Charming Lodge Accommodation for a Mountain Getaway in Lane County, OregonOakridge, Oregon (United States of America)
Charming Lodge Accommodation for a Mountain Getaway in Lane County, Oregon
"Great accommodations, excellent breakfast, sunny patio for beer drinking post ride. Proprietors are very attentive to your needs but give you plenty …"
The Lodge has three rooms with a queen-size bed and a twin-size bunk bed set, making it perfect for one to four guests. Two of the rooms face south and have views of Larison Ridge and the Uptown Neighborhood. The third queen room faces north looks over a quiet street in the neighborhood. The queen rooms are furnished with armoires, chairs and side tables. Cotton terry cloth bathrobes are provided for the convenience of guests.
Glampers will be pleased with the convenience of a restaurant located on-site, as well as secure bike storage on the property. The Lodge is situated in the Uptown Neighborhood. A nano distillery, a pioneer museum, and English style pub are a few blocks up the street. Recreational trailheads for hiking or cycling are five minutes away. Oakridge is known as the Mountain Biking Capital of the Northwest with an inventory of 300 miles of single track. The Middle Fork Willamette watershed provides numerous opportunities for fishing, paddle boarding, kayaking, and swimming, also within a 5-30 minute walk or drive. Relaxing in the local hot springs, discovering hidden waterfalls, and walking through an old growth forest make the short list of the outdoor experiences in Oakridge.
The Lodge property has on-street and off-street parking. The building was originally constructed in the mid 50's as a Masonic Lodge. About 18 years ago, the entire building was remodeled as a private residence. Again in 2009 the building was updated and opened as a Bed & Breakfast. Updates include bamboo, slate and tile flooring, heat pumps, a wood burning stove, skylights, edible landscaping, a wood-fired pizza oven, and fresh paint inside and out. The patio has both shady and sunny locations for relaxing and a deluxe bike garage with bike stands, stools, pumps, and wash station. All guest rooms are on the second floor of a 6400 square foot building. There are two large living rooms, one on each floor, a large dining room, and four full bathrooms and two individual shower rooms, all found down the hall. The bathrooms are shared by guests.
- Air conditioning
- Linens and pillows
Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
There is an indoor cat on the property, therefore no accompanying pets will be allowed. There is no smoking anywhere inside or outside the property.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Oakridge, Oregon (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Hot springs
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
Glampers will find themselves occupied with the variety of activities in the area. In the historic area of the city, glampers can partake in a Historic Uptown Walking Tour or visit the local museum. For outdoor activities, there is Crater Lake National Park, which is great all year round. Here, guests can hike or bike during the warmer months and ski during the winter. There are also plenty of mountain bike tours that take place at Aufderheide Scenic Byway, Eugene to Crest Trail (ETC) or the Aubrey Mountain Ride, and the Salmon Creek North and South Side. Furthermore, in the summer, guests can head to Willamette National Forest, where they can hike towards Lillian Falls and Waldo Lake and go kayaking, swimming, boating, and paddle boarding. For fish fanatics, Willamette Fish Hatchery can be found close by for trout and salmon viewing areas. Here, guests can also prepare picnics and play miniature golf.
For dining options, guests may enjoy the on-site restaurant featuring wood-fired pizza, salads, desserts, plus beer and wine. A few blocks from the lodge, families are welcome at the Brewers Union English Pub, where traditional ales are made on site and pub-style meals are offered. Deep Woods Nano Distillery & Tasting Room is located a block and a half from the property. Cedar Creek Café & Coffee Hut is a five-minute drive from the lodge and offers inside dining, an outdoor beer garden, plus orders to go. The menu features slow smoked meats made on site, as well as espresso, baked goods, beer, wine, salads, deli sandwiches, and ribs.