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Oregon Historic Destinations

Oregon History Destinations 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. Some have even obtained National Historic Site designation. 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 Fossil and Joseph or the old neighborhoods of Portland and McMinnville. 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.

The two story white colonial A'Tuscan EstateA’ Tuscan Estate Phone: 503-434-9016

This 1928 historic Colonial Style home is decorated with Old-World flair including comfortable furnishings and beautiful hardwood floors. Enjoy coffee in the coffee nook as well as a three-course, gourmet breakfast in our cheery dining room. Our spacious living room, along with outside porches and patios, allow for mingling with guests and sharing adventures of the day.
McMinnville, Oregon
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Prospect Historic Hotel and Dinner HouseProspect Historic Hotel Bed & Breakfast Inn – 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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Chehalem Ridge Bed and Breakfast overlooking the Willamette ValleyChehalem 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. When the 11 year old Hoover arrived here from Iowa in 1885 to live with his uncle John Minthorn and family, he joined in the task of making pear butter. He was told he could eat as many pears as he liked. His experience with pears is best expressed by his own words, “I liked them, but after two days of almost exclusive pear diet, I did not eat pears again for years.” Herbert Hoover went on to become the 31st President of the United States. The 144 year old Hoover-Minthorn Tree still lives in the gardens
Newberg, Oregon
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Two story beige house with brown roof and trim. Old Parkdale Inn Bed and BreakfastOld 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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The Carlton Inn ExteriorThe 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 celebrated The Carlton Inn’s 100th birthday.
Carlton, Oregon
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Red building with white trim that is the DreamGiver's Inn Bed and BreakastThe 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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Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild is ready to share Oregon with you: it’s environment, culture, and heritage. Combine gracious hospitality with ambiance at an inspected and approved Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member Inn.

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.

We have all struggled through COVID-19 and could use a little kindness. Please be respectful of local businesses and their workers and most importantly kind to yourself.

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