The process of being an Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild member is a slow and steady one. First, aspiring members must prove their merit by providing the Guild with proof of food handlers' training, commercial liability insurance, and other licenses and permits. Once all of this paperwork is approved, the inn must successfully pass a physical inspection by the Guild's administrative team. The Guild's Quality Assurance Standards and Guidelines are used for the inspection.
Our newest member, The DreamGiver's Inn in Newberg, Oregon, recently blogged about their inspection and membership. Kristen writes:
Linda and I decided to join the OBBG as we believe their professionalism, meetings and website offered to their members would be a wonderful association for us to be a part of. We had an on-site and thorough inspection where we had to meet certain criteria to become a part of this group. This is what they just wrote about us this week! "'The inspection of DreamGiver's Inn in Newberg went very well yesterday. The place is gorgeous--10+ acres outside of town, and the whole house done with great attention to detail.' writes Rickie Hart, OBBG Administrative Assistant." Thanks Rickie! We enjoyed meeting you, and look forward to a great partnership with the Guild!
We're happy to welcome Kristen and business partner Linda into our family of the best Oregon bed and breakfasts.
And we invite everyone to visit them. Visit their blog. Visit their website. Give them a call at (503) 625-1476. Better yet, visit their Oregon Wine Country lodging and discover this fine Oregon Bed & Breakfast for yourself!