On March 31st, 2003, we arrived in Parkdale and began our journey as innkeepers of the Old Parkdale Inn, a Mt. Hood Bed and Breakfast. It was something I had dreamed about doing for quite awhile and some days I still pinch myself and some days I ask myself what am I doing!
Today I begin my 9th year. My, time certainly flies when we are having fun! And I am having fun. Oh, I admit there are days when it gets a little rough, say mid September when we have had a constant turnover of guests experiencing Oregon. But those guests are amazing and I wouldn't trade them for the world. Some have become friends, almost family, they have returned so many times.
The Old Parkdale Inn is nestled in the Hood River Valley on the northern slope of Mt. Hood. We are the perfect base for outdoor adventure and quiet retreats. Our grounds have been recognized as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat and we look forward to spring and the arrival of the many birds that frequent our feeders.
Located in the heart of the Fruit loop, a scenic 35 mile driving tour past family farms, fruit stands, wineries, and friendly communities, we anxiously await the show of blossoms ready to open in the acres of pears, cherries and apples.
On Blossom Fest Weekend, April 15/16, businesses along the Fruit Loop open after their winter nap and celebrate spring with art shows, music, and of course, food.
As a Certified Green Lodging member of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild you can rest assured you will experience accommodations fulfilling your sustainable travel needs. Our inn has three artistically decorated guest rooms, all with private bath, eco friendly products, a modern kitchen and dining room where we serve up a hearty Northwest culinary breakfast.
The Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast, , the Hood River Valley blossoms, Mt. Hood. Is there a better way to welcome spring?