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Recent Willamette Valley reviews

  • What a wonderful place

    "We were met by Sally with a bottle of wine and a warm welcome. She gave us a tour of the property and made us felt at home. The property was more than we expected. Very roomy, clean, well stocked with breakfast food, everything e neede. I HIGHLY recommends place for a couple who wants a romantic get a way. The tree house in the backyard, the goats, the chickens, and the alpacas all added to the great experience. Easy access to town, the coast, hundreds of wineries, and Portland."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 29, 2015
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  • You're Just Not Going To Do Any Better Than This!

    "I just have to thank our hosts, Joan and Kip, for supplying the perfect homebase for our trip to Oregon! We pulled up to Crawford Crest mid-afternoon the day we arrived and were immediately taken aback by the entire property. From fruit trees just starting to bloom, to the 200 foot tall trees that literally make their two-story home look like match box. You will be completely blown away because the pictures don't do it justice. It's sublime! The guest cottage has everything you'll need for your trip, and more. You're located 45 minutes from everything from the Washington border, to every Willamette Valley winery, to Salem...you name it. All in all, it was the best sense of well-being I've personally had in probably five years, and I have this magical place to thank for it."
    Guest: John C. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 27, 2015
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  • Perfect

    "We spent three beautiful nights at Northfork Santiam River Home. Could not be happier with the entire experience. There were lights on and the pellet stove was going when we arrived. The directions to get to the house were right on and we had no trouble finding it. It was so quiet there that the river was the only noise we heard. Starting with our contact with the owner, all went better than could have been expected. Including getting us in one night early due to a very bad experience with a different house we had rented nearer Salem. The house was spotless, warm and comfortable. The master bedroom had a wonderfully comfortable king bed and you can hear the river from inside. Even though it was a little chilly, we still left the sliding glass door open so we could really hear it. Nice, nice. Two bathrooms were wonderful and there is a second bedroom on the first floor. The furnishings are very nice. We were impressed with everything. The home gives you the feeling of being out in the wild but it is actually only a couple of miles from grocery stores and some places to eat. And only about 20 miles and you are in Salem. We also took a drive over to Lincoln City and Depoe Bay on the coast for the day. Easy drive from the house. Just perfect for us. We would and have recommended this home to friends. Thank you Cindy for allowing us to rent your beautiful home!!!"
    Guest: Elaine Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 24, 2015
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  • Shelly S

    "the location was perfect. The home was so clean and comfortable. Beds n bathrooms were perfect. So easy to walk downtown to all the shops, bars and restaurants. We loved the view from the rooftop bar at Hotel Oregon and the bar in the basement."
    Guest: Shelly S. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 25, 2015
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Willamette Valley Travel Tips

Quaint Willamette Valley Cottages Available Year-round

Surrounding the beautiful Willamette River, you will find many quaint Willamette Valley cottages, located in northwest Oregon. The area serves as the state’s political and cultural center which makes it attractive to all sorts of visitors. During the summer season, book Oregon wine country lodging or consider Oregon travel during the fall to drive through cute, covered bridges and experience lovely weather.

Do Not Exclude Oregon Wine Country Lodging

If you are a wine enthusiast, you will definitely want to book Oregon wine country lodging so that you can tour the more than 200 wineries throughout the region. In fact, Oregon travel is not complete without a stay in wine country! The rolling hills of the region provide the perfect backdrop to many Willamette Valley cottages and spread into the vineyards and wineries throughout. The vintages produced in this region include Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, and Riesling.

Agriculture Is King near Willamette Valley Cottages

Because the area is a major agricultural region of the Pacific Northwest, there is no shortage of farmers’ markets offering a dazzling array of vegetables, fruits, flowers, desserts, and much more. Additionally, there are plenty of nurseries, some within a short distance from Willamette Valley cottages that will allow you to choose from an impressive variety of bulbs for your own garden at home. What a perfect way to “take home” your vacation memories.

Oregon Travel Appeals to Parents and Kids

If you have not experienced Oregon travel before, you are in for a surprise. Whether you choose a wine tasting vacation by booking Oregon wine country lodging or something more adventurous, the Pacific Northwest is the place to be! Fun for the whole family includes the Enchanted Forest with all of its storybook charms, the Science Factory (the kids will love it), McMinnville’s Evergreen Aviation Museum which houses the Spruce Goose, and the University of Oregon’s Museum of Natural & Cultural History.

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