The Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast is located on 40 acres of nature at its best. The owners, Mark and Beth Lanzarotta had a dream and now they want to offer up their dream to you. With bulldozer underfoot they carved out a road to the spot where they built their house. With 3 magnificent rooms for guests and now they invite you to come and share their dream. Bed and Breakfast indeed, but in luxurious rooms attached to their house. You have all the privacy of a hotel plus the accommodations of a 4 star breakfast room. Your living quarters are like living in a tree house with a multiple star rating.
5 on January 28, 2015
We stayed the night there for our wedding night and I can't tell you how happy we did. Amazing room. The hosts were so kind and personable. Lived the Forrest view. The breakfast was amazing. I can't say enough about how wonderful our stay was. We have stayed there once since then and plan on scheduling another stay soon. The Yew room is a must!!!! You won't regret your stay.
4.8 on September 27, 2014
Great nights sleep. Wonderful setting. Could be tidied up a bit in the surroundings to be better. Rooms are works of art hosts are great really really great people food was fantastic
4.6 on September 15, 2014
happy to give my name and endorse lanzarotta B&B ..I am shirley hughes
5 on September 05, 2014
Our stay at the Lanzarotta B&B was, to say the least, amazing!!! We had such a great time and our hosts were such a cute couple. The meals were fantastic and the setting was serene and peaceful--truly a home saturated in rest and rejuvenation! To have the Lanzarotta's pursue their dreams and then to bless us with such excellence is truly a gift to all who partake of their hospitality. The only hiccup we came across was when we wanted to cook (kitchen only available in the Yew Room) in our room for lunch and dinner. We find out that there were little amenities in the actual room even though there was a beautiful kitchen offered in our room. Mark and Beth did what they did to accommodate. Slight challenges had to be overcome but we made do and were very happy with how things turned out. We were able to cook and prepare meals for ourselves for lunch and dinner and were very please about that. All in all, we would DEFINITELY stay here again.
5 on October 25, 2013
We spent only 24 hours there last weekend and can't wait to go back and spend several days. The grounds, the buildings, the rooms were absolutely beautiful. The owners Mark and Beth - great people. Marks breakfast was delicious. Highly recommend this place!!
5 on January 01, 2013
A beautiful, beautiful experience! From the natural beauty of the property to the warm, welcoming hearts of Mark and Beth, everything about our stay was truly delightful! My husband and I have never felt so relaxed as we did after staying here. We cant wait to return! The beauty of the surrounding woods and the intimate charm of the rooms create a wonderful retreat. Mark and Beth, the owners, make you feel right at home as they welcome you. They are kind and warm, and once you converse with them you will see how their personailties are reflected in the warmth and comfort of their B&B. I haven't even told you about breakfast yet! After a wonderful, refreshing sleep, you will make your way to the cozy dining area where you will be served a delicious breakfast! We stayed two nights, and while we looked forward to our first breakfast there, we couldn't wait to get to breakfast the second morning because we knew what was in store! We thoroughly enjoyed the food, views, and great conversation with Mark and Beth! We really can't say enough good things about this place, do yourself a favor and check it out!
4.6 on August 15, 2012
Recently stayed at Lanzarotta for a quick overnight getaway. The upstairs studio room is quite remarkable, with huge wraparound deck, vaulted ceilings, luxurious tiled shower, comfy bed, and really nice kitchen stocked with lemonade and other drinks. The photos on their website do not convey the beauty of this space. Hosts are really friendly, but not overly so--they respected our privacy needs and gave us plenty of space. They were also very accommodating with our special dietary needs--vegan and gluten free--and served up a delicious breakfast for us. We will most certainly be back and will recommend their accommodations to others.
5 on August 08, 2012
An adventure into the power and serenity of nature combined with immaculate accommodations and great food. I spent a week unwinding, amazed at the setting and friendliness of Beth and Mark. This place was carved out by this couple with hard work and a dream. A soothing experience we all deserve as a treat every year. I highly recommend this experience as enjoyable and therapeutic for the nerves. I will be back. Marty
5 on July 29, 2012
We just returned from one Anniversary celebration night in this splendid backwoods B&B near South Willamette wineries and Eugene. After winding our way uphill along the gravel road we were greeted warmly by Beth who showed us upstairs to the Yew Room. We knew the Yew tree to have restorative properties, as does this most charming, quiet forested spot. The B&B building has been hewn from a variety of trees from the 40 acre site including Douglas fir, cedar and yew in our room. The room was very spacious with a kitchen area and great room adjoining a cozy area with a very comfortable King size bed, all surrounded by many windows allowing the awesome forest views. Very quiet except for the occasional clucking of chickens way off in their coop and other birdsong. Hummingbirds everywhere. Beth had recommended dinner at nearby King Hill Estates winery's restaurant. Outstanding choice -superb food and service. Back at Lanzarotta's we enjoyed both front and back decks as the sun sank. At breakfast, we met Beth's husband, Mark, who was cooking up an aromatic potato, mushroom, pepper and bacon concoction paired divinely with a buttery french toast bread bathed in a thick, cinnamon caramel that qualified as our best breakfast in 2012 - that after having returned from a month in European B&B's! Mark and Beth have combined their substantial talents, tastefulness and true hospitality to ensure a memorable backwoods escape.
5 on July 29, 2012
The property was majestic, and in a great location. This hand crafted home, with beautiful landscape is perfect for a quiet evening away, or for celebration of an anniversary/honeymoon. The Inkeepers were hospitable, and friendly. We really enjoyed our stay, and the breakfast was incredible. We would absolutely refer a friend, and plan to visit again soon. On a sidenote: This littel B&B is really close to all the wineries as well, so you can make it a weekend trip with wine tasting!
The YEW Suite is the most romantic and sought-after room at the Estate. It is a awe-inspiring example of the wood taken and milled from the property. The suite is an extremely large second-story room featuring hand-crafted woodwork, kitchen, sitting area, king- size Tempur-Pedic bed, decks and exquisite windows with front, back and side views. The bath features a large double -tiled shower with skylight and more hand-crafted wood amenities. The Yew Room will truly be hard to leave.
The DOUG FIR room is accentuated with wood that was cut and milled using the small saw mill located on the property. This room contains a queen- size bed and a beautifully tiled bathroom and shower. The Doug Fir room is handicap ready. The warm wood tones, wonderful decorations, and view windows will give you the rest and peace found only when you commune with nature. All rooms are Wi-Fi ready.
The CEDAR room contains the most beautiful red cedar you will ever see. Must be honest, this Cedar is the only wood that was not harvested from the property. It is just too hard to find. It is a treat that you will never forget, The tiled bathroom is just too awesome to explain. You have to see the Cedar Room as a whole to understand how beautifully'. All rooms are Wi-Fi ready.
University of Oregon, King Estate Winery, Chateau Lorane Winery, Sweet Cheeks Winery, Silvan Ridge Winery, Airport, Countryside, Wine country
Eugene, OR (EUG-Mahlon Sweet Field) 25 miles
I-5 to exit 182. Creswell, Oregon, go West, 10.5 miles on Oregon Ave,threw town, Oregon Ave. becomes Camas Swale Rd and Camas Swale Rd, becomes Hamm Rd.,drive way is on the right.29179 Hamm Rd. Up the driveway .5 miles. Don't stop until you are at the top.
Gourmet/Fine Dining, Picnic area, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, Fax Machine
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, wine tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Mark and Beth Lanzarotta
We are living our American Dream. We have worked hard,Beth work for Safeway, 27 years, Mark a semi-retired Forester. We have built a rustic timber framed addition,so we can follow our dreams of 27 years.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Baked Pecan Caramel French Toast
A baked french toast, has a layer of caramel and pecan, cinnamon swirl bread with an egg custard baked threw. A little maple syrup on top, sets it off for a delightful breakfast.