Congratulations to Oregon B&B Guild member Abbey Road Farm near Carlton, Oregon, for their mention in Bonnie Tsui's recent New York Times Travel section article, "On This Oregon Trail, Pioneers Embrace Organic Wine" (NYT Travel, April 30, 2010)!
. . .For those on the eco-trail, there are also inventive places to stay, like Abbey Road Farm, a five-room bed-and-breakfast on a working farm with modern rooms inside converted grain silos. Circular rooms have floors warmed by radiant heat, Jacuzzi baths and expansive views of the lush countryside. Breakfasts are made from ingredients straight from the garden: farm-fresh egg frittatas, homemade granola with huckleberries and warm zucchini bread, all made by the proprietor, Judi Stuart. Trails crisscross the grounds, making it a lovely place to explore. . .
Abbey Road Farm is one of the more unique inns of the Oregon B&B Guild. Where else can you spend the night in a silo? If you're looking for Oregon Wine Country lodging, give this unique bed and breakfast a look see. And save yourself a copy of Bonnie's article for some Oregon Wine Country touring.