Cabins, lofts and everything in between
From rustic cabins in the Cascade foothills to upscale retreats in the heart of the city, the Mid-Willamette Valley has a variety of unique accommodations. Whether you’re traveling with the kids or having an adult-only getaway, there is lodging to fit every itinerary.
Camp in style at The Vintages Trailer Resort in Dayton. From a 1947 Spartan Manor to a 2015 Flyte Camp Neutron, the resort has an assortment of retro and modern trailers. Complete with luxurious terrycloth robes, cruiser bikes and barbeques, each trailer offers a one-of-a-kind lodging experience. And your four-legged family members will appreciate the dog park located next door.
With no cell phone or internet service, Breitenbush Hot Springs Retreat and Conference Center offers an escape from everyday life. Located in a rugged and beautiful mountain setting near Detroit, Breitenbush strives to create an environment where guests can renew and evolve in ways they never imagined. Take a dip in one of the natural hot springs, hike in the surrounding forest or cozy up in a rustic cabin during your stay.
Plan a luxurious wine country retreat to Willamette Valley Vineyards’ Winery Suites in Turner. With expansive vineyard views and award-winning wines, the suites offer an unforgettable experience. Enjoy dinner in the tasting room or watch the sunset over the vines on your private outdoor patio.
Live like a local during your stay at the 3rd Street Flats in Historic Downtown McMinnville. The 11 uniquely-designed apartments combine modern luxury with local history. Perched above restaurants, boutiques and wineries, the flats are stocked with homegrown products and artwork.
Rolling hills and relaxing country views surround the Airlie Farms B&B in Monmouth. The old-fashioned inn sits on the grounds of a 226-acre Quarter Horse farm. Settle in around the fireplace, play the piano or take a walk through the informal gardens while staying in this century-old farm home.
Built in 1934, Gold Butte Lookout served as an aircraft warning station during World War II. Today, the cabin is typically available to rent from July to mid-October. Its glass windows offer panoramic views of the Cascade Range, including Mt. Jefferson, Three Fingered Jack, Mt. Hood and the Three Sisters. Although it is accessible by car, guests should plan for a half-mile walk on difficult and steep terrain.
The Edward Adams House B&B is a restored Queen Anne Victorian home designed and built in 1890. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the six-room home is furnished with turn-of-the-century antiques, a pump organ and wood-burning fireplace. Just a short walk from downtown Silverton, the property’s tranquil lawn is filled with maple trees, cherry trees and stunning flowers.
The Downtown Salem Loft is a historic property located in the heart of Salem. With exquisite furnishings and a rooftop deck with views of the Willamette River, the New York-style loft is perfect for a relaxing adult getaway. Its convenient location puts it within walking distance to the Oregon State Capitol, Riverfront Park and downtown shops and restaurants.
In Carlton, visitors can book a room in an old grain silo. Transformed into upscale accommodations, the former silos are now the Abbey Road Farm Bed and Breakfast Silo Suites. The B&B sits on an 82-acre working farm, giving each room spectacular views of the valley, pastures, gardens and wetlands. Guests are invited to help on the farm or sit back and relax with a glass of their favorite wine.
Since 1905, Hotel Oregon has graced McMinnville’s main street. The former bus depot, soda fountain and beauty parlor was renovated by McMenamins in 1998. The four-story building now houses 42 guestrooms, two bars and a pub. The walls tell the tales of the building’s storied past through photographs, artwork and furnishings.
Overlooking an 80-acre garden, the Oregon Garden Resort offers spacious rooms in a picturesque setting. Located in Silverton, it has a full-service spa, outdoor pool and Northwest-inspired food and wines at the resort restaurant. As a perk, guests receive free tickets to explore more than 20 specialty gardens.
Tucked away near a peaceful river, the Little Luckiamute Creekside Bed & Breakfast is a hidden gem in Falls City. The B&B offers numerous rustic-themed guest rooms and an RV hookup. With several bike-friendly amenities and its close location to Black Rock Mountain Biking Trails, it is ideal for cyclists.