Oregon Coast Intimate Weddings and Elopements

Oregon Coast Intimate Weddings and Elopements
 
Whether you're looking to run away and elope on the Oregon coast or are planning a small, intimate wedding, Sandlake Country Inn has a package for couples who are looking for a stress free wedding or elopement at a sensible price. Let us help you plow through the list of Oregon wedding sites and find what's right for you.
 
Are you looking for a no fuss, beach ceremony or a more extensive small intimate wedding? Oregon Coast Small Weddings and Elopements can help! They offer 'Personal Service at...
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2013 Britt Festival in Southern Oregon and your Personalized Shuttle Service

Guest blogger Vikki Lynn from Bybee's Historic Inn at Jacksonville, Oregon, sends in the following announcement about the Britt Festival, an annual music event in Jacksonville:

The stars are out for Britt 2013!

Britt has launched this year's lineup! As always, you can expect their signature mix of classical, blues, rock, pop, country and more. You'll enjoy great performers that are new to the Britt stage like Cyndi Lauper, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Scotty McCreery, Tegan & Sar and the Steve Miller Band,...

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What Everybody Ought to Know About Nez Perce Art in the Wallowa

The 16th Annual Nez Perce Art in the Wallowa is coming up very quickly--Saturday of the first weekend in October 2012 to be exact.  If you like contemporary Native American art then you don't want to miss this opportunity.  Nez Perce Indian and nearly Columbia River Tribal Plateau artists will once again display and offer their work for sale at the historic Wallowa Lake Lodge in Northeastern Oregon.

Live and silent auctions take place in the afternoon of Saturday, October 4, 2012, from noon to 4...

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What Everybody Ought to Know About Britt Festival

The innkeepers of Bybee's Historic Inn near Jacksonville, Oregon, want to make sure their guests know what's going on nearby.  Coming up soon on Saturday, June 9, 2012, the Britt Festival opens in Jacksonville!  Vikki and Tina invite you to stay at their inn on the outskirts of Jacksonville while you attend the Britt Festival.  Give them a call toll-free at (877) 292-3374 and let them help design your authentic Oregon vacation experience. 

Bybee's Historic Inn is also a great place to think about...

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The Secret to Oregon Wedding Planning

Bronze Antler Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers at the Northeast Oregon Bridal Show in LaGrande OregonInnkeepers get around.  On March 17, 2012, Bill Finney & Heather Tyreman from the Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast in Joseph, OR, participated in the NE Oregon Bridal Show in LaGrande, OR.  We met a lot of brides, grooms, girlfriends & mothers.  What a great show!  The best part for me was wandering around in one of our most comfortable Bronze Antler Bed and Breakfast spa robes.  The other exhibitors were so envious!

If you're planning an Oregon wedding anytime soon, be sure to check out the Wedding...

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Get your running shoes and head to Southern Oregon

Pear Blossom Run in Medford ORLike running shoes?  Like Southern Oregon?  The innkeepers of Bybee's Historic Inn just outside of Jacksonville, OR, would love to see you in April for the Pear Blossom Run!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who:  Anyone who wants to enter and support Jackson County High Schools, local school programs & the YMCA Annual Strong Communities Fundraising Campaign.

What:  36th Annual Pear Blossom Run

When:  Saturday, April 14, 2012

Where:  Medford, Oregon (not too far from Jacksonville, OR)

Why:  Rogue Valley's #1 athletic event. ...

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Belles and Beaus of Jacksonville Pay a Visit to Bybee's Historic Inn

Belles and Beaus of Jacksonville Oregon gather in November 2011 at Bybee's Historic Inn for an evening of Victorian fun.You just never know what's going to happen next when you visit an Oregon bed and breakfast.

Vikki Lynn and Tina Marie of Bybee's Historic Inn near Jacksonville, OR, don't let the grass grow under their feet!  There's always something new and exciting going on at this authentic Oregon lodging.  Here's a report about a recent Northwest culinary event at their inn, combined with a little bit of Victorian fun.

They write:

November 5th: Twenty-two members of Belles and Beaus of Jacksonville enjoyed... Read More
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Oregon Wedding Location Upgrades Its Facilities

Innkeepers Vicki and Tina Marie working on an new addition to one of their Southern Oregon wedding venues at Bybee's Historic Inn in Jacksonville, ORWhen you own and operate an Oregon bed and breakfast and you're also one of the popular Oregon wedding sites, you need to plan your improvements accordingly.  Vicki and Tina Marie at Bybee's Historic Inn in Jacksonville, OR, are doing just that.  Here's a little note about their latest improvement.  Vicki writes:

"As our 2011 summer season comes to an end, we are working on new amenities for the 2012 season.  Tina has always envisioned an outdoor fireplace in the north yard and this fall it...

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What to do when you lose an old tree? How about Oregon wedding sites?

Old maple tree on the grounds of Bybee's Historic Inn Jacksonville OR before the transformation.Bed and breakfasts are such wonderful places.  And bed and breakfast owners are special people interested in the properties they transform into B&Bs.  Many inns are located in historically significant homes and the owners do what they can to maintain the character of the house and its surroundings.

It's been said that B&B owners have done more for the preservation of older and/or historic homes in the United States through their preservation efforts than have the preservation societies (perhaps a...

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Free VIP Shuttle to the Britt Festival in Jacksonville, OR

The latest word from Vikki at Bybee's Historic Inn is complimentary transportation to/from the Britt Festival in Jacksonville, OR!  Join Vikki and Tina Marie at their authentic Oregon bed and breakfast for a night or two, or a week, while attending the Britt Festival!

Bybee's Historic Inn near Ashland OR lodging offers complimentary shuttle transportation to the Britt Festival in Jacksonville ORVikki writes:  The Classical Festival at the Britt has started and will continue through the month of August. 

Founded in 1963, the Britt Classical Festival features a professional orchestra of 90 musicians who come from all over...

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News from Jacksonville Oregon and Bybee's Historic Inn: Tea Party Anyone?

Baby showers at Bybee's Historic Inn in Jacksonville ORNow that Spring is definitely here things are starting to pop in Southern Oregon.  Bybee's Historic Inn is a favorite location in Southern Oregon for baby showers, birthday tea parties and other celebrations--not to mention that Bybee's is a fantastic Oregon wedding location.

Innkeepers Tina Marie and Vikki Lynn share the following with us:

Bybee’s has had a busy spring already.  We have had Tea parties for baby showers, birthdays.
 
There are two menu categories to choose from one includes...
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Sustainablecontentment.com author writes about Sustainable Travel on the Oregon Coast

WildSpring Guest Habitat on the Oregon CoastMichelle Duarte, owner of the WildSpring Guest Habitat, an eco friendly travel inn on the Oregon Coast, made us aware of this wonderful article written by C.J. Good.  You'll find more information about Ms.  Good's sustainable writings at sustainablecontentment.com:

Oregon Coastline: A Bed and Breakfast Inn That Renews, Recharges and Rejuvenates

Author: C.J. Good

Have you ever sojourned to a place that thrilled and excited you? Have you ever felt your spirit vibrate in response to the fierceness...

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"My Stay at Bybee's Historic Inn...Jacksonville, Oregon"

Guest Room at Bybee'sHave I mentioned lately how much I love my "volunteer" job with the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild?  Well, if not...here goes!  I LOVE THIS GIG!!!

I am one half of the OBBG membership team and believe me when I say that it is all about being a "team!"  Many of our innkeepers have experience when performing inspections for new inns and re-inspecting those inns that have been members for many years.  However, one inn in particular...Bybee's Historic Inn near Jacksonville, OR joined us about one...Read More
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Valentine's Day is coming: What about a 'Staycation' in town?

Valentine's Day is the perfect time to get away with your lovey for a refreshing pause.

Many of our member inns have romantic getaway packages.  But, think about this. . .

As nice as it would be to wake up in unfamiliar, beautiful scenery, what about waking up in your own town to a different view?  Didn't take a tank of gas to get there either, so you can spend more time focusing on your Valentine.

Salem, Portland, Eugene, Corvallis and Bend are all larger Oregon cities featuring Oregon Bed &...Read More
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Give the Gift of Relaxation

Looking for a meaningful gift for someone?  A wedding gift for the newly married?  A graduation present?

Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild Lodging Gift Vouchers might be just the thing.  You can give the gift of relaxation, time away from the everyday, the opportunity to gain a clear head.

OBBG Lodging Gift Vouchers are available in $25 increments and are valid at every Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild member across the state.  With nearly 90 members to choose among, that's a lot of choice.

And the...

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Move Your Family Reunion into A B&B This Summer

From BnBFinder Bed and Breakfast Blog:

"Family reunions are no longer limited to Thanksgiving or Christmas, or to being a one-day potato salad and hot dog affair. They can be customized to embrace every family’s lifestyle and hobbies, and for that reason, bed and breakfasts and innkeepers can be a reunion-planner’s best friend. Many B&Bs offer their entire premises as the venue for staging your event, and also offer a variety of packages  and activities to fit your family’s budget and...

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Eagle Cap Extreme Sled Dog Race in Northeastern Oregon, Jan 13-16, 2010

Rick Katucki and team at start of the 2009 Eagle Cap Extreme Sled Dog Race Joseph ORIt's time again for the annual Eagle Cap Extreme Sled Dog Race in Northeastern Oregon!  This race is Oregon's only sled dog race that is a qualifier for both the Alaska Iditarod and the Yukon Quest in Alaska/Canada.

In a recent press release, ECX President Clyde Raymer, Jr., announced that twelve teams are preregistered for the race--8 for the 100 mile race in the Eagle Cap Wilderness of Wallowa County, Oregon, and 4 for the 200 mile race through the Eagle Cap Wilderness to a site near Halfway,...

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The Romance, The Glamour and An Oregon Wedding!

When I think of an Oregon wedding, I think of white chairs lined up in the middle of a hazelnut orchard nestled somewhere in the Willamette Valley, huge white bouquets of flowers and ivy all blanketed by a backdrop mossy ground cover and then willow branches covering the bride and groom as they exchange vows and say their "I do's." I see white linens covering long tables set for one or two hundred guests, candles lit in rows with silver and crystal goblets with sweet little goodie boxes filled...Read More
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An Oregon Bed & Breakfast, Butterflies and Elk?

Elk on highway 38 between two Oregon Bed and Breakfasts.A 7:30am coffee wake-up call was the perfect way to crawl out of a cozy bed and greet the morning.  Last week we enjoyed visiting with our host Jon at Coos Bay Manor, an Oregon coast lodging facility and Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild membership inn.  

The manor boasts five guest rooms, a hearty, healthy breakfast and two sweet dogs that happily greet each and every guest.  This pet friendly inn offers the perfect location for bird watching, dune buggy rides in the sand dunes and many other...Read More
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Coffee, Doughnuts, Mancakes Any One??? 24 Hours As A Culinary Tourist!

Olives, Pinot Noir and Crusty Bread At La Buca, Portland, Oregon.Ok, so I never and I mean "never" eat doughnuts.  Well, just this one time I ate one.  But it was a vegan doughnut.  So, does that count???

My last 24 hours in Portland have been full.  And I really mean full in every sense of the word.  For my husbands birthday, we headed north and my goal was to check out as many little "out of the way" cafes and restaurants we could.  So I had a doughnut this morning at Voodoo Doughnuts.  I have wanted to try these doughnuts ever since moving to Oregon...Read More
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