Nestled in the heart of Central Oregon, the small community of Bend, OR is an ideal getaway for anyone who adores being close to nature.
This spectacular Crater Lake lodging is located just 28 miles from Crater Lake National Park (Oregon's ONLY National Park) and 1/4 mile from the Rogue River, offering warm and inviting accommodations in the natural beauty of Oregon . If you are interested in a Crater Lake Bed and Breakfast or Crater Lake B&B, Crater Lake Hotel, a Crater Lake Motel or a Crater Lake Restaurant this is the place to visit. The 1st Floor of the Historic Hotel is Casual Fine dining restaurant serving Southern Oregon's 'Best Prime Rib" seven nights a week May thru October. On the Same Grounds is our Pet and Family Friendly Motel.
The Old Parkdale Inn Bed & Breakfast is a beautiful inn located in Parkdale, OR whose grounds have been recognized as a “Backyard Wildlife Habitat” by the National Wildlife Federation. The inn offers three comfortable guestrooms all with private baths and are unique in their Oregon State Symbols, Chinook, Douglas Fir and Meadowlark. All have TVs with built in DVD players, microwaves, coffee makers, and refrigerators Nestled in the majestic foothills of Mt. Hood Oregon, the bed and breakfast is just 15 miles from Hood River and the Columbia River Gorge and only an hour and a half from Portland. We are the perfect base for all your favorite outdoor adventures such as geocaching, kayaking, windsurfing, skiing, snow boarding, and hiking. Mt. Hood Meadows, Cooper Spur Mountain Resort and Timberline Ski areas are only a short drive away as is the vast Mt. Hood National Forest where trails and wildlife abound. Drive the 35 mile Hood River County Fruit Loop through forests, vast orchards and welcoming communities. Wineries, alpaca and Lavender farms, family fruit stands and flower farms along the drive.
Located less than two hours from Portland, Oregon, in the charming rural town of Dufur, Oregon, the Historic Balch Hotel is a recently renovated gem! At this bed and breakfast, guests can enjoy a view of Mt. Hood from the front patio. Relax. Reconnect. Rejuvenate. Come enjoy your stay at the Historic Balch Hotel.
Situated in Portland's North East Historic Irvington District, Portland's White House was built as a summer home in 1911 by Robert Lytle, a wealthy lumber baron. The house was billed as the most expensive home built in the district for the period. This Greek Revival Mansion boasts a lifestyle of past years with 14 massive columns, circular drive and fountain to greet you. Enjoy the advantages of the neighborhood to jog, walk, and shop tax-free at fabulous boutiques and Lloyd Center. The Pearl District, NW 23rd Avenue Shops, The International Rose Test Gardens, Japanese gardens, Portland Art Museum, Classical Chinese Gardens, Pittock Mansion, Washington Park are only minutes away. Wine Country, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Hood, the Oregon Coast, the Oregon Gardens and the Columbia Gorge are wonderful day trips.
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The town’s main claim to fame is that it is located at the base of the statuesque Mt. Bachelor which is favored for skiing, snowboarding, and other winter sports. Bend is often referred to as the next ‘Aspen’ because winter sports enthusiasts flock to the area when the snow starts to fall. However, it is a year-round, outdoor lover’s Mecca with ample fishing, water sports, hiking, mountain biking, and more.
You can stay at a bed and breakfast in Bend, Oregon while you explore the area. With dining and shopping opportunities galore, you can also grab a cool beer at one of the many microbreweries. Bend is a town with a true character that will reach out and grab your heart. It might even become an annual vacation getaway location.
The mighty Deschutes River runs through the middle of Central Oregon. The town of Bend is built up around the banks of the river. In downtown Bend, you’ll see lovely Drake Park which is home to the town’s annual 4th of July celebration. In the Old Mill District, only steps from the river sit the Les Schwab Amphitheater where concerts are regularly held. It is easily accessible via Colorado Avenue which runs through the old-town area of Bend and leads up to Mt. Bachelor. No matter where you go in Bend, the mountain views are breathtaking. As the sun sets, many locals flock to the shoreline of the Deschutes River to try their hand at fly-fishing and possibly catching a record trout or brown.
Central Oregon is breathtaking with the Deschutes River winding through downtown Bend. You can stroll through green Drake Park where you will become enamored with the resident swans, Canadian geese, and Mallards. Take a drive down Colorado Ave to the Les Schwab Amphitheater and the Old Mill District where you can shop and grab a bite to eat. As the sun sets, try your hand at fly fishing along the river’s shoreline. No matter where you go in Central Oregon, you’ll enjoy mountain views. If you want to learn about the area’s history and local wildlife, spend the day at the High Desert Museum.
If you are interested in the region's volcanic history then head for the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. You can also take a drive-up Pilot Butte for stunning views of the area.
Many Central Oregonians joke that the weather is nine months of winter and three months of summer. Yes, the weather is a bit temperamental in the Bend, Oregon area. In the winter, the temperature can dip to around 24 degrees Fahrenheit. It rarely falls below 11 degrees F. There is often ample snowfall in the region. Summers are short but warm. The summertime temperature averages 83 degrees F. and can reach above 92 degrees F. If you want to enjoy winter sports then you will want to stay at a bed and breakfast in Bend, Oregon during the winter months but if you would like to fish, hike, and mountain bike then you’ll want to visit the town from mid-July to mid-August.
Bend is a city where history lives on. Drive or walk around the town and take a minute to peruse the names of various places and streets. Within the heart of the downtown is picturesque Drake Park with adjoining Mirror Pond. Drake Park was named after the city’s developer Alexander M. Drake. Mirror pond is a stretch of the Deschutes River that is very placid. Early settlers would camp in the location after leaving the Oregon Trail. Also, in the middle of Bend sits the iconic mountain dome Pilot Butte. When pioneers spotted Pilot Butte, they knew that they had reached an area once referred to as Farewell Bend which referred to the twisting Deschutes River.
In the mid-1800s, Bend was home to about 300 settlers but in 1004, the settlement was incorporated into the city of Bend. Soon railroad barons started to lay tracks to Bend to move the massive logs. Bend emerged as a logging hub. Brooks Scanlon and the Shevlin Hixon mills were built in the town. They were the largest sawmills in the area and helped the city prosper.
The heyday of the sawmills started to wind down and by the 1980s they were only a whisper of the past. Soon they closed and in their place, a variety of shops and restaurants sprang up known as the Old Mill District.
Bend is known for its beautiful natural features. Along one side of the town runs the towering Cascade Mountain Range and on the other side is the high desert with its tumbleweeds, sagebrush, and twisted juniper trees. You can drive up the High Lakes Highway to reach Mt. Bachelor for skiing and snow sports. If you go past the mountain then you enter the Cascade Mountains which are dotted by crystal clear lakes such as Devil’s Lake, Elk Lake, Crane Prairie, and more. Each of the lakes is loaded with trout and a fisherman’s paradise. Throughout the entire region, the mighty Deschutes River winds with its waterfalls such as Tumalo Falls, Dylan Falls, and Benham Falls. There are ample stretches of whitewater. Many kayaking and rafting enthusiasts flock to the area to partake in river sports.
Bend, Oregon is home to a wide array of dining and drink establishments. You’ll find lavish restaurants and small-town diners. Pizza parlors are widespread. Microbreweries are also exceedingly popular in the area. The Deschutes Brewery offers craft beer and hand-crafted ale. You can even tour the brewery. Stop by Wild Oregon Foods which is tucked into the town’s culinary district. They offer only farm-to-table food choices from Central Oregon.
Are you seeking a romantic getaway with stunning mountain views? You’ll want to check-in to a bed and breakfast in Bend Oregon to genuinely enjoy everything that Central Oregon has to offer. Stay in the heart of downtown Bend and take a stroll through Drake Park. Check into a Bend bed and breakfast on the west side of town off Colorado Avenue where you can easily commute to catch a show at the Les Schwab Amphitheater, grab a bite to eat at the Old Mill District, or try your hand at fly fishing on the Deschutes.
What type of amenities is important to you when staying at an Oregon bed and breakfast in Bend? Does your getaway need free Wi-Fi? Is air conditioning important? Whether you are exploring guest rooms or vacation rentals, you’ll want to find out if they serve a full breakfast, offer fresh fruit, supply fresh daily linens, or even have a fire pit to enjoy at night. If you have opted to stay in a B&B then be sure to ask the innkeeper what their breakfast offers and if you will have a private bath. In the downtown area, you'll encounter craftsman home-style establishments.
Bend is an area that requires an auto to truly enjoy. The city is spread out and the countryside encompasses miles of wilderness and high desert. To soak up all of the places to see then you'll need wheels. However, if you just want to stay close to downtown Bend then you could stay in a local B&B in bed and then just explore on foot. Biking is also popular in the town so you might consider renting a bicycle to explore on. Many people choose vacation rentals in nearby Sunriver or Redmond so you will definitely need a rental car to get in and out of town because there isn't too much within walking distance of those places.
Are you traveling with Fido? You’ll want to find a pet-friendly bed and breakfast in Bend, Oregon. In fact, the city is remarkably dog-friendly so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding an establishment to meet your needs with comfortable rooms, a dining room, hot tub, and more.
The Lara House Bed and Breakfast was once an iconic establishment in the town but sadly, it has permanently closed its doors.
The Mill Inn sits near the Old Mill District and is known as a charming boutique hotel. It is the perfect lodging choice if you are seeking a romantic bed and breakfast in Bend, Oregon. The Inn has ten guest bedrooms and serves a hearty homestyle breakfast every morning.