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Recent Willamette Valley reviews

  • So very relaxing

    "The cabin was charming and the area was so tranquil. My 13 yr old black lab hasn't been this happy or relaxed in years. My partner and I enjoyed it as well. There's no wi-fi and you have to go to the street to get a signal on your phone but that just added to the escapism. If you stay there, be sure to visit Cougar Reservoir nearby so you can experience Terwilliger Hot Springs."
    Guest: C & A Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 22, 2014
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  • Lovely cabin right by the river

    "Our family of 5 (2 adults and 3 kids) stayed at this quaint little cabin for one weekend. We loved it! The cabin is a “breath of fresh air.” The McKenzie river flowing by outside is just gorgeous, it really does “sing.” The water is so clear, and when we were there had shades of a lovely turquoise color. The kitchen is small, but has all the supplies you need to cook your own meals. There aren’t any major grocery stores nearby so you might want to stock up in the nearest big city before you head out. There is a small grocery store not far away but it has really limited options. There is a nearby restaurant that we did try out. The staff at the restaurant are really friendly and the food portions are generous. The food itself was ok but nothing to rave about, and we chose not to eat there again. We loved the wraparound deck. . .so nice. In the mornings, I would sit outside and watch the river flow by. We spent most of our time there fishing in nearby rivers and lakes, and hiking. Sahalee Falls is a must! It is truly one of the most beautiful places we’ve ever seen. We also visited Sisters briefly. A cute little town that is worth a stop. Wi-Fi was fairly decent, for those who can’t quite let go of their electronics. My eldest was happy he could surf his iPad when we were in the cottage. This cottage is one of several and they are much closer together than it appears in the photographs, but we never felt crowded and it was quiet. The cottage is clean and also has a small library of DVDs, which I thought was a nice touch. Overall, it was a great trip and a great way to finish off the summer before the kids headed back to school. I’d recommend staying here."
    Guest: Jane Y. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 4, 2014
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  • Highly Recommended from Portland

    "What an absolutely wonderful escape from Portland for a weekend! A beautiful property, in an equally (if not more so) beautiful setting. Don and Jean thought of everything and were incredibly generous. It was easy to see how much they enjoy creating a perfect experience for all of their guests. Thank you so much for welcoming us and our black lab Ella - we hope to see you in August if not before!"
    Guest: Brock S. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 9, 2015
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  • OUTSTANDING IN EVERY WAY!

    "This house is incredible in every way! The view, the cleanliness, the fact that they have a fully stocked kitchen so cooking is EASY, complete laundry facilities with detergent included. They just made our visit so easy that we could relax and completely enjoy our hikes. They even left recommendations for nearby hikes which we tried and were glad we did. We especially loved the layout of the house and the two porches. It is a perfect house for couples traveling together who want a little space apart and then some communal space. The view from the dining room is killer and you may never want to go home."
    Guest: Nina V. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 6, 2014
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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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