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.
- Handicap Accessible,
- Pet Friendly,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Family Friendly,
- Restaurant / Lounge,
Bike Friendly Business Amenities:
- Public Restroom,
- Bike Parking,
- Visitor Info,
- Long-Term Vehicle Parking,
Virtual reality is almost as good as being there.
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Nice relaxed environment
Staff are so friendly, even when sometimes understaffed in restaurants. Not a huge fan of the wines, but love the Ruby Red. The grounds are fun to wander. Shared bathrooms are kept clean. Love the art and history.
A Great Winter Retreat (summer too)
We have been to Edgefield off and on all of our 25 years of marriage, stating with our honeymoon. (Our honeymoon room is gone as the Black Rabbit Bar took that space over.) the rooms are lovely and the bath down the hall is very accommodating for privacy and ease of use. Everything is always clean. Murphy Oil Soap is used on the wood floors which is like a throw back smell for me! There are so many dining choices and places to taste and purchase drinks/alcohol. Their own spirits, wine and beer are the best. The bartenders and wait staff are very friendly. I asked to linger in the Black Rabbit Bar on rainy afternoons and draw. It was no problem. Drawing and sipping on a hot toddy. The soaking pool is amazing and is attached to the wonderful Ruby’s spa. Be sure to sign up for your massage a couple weeks before your arrival. They are busy. The pool has its own bar as well. They give you big fluffy bathrobes for your use so you can wear your suit to the pool in any weather and be warm enough. The pool is quite warm/hot so you won’t freeze on the return trip either.
Amazing room with so much to do!
We spent only one night, we will be back! Some hotel rooms have a bathroom, others are shared bathrooms. We had a bathroom and the room had everything you would expect at a nice hotel. You can almost get lost walking around the hotel, there is so much to do! There are multiple bars, pool hall, multiple restaurants, movie theater, golf course, and they make wine, beer, and spirits onsite. The gardens are expansive, so many cool places to walk around the hotel. We will be back for a few night stay, you wouldn't have to leave the site for any reason, so much to do at this hotel.
We visited McMenamins Edgefield as a group trip with friends. I was disappointed. At $140 per night (excluding tax), I sort of expect something very nice, very special, when I am paying for a room that doesn't include a bathroom. This fell very, very short. The room was cold and drafty, extremely noisy, with a loud heater. The bed was very hard. Bathrooms left a lot to be desired. The men's was a public bathroom (urinals & stalls), with one private bathtub (ewww, who would use that!), one private shower, and a private accessible toilet-sink-shower. This was for our wing. I understand that the women's was three individual private toilet-sink-shower rooms. The bathrooms were in rough shape, but generally pretty clean. I would equate this to camping at a very nice campground that was kept extremely clean. The hotel had a lot of character and charm, but things were showing their age. This had been last renovated nearly three decades ago, and it is showing its age. Proximity to the restaurants and bars was great, and the grounds were very cute. The only true "activities" that were free were the heated pool and the glass blowing shop open during the daytime. Unfortunately, we found ourselves disappointed with the on-campus food. We're foodies, so our standards are a little higher than most, and we generally found ourselves comparing the food quality to mid-level chain restaurants, but priced at the same level as higher-end restaurants that you might find in downtown Portland. Drinks were good, but overpriced. The pool was somewhat nice, although very very crowded at night, with paint peeling off the sides and bottom. C'mon, do some maintenance. The public swimming pool I used as a child, 50 years after it was built, is in better shape than this. The bottom line is that McMenamins seems to carry a reputation as a high-end establishment. The historic nature of the grounds and the stories that Edgefield carries is awesome, but simply isn't worth what they are charging for rooms. I would have rather visited during the daytime, sampling a drink or two, watching the glass blowing, and returned in to a real hotel with a real bathroom, near a nice restaurant with good food, in Portland, for the evening. Or stopped in on my way to or from the Columbia River Gorge for a quick drink or meal. As far as anybody reading my review, I probably would have loved this when I was 22 years old, but wouldn't have been able to afford it. I definitely would not visit here with children or pets. We won't be returning.
A variety of delightful experiences in one place!
One of the premier McMenamin's properties. It really is a variety of entertainments on one large property. Nine hole golf? Check. Vineyard? Check. Multiple restaurants? Check. Different, funk, cool rooms? Check. Large, old school, rap around porch? Check. Separate cigar bar? Check. Distillery? Check. Multiple indoor and outdoor event spaces? Check. Billiards? Check. Spa? Check. Soaking pool? Check. Walking paths? Check. Spa? Check. Fun history? Check. Easy to get to from Portland, but far enough away from the congestion to be perfect. Also one shot on mass transit (Tri-Met) from downtown Portland. Amazing selection of beer, wine and spirits (perhaps more than any other McMenamin's) with many made right on the property. Live music in a variety of sizes and venues. The Black Rabbit is perhaps my favorite restaurant on the property, but I will d a separate review for that. Great for a night, or a weekend, or a week. The wonderful staff will have you never wanting to leave.