A Beautiful Farmhouse Style B&B The Cornerstone Bed and Breakfast was built in 2006 on a 2 acre wooded parcel of land on Cooper Mountain in the quiet Washington County countryside. Yet it is only 10 minutes from one of Oregon's largest shopping malls, Washington Square. You will enjoy overlooking the valley below with vineyards, orchards and berry farms. Every room has it's own bathroom and a private entrance from the deck surrounding the house. Only 5 minutes to wine tasting at the famous Ponzi and Cooper Mountain wineries.
4.0 on September 23, 2016
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.
5 on August 29, 2016
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!
5 on August 22, 2016
Harold and Margaret are wonderful hosts. They will go out of their way to make your stay comfortable. They prepare wonderful breakfasts that keep you going well after noon. The home is so beautiful and comfortable. Will we go back, you bet.
4.8 on August 17, 2016
Harold & Margaret are both very nice & helpful. They served delicious breakfast each morning at 8:30. We enjoyed that Harold says a breakfast prayer, since you are sharing their living quarters. It's a very large home & property. You need to go out for all other meals. It's close to many restaurants & a mall. We had dinner at the Cheesecake Factory one night. The property is beautiful, the B & B is large, on one level & very clean. Our room was beautiful & opened on to the large back covered deck. We would sit in the rocking chairs & read, along with watch the squirrels & birds eat from the porch feeders that Harold keeps well supplied! They had soft instrumental music playing. It's a very nice & relaxing place to stay. We would highly recommend it, but it might be hard to return home!
5 on August 13, 2016
This was our fourth stay at Cornerstone and we weren't disappointed. As always Margaret and Harold were wonderful hosts, the breakfasts were delicious and included "just the right amount of food" with many side choices, and the room was clean and comfortable. We love the quiet and beautiful setting and it is convenient to our travels. Sue and Earl
4.8 on August 08, 2016
Just like being with family in their home.
5 on July 31, 2016
Margaret and Harold are wonderful, caring hosts. We had a lovely stay and wish we would have been able to stay longer to enjoy their hospitality.
5 on July 20, 2016
We wish we had time to stay longer than one night. We didn't have a chance to enjoy the common rooms, which are lovely. The group breakfast was a lot of fun, we met some very interesting people along with our hosts, who shared breakfast with us, which was nice. The rooms are lovely and comfortable and well thought out including separate outside entrances to each room.
5 on June 02, 2016
This is our second stay at Cornerstone and it was just as good as I remembered it. It is our sanctuary in a world of insanity. Harold and Margaret are the nicest people you could meet. They treat us like family. The other couples there were so much fun to talk with. Margaret is a fantastic cook and she caters to your taste. This will not be the last time we stay there. If you like birds, Harold feeds the birds every morning. It is so nice to sit and watch the birds from the wrap around deck, or from the dining room window.
5 on May 20, 2016
Spacious rooms with private, secure ground floor entry. Gourmet breakfasts daily. Very warm and gracious hosts.
This room reflects the fact that the Portland Metropolitan area is known as the "End of the Oregon Trail". It is decorated with pictures of the Oregon trail map and artifacts that might well have been part of a wagon train. This room has a walk-in shower in the bathroom with a seat and plenty of room. This room also has a lovely queen bed and a 30 " flat panel TV for your viewing enjoyment. As with each of our rooms there is WI-FI and cable TV. This room also has a number of books about the Oregon Trail for your reading pleasure. The nightly rate for this room is the same as all our rooms. For one night the rate is $165, 2 or 3 nights is $140 per night and for 4 or more nights it is $130 per night (taxes not included).
This room reflects our beautiful Oregon Coasts and the Port of Portland. It has a nautical theme with pictures of all the Oregon light houses. It also has a collection of beautiful seashells and collection of knots used in sailing. This room is our ADA compliant room for handicapped folks. It has a wheel-in shower and a sink which allows a wheel chair to pull into it. This room has twin beds which can be pulled together to make a king sized bed if you prefer. Please see the photos. The rate for this room is the same as our other rooms and for one night it is $165, for 2 or 3 nights it is $140 per night and for 4 or more nights it is $130 per night. As with all of our rooms this room has a flat panel TV, cable for your viewing pleasure and WI-FI for your computer, I-pad or smart phone.
This room is perhaps our most romantic room with a victorian flavor and roses in honor of our Portland, known as the "Rose City". This room has a lovely queen bed with beautiful Waverly rose sheets, pillows and quilt. This is our only room with a combo tub and shower in the bathroom. It also has a flat panel TV, cable and WI-FI. Please see the photos. The rate for this room, as for all of our rooms varies with the number of nights that you stay. The more nights you stay the less it costs. A single night is $165, 2 or 3 nights is $140 per night and 4 or more nights is $130 per night (taxes not included).
Countryside, Wine country
Portland, OR (PDX) 27 miles
From PDX airport take Hwy 205 South to Hwy 84 West to I-5 to Hwy 405 to the Beaverton exit to Hwy 26 West. Take Hwy 26 West to Hwy 217 South. Take Hwy 217 South to Scholls Ferry Road Exit. Turn right (West) onto Scholls Ferry Road and continue approximately 4 miles to 175'th Ave. Turn right onto 175'th Ave and proceed north approximately 1/2 mile to Alvord Lane. Turn right onto Alvord Lane and proceed approximately 500 feet to our driveway.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Multnoma Falls, Japanese Gardens, Oregon Maritime Museum, Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Horseback Riding, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Board games, Ceiling fans, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Piano, TV Video games, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wired internet
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Desk, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Hiking trails, Berry Picking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Table Tennis
Harold and Margaret Meyering
Margaret is a Nurse who loves to decorate and cook. Harold is a retired Electronics Engineer who is an aspiring woodworker.
customized with guest input
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian