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Take a stroll through time and walk in the steps of those who made Oregon their home. Stay in a Home, Inn or Hotel that has been lovingly restored to its original grandeur.  It's time travel without leaving the 21st Century. In rural Oregon, you walk into a country grocery store, the heavy door creaking closed behind you, and you have stepped back 100 years. Walk the streets of Jacksonville, Hood River, Joseph, old neighborhoods of Portland, Nye Beach in Newport.  Our Innkeepers are the Stewards of our great state and invite you to explore our historic destinations. Try to include a visit to one of our many Inns located on the Oregon Coast near Historic Light Houses.


Bybee's Historic Inn

Phone: (541) 899-0106
Toll Free: (877) 292-3374
Browse the specialty shops, historic museums and cemeteries preserved in Jacksonville. Smell heirloom roses at the Jackson Perkins Rose Garden. Visit the many antique shops in Jacksonville, Medford and Ashland.Experience the House of Mystery "The Oregon Vortex" just a few miles away

Jacksonville, Oregon
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Old Parkdale Inn

Phone: 541-352-5551

Museums with interactive displays of volcanic upheavals, ice age floods, wildlife and ancient and contemporary lives in the Columbia River Gorge, the Hood River Valley, and Mt Hood. Relive Lewis and Clark's journey down the Mighty Columbia. Discover what life was like on the Oregon Trail then drive the final leg over Barlow Pass on the way to visit the Historic Timberline Lodge.

Mount Hood - Parkdale, Oregon
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Prospect Historic Hotel-Motel and Dinner House

Phone: 541-560-3664
Toll Free: 800-944-6490
The Historic Hotel was built in 1888 as a 'Road House' for travelers on their way to Crater Lake even before it became a National Park. Listed on the Registry of Historic sites as the A.H. Boothby House. Albion Boothby and his wife Jennie built it to accomodate travelers in their stop over at the midpoint on their two day trip to the lake. The closest B&B Hotel to the park.

Prospect, Oregon
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The Carlton Inn Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 503-852-7506

The town of Carlton has a rich agricultural and lumber industry history, and now calls itself "wine capitol of Oregon." Many of todays wineries and tasting rooms are located in historical buildings. In 2015, we will celebrate The Carlton Inn's 100th birthday.

Carlton, Oregon
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Sandlake Country Inn

Phone: 503-965-6745

Sandlake Country Inn is an official Historic Landmark. Our historic farmhouse was built out of shipwrecked bridge timbers from the clipper ship "The Struan" which came aground on our nearby beach in 1890. After lugging the 3x12 bridge timbers to our location, the original homesteader built the farmhouse from these massive timbers and completed the house in 1894.

Pacific City, Oregon
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Chehalem Ridge B&B

Phone: 503-538-3474

The Hoover-Minthorn House in Newberg is now a museum celebrating President Herbert Hoover's years living there in Newberg during his childhood. Champoeg State Park harkens to an earlier age in Oregon's history, the first vote to bring provisional government to the area. Both adventures are just a short drive from Chehalem Ridge Bed & Breakfast.

Newberg, Oregon
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The DreamGiver's Inn

Phone: 503-625-1476

Champoeg State Heritage Park is the site where Oregon's first provisional government was formed in 1842, and is just minutes from The DreamGiver's Inn. The Aurora National Historic District for quality antiquing, and the historic Canby Ferry are only a 20 minute drive away!

Newberg, Oregon
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Feller House

Phone: 503-678-0268

As a popular National Historic District, Aurora offers a unique story. Settled in 1856 by a group of Christians who followed their leader over the Oregon Trail, they formed the only successful 19th century utopian community in the west. Visit the 5-building museum complex to see what life was like then. Many historic buildings house antique and specialty shops. Many historic sites in the area.

Aurora, Oregon
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