We had a nice and relaxing stay here. Earlier in the day we had completed a 45/55 mile bike ride in the Eola Hills area and decided to stay in wine country overnight and do some wine tasting the following day. We're from the area, and knew most of the "named wineries" and were on a quest for something different. Brad and Dave made several suggestions and some phone calls and we spent Monday checking out some new gems.
The grounds of the Inn are very nice, and breakfast was amazing. I gave Dave and Brad a heads up about food allergies when we made the resevation, and they were very accommodating. Our room was nice and we didn't even hear the other guests arriving late that evening.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located In the Vineyards half way between Portland and 1 hour to the Oregon Coast in the Dundee Hills 2 1/2 miles up from hwy 99 in Willamette & Yamill Valley Wine Country.60 wineries with in 10 minutes some in walking distance- with 5 restaurants minutes away. 5 acres of highly manicured grounds-vistas-100 year old trees with 2 Gazebo's decks and tranquility. Build in 1908 restored by it's owners to an era of taste and refinemment and shared with it's guests. Each suite is themed in the Continents of the world-with gifts and journey's by it's owners and Innkeepers and offering only the highest standards in all it's amenities--"Thread count Does matter" and a good laugh helps- Gourmet Breakfasts platted and served in courses-by candle light- Menu's vary with the sourced local bounty and modified for those with special diets. Other activities near by include -Evergreen Aviation Museum-Horseback riding in the vineyards-Hiking-bicycle journeys-Bird watching at the Manor- Balloon rides etc--Innkeepers offer Full Concierge for your enjoyment-Fodor's choice 2011-12 and photo shoot & printed in Frommers.Touring and Tasting magazines Gold Accommodation Award-#1 on Trip Advisor for seven years. Just the place to unwind- ... more less