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:
- Complimentary Shipping,
- Bike Parking,
Virtual reality is almost as good as being there.
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
To be fair, it is really hard to even rate Edgefield like you would another hotel. Edgefield is a sprawling entertainment venue that also rents rooms. For someone like me, in my 60's, the effort to stay overnight at Edgefield was just too much. For starters, I had to lug my suitcase up two flights of stairs to even get into the building. The rooms were not ready at 3 pm and the front desk staff was overly curt when turning the growing numbers of would-be check ins away. Then I had to lug my suitcase up another two flights of stairs to get to the third floor room I was assigned. Starving after a long drive, I went to the "Pump House" to get a beer and something to eat. The server, though nice, knew nothing about beer. ...it's a Brew Pub people. The communal bathroom system is well thought out; unisex but with private, locked bathrooms with showers. At my stage in life, however, I just did not want to walk down to the bathroom in the middle of the night to do my thing or even just get a glass of water. Oh yes, there are ice buckets in the room and you can get ice, but that is down three floors again to the bar to obtain such ice. But! The younger set seems content at Edgefield. There are many places to hang out, live music many nights of the week, and the rooms, though they do not have AC or television, are cheerful and comfortable. Bring earplugs, it's an old building.
Worth a visit even if you don't have a room
I live close to Edgefield so I didn't have a room at the lodge, but I'm tempted to take a staycation there because I so enjoy visiting! The grounds are beautiful, with many gardens and benches to sit on and wine grapes to watch growing and wine to taste and a variety of very good places to eat. Did I mention that the restaurants use the produce from their gardens and they make their own beer and wine?!
We came for drinks and dinner. Had fun in the game room downstairs with a few drinks and then a casual dinner upstairs. We enjoyed burgers which were great. we also checked out some of the other pubs on the property. Lot's to do here.
My "GO TO" place to stay in Portland
I love the buildings, the rooms, restaurants, and the fact they allow pets. I've been staying, visiting, hearing concerts at Edgefield for many years. I've never been disappointed. If you enjoy spas, they've got one. A pedicure, manicure, massage, or haircut. The Black Rabbit Restaurant is my favorite. Delicious meals and plenty of choices. Of course, wines, beers and drinks of many kinds. You will not regret staying here.
Large McMenamins, different places to eat, relax, and explore
We love the Edgefield, it's a wonderful place to hang out and relax. I enjoy the foliage and gardens, there's so many different areas to explore. Several different style restaurants, pubs, bars. I love that most of the bars have a large juice squeezer for drinks. Ruby spa is spendy but then again your offered a glass of wine, flavored waters, and includes the soaking pool.