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The Vintages Trailer Resort

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#1 of 4 Specialty lodging in Dayton
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The Vintages Trailer Resort is located in the heart of the Willamette Valley, halfway between Dundee and historic downtown McMinnville. The 34 trailers are grouped together in their own neighborhood within the 15-acre Willamette Wine Country RV Park. Each trailer has been fully renovated and restored to offer a unique lodging experience tailored to compliment your wine tasting, dining and exploration.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Conference Facilities
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor pool
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Self-Serve Laundry
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Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
Non-smoking rooms
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Offers & Announcements:Free Tasting Passport
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I highly recommended the Vintages! Our trailer was beautiful & comfortable: excellent bed! We appreciated the robes, slippers & soft bedding as well as the bath products. The stove is pretty, but just for looks, though each trailer comes with an electric kettle & coffee for pour overs. Super stay in Oregon’s lovely wine country!
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Property's Favorite Review
We stayed 2 nights here and thoroughly enjoyed our stay! We stayed in the 1977 Airstream and loved it (even with the small hot water tank! LOL) We enjoyed both nights by the firepits - we even had pizza delivered to the Fireside and ate pizza and wings and shared a bottle of wine by the fire. It was WONDERFUL. The Airstream had upgraded touches in the kitchen and bath but still retained it's 1977 vintage appeal for sure. The front desk staff we encountered were wonderful. We had a blast cruising around on the bikes too. My in-laws have an RV so when they heard where were staying opted to get a hotel up the street - and regretted it!! They hung out with us in our driveway and at the fireside. They do have wine and beer in the General Store if you need it and a lot of cute stuff (I wanted one of each. :) ) Things to know - there is a small hot water tank so you have to take quick showers (no big deal). They have a large bathroom/shower area by the fire pits. My fiance loved riding the bikes so he gladly rode his bike to the showers and back to save the hot water for me. The shower/bathroom area looks new and is very nice.
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This place is so cool. We stayed in one of the small Airstream trailers. It’s was in perfect shape and had a microwave, coffee set up and fridge. We went to get away for a couple days and it was the perfect trip. We hit several wineries one day and just decided to hang at the park one day. We hit the pool and rode the bikes that are included on each site. They had a food cart one day that had fantastic Hawaiian food. Two wineries I would recommend are Stoller and Durant vineyards. Very nice trip. We’ll be back.
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We stayed in the 1954 Anderson. I've wanted to stay at The Vintages for a long time so when a chance to win a gift certificate came at a silent auction - I made sure we were the winners. Our stay was in late April. Everything seemed fine at first. We spent some time at the cute fire pit area. And we walked around the park - the first weird thing is that the regular RV side isn't people coming to tour wine country and parking their RV's which is what I thought it was - but rather people living in them permanently. Some of them are kind of sketchy - not well kept. Then we noticed that some things were not quite in good repair with our trailer - like a light fixture was barely on and the sinks both in the bathroom and kitchen could have used to be re-surfaced. They may have been original but they just looked dirty - gross gas station bathroom type dirty. Bedtime came and my husband sees an ant on the nightstand... then another... then another.... then he looked to see where the ants were coming from - next to the bed. The space between the bed and the nightstand was filthy!!! There was dust and actual things (left behind). The comforter was between two flat sheets - not a duvet just between two sheets so you could certainly touch the comforter that the last people to stay had probably touched. Also there was a definite tilt to the trailer (front to back) I'm okay with a lot of things at a hotel, but not dirty. Ants can happen anywhere but could the cleaning staff vacuum between the between the bed and nightstand on a regular basis?? The park staff needs to go through the trailers regularly checking for broken/nearly items or things that the cleaners are missing. The dirt and the weird comforter situation got us.... we only live 1/2 hour away so we gave up and went home to a clean house. I'm glad our gift certificate purchase was a donation to a charity because the actual price of The Vintages is high enough that guests should expect a place that is clean and in good repair.
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We rented 5 trailers for a group trip and really enjoyed the vintage style, the twinkle lights, riding the bikes about the park, and sitting by the fire. However, the front desk staff and the manager were horribly rude, incredibly forgetful, and can really ruin what is already an overpriced experience.
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$153 - $307 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesOregonDayton
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