Old Parkdale Inn
(a Bed and Breakfast)
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A fanciful inn nestled in the Hood River Valley on the northern slope of Mt. Hood. Three well appointed rooms with private baths. Wake to fresh brewed coffee and a delicious breakfast, prepared with the freshest fruits from the Hood River Valley. Our grounds have been recognized as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat. We offer a tranquil setting for business and small group gatherings. After a full day enjoy the peace and tranquility of our serene inn.
Total Units: 3
- Bike Friendly
- Credit Cards Accepted
- High Speed Internet Access
- Smoke Free
- Sustainable Business
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 Bike Friendly Business participant
This business has been officially recognized by Travel Oregon as Bike Friendly. Bike Friendly Businesses demonstrate a commitment to serving visitors who ride bikes and the specific amenities they may need. These businesses are making the Oregon bike experience better for our visitors and the people who live here. Find out more at RideOregonRide.com/BikeFriendly
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