Beautiful home in a convenient area. Owners very helpful. Room nice, good size, but no comfortable reading chairs. Breakfast served at 8:30 am, which is earlier than we like, but the food was very good. When we go back to the area, we might look at other options, but we would go back again.
Our stay at the Camas Hotel was a unique experience. The hotel is quaint, and sets in a charming downtown area. While the hotel is a historical building, the rooms and bathrooms have been updated very nicely. We had AC, and the breakfast was served in an open atrium type area. The only downside was that there is no elevator, which could be a problem for some folks, however we had assistance from the staff to get our bags up and down the stairs. Because we were site seeing during the day, parking on the street was available and convenient in the evenings when we returned. Based on the night of the week of our stay, we were given free passes to attend the movies, at the theater just down the street. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Close to downtown and with lots or bars and restaurants within walking distance, the White House proved to be our perfect choice to stay on our first visit ever to Portland. The breakfasts were outstanding as well as unusual -- it's the first time I ever had fried chicken and waffles! Lanning courteously invited an old friend who lives in Portland to join us for breakfast on the last day of our stay, treating us and all of the guests like family.
My wife and I stayed here based on online reviews and we were not disappointed. Lanning was a great host being friendly but not obtrusive and even though he was on the go most of the time we saw him he was kind enough to explain the history of this historic property and the work he has put into it to get it where it is today. The rooms were clean and comfortable with delicious homemade cookies and chocolates to greet us each day. The breakfasts were gourmet and fantastic. We walked around the neighborhood where this property is located and loved the restored old homes and huge old trees. I highly recommend Portlands White House!
We love B&Bs; its a chance to get away from the masses and be treated as special guests. Portland's White House does not disappoint; Thus was our second stay and was just as great as the first. Lanning and Myra and staff go out of their way to make you feel at home in this elegantly restored mansion. Enjoyed our walks around the Irvington neighborhood. Room was very spacious and the bed divine. We looked forward to relaxing in the private courtyard and cookies after our day of hiking the falls. The only regret was our early morning departing flight did not allow us to have breakfast on the last day. You do not want to miss the breakfast; its grand. B&L Copus, Stilwell, KS
"I just spent 10 nights with my family at the most wonderful B&B ever! I reserved all 4 rooms for my 2 daughters, Mother, and my husband and myself. We flew to Portland to visit my sister and family and to celebrate family birthdays. The weather was extremely pleasant allowing us to sit out on the very spacious deck to enjoy a glass of wine and watch the early evening wildlife. The guest rooms are beautifully decorated and have en suite bathrooms. The master suite, in addition to a very large bedroom, also includes a smaller living room, a bathroom with marble floors larger than most master bedrooms, and a gigantic walkin closet. The Eagles Suite also has a nice balcony. Breakfast is elegantly delightful. Della sets a beautiful table with china. Her hot breakfasts are scrumptious: scrambled eggs, marvelous pancakes, bacon, sausage, biscuits, juices, etc. A continental breakfast is also available for those mornings that might not be so leisurable. Cereal, yogurt and a variety of breads are always laid out. Della and Virgil are very welcoming, gracious hosts. I've never had a more relaxing, completely enjoyable stay any place I've travelled.
we stayed 2 nites in the Carson ridge luxury cabins and fell in love with every little part of it...especially the owners, Rick and Theresa and of course their dog, Roxy. there are really no words to describe them, they were outstanding! the homemade breakfast each morning was superb, beds luscious!! we hiked down to the hot springs along the wind river in the pouring down rain and to get back to our room to take a hot tub topped off our wonderful day. next time we will stay 3 nites...2 just wasn't long enough! thank u Rick and Theresa for making our stay so comfortable and memorable! don't forget to walk up the trails on the property and relax in the hammocks in the trees!
My grandson and I stayed here on our way to Grant's Pass after a long train ride from Milwaukee to Portland. It was perfect in EVERY way, and Nancy is an amazing host, and person! Thank you for adding to our very special memories of our trip! I hope to get there again someday! Cheryl Monroe
We had a wonderful stay at the Camas Hotel. So charming, great staff, and wonderful breakfast in the upstairs sunroom--quiche, fresh fruit, and lots of baked goods. The bed was so comfortable and the room was beautiful and old-world cozy. The hotel is located downtown in the heart of the historic district which is all well-kept and beautiful. Highly recommend, just don't be surprised by the large paper mill several blocks away. Other than when you drive or walk by it, you don't really know it is there.
This BnB is a gem. The house is a historic novelty that has been decorated and furnished in just the right way. It's a in beautiful, quiet town with lots to see and do. Our host was lots of fun to talk to and really inviting, treating us with a tour of the property, delicious breakfasts, and lots of tasty snacks. We enjoyed our time here and hope to go back.
I cannot give high enough praise for this beautiful and welcoming Bed and Breakfast. We only stayed one night, but it was an amazing night spent in a warm and comforting atmosphere, only blocks away from great restaurants, shops and art, and is located in a great neighborhood. If that wasn't enough, the staff were some of the friendliest I have ever met, and the breakfast of cheese blintz and fresh fruit was to die for. I would recommend staying here to anyone and everyone!
My husband and I were truly amazed at the first sight of the property. Once inside, we were in awe of the woodwork, the décor and charm of this lovely place. The staircase that greets you as you walk through the front door is just breathtaking with one beautiful room after another. The breakfast was served in the formal dining room and was outstanding- very delicious!!
This was a wonderful last minute trip. The cabins were exceptionally clean and very romantic! The grounds are gorgeous and peaceful. You can walk paths and pick blackberries. If you're lucky you'll see a doe with twins ( this summer anyway). The attention to detail is outstanding. The breakfast was amazing, hardly any need for lunch. My favorite part was dessert with breakfast. Richard and Theresa, the owners are great. Their cooking is fabulous and even though they've only been there a relatively short time, their knowledge of the area is fantastic. They seemed to quickly know what kind of vacation their guest wanted and sent them on a journey for the day or not.
Myra was wonderfully hospitable upon arrival. She even returned a last minute email about uber being at the airport. The room was beautiful, the neighborhood had wonderful; we loved walking and biking around the city from here. Breakfast was delicious both mornings as well!
Beautiful setting in a part of the state we hadn't explored before. Cabins are cozy, the property is covered in beautiful walking trails, breakfast was scrumptious. The biggest benefit for us was free charging for our Tesla. This gave us the ability to explore a much wider area during our two day stay.
We've stayed here three times before coming back last week. We love the location, friendly staff, and especially the breakfast. It is absolutely amazing! The rooms can be tight, however, it's an older home and they are perfectly comfortable. We find this B&B a much better place to stay than a downtown hotel. The price is reasonable and the parking is free! We love exploring the neighborhood and find it easy to get downtown, to the Pearl, and to 23rd while leaving our car parked at the B&B. The people we've met and chatted with while having breakfast are always interesting and enjoyable. We highly recommend the White House and will be back again.
We only stayed one night, and sadly had been ill. But the staff graciously prepared a tray for me to take to the room, so we got to enjoy a delightful breakfast. Details and decorations are a feast for the eyes. Bed was very comfortable, with fabulous pillows; appreciated the terry robe and quiet.
Stayed at Portland's White House for 3 nights while in Portland for business. They accommodated my late check-in due to a nighttime arrival in Portland. The food was spectacular, everyone was very friendly, and the room was clean and comfortable.
Excellent breakfast, rooms, conversation, in a quiet semi-rural location. The rooms have both an inside and outside entrance for extra privacy. The dining room has a view of a wooded area filled with a variety of birds attracted by seeds, nuts and water set out by the Cornerstone proprietors. They appear as if they are trained birds. What a delight to observe! Our favorite B & B!
We come here several times a year for the festivities this quaint little town offers. This weekend it was the summer antique faire. We can see the vendors setting up their wares from our window and after a nice continental breakfast we head out to the street. Never disappointing, this weekend get away was just what we needed!
It was a Victorian House with so many furniture in the house. Our room was alright except that we did not have spaces to put our clothes away. We could not close the shower room's door. The owner cooked the breakfast for us. Good coffee. The kitchen was packed with all her stuff. We had to park our car in front of the road. Need to clear things up and made it more functional in the room would be nice.
Portland's White House is located on a quiet residential street on the NE side of Portland. Many great restaurants are located less than 3 miles away. The B&B is furnished with many, many antique furniture items and the rooms are very, very nice.
This amazing, beautiful, and superbly run venue is the perfect spot for a get-away or even a wedding, our particular experience... OK! Only get one of those, but I promise you will want to keep coming back year after year. Yes, the rooms are lovely! Cool, comfortable and perfect. Yes, the location is great. But, truly it is the staff and the innkeeper that make this the absolute best experience you will want to keep having year after year! Love, love love Portland's Whitehouse....
We spent three nights at the White House recently. It's a wonderfully decorated space and is located in a wonderful neighborhood. We were able to walk to many great restaurants and local businesses. Lannning and Myra were great hosts and had gregarious personalities. I would definitely come back if we are back in Portland.