Oregon Accommodation February 14, 2019
Step Right Back Into The Victorian Era At This Unique Oregon Bed & Breakfast
If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, the Painted Lady Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room in Myrtle Creek is the place to be. No detail has been overlooked this beautiful Victorian home. Check it out:
Welcome to The Painted Lady Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room! You're about to step into the most charming place you've ever seen.
You'll find this B&B at 231 NW 3rd Ave., Myrtle Creek, Oregon.
This Victorian home was built in 1905, and it's filled with beautiful antiques and furnishings that evoke a simpler, more elegant time.
Wendi will immediately make you feel like one of the family. She's the heart and soul of this home, and somehow manages to make every single detail of your stay perfect.
There are just two guest rooms at The Painted Lady, and both are perfectly appointed. You'll find comfortable beds with luxurious linens, including hand-made quilts.
The suites are named after family members who originally lived here decades ago. Minnie's Room includes a queen-sized bed, and the Simon Selig Room (shown here) has a queen-sized bed as well as a daybed.
Both rooms have private baths that are also furnished Victorian-style.
In the morning, you'll be served a five-course breakfast, and you're in for a real treat. The food is absolutely delicious, and the presentation is beautiful.
If you'd like to experience The Painted Lady without an overnight stay, you should stop by for a tea party. From a full-course lunch menu to princess parties, you'll enjoy an afternoon of bonding and fun with loved ones.
Come and play dress-up! The Tea Room has a huge selection of dress-up attire, including hats, gloves, feather boas, and more. This place takes tea parties to a whole new level.
There are two tea parties to choose from. The Princess Party (shown here) includes chocolate dripped strawberries, fruit, scones, finger sandwiches, and tea, coffee or lemonade. The Queen's Tea includes all of that, plus quiche and some specialty desserts.
Whether you're looking for a romantic weekend for two, or an afternoon tea party with the girls, you'll want to visit The Painted Lady Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room soon! Call Wendi at (541) 733-7646 to book.
Learn more about The Painted Lady Bed & Breakfast And Tea Room on its
website, and visit its Facebook page to see even more photos of this charming place.
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