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 recipient can decide where and when to use them. So maybe they'd like to walk in the sand on the Oregon Coast? Hike along the rim of Crater Lake? Catch a new museum exhibit in Portland? Sample a pinot noir in the Oregon Wine Country?
It's not just about the lodging. It's about time.
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You can purchase Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild Lodging Gift Vouchers by clicking on the button at the right side of this page. Or you can call the Guild at 1-800-944-6196 and talk to Rickie.
You choose the amount and where you'd like them delivered. We'll send them by mail with delivery confirmation along with a current Print Directory of where in Oregon our bed and breakfast members are located.
It's that simple. Not much of your time, but a generous gift of time for your recipient. What are you waiting for?
This is Winderlea Vineyard and Winery's second OTBN. Winderlea uses the occasion to preview its new vintage and pull something from the cellar (this year, proprietor Donna Morris is considering a 1985 Elk Cove Vineyards Reserve). Chef Paul Bachand will serve a selection of hors d'oeuvres and a three-course dinner. Guests should bring a bottle to share. Call 503-554-5900 to RSVP; winderlea.com.
WHEN Feb. 28, 6 p.m.
WHERE 8905 N.E. Worden Hill Rd., Dundee, Ore.
HOW MUCH $100
Now, if you're going to Winderlea for OTBN, you're going to need to some fine Oregon Wine Country lodging for your night after the event, and the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild has just the place for you--quite a few places, in fact.
150 Days of Wine in the Willamette Valley
Feb. 14 kicks of wine event
Members of the Willamette Valley Wineries Association are ready to pop a few corks come Valentine's Day, the date when Oregon became a state 150 years ago. And Oregon Wine Country Bed and Breakfasts are there to accommodate you with Twenty Four quality Bed and Breakfasts!
The date also is when the Willamette Valley Wineries Association will kick off "150 Days of Wine in the Willamette Valley," a series of wine events and activities. The events are scheduled from Feb. 14 through Labor Day.
The 150 Days of Wine is part of a larger statewide promotion, Oregon 150, led by a nonprofit organization including volunteers from across the state. For more information on Oregon 150, go to www.oregon150.org. Or call 503-445-7120.
"It was a natural fit for our wine association to spearhead 150 Days of Wine in the Willamette Valley and partner with the smaller winery organizations in the region," said Sue Horstmann, WVWA executive director.
"The popularity of the Willamette Valley as a wine region has been growing steadily during the past quarter century, and while considered a new industry for Oregon we continue to attract visitors from all 50 states and international destinations as well." For planned event information visit the Willamette Valley Wineries Association website
And for the very best in Oregon Bed and Breakfast lodging and hospitality stay at our member inns in the Oregon Wine Country