2331 Northeast Knott Street Portland, OR 97212-3431
For a different kind of stay in a historic Portland neighborhood, this grand old house could be the ticket. Built in 1910, Knott Street Inn Bed and Breakfast offers cozy, comfortable lodgings in a central location, only a quick drive over the Broadway Bridge from Downtown. The inn is also close to Northeast Portland attractions, including the Rose Quarter, Oregon Convention Center and the shops of Lloyd Center. The neighborhood is a perfect place to take long walks or to explore intimately.
Georgian House Bed and Breakfast-1922 bed and breakfast is located in the historic neighborhood of Irvington. The property is a red-brick colonial house with dark-blue trim and a wrought iron gate. Relax in one of four rooms, two of which have private baths. While staying here, enjoy the gas fireplace, afternoon tea, sunbathing veranda, rose garden and the neighborhood's old tree-lined streets. Full breakfast is served in the dining room and is complete with homegrown berries of the season. Check in time varies with room availability. Check out time is after breakfast.
A grand home is yours if you stay at this friendly bed and breakfast in the city's historic Irvington neighborhood. The house was built in 1906 and lives up to its designation on the National Register of Historic Places. Rooms are intimate and cozy, but still have that Victorian elegance. Be prepared to share some conversation with the other guests during breakfast, which is served at a large, antique table in a wood-paneled dining room.
Nestled in historic Irvington, the facade of this bed and breakfast is a smaller version of the nation's first accommodations; that is, where the president lives. Close to the trendy shops and restaurants of Broadway, Lloyd Center Mall and MAX light rail, all you will need are your walking shoes to get around. The rooms are tastefully furnished with antiques and rugs, and most have four-poster beds. A rare B&B find: each bedroom has a private bath.
Built in the 1970s, this groovy hotel has been restored to its former glory and now features funky rooms with bright colors, comfortable linens, private decks and bevy of amenities unique to Portland. The artwork seen throughout is done by local artists and the rooftop terrace offers a great view. King and queen suites are available with full kitchens and wet bars. Although there is no onsite restaurant, the Inn at Northrup Station is conveniently located in a bustling neighborhood filled with a wide variety of food options. For a truly unique stay in Portland, this hotel lives up to the hype.
Park Lane Inn & Suites is located within walking distance of beautiful Washington Park. The hotel was built in the 1950s, renovated in the late '80s and is now decorated with pastels and modern furnishings. Every reasonably priced suite has lots of room with a wealth of amenities. Local calls are free. Bus service, gourmet restaurants, shopping and entertainment are all located nearby. Make use of the in-room iron, hairdryer, kitchen, sofa sleeper and desk.
Northwest Portland International Hostel & Guesthouse is an upscale hostel in Northwest Portland. The mostly young, low-budget clientele choose between bunk beds in a shared dorm room or a limited number of family rooms. The common areas are comfortable, with couches, games and books to read. You will know you are in Portland, because even the hostel boasts of an espresso bar! Walk outside into the urban heart of the city, which is convenient to upscale boutiques and restaurants. This hostel is clean and feels safe.
Located in the Nob Hill district, this small hotel The Silver Cloud Inn is part of a Washington-based chain. Thirteen locations in Washington and Oregon offer solid accommodations for the traveler. Rooms are spacious, comfy and inexpensive, without compromising quality. You will receive the same amenities that you would if you stayed with a national chain. And even better, this chain knows about the silver lining. Data ports and Nintendo are in every room.
High atop the hills that crest above downtown, you will find this magnificent bed and breakfast. The English Tudor was originally built in 1904 and was renovated in 1906. All six rooms abound in elegance and include private baths. The common rooms are cozy and your continental breakfast will be served fireside. Ideal for the business traveler who has grown tired of the run-of-the-mill hotel, these accommodations fulfill modern needs.
River's Edge Bed & Breakfast on historic Sauvie Island faces the wide Columbia River. On the other side is the state of Washington, and before your eyes is the final stretch of the Northwest Passage where Lewis and Clark found a freeway to the Pacific. Still conveniently located 20 minutes from downtown, the inn is a quiet, comfortable escape. The old shore house is a nostalgic trip. With only two rooms, you are sure to find seclusion up here.
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