Built in 1911 as the county poor farm, today Edgefield is a destination resort and national historic landmark in the Columbia River Gorge scenic area. Blending history with entertainment, Edgefield’s 74 acres offer relaxation and tranquility, just twenty minutes east of Portland. Stay the night to enjoy a comfortable guestroom, fine-dining restaurant, pub, small bars, Ruby’s Spa, soaking pool, winery, brewery, distillery, par-3 golf, movie theater, artwork and more, all paired with our handcrafted ales, wines and spirits.
- Restaurant / Lounge,
- Pet Friendly,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Family Friendly,
- Handicap Accessible,
- Internet Access,
Bike Friendly Business Amenities:
- Public Restroom,
- Bike Parking,
- Long-Term Vehicle Parking,
- Visitor Info,
Virtual reality is almost as good as being there.
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
The Jewel in McMenamins's Crown
Have I really not reviewed this place yet? It truly is a gem, and while all of the McMenamin's facilities are somehow special, this one is really specially special. It's so much more than a hotel: located out in the country, a former poor farm with a lot of space and various buildings and "encounter" areas. We live close enough for day trips, so have never stayed overnight - but the people that do look like they are really enjoying themselves. It's hard to describe, you need to wander the site. The main building has a restaurant, several bars (don't miss the pool hall!) and a wine cellar with excellent music for free. Stand or sit between the wine barrels and brewing vats in an incredibly intimate setting. A separate building (the former Power Station) has a restaurant, a bar, a cinema and a beer garden. Wander the grounds and you'll find more little nooks that have been converted into bars as well. And . . . they have major concerts on the lawn! Headliner groups are scheduled throughout the Summer. Sometimes we pay to see the group, and sometimes we just sit by the main house and listen to the concert for free - did that for Willie Nelson and Ian Anderson, it's not quite the same as being right there in the concert - but the price is right! We'll be back often, on our own, with our bikes, with friends and family. One of the best outings you can imagine!
Fascinating restored property
Restored Poor Farm originally built in 1911. Hotel on property, distillery, Pool hall, spa, glass blowing, several pubs, theatre, gardens, cozy fires and much more. Enjoyable even on a cloudy, wet day.
Fun Place to go to!
They have a couple of restaurants that have great food, one more expensive than the other. I go every year for the Cracked Pots Art show in June and its just fun to walk around the whole area. We've been to some concerts also!
Great place to visit-is an adult playground.
McMenamins is an adult playground and you're doing yourself a disservice if you haven't stayed the night here! We got married here, so some people may think we are bias, but our wedding didn't exactly go super smooth. However, as a hotel its extremely quirky and unique. Some people don't enjoy the "shared bathrooms" which aren't necessarily shared, but we spend so much time out exploring the property, playing golf, lounging in the mineral pool, and taking tours that it just doesn't seem like that big of a deal. One thing I've noticed about McMenamins is they almost always have something going on at their properties. They stay busy!!! It can fill up on most weekends, but you have to check it out. Rooms are again older and quirky, but comfortable.
Love this place
Edgefield is amazing. So much to do or not do. You don't have to leave. Bars, restaurants, a movie theater, winery, brewery, distillery, golf course, gardens, soaking pool, spa, etc. Probably one of my favorite Mcmenamins so far.