When you choose R.R. Thompson House as your lodging choice in Carlton, Oregon, you’ll create the perfect wine country get-a-way. Stroll just a few blocks to the explore dozens of small wineries, unique shops and wonderful restaurants in Carlton’s historic pioneer downtown.
R.R. Thompson House has five beautifully appointed suites and rooms, each named after a flower which can be found in the artistically designed gardens. The spacious Rose and Lavender Suites and the more intimate Magnolia, Lilac and Garden Rooms all have deluxe, pillow top king or queen mattresses and crisp, luxury linens.
Breakfast begins with a medley of fruits, berries from local farms in season, melons and citrus. Savor a cup of French press coffee or choose from a variety of teas. Enjoy a glass of orange juice, a blend of orange and berry or a refreshing mango drink.
‘This bed and breakfast was a fantastic location and we were able to walk through town and wine taste right from the front door. Mike and Roselyn were very sweet and breakfast was so delicious that we had to try to recreate it when we got home!’ a TripAdvisor contributor
Carlton is also home base for the globally respected Yamhill-Carlton American Viticultural Area.
Pick up some gourmet meats, cheeses, breads, pastries, fruit preserves and handmade chocolates to fill your picnic basket. Then head out to explore the vine-covered hills of Yamhill County.
The Blue Atlas Cedar in Carlton’s Ladd Park is 100+ years old.
Ladd Park was designed by Samuel Lancaster, architect of the Columbia River Highway and landscape architect. The Brooks Nursery donated plants and we can allow surmise that the Blue Atlas Cedar was part of the plant selection.
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Hospitality Update: Our inns are following COVID-19 protocol guidance from the Oregon Health Authority.
Although mask guidelines are lifted:
● Some businesses may choose to still require masks.
● Some people may choose to still wear a mask.
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