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Top 5 Places to Stay in Willamette Valley

Top 5 Places to Stay in Willamette Valley

Few experiences in life are as rejuvenating as taking a wine tour, visiting scenic wineries, and tasting fine wines. However, organizing a wine vacation can take a lot of time and bring many difficulties. One of the finest methods to educate oneself about wine is to go on vineyard tours. You can have interesting discussions about wines with the growers and producers while on a wine tour. Your trip can be made more intriguing by the items you discover along the way. While choosing the appropriate lodging for a wine tour may go unnoticed when planning, it is one of the things that add to its allure. When visiting Willamette Valley or looking for a Willamette Valley hotels here are our Top Five Places to Stay in Willamette Valley you may want to consider as part of your next wine tasting experience.

  1. The Allison

The Allison Inn & Spa in Newberg, Oregon

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The Allison Inn & Spa gives guests an unrivaled resort experience as it is tucked away in the Willamette Valley of Oregon, a region known for its rich natural beauty. This magnificent Willamette Valley hotel is a true escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life because it is located in a charming 35-acre location and is flanked by panoramic views of the wine region and countryside.

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Accommodation: Eight suites and 77 premium guest rooms are available. The Allison Inn & Spa offers peaceful, beautifully furnished lodging in the Willamette Valley, so you can unwind while staying there. They are convinced that you will consider the hotel to be among the best boutique hotels in Oregon out of all the inns in the Portland, Oregon metro area and the entire Pacific Northwest. Portland is currently on the doorstep of wine country thanks to the region’s continued growth. The Allison wine country experience will gratify whether you are seeking accommodations near Portland, Oregon, since it is the only full-service resort and spa in Oregon Wine Country, leaving you both relaxed and revitalized.

Jory Restaurant & Bar: The Allison Inn & Spa is home to the hotel’s namesake restaurant, The Jory. Their inventive fine dining menus highlight the regional tastes of the Willamette Valley and have a significant seasonal, farm-to-table agriculture impact.

The Spa: There are 12 treatment rooms, a fitness center, an indoor pool, a whirlpool, and a pool deck at the Allison Spa.

Meetings & Events:  The best site for social gatherings, business events, or board meetings is in Oregon’s leading event facility and meeting space at this flagship of the Oregon wine country hotels.

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  1. The Atticus Hotel

Atticus Hotel in Downtown McMinnville

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It is a luxury lifestyle hotel located in the heart of Oregon Wine Country, Historic Downtown McMinnville. The roots of the neighborhood have evolved into the 36-room Atticus Hotel. The only thing that comes close to matching their admiration for the mysterious town of McMinnville and the surrounding Willamette Valley is the incomparable comprehension they have of it, which they are anxious to impart whenever the chance arises. The Atticus Hotel is aware that the extra attention to detail in each unique room and the insider’s knowledge allow you to fully experience the lifestyle of Oregon’s wine country. It is what distinguishes Atticus from other Willamette Valley hotels.

To help you experience Oregon luxury in its purest form, the Atticus Hotel has woven together a warm tapestry of services, from large features like fireplaces in every room to subtle touches like locally sourced teas and coffees.

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  1. The Dundee Inn

The Dundee Inn one of Oregon wine country hotels

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The 22 rooms of the hotel feature 22 various styles and configurations, ranging from small and stylish to big and luxurious. Bold, Willamette Valley-inspired hues, engaging local art, hand-picked furnishings, and bespoke headboards made from salvaged winery oak staves are all features of the rooms at The Dundee. Comfortable beds, opulent linens, and spacious baths are all guaranteed.

Many of the most renowned and stunning estate wineries in Oregon are located in Dundee, the heart of Oregon’s Wine Country. In the Willamette Valley, Dundee actually has the most tasting rooms. The Dundee Hotel is the ideal location to take advantage of everything the area has to offer, with five tasting rooms on-site and dozens more within walking distance. There are fantastic restaurants, excellent breweries, and other outdoor activities around Dundee. Afterward, visit the Evergreen Air & Space Museum to observe Howard Hughes’ “Spruce Goose” after enjoying a cheese tasting. Or fly over the Willamette Valley in a hot air balloon and then see a movie at a classic drive-in theater. Everyone can find something to enjoy in Dundee and its surroundings.

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  1. Black Walnut

Black Walnut places to stay in willamette valley

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The Inn is perfectly situated in Montford’s 1895 Historic District. It is a great starting point for seeing Asheville because it is close to downtown, which is home to a ton of stores, terrific restaurants, breweries, and amazing galleries, and is only a half-mile away on foot. All major highways and The Blue Ridge Parkway are easily accessible from Montford. The entrance to The Biltmore Estate and the Biltmore Village is only 2.5 miles away, yet they are surrounded by a delightful residential area with tennis courts, greenways, and North Carolina’s longest-running Shakespeare Theater.

The Inn boasts eight magnificent guest rooms – six rooms in the Main Home and two suites in the Carriage House, both of which are dog-friendly. Each room has an en-suite bathroom and is individually and tastefully equipped with high-quality furniture, bedding, linens, and color schemes. Except for the Dogwood, every room has a fireplace.

With new rooms being built, the extra space will make this resort one of the more accessible luxury hotels in Willamette Valley.

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  1. Willamette Valley Bed and Breakfast

Willamette Valley Bed and Breakfast

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You must be aware of and travel to Willamette Valley Bed & Breakfast in Newberg, Oregon. You can book a room at the hotel right away online or by calling them. Each room offers a king-sized bed, heated flooring in the bathroom, a two-person soaking tub, a separate shower, a private patio, a sitting area with a fireplace, and climate control. Every morning at 9 A.M., breakfast is served in the Great Room. They are excited to serve you and your new pals a sumptuous breakfast. On request, gluten-free, vegetarian, allergic, and other dietary needs can be met.

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