The Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild is a professional association of Oregon’s individually operated Bed & Breakfast Inns. Since 1989 our mission has been to assure travelers of consistently high standards in a variety of accommodations and to support members through networking, promotion, advocacy, and education.
The inns listed below are welcoming destinations, driving tourism and economic prosperity for all of Oregon. If you’re contemplating the purchase of a Bed and Breakfast in Oregon look into what they have to offer.
Property Description: Located in the Cascades of Southern Oregon, just a short distance from Crater Lake National Park and the Rogue Valley, surrounded by the Rogue River National Forest this exquisite 5.6 acre property offers an unparalleled opportunity. This National and State Historic Registered building was restored in 1988-89 to all of its glory. The meticulously maintained property continues to provide the ultimate experience for national and international travelers. Originally built in 1888-89, the Hotel is now run as a 10 room B & B Inn accommodating up to 22 guests, and encompasses a 50 seat Fine Dining Dinner House. The gorgeous park like grounds include several out buildings, is bordered by Mill Creek which leads to 173 foot Mill Creek Falls and the Rogue River.
The more modern Motel is comprised of two buildings directly behind the Historic Hotel on the same property. Totaling 14 rooms, accommodating up to 48 guests. All family friendly rooms with suites for up to 6 people!
There is a beautiful 2700 sf, 3 bed , 2 bath log house included which has functioned as a manager’s residence but could easily be added to the rental inventory.
Business Description: The Historic Hotel B&B has a wonderful foundation of business connections and advertising links. Marketing media love the hotel and the quality of the accommodations and top-notch Customer Service. International Receptive Tour operators vie to represent the Prospect Hotel to their guests and clients. Travel Oregon and Travel Southern Oregon utilize our facility when entertaining travelers to the region.
391 Mill Creek Drive, Prospect, OR 97536
Southern Oregon Region
Call Fred or Karen Wickman at 541-560-3664 or toll free 800-944-6490
Prospect, Oregon is the Gateway to Crater Lake, a deep, freshwater lake in the crater of an ancient volcano. Set along the upper Rogue River makes it a premier destination for fishing, viewing of area waterfalls and whitewater rafting. Southern Oregon’s burgeoning wineries, including appellations in the Umpqua & Applegate Valleys.
Sneak Peak: Thyme and Tide is not on the market yet so we don’t have the ‘for sale’ details that would be provided by an agent. The innkeepers are pondering retirement.
Property Description: Enjoy a romantic and relaxing get-away in beautiful Oceanside, Oregon. We’re on the coast nestled between Cape Meares and Cape Lookout. Our quiet, cozy B&B is small, with only 2 rooms, so we can truly cater to you.
Fall asleep to the sound of the surf and wake up to a delicious hot breakfast. There is a tree filtered horizon water/sunset view from both rooms. Public beaches are a mile away. You can walk for miles on beautiful, clean beaches and trails. There are great local restaurants that serve yummy local produce, meats and seafood.
5015 Grand Avenue, Oceanside, OR 97134
Oregon Coast Region
Call Mary and Dale 503.842.5527
Oceanside, Oregon, is a cozy little hideaway located just off the Three Capes Scenic Route. Built upon a hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Oceanside offers the ambiance of a quaint European Village.
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.
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