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. The inn’s grounds have been recognized as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat and offers a tranquil setting for business and small group gatherings. After a full day, enjoy the peace and tranquility of this serene inn.
- EV Charging Station
- Mountain or Water View
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
Bike Friendly Business Amenities
- Long-Term Vehicle Parking
- Complimentary Locks
- Floor Pump
It's my daughter and I 's 5th time visiting this lovely bed and breakfast... we love this place so much! From the beautiful room to the amazing breakfast and the great company from our host.. hood river trips always include the parkdale b and b!!!
Loved our stay
Mary is a perfect hostess. She helped us plan our visit. Her breakfasts were different each day but always delicious. I enjoyed her dog Lola and friendly cat Elsa. 2 minute walk to the only restaurants in town. I'd come back again. Parkdale is very close to all that Mt. Hood hase to offer. Old Parkdale has a reciprocal discount agreement with Wet Planet whitewater rafting which was a fabulous adventure.
Great Stay, Great Location
I cannot say enough of how wonderful this BB was for our stay. We stayed one night in a large room, with living room, kitchenette and bath. Short drive to the scenic waterfalls and short drive to Mt. Hood. Excellent host with an awesome breakfast!
Worth revisiting again and again!
I believe there are three significant compliments a person can pay another—one is asking for their recipe, another is word-of-mouth referral, and the third is when you give them repeat business; all three speak for themselves. My wife and I recently returned to the Old Parkdale Inn because we thoroughly enjoyed our first visit in October 2020. My wife and I love “everything autumn”, and in our book, it is THE time to visit the Hood River Valley. Last year—in the Meadowlark Room—we had the good fortune to have had a drizzly evening as we read before going to sleep; the outside temperature was perfect for opening all of the windows, and a gentle rain pitter-pattered all night on a tin roof outside. The bed was the most comfortable one we’ve ever slept in; we have an extremely comfortable bed at home, but the Old Parkdale’s make ours seem like a straw pallet. The entire experience was exceptionally enjoyable and relaxing. For our most recent visit (October 2021), we stayed in the Chinook Room, and it was just as comfortable and inviting. Our hosts Steve and Mary were, as always, accommodating and flexible. Mary provided breakfasts with my wife’s food allergies in mind. While you’re here, be sure to visit the farm stands that constitute the Fruit Loop—especially The Farmer in Odell! Unpasteurized apple cider is available at Draper Girls farm stand, and Kiyokawa Family Orchards has a wide selection of pears and almost every apple variety known to man!
Lovely hosts and comfy rooms in a great little town
We stayed one night and really enjoyed it! Our room, Douglas Fir, has a fantastic view of Mt. Hood and was very spacious and comfortable with a full sitting room, small fridge & coffee maker, very comfortable bed and high quality bedding. Mary is a lovely host. We had a great chat with her over a delicious breakfast featuring baked apples wrapped in puff pastry - yum! We also loved meeting their sweet doggo, Lola. Mary suggested trying Solera Brewing, a local brewery right across the street, inside of driving into Hood River and we were SO glad that we did. The beer was fantastic (and we're from Bend), the mountain view was outstanding and the pub menu was much more extensive than we'd expected. Overall, it was a great trip and I'd highly recommend this B&B.