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Oregon Bed Breakfast

The scenery in Oregon is fantastic... A stay at an Oregon Bed Breakfast will be the icing on the cake for your visit to this beautiful state.





Oregon Bed Breakfast
by Joel Jacobson

Mr. Jacobson is a freelance writer, web designer, and product design engineer. He's an avid fisherman who loves to northern and musky fish. He and his wife recently adopted two infant girls from Russia, and that keeps them quite busy.

Come stay at an Oregon Bed Breakfast

While traveling through the beautiful Pacific Northwest, a stay at an Oregon Bed Breakfast would be one of the best things you could do for yourself.

The scenery in Oregon is fantastic, so your accommodations should be just as satisfying. A stay at an Oregon Bed Breakfast will be the icing on the cake for your visit to this beautiful state.

Oregon can be divided into 6 distinctive and diverse areas to explore. They are:

Oregon Coast – sculpted by wind, rain, and wave, the Oregon coastline is an endless wonder. Not only the breathtaking scenery is something to behold, but there are many opportunities for the sports enthusiast from salmon and steelhead fishing to whale watching.

Nestled on the scenic Pacific Ocean near Pacific City, the

Sandlake Country Inn is an Oregon Bed Breakfast you won’t want to miss.

One mile from the beach, this romantic hideaway is perfect for lovers of privacy and nature.

Portland Area – voted the most livable city in the United States, Portland offers many cultural opportunities to explore and enjoy. The Historic downtown district and the end of the Oregon Trail are just some of the sights to see.

This Oregon Bed Breakfast is a grand Victorian Mansion. The

Lion and Rose Victorian Bed & Breakfast Innis an exceptional Portland Bed and Breakfast on the National Register of Historic Places. The majestic Queen Anne home was built in 1906 for Gustav E. Freiwald, a real estate speculator and brewer.

Mt. Hood and the Gorge – this area combines some of the world’s greatest rivers with some spectacular mountain scenery. The Town of Hood River has become the center for wind surfing in the Northwest.

This grand 1908 Oregon Bed Breakfast overlooks the Columbia River.

Lakecliff is a B&B you won’t soon forget. Centered around a huge stone fireplace, the living room is a perfect place to kick back and read a book or play a game.

Willamette Valley – the Willamette Valley may be the most diverse agricultural area in the world with an endless variety of roadside stands tempting the driver with different tastes and flavors.

Situated on the banks of the McKenzie River, Eagle Rock Lodgeis a stunning Oregon Bed Breakfast situated in the Oregon Cascade Mountains. Relax on five acres of meadows and old growth timber with McKenzie river frontage.

Southern Oregon – rafting, boat excursions, jet boats, antiques, fly fishing. These are just a handful of some of the many things you can do in Southern Oregon.

Not too far from one of the natural wonders of the world, Crater Lake, lies an Oregon Bed Breakfast, Prospect Historical Hotel Bed & Breakfast.

Listed on the National Historical Register of Historic Places, this hotel was built in the late 1800’s and has housed such dignitaries as Theodore Roosevelt and Jack London.

Central and Eastern Oregon – superlatives are a good way to describe this area. The deepest gorge in North America is Hell’s Canyon, as well as the largest geological fault is Steens Mountain (I would have guessed the Grand Canyon!).

This premier Oregon Bed Breakfast, Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast, is located in Joseph, the premier art town of Northeastern Oregon. It’s in walking distance from unique shops and galleries. Nearby are Wallowa Lake and the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway. It’s located at the base of the scenic Oregon Cascade Mountain Range.

Whether you like to go antiquing, rock climbing, fly-fishing, snowshoeing, or just sit back and relax and watch the ocean at sunset, there’s an Oregon Bed Breakfast that will be close to any activity that you want to do.

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