The Fulton House is located in southwest Portland just minutes from from downtown, the Oregon Health Science Center, and Reed and Lewis and Clark Colleges. The house features four unique en suite rooms with many delightful amenities.
The House has a place in Portland History. It was originally built on a scow and operated on the Willamette River as a floating Bordello under the supervision of the infamous Nancy Boggs. The house moved off the river around the turn of the century and then in 1934 after first being put on logs, it was dragged by horses to its present location.
Come visit our historic inn and take a step into yesteryear. Savor a cup of tea on the covered porch of the Blue Heron room or enjoy a glass of wine while you take in the view from the roof-top deck of the Innkeeper’s suite. Take in the view of the backyard garden space from the garden room or catch a sporting event on the big screen TV in the Wine Cellar room.
Whether Portland is your final destination or just a stop-off on a bigger journey, you will find a relaxing and comfortable home away from home.