Built in 1905, this hotel has watched the town of McMinnville grow; it has served as a meeting place for the community for nearly a century. The four-story building has been used for a bus depot, lounge, soda fountain and dance hall in addition to a Western Union office. Rooms feature a queen or king bed and either a private, shared or common bathroom. All rooms are non-smoking. Be sure to tour the local wineries while staying here.
7801 Northeast Greenwood Drive Vancouver, WA 98662
Vancouver's only first-class hotel, this lodge is owned by the same people who own the Heathman Hotel in Portland. Complete with a towering cedar totem, timber and Pendleton Woolens, the lodge is decorated in Pacific Northwest style. Fine dining is available at the hotel's restaurant, Hudson's Bar and Grill. Across from the Westfield Shopping Town, this property is central to nearly everything and is only 15 minutes from the Portland Airport. For reservations and more information, visit their website or call ahead.
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.
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.
While contemporary bed and breakfasts seem to lack the warmth of Old World charm, Irvington Inn Bed and Breakfast escapes frills and fluff without jeopardizing that essential ambiance. The rooms are dressed in ethnic themes with colorful quilts and heavy antiques, especially in the Amish Star Room and the African Room. This cozy 1934 Tudor is close to everything. The operators also seem to understand the meaning of bed and breakfast. Wake up to percolated coffee and Apple Puff Pancakes with Cinnamon Custard Sauce or try the Oatmeal Brule with Minted Berry Compote.
2321 Northeast 28th Avenue At Thompson Street Portland, OR 97212-4913
Located on the east side of Irvington, this magnificent old home makes for a wonderful stay. The manor offers five rooms, three with private bathrooms. The rooms vary in size to fill your specific needs. Tudor House Bed & Breakfast offers discounts for multiple-room bookings, longer stays and corporate traveling. Whether you are looking for a romantic room with a fireplace or a functional room with an extra bed, the innkeeper here will take good care of you. Children are welcome and full breakfasts are served between 7:30a and 9a.
Pretend you are Scarlett O'Hara or Rhett Butler while you stay at this Greek revival mansion, built in 1851 for Captain Ainsworth and his bride. The house is filled with exquisite antiques; some are part of Oregon's own history. The home was originally remodeled at the turn of the 20th Century, providing windows that span from the floor to the ceiling in many rooms. Now the Captain Ainsworth House Bed and Breakfast provides comfortable rooms with basic amenities for relaxation .
Willamette Gables Riverside Estate sits on the scenic Willamette River banks. Five sprawling acres include the enormous plantation-style accommodations, surrounding gardens and a forest of Douglas firs. Simply elegant, the old river-front house offers pure country luxury. An 80-foot porch runs the length of the grand structure and overlooks the pruned gardens. Inside, the crystal chandeliers, baby grand piano and breathtaking curved staircase will dazzle you. Consider holding your wedding reception or other event on the estate.
3031 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard Portland, OR 97214
If you do not mind sharing a bathroom and making your calls from a pay phone in the lobby, then you cannot beat this hostel for price and convenience. Choose from a bunk in a dormitory room or one of two private family rooms. The common areas are spacious and cheerful, with a big dining table, kitchen facilities, a luxurious front porch and a huge new deck overlooking the backyard. And it is only going to get better. Walk to all the Hawthorne area attractions.
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.
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