms, potatoes, bread and greens, you would be right. I see a savory Italian Fritatta with Argula and mushrooms, herbed roasted potatoes, a rich and flavorful banana French Toast and Old Parkdale Inn’s famous Baked Fuji...Read More
our Guest Blogger
Lori McKean, Arch Cape Inn and Retreat
Arch Cape Inn and Retreat on the Oregon Coast is pleased to announce the arrival of our new Chef, Noah EunJung Kaufman, who will debut his culinary creations at the Inn beginning February 2010. Kaufman was born in South Korea and adopted by his American parents at an early age. While serving at the award winning 1913 Room in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Kaufman's love for food blossomed and, in the fall of 2003, he enrolled at The Culinary...
is all about the food. I am so excited to be a member of the
Hood River Organics CSA (Community Supported
Agriculture) Coop, bringing fresh, locally grown, organic food to
my front porch! Each week throughout the
year the participating farms work with multiple other
farmers and producers in the Columbia River Gorge area to put
together a box of the most delicious, healthy, seasonal food.
Did I mention it will be delivered to my door?
Slow food is an idea, a way of living and a way of...
Photo posted by Troy McMullin. For more of this same story, visit the Pacific Crest Stock Photography Blog here.
Are you transported yet? Ready for a morning stroll on the Oregon Coast? Once you've visited Troy's post, you'll be more than ready to look for your Oregon Coast lodging in Pacific City so you can retrace his path.
The Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild has three outstanding members in Pacific City. All are ready to welcome you and give you their favorite hints on walking the...
Gresham and its neighboring East County cities may not be known as a haven for public artwork. But, if you take the time to look around, there are numerous opportunities — both...Read More