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Abbey Road Farm B&B

10501 NE Abbey Rd, Carlton, OR 97111-9303
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Set among the rolling hills of Yamhill County, Abbey Road Farm B&B lies in the very heart of Oregon's Wine Country. We have converted three grain bins traditionally used for agricultural storage into America's Most Instagrammable Bed & Breakfast!
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My husband and I had the pleasure of staying at the Abbey Road Farm B&B. It was a wonderful experience all the way around. From the picturesque setting to the adorable room to the best-ever inn keepers, we loved every minute. Eric and Sara, the innkeepers, were beyond fabulous....think customer service gurus meet bad ass chefs and you will get Sara and Eric. Their hospitality, love of Oregon and their incredible skills in the kitchen made our stay exceptional. You do NOT want to miss them or their biscuits, breakfast creations, homemade jellies, or their solid vinyl playlist! This is a MUST DO in Oregon wine country!
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Response from kristenb941, Director of Sales at Abbey Road Farm B&B
Responded Aug 25, 2019
Thank you so much for the kind words and recommendation. We are thrilled you enjoyed your stay and hope to have you back again soon!
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For my husband's 70th birthday I looked for an interesting experience near Carlton, OR. Who would have thought Carlton would be a "destination", but it certainly is now! When I found Abbey Road Farm, sleeping in a grain bin, or silo, sounded interesting for a guy with country roots! They were very nice, new accommodations and in a lovely, rural setting. It was so very quiet there, even with combines working in the distance. Music to my husband's ears. Breakfasts, of local ingredients, were incredible and we enjoyed visiting with the innkeepers/chefs, Eric and Sara. The location was very close to Carlton wine tasting rooms and other wineries in the area. Carlton has some good restaurants to choose from and we also got to a few antique stores, especially in Lafayette. We met many wonderful people in our explorations as well the other guests at Abbey Road Farm. It was a great experience, even getting in on a wedding, that made it a very memorable birthday. We'd love to go Abbey Road Farm B & B again.
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Response from kristenb941, Director of Sales at Abbey Road Farm B&B
Responded Aug 25, 2019
Thanks so much for taking the time to share your experience. So happy you enjoyed your husband's 70th birthday with us and got to take in some of the local experiences. We are blessed to be in such a fun part of the state. Come back and see us again soon!
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Last minute booking and so glad we ended up here. Beautiful property and amazing, amazing breakfast. Eric and Sara are great hosts and made us feel very welcome. Live animals on property were a nice touch. They're building a winery and we plan to come back to check it out
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Response from kristenb941, Director of Sales at Abbey Road Farm B&B
Responded Aug 25, 2019
Thanks so much for staying with us! The winery and tasting room are officially complete so come back anytime.
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My husband and I stayed in September and it was wonderful. The Pinot Noir suite was amazing, looking out over the beautiful rolling hills of wine country. We strolled the property, visited the farm animals (BABY GOATS!!!), and just had the most relaxing stay. Make sure you get up for breakfast - so, so delicious!
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Response from kristenb941, Director of Sales at Abbey Road Farm B&B
Responded Aug 25, 2019
So glad you enjoyed your stay with us. The goats are one of our favorites too! You will have to come back and hang out with the "Golden Girls" again soon!
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No matter if you live in Portland or are from somewhere outside of the immediate region, Abbey Road Farm B & B is a perfect location to experience wine country. My partner and I decided to celebrate my birthday with a day of wine tasting, a great dinner (of course with wine) and an overnight without the stresses and danger of driving home at night. Abbey Road is an 82 acre farm that also happens to host AgriVino, an Italian farm-style restaurant. Taken together, Abbey Road and AgriVino very much resemble Agriturismos in Italy, which are some of the best places to stay in the Italian countryside. We stayed in the Pinot Noir Suite on the second floor of the "Silo" building. Our arrival happened to coincide with the host not being present. A little odd, perhaps, but not to worry: Printed information was available in the Silo reception area, the key to our suite was in the door, and we quickly made ourselves comfortable. The rate for our suite was $279/night with breakfast. WHAT WE LIKED: --The Silo building is, overall, unique, and the Pinot Noir Suite (one of five) was spacious with simple contemporary furnishings and a super comfortable king-sized bed. Everything appeared well maintained and clean. --Complimentary wifi is fast and consistent. --An awesome breakfast served in the kitchen in the lower level of the Ranch House is included with the room rate. (The Ranch House, itself, is self-catering, has three bedrooms and is rented as a complete unit). --The lounge comes equipped with a Keurig coffee machine and Portland Roasting and Seattle Best coffee pods. Chilled white wines (mostly Willamette Valley chardonnays from various wineries) were available in a mini-fridge and, as far as I could tell, were complimentary. --The chef, who was part of the culinary team at Higgins in downtown Portland, and the host were delightful when we finally met them at breakfast. --AgriVino is located on the farm but is otherwise a separate business and is a mere 50-75 yards from the suites. --Abbey Road Farm is just a few miles outside of Carlton, one of the epicenters of Oregon wine country. Goats, donkeys, sheep, chickens, ducks, and others are all around the property. The view of the surrounding hills and countryside is wonderful! WHAT COULD BE DIFFERENT: Not much in our opinion. The rate is on the high side; but, we felt that the owners deliver value. The combination of dinner, bed, and breakfast in a sublime setting is unbeatable! We will return!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Abbey Road Farm B&B
Which popular attractions are close to Abbey Road Farm B&B?
Nearby attractions include Willamette Valley (3.0 miles), Sokol Blosser Winery (3.7 miles), and Penner-Ash Wine Cellars (3.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Abbey Road Farm B&B?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Abbey Road Farm B&B?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Abbey Road Farm B&B?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Abbey Road Farm B&B?
Conveniently located restaurants include Rosmarino Osteria Italiana, The Horse Radish, and Tina's.
Are there any historical sites close to Abbey Road Farm B&B?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Champoeg State Heritage Park (6.3 miles) and Hoover Minthorn House (6.6 miles).