The Cornerstone B&B, the newest member of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild, was built in 2006 on the south side of Cooper Mountain and is a gateway to wine country overlooking beautiful green pastures, orchards and vineyards.
In the warm summer evenings guests love to watch the crimson sunset from their rocking chairs on the large covered deck surrounding the house. If you listen carefuly you can hear the owls hooting in the twilight and watch over 20 species of birds coming for their last meal of the day at our feeders.
There inn was built with your safety in mind. There is not a single step that you have to navigate between your car and your room. One guest rooms is specifically designed to meet ADA compliance. Every room has its own private entrance from the deck that surrounds the house.
The Cooper Mountain Nature Park, atop the butte where the south ends of Beaverton and Aloha meet, with spectacular views of the Tualatin Valley and Chehalem Mountain from its open south slope, just minutes from the inn.
Cooper Mountain Nature Park has 3.5 miles of gravel surface trails over its 231 acres. The looping trail system covers well the public land at the summit of the 774-foot high butte.
One has so many eco friendly travel options in Oregon and the member inns of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild are happy to share ways to enjoy geotourism with you.