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We loved our visit to the Willamette Valley! We thought February was beautiful in a lot of ways; the wine was delicious, the people were so knowledgeable about wine. It's a bit disappointing that so much of the valley is farmed with grass and landscaping...More
For all the fans of Pinot Noir it’s the place to be, around 700 wineries to visit. Just 30 minutes drive from Portland. Recommended winery : Beaux Frères, Drouhin, Domaine Serene, Archery Summit, Erath, Eyrie Vineyard, Ken Wright.
I love wine; but found the Wilamette Valley area to be every bit as inviting as the wines themselves. The drive from one winery to the other is, at times, breathtaking. The views from the wineries on the hills are magical. There are wineries so...More
I live in a suburb south of Portland. The Willamette Valley is what most non-Oregonians think of when 'Oregon" is mentioned. Not too hot in summer, but 2018 was an exceptionally warm summer and wet and cool to cold in Winter. It rains frequently in...More
If you're spending time in Portland, be sure to visit the wine country in the Northern Willamette Valley around the town of Newberg. I've chosen four wineries to visit because of the wines, the wineries and the views, but there are many more. Enjoy the...More
The Willamette Valley is huge. Spanning a large area from East to West and North to South. I am not sure if it is fair to try and sum it all up in one review. That being said, it is awesome. I call it home...More
Response from 363richardi | Reviewed this property |
There are so many great restaurants in Portland it’s hard to choose. It is one of the best “foodie” cities anywhere. As far as staying if you want piece and quiet go to VRBO, lots of places in the valley that are wonderful... More
There are so many great restaurants in Portland it’s hard to choose. It is one of the best “foodie” cities anywhere. As far as staying if you want piece and quiet go to VRBO, lots of places in the valley that are wonderful. If you stay in the city you can easily Uber to many attractions and restaurants. Must visit Voodoo Donuts. Originators of the specialty donuts. ( downtown branch is the original around the corner from the Embassy Suites Hotel). A couple great restaurants=. Little Bird ( French leaning), Jakes Famous Crawfish, best pizza is Apizza Scholls, and for Italian go to Nostrana, When you go to the wineries stop in Dundee at the Red Hills Market and get sandwiches to go and take them to one of the wineries which most have outside tables with great views. You will love Portland. Remember one thing! It is a very cool liberal city😃.
Response from Stephen F | Reviewed this property |
Given that you are planning on spending some time in Portland, and are looking for a base, McMinnville - Dundee might work well for you. Depending on your budget, you may want to a look into the Allison - good place to wind... More
Given that you are planning on spending some time in Portland, and are looking for a base, McMinnville - Dundee might work well for you. Depending on your budget, you may want to a look into the Allison - good place to wind up the day.
You are in the rainy season, but for great views you might like a ride around Haag Lake - there is only one rest stop (if it is open) - otherwise.... There is a small grocery store just before you go into the park in case you forgot provisions.
Response from bouncebackmom | Reviewed this property |
Use Portland as a base. I loved my hotel ( River’s Edge Hotel and Spa) because I was able to enjoy my down time or go into the downtown. The sauna and steam room were great after walking and exploring.