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.
- Air Conditioning,
- Mountain or Water View,
- Complimentary Breakfast,
- Internet Access,
Bike Friendly Business Amenities:
- Complimentary Locks,
- Visitor Info,
- Long-Term Vehicle Parking,
- Limited Groceries,
- Floor Pump,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Great spot close to skiing, hiking and biking. Friendly, clean and relaxed.
This is a perfect respite from typical hotels. The proprietors are great, breakfast is delicious and Mary makes it work for guests needs. Close to Mt Hood Meadows, fabulous hiking and mt biking trails. We will return again and again.
Beautiful home, lovely surroundings and magnificent hosts!
Not only were the accommodations very welcoming and comfortable, but the breakfasts were 5-star! Our hosts were very helpful as this was our first visit to this gorgeous area. No request went unanswered, and Mary went out of her way to provide everything we needed during our stay. A truly lovely experience! Joani & Ty -- Arizona
Fall is the best in the Hood River Valley and this is the place to stay.
Great old Inn with lots of charm. Rooms were fabulous. We stayed in Doug Fir and had plenty of room and comfy bed. Innkeepers are delightful and have great local information. Breakfast is yummy and filling. We will return for sure. Fall is the time to return home with lots of apples and pears. Perfect place from which to visit Mt. Hood and Cooper Spur. Have fun.
Loved this B&B! Our room was like a small apartment with a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Beautiful home in lush surroundings with several restaurants right down the street. But the best part was Mary the inn keeper and her husband Steve and dog Lola. I can’t remember the cat’s name but she was adorable and friendly. And the breakfast every morning was delicious, especially the French toast. Unbelievable. We stayed 3 nights and had a wonderful time in the Mt Hood and Hood River area.
Great location for exploring the mountains and the Columbia river
We stayed overnight on our way from the wine country to the Columbia gorge. The Inn has all the amenities, is in a quiet location and Mary is a great host. We walked down to the BBQ restaurant in Parkdale that she recommended for an excellent meal. Our breakfast was first class and we learned more about the area from Mary than our guide book!