McCall House Bed and Breakfast – Ashland Gay Friendly B&B

McCall House Bed and Breakfast - Ashland Gay Friendly B&B

ASHLAND GAY FRIENDLY B&B – WALK TO THE SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL

The McCall House is a luxurious Ashland gay friendly B&B and boutique inn in a landmark 1883 Italianate mansion in the heart of this vibrant, progressive southern Oregon town.

This charming Southern Oregon town is home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and is also the gateway to the Rogue Valley’s Wine Country, Crater Lake National Park, and so much more.

Each of our rooms offers:

*A/C and Heat
* Smart TV
* Luxury Towels
* Private Bath
* Hairdryer
* Iron/Ironing Board
* Robes
* Handmade Chocolates

We also have hypoallergenic pillows available upon request, as well as “dog rooms” perfect for guests traveling with their canine pet.

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Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast – Parkdale Gay Friendly B&B

Parkdale Gay Friendly B&B

PARKDALE GAY FRIENDLY B&B –
BEAUTY IN THE HOOD RIVER VALLEY

Stay at the Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast, a Parkdale gay friendly B&B at the foot of Mt. Hood in northern Oregon. and you’ll wake to fresh brewed coffee from our local roaster and a delicious breakfast prepared with locally grown fruits and veggies, organic whenever possible.

Only minutes from the Mt. Hood National Forest, our inn is the perfect base for outdoor adventures along the Hood River and quiet outdoor retreats. Our grounds have been recognized as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat and many varieties of birds feed and nest in our gardens.

From the inn, you can set off on the Fruit Loop, a 35 mile driving tour through the valley, visiting the country farms, fruit stands and wineries along the way.

Have lunch or dinner at one of our favorite dining spots right here in town, and all only a couple walking blocks away. Explore the Hutson Museum for a taste of life in the Hood River Valley.

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Arden Forest Inn – Gay Owned Bed & Breakfast in Ashland, Oregon

Arden Forest Inn - Gay Owned Bed & Breakfast in Ashland, Oregon

PREMIER THEATRE-ORIENTED INN IN ASHLAND

The Arden Forest Inn is Ashland’s best kept secret! Come see why our guests say “the best keeps getting better.”

When you arrive arrival, you’ll find a uniqu, eclectic environment filled with original artworks, curiosities, and a big library – all in a beautiful historic Ashland home. Our folk Victorian farmhouse and adjoining carriage house were constructed in 1890 by one of Ashland’s founding families.

We offer:

* Peaceful, quiet, fully appointed guest rooms
* Free WiFi internet access
* Daily gourmet breakfasts
* Guest kitchen with free coffee, tea and snacks
* Off street parking

You’ll also find one of Ashland’s most spectacular gardens on the property – offering mountain views, enchanted green spaces, a beautiful gazebo, a wide deck and a heated swimming pool.

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Oregon’s Painted Hills – 2TravelDads

We travel a lot and make a point of visiting truly unique places. And living next to Oregon, we get to explore new and fascinating spots all the time. The Painted Hills are considered one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon. And they totally are. Visiting the Painted Hills really is a treat and it’s perfect for nearly any sort of traveler. We’re going to share with you why we love the area and how you can visit the Painted Hills.

Have you been before? If not by the time you are done reading this article and seeing our photos you are going to want to plan a trip to the Painted Hills ASAP.

Where Are the Painted Hills?

Some might consider it Central Oregon and some might call it Eastern Oregon, but the Painted Hills is located somewhere between the two. One of the three major units of John Day Fossil Beds National Monument the Painted Hills is a combination rolling landscape and jagged canyons. The canyons are what lead to the hills themselves, but half of the splendor and fun of exploring the area is the diversity of the geology and sites.

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Central Point Sunset

In September, we drove up to Southern Oregon to visit some dear friends who live in Central Point – a little town just north of Medford. We spent a few days up there, and visited their town, a little bit of Medford, and the towns of Jacksonville and Ashland.

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McCall House Bed and Breakfast – Gay Friendly Ashland Bed & Breakfast

McCall House Bed and Breakfast

The McCall House, a luxurious 1883 boutique inn and a landmark Italianate mansion in idyllic Ashland, Oregon. We are home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and gateway to the Rogue Valley’s Wine Country, Crater Lake National Park, and so much more.

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Arden Forest Inn – Ashland Gay Bed & Breakfast

Arden Forest Inn - Ashland Gay Bed & Breakfast

Ashland’s best kept secret! Come see why our guests say, “the best keeps getting better.”

Upon your arrival, you’ll discover a unique and eclectic environment dominated by a collection of original art, curiosities, and an extensive library – all housed in an historic Ashland home. The folk Victorian farmhouse with adjoining carriage house, were both built in 1890 by one of Ashland’s founding families.

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Lewis and Clark National Park in the Pacific Northwest – 2TravelDads

Lewis and Clark National Park

Having grown up in the Pacific Northwest, I’ve always been familiar with the history of the area and some key figures in its settlement, including Lewis and Clark, the famous 19th century explorers. In southwestern Washington and part of the Oregon Coast, there is Lewis and Clark National Park. We’re going to tell you all about this little known National Park and give you some great ways to experience it all.

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Oregon Coast Camping With Kids – 2TravelDads

Oregon Coast Camping

We have had our first Kampgrounds of America (KOA) camping experience and are thrilled to share it with you. Before this trip we didn’t really know what to expect at a KOA, even though we’d reviewed the website and seen many campgrounds. You just don’t know what the feel of a place is going to be and how it’ll fit with your travel style until you’re actually there. I’ll tell you it was great. When it comes to Oregon Coast camping, the Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA Resort was perfect for us.

LOCALE OF THE ASTORIA / WARRENTON / SEASIDE KOA

We spend a lot of time in Oregon, and particularly on the Oregon Coast. At least once a year, this year it’s been twice already, we do an Oregon Coast road trip, either from tip to tip or just one part of the Oregon Coast. If you’re coming from Washington State or the Portland area, the practical first stop for you coastal getaway is Astoria, Oregon. About two hours from Portland and 3.5 hours from Eugene or Seattle, WA, Astoria or Seaside are totally doable for an easy weekend escape.

You do have to either drive along the Columbia River for a good portion of the trip or you’ll cross the Coastal Range. Either way, the drive is beautiful and there are plenty of stops you can make along the way, from hiking in the hills to visiting small towns full of wineries. If you’re coming from Washington, you can add a little side trip to Cape Disappointment State Park either on your way to or from the KOA Astoria to get your lighthouse fix, because there are two just off the Columbia River. However you get to your Oregon Coast camping destination, you’ll enjoy the full travel experience.

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Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast – Gay Friendly Parkdale, Oregon Bed and Breakfast

Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast

Stay at the Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast and you’ll wake to fresh brewed coffee from our local roaster and a delicious breakfast prepared with locally grown fruits and veggies, organic whenever possible.

Only minutes from the Mt. Hood National Forest we are the perfect base for outdoor adventures and quiet retreats. Our grounds have been recognized as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat and many varieties of birds feed and nest in our gardens. From the inn set off on the Fruit Loop, a 35 mile driving tour through the valley, visiting the country farms, fruit stands and wineries along the way.

See the Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

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