This was a great B&B as in great bed and great breakfast. We only stayed one night in this charming and historic house about seven miles outside of Roseburg, Oregon, on our way to Crater Lake. It is located in a picturesque rural setting about 7 miles outside of Roseburg. You are requested to remove your shoes when you enter and after seeing the inside you understand why. It is very tastefully decorated. We were in the Bailey room which was well provisioned with anything you might need; it was large with a beautiful bathroom that had a great old claw-foot bathtub and shower. There was also a large walk-in closet for your suitcases and hanging clothes. The huge front porch offered a great place to relax in the evening or before breakfast. There was also bottled water, wine and ice cream bars available for the guests. They had a bocce ball court outside and a lovely old barn that housed a 1940's Chevy and looked like it was set up for special events. Sherry was a welcoming and great hostess, and the breakfast was excellent. They don't serve dinner but there are several good restaurants a short drive away and one restaurant that will actually deliver to the house. It was one of the best B&Bs we have stayed in and I can recommend it without reservation.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a "green" country lodging. You will enjoy a lovely, private bungalow - a home away from home - along with complimentary local wine and beer and a welcome basket which includes breakfast. We get a majority of our electricity from the sun, we recycle, compost, use earth-friendly cleaning products, use shampoo/condition dispensers in the showers, use local and organic products when possible and garden sustainably. We have twin bocce courts, an 8-hole disc golf course, horseshoe pits and a hot tub to finish off the day. ... more less