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Cornerstone

The Cornerstone B&B was built in 2006 on the south side of Cooper Mountain and is a gateway to wine country overlooking beautiful green pastures, orchards and vineyards.

In the warm summer evenings guests love to watch the crimson sunset from their rocking chairs on the large covered deck surrounding the house.  If you listen carefuly you can hear the owls hooting in the twilight and watch over 20 species of birds coming for their last meal of the day at our feeders.

There inn was built with your safety in mind.  There is not a single step that you have to navigate between your car and your room.  One guest rooms is specifically designed to meet ADA compliance.  Every room has its own private entrance from the deck that surrounds the house.

The Cooper Mountain Nature Park, atop the butte where the south ends of Beaverton and Aloha meet, with spectacular views of the Tualatin Valley and Chehalem Mountain from its open south slope, just minutes from the inn.

Cooper Mountain Nature Park has 3.5 miles of gravel surface trails over its 231 acres. The looping trail system covers well the public land at the summit of the 774-foot high butte.

Get to know our State like a local; stay with one of our nearly 100 hosts and experience romantic getaways, historic treasures, and tucked away rustic retreats.  Whether your trip is for a quiet escape to a quaint rural or coastal town, taking in Oregon Geotourism, for a World Class City experience, or for a new spin on business travel, you can be assured of combining gracious hospitality with ambiance by staying at an inspected and approved Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member Inn.

The Fulton House

The Fulton House Bed and Breakfast, minutes from Downtown Portland

The Fulton House Bed and Breakfast, located in Southwest Portland and one block from Willamette Park and the Willamette River and the Willamette Greenway.

Built in the late 19th century The Fulton House was originally a bordello situated on a log raft in the Willamette River.  A century ago the house was lifted, placed on round logs and dragged by a team of to its present location.  The Fulton House, derives from the small town of Fulton, which was annexed into Portland many decades ago.

With mass transportation nearby you can set out to explore Portland or visit the famous medical facilities at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) via the Portland Aerial Tram up “Pill Hill.”

The Fulton House offers four guest rooms, each offers private baths, cable TV, free local and long distance telephone service, high speed wireless internet, and a refrigerator stocked with bottled water, pop and a bottle of wine, all complimentary.

As is with all members of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild, The Fulton House serves a delicious full breakfast that might be french toast, quiche, waffles, blueberry pancakes or Fulton House eggs & potatoes, accompanied by a variety of fresh fruits, scones or muffins, granola, yogurts, juices and beverages. Each afternoon, a special treat of cake or cookies plus beverage are available for your added pleasure.

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.

A Painted Lady

A Painted Lady offers a calm oasis in vibrant, hip, Northeast Portland

A Painted Lady Inn Bed and Breakfast was built in 1894 and renovated to its full Victorian glory. Take advantage of the urban location by shopping at Lloyd Center just six blocks from the inn.  Or hop on Max, Portland’s excellent light rail transportation system that will take you just about anywhere in Portland. Dinner in the Pearl District, theatre downtown, a Blazers game or concert at the Rose Garden, it’s all within a few minutes of A Painted Lady.  Stay for one night, or let us create a fun Portland package just for you!

A Painted Lady Inn has 5 large guests rooms, some with private baths and some shared, all well appointed, comfortable, full of charm and character.  Wake to a sumptuous breakfast served in the inn’s dining room or in the privacy of your room

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.

Lion and the Rose

Lion and the Rose Victorian Bed and Breakfast Inn

Lion and the Rose Victorian Bed and Breakfast Inn is a majestic 1906 Queen Anne mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Portland’s Historic Irvington district with its shops, boutiques, theaters, restaurants and of course Historic Homes.  Portland’s light rail, a few blocks from the Inn, can whisk you away to the Convention Center, the Saturday Market and downtown Portland!

The six guest rooms, all with private baths, are each uniquely decorated with Victorian charm.  Historic yet up to date, the rooms are air conditioned and equipped with telephones, cable TV, and high-speed wireless internet access. We invite you to relax in the spacious and comfortable parlors.

After a restful night’s sleep awake to steaming hot coffee and a delicious full breakfast in the formal dining room and enjoy light refreshments into the evening.

An Oregon Wedding Venue for the destination wedding you’ve dreamed of. Many of our Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild members host weddings and Lion and the Rose is one of them.  The inn’s parlors can accommodate indoor showers and weddings for up to 30 guests.  Weddings Receptions held on the first floor or in the Garden Court can accommodate up to 50 guests with buffet food service. The beautiful antique furniture, high ceilings, chandeliers and rich woodwork are an impeccable backdrop for pictures.

The innkeepers of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild are ready to share Oregon, it’s environment, culture, and heritage with you. Get to know our State like a local; stay with one of our nearly 100 hosts in any one of our many regions. Experience romantic getaways, historic treasures, and tucked away rustic retreats.  Whether your trip is for a quiet escape to a quaint rural or coastal town, taking in Oregon Geotourism, for a World Class City experience, or for a new spin on business travel, you can be assured of combining gracious hospitality with ambiance by staying at an inspected and approved Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member Inn.

Bike the Columbia River Gorge

Bike the Columbia River Gorge

Bike the Columbia River Gorge and stay in luxury along the way.  A bike tour through one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon will spark your sense of adventure and invigorate your spirit.  Let the innkeepers of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild nourish your body for the journey with a restful night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast.  Our innkeepers will arrange for your personals to be shuttled to your next destinations.

In 2014, over 130 people, many with their bicycles, gathered to dedicate a key piece in the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail.   Sixty-three of the original 73 miles of the Historic Columbia River Highway are now open to travel either by motor vehicle, on the Historic Highway or connecting county roads, or by foot and bicycle, the State Trail.  The newest segment of the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail system, between Lindsay Creek and Starvation Creek near Hood River will be dedicated in September of 2016 and will only be accessible to cyclists and walkers.

In July, 2015, the Oregon Department of Transportation debuted six short films at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland.  The films were developed to highlight the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail and the benefits of connecting the final 10 miles of Historic Highway State Trail into Hood River.

Bike the Columbia River Gorge, have a comfy bed and and hearty breakfast at a bed and breakfast along the way.  A Bed and Breakfast offers so much more than a hotel.  Oregon innkeepers know the best back roads, the best places to eat, the scenic attractions you won’t want to miss.

The innkeepers of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild are ready to share with you their version of Oregon Culinary Tourism and Geotourism.  Get to know our State like a local; stay with one of our nearly 100 hosts in any one of our many regions. Experience romantic getaways, historic treasures, and tucked away rustic retreats.  Whether your trip is for a quiet escape to a quaint rural or coastal town, taking in Oregon Geotourism, for a World Class City experience, or for a new spin on business travel, you can be assured of combining gracious hospitality with ambiance by staying at an inspected and approved Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member Inn.

Lion and the Rose

Lion and the Rose Victorian Bed and Breakfast Inn

Lion and the Rose Victorian Bed and Breakfast Inn is a majestic 1906 Queen Anne mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Portland’s Historic Irvington district with its shops, boutiques, theaters, restaurants and of course Historic Homes.  Portland’s light rail, a few blocks from the Inn, can whisk you away to the Convention Center, the Saturday Market and downtown Portland!

The six guest rooms, all with private baths, are each uniquely decorated with Victorian charm.  Historic yet up to date, the rooms are air conditioned and equipped with telephones, cable TV, and high-speed wireless internet access. We invite you to relax in the spacious and comfortable parlors.

After a restful night’s sleep awake to steaming hot coffee and a delicious full breakfast in the formal dining room and enjoy light refreshments into the evening.

An Oregon Wedding Venue for the destination wedding you’ve dreamed of. Many of our Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild members host weddings and Lion and the Rose is one of them.  The inn’s parlors can accommodate indoor showers and weddings for up to 30 guests.  Weddings Receptions held on the first floor or in the Garden Court can accommodate up to 50 guests with buffet food service. The beautiful antique furniture, high ceilings, chandeliers and rich woodwork are an impeccable backdrop for pictures.

The innkeepers of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild are ready to share with you their version of Oregon Culinary Tourism and Geotourism.  Get to know our State like a local; stay with one of our nearly 100 hosts in any one of our many regions. Experience romantic getaways, historic treasures, and tucked away rustic retreats.  Whether your trip is for a quiet escape to a quaint rural or coastal town, taking in Oregon Geotourism, for a World Class City experience, or for a new spin on business travel, you can be assured of combining gracious hospitality with ambiance by staying at an inspected and approved Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member Inn.