Only minutes off I-5 in So. Oregon, near wine touring, a quality golf course and less than three hours from Crater Lake, The Painted Lady B & B and Tea Room is an excellent choice for your stay. It is truly a sensory experience involving taste, touch, smell and sight. You are in for a fabulous time in our restored two-story circa 1900 Colonial Revival house with Victorian motif. We are located near many popular attractions, such as Wildlife Safari, the Myrtle Creek Golf Course and two local historic covered bridges. The downstairs hosts a popular Tea Room and restaurant. The breakfast is a five-course treat prepared by Innkeeper, Wendi. Please look at our reviews here and on our website posted by our guests.
5 on October 07, 2014
My stay at The Painted Lady Bed and Breakfast was outstanding. I give it a 6 star rating in quality, hospitality and menu. The homey decor was charming, quaint, and very appealing. The three bedrooms were beautifully designed with vintage quilts, and antiques. The beds were so comfortable. This bed and breakfast included a fully furnished kitchen, a large formal dining room, and a lovely sitting room furnished with great books, and a balcony with a wonderful rocking chair and small table and chairs for light eating. The ambiance at Painted Lady was fabulous. One of the highlights of Painted Lady is the incredible breakfast menu. Wendi, the owner makes all the dishes. Her signature dish is the baked apple French toast, made with croissants. One could just eat that dish and be happy for breakfast, but Wendi also serves homemade scones, quiches, delicious sausages, and a lovely tiered fruit parfait to complete the meal. All of this is served in the delightful tea room/shop, which is decorated with numerous vintage clothing, parasols, nic-nacs, jewelry, and “treasures” galore. There is even an special children’s closet for little girls to dress up in “princess” gowns with tiaras and boas to wear for special tea parties. Outside the house, the English garden is fill with fountains, herbs, and more antiques. I would definitely treat my three granddaughters and family to stay at the Painted Lady for a very special vacation. I would take the whole top floor of the house, have a wonderful breakfast, enjoy the tea room and shop, and enjoy the wonderful world of “make believe” with my grandchildren. Another plus for the location of Painted Lady, it is so close to Winston’s Wildlife Safari, Roseburg, and Oregon’s winery. If you are visiting southern Oregon, you need to put the Painted Lady Bed and Breakfast, in Myrtle Creek on your list for one of the “must stop” sites in Oregon.
5 on October 04, 2014
We recently stayed at The Painted Lady B & B and were so happy that we found it. It is a beautiful inn in a peaceful, lovely little town off of Highway 5. Our room was super clean, romantic, roomy, and super comfortable. Breakfast was to die for. Wonderful fruit cups, quiche, large sausages, and a baked apple French toast. All of it adorned with edible flowers. Wendy was so nice and obviously loves what she does. We can only hope we find our way past Myrtle Creek so we can stay there again. Thank you, Gi Gi and Chris
5 on August 12, 2014
Travel worn and panicked that I would not make our reservation on time due to horrendous traffic delays I called Wendi and was immediately and graciously reassured that my late arrival was not a problem at all. Oh how good it felt to be welcomed at midnight by lights left on and cool fans blowing. After a sound sleep in a soft, luxurious bed my mom and I were treated to a fully laden table brimming with tea house delights. Every detail carefully attended to by Wendi. I am so privileged to have stayed here and to have made the acquaintance of this wonderful and special couple. Wendi and Dan were so welcoming. It was impossible not to see the passion and caring behind every perfectly folded towel and beautifully garnished dish. I plan to stay here on every travel through Myrtle Creek in the years to come.
4.8 on February 15, 2014
My wife and I have been to the Painted Lady for tea several times, and have stayed at the B&B twice. Each time we've visited, we've enjoyed our visit tremendously! The house and tea room were built in 1900. Wendi and Dan renovated the facility and made it like walking back in time. Wendi's creativity at decorating is awe-inspiring, and her attention to detail in the decorating, the preparation of meals, and general "good feeling" are all-too-rare. The breakfast includes fresh fruit with Greek yogurt and brown sugar, home-made scones wth home-made whipped cream, petite quiches, and baked cinnamon apple french toast that is incomparable! She has scoured thrift shops and antique stores to decorate each room in the guest house as well as the tea room. We drive over fifty miles one way to get to the Painted Lady, and completely love being there! Wendi loves what she does and it shows in every detail. Her enthusiasm is contagious without ever being overbearing or intrusive.
5 on October 09, 2013
In 5 weeks of a driving holiday we have stayed in more opulent b&b's, we have stayed in b&b's with better views, but haven't stayed in one that we enjoyed so much as the painted lady. The whole place has so much character, from the wonderfully decorated and comfortable accommodation to the amazing tearooms and the great garden. And when we met the owner, Wendi, it was obvious that the Painted Lady is an extension of her- bright and happy and so positive. 5 minutes in the morning with this lovely lady would put a smile on your face for the rest of the day. Wendi's breakfasts are second to none. 5 courses of beautifully presented and great home prepared food. We didn't need to eat again all day. Go out of your way to stay here.
5 on October 07, 2013
We were on our way home from visiting in California. My husband was not feeling well and needed to rest; I was looking forward to peace and quiet, a glass of wine, and a good book. We were the only guests at the B&B, so we got that and more. The breakfast was unbelievable, five courses, and more than we could eat, although we tried. There is only one bathroom for three rooms, but that was not an issue for us. The siren across the street alerting volunteer firefighters went off early in the evening, but did not affect our evening; that's part of small town life. It was a nice treat; I finished my book, my husband felt better, and we started the trip home feeling great.
2.8 on August 24, 2013
Just to have it stated up front. Very nice old Victorian Home "Dolled Up". If you have a large family/group this is a perfect place. Access to the whole upstairs with common area great for visiting.
First, thank you for posting a review, even though the review was not as high as all the others. Over 90% of the time, our guests have the B & B to themselves. When the occasion happens when the B & B is shared, our guests have had a good experience (as the reviews here and on our website demonstrate). We are sorry you didn't feel the value was satisfactory. You are our first guest to express this. Glad you also expressed a number of positives. We will keeping working to deserve your support and patronage.
5 on August 22, 2013
Our 2 day stay at The Painted Lady was a special gift from my family. We traveled from Hong Kong China to visit family and as an extra treat we were invited to stay a few nights for a mini vacation. The house is amazing, decorated in vintage country style... I spent at least an hour looking at all of the trinkets and collectables scattered throughout the house. Our room was cozy, just perfect for our couple time but big enough for the family if we needed it. Wendi made a scrumptious breakfast including baked french toast and a lovely fruit parfait... Next year when we come home we will visit The Painted Lady again!! Thanks Wendi & Dan we look forward to seeing you again next year... :0)
Thank you for your kind and thoughtful review. We are glad The Painted Lady B & B provided such a positive experience for you! We value your review and are grateful for your patronage. Until we see you again, God bless you!
4.4 on August 14, 2013
I wrote a review, but apparently it was lost online... this form suddenly came up again (sorry if a repeat). After a long drive from Sacramento, I was welcomed by a charming, very positive hostess, Wendi...and led to a refrigerator full of cool drinks and delectable edibles, even before settling into my room. How welcoming is that! Charming Victorian decor harked back to Roseburg/Myrtle Creek (Douglas County) history. A "museum" in itself. Books in the lobby were there for all to read and learn more. I thought the "shared bath" would be a problem, but it wasn't ~ it was super clean and the few guests hardly made a mark. The shower and tub worked just fine. I had friends to meet at the nearby Pyrenees Vineyard, so the location was perfect for me. The night was restful, the room very quaint, clean, comfy. The morning greeted me with Oregon Nature, fresh air, a sweet Painted Lady B&B with a gourmet Victorian-style breakfast waiting for a sit-down sharing with other interesting guests. The gardens surrounding the Victorian B&B and Teahouse were natural, sweet. Some might say the decor was "overdone", but the Victoriana and Myrtle Creek/Douglas County history came through ~ the realness of it all! Of course I will like to visit again as I trek north from California. Thank you Wendi and Painted Lady!!
We really thank you for the kind and thoughtful review and for being our guest. Over 90% of the time, our guests have the place to themselves. In those times where we have more than one guest, we have found that our guests have enjoyed the experience getting to know another B & B neighbor. We truly look forward to having you stay again in Myrtle Creek at The Painted Lady!
5 on July 08, 2013
Everything from the yummy raspberry ice cream dessert in the freezer when we arrived to the amazing 4 course breakfast made us feel pampered. The '40s decor was beautiful, charming and really well done. My husband and I were looking for a pit stop from Portland on our way to the redwoods with our 2 small children and this place surpassed our expectations. Wendi was so kind and accommodating. The room's AC unit was much appreciated as we had arrived during a heat wave! The beds were comfortable and my son had fun finding hidden dinosaurs, tea cups, gnomes in the yard out front. Truly a must-do-again adventure for us!
I have always dreamed a place where the sensory experience of sight, touch, taste and feel is exceptional. We are especially glad you enjoyed the stay as a family and we really you will be our guest again!
The Simon Selig room is our most spacious room. It features a comfortable queen size bed. It has a heater and a/c in the room. The decor is excellent. Wifi included.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $0
Henrietta's Room is our smallest room yet it has a comfortable iron frame queen size bed. The room has a heater and a/c. It is decorated nicely and is quiet. Relax and wake up refreshed. Wifi included.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $0
Minnie's Room has plenty of natural lighting and features a barley twist full-size bed. It is very quiet and very comfortable. Wifi available
Nightly Rate: $125 - $0
Right off I-5, Oregon Trail, Seven Feathers Casino, Wildlife Safari, Golf Course, Wine country, Downtown, Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Eugene, OR (EUG-Mahlon Sweet Field) 90 miles
Less than two minutes off I-5 in Southern Oregon Take exit 108. Cross bridge and turn left on Third Ave. One block up Third on the right side.
Antique Shopping, Casino, Concert venue, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Covered bridges, Wine Tour, Wildlife Safari, Music at the Park/Timber Trucker's Parade, Applegate Trail, Golf Course, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Board games, Computer, DVD Player, Library, Private entrance
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Wineries, Grand Victorian Dinner Theatre, Casino, Wildlife Sarfari, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
Dan & Wendi Jocoy
Dan & Wendi have spent years restoring and beautifying the 110 year-old home for guests to enjoy. It has been a labor of love. Dan serves as a minister and the mayor of Myrtle Creek. Wendi is a restaurant owner, mother and avid collector of vintage items.
Vegetarian , Gluten-free