Black Walnut Inn and Vineyard
(a Bed and Breakfast)
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The Black Walnut Inn offers nine exquisite suites, each with a private bath and sitting area. The breathtaking views can be enjoyed from balconies, patios, and garden areas through the inn and grounds. Upscale details about; Italian linens, spa-quality towels and bath amenities, soaking tubs, phones, and wireless internet. Our rates are for two and include a full gourmet breakfast, afternoon appetizers, and impeccable service. Our concierge is always available to assist you with planning.
Rates: $$$$ (151 and above)
Total Units: 9
- Air Conditioning
- Concierge Services
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Full Breakfast
- Handicap Accessible
- High Speed Internet Access
- Private Bathrooms
- Smoke Free
Travel Oregon Forever Participant
This business has received recognition in Travel Oregon's Sustainable Business Challenge. They have demonstrated their commitment to stewardship and sustainability in their business practices. Find out more.
Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association Member
This business is a member of the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association (ORLA). ORLA represents over 3,500 members and advocates for over 9,000 foodservice locations and 2,500 lodging establishments in Oregon. OregonRLA.org
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