Heron Haus is a 1904 English Tudor mansion located in the city's northwest hills. Designed by noted Portland architect Joseph Jacobberger, it is on the National Historic Register. It has six guest suites, each with private bath and fireplace. Full gourmet breakfast served each morning. Off street parking and high-speed wireless Internet access.
4.0 on December 16, 2014
This was our first time staying at a bed and breakfast, not only was this house perfect for myself and my 2 children but it was my son's 11th birthday and they went out of their way to sing him happy birthday at breakfast without even requesting it. This house was amazing, beautiful inside and out and we will be making it a yearly tradition
4.6 on December 11, 2014
Our daughter moved to the NW neighborhood when she took a new job, and we were delighted to find that Heron Haus was close to her new apartment, so we could stay there and celebrate her birthday. From the easy late entrance with a glass of port wine and cookies to greet us, to the spacious, well-appointed rooms with great views, to the delicious breakfasts, we found Heron Haus to be a real treat.
5 on November 13, 2014
Excellent location - 5-min walk to NW shops and cafes, but in a quiet residential neighborhood. Very cosy, clean, and comfortable with 2 dining rooms and sitting areas. Free parking outside in the courtyard. We stayed in the Rogue and Rose rooms on the 2nd floor - both were lovely with private bathrooms and sitting areas. Everything was clean and well thought-out. Breakfast was always fresh and delicious. Tea always available, and port and cookies are served in the afternoon. Pam was a great host - friendly and eager to help guests. I think there are 6 rooms in total, so you get to meet other travelers. Overall an excellent place to stay - we highly recommend it and hope to return soon!
5 on November 07, 2014
The out-of-the-ordinary breakfasts at Heron Haus were superb! And the fresh cookies and liquor sample in the evening made it a nice place to come home to.
5 on October 31, 2014
An excellent, well-run B and B. Friendly and welcoming. Beautiful old estate, nicely furnished without all the silly ruffles that afflict so many American B and B's. Room immaculate and very comfortable, like home. Quiet and restful among the trees and high above the city traffic. Lots of reading material in books and pamphlets that explain every aspect of Oregon living and touring. A library full of books one wanted to stay and read. Breakfast was exemplary. Original interpretations of classic egg dishes. Coffee and tea available all day long. Port and cookies set out in the evening. Easy parking. We were impressed and would gladly stay at Heron Haus again. Grateful guests, BJ and EP
5 on October 26, 2014
I am a solo, non-driving, traveler visiting from NYC and I found Heron Haus to be an excellent place to stay in Portland. The room (Willamette) was very comfortable and quiet, and had a nice alcove area for reading/thinking/napping. I also liked the sun room on the main floor overlooking a planted yard area as a place to enjoy coffee while perusing The Oregonian. The breakfasts were creative and hearty, and the conversations with the other guests made the experience interesting and informative. It was easy for me to go just about anywhere I wanted to go in Portland by using the NS streetcar and the 15 bus that stop a few blocks down the hill, or by walking. My stay at Heron Haus was very relaxing and I would like to stay there again. Kevin Anterline
3.8 on October 18, 2014
At Heron Haus B&B the staff went out of their way to make for an enjoyable stay. Breakfasts were brilliant. The Haus was a joy to be in.
5 on October 17, 2014
My husband and I recently stayed at this B&B and we had an amazing experience! This was our first B&B and we are hooked! The breakfast was devine, atmosphere was warm and welcoming and the place was charming! Coral was a wonderful host and she created a lovely atmosphere! We loved it!!!
4.8 on October 14, 2014
We thoroughly enjoyed our 3 nights with Heron House and would certainly stay there again. The bed was extremely comfortable, our room (one of the larger ones) was so pleasant with two couches for sitting, the interim innkeeper was friendly, helpful and willing to spend time with guests just getting to know them a bit better. The breakfasts were delightful and the area couldn't be beat! You'll enjoy your stay there. The only reason for the 4 stars under cleanliness was that the shower was badly in need of repair with broken tiles .
4.2 on October 11, 2014
We spent two nights in the Mt. Hood room, which was beautiful and spacious, and the staff, especially Coral, was very friendly and hospitable. The breakfasts were very nice and the location very convenient to the many attractions close by. A great stay! We will be back for sure.
Portland, OR (PDX)
From Washington or coming south on I-5: Stay on I-5 south and cross the Columbia River. Take the St Helens / Beaverton Exit, which puts you on the Fremont Bridge. Move into the right lane and exit onto Vaughn St. Turn left on 25th Avenue and go across Northwest Portland toward the hills to the intersection of 25th, Johnson and Westover. Take a sharp right onto Westover and go up the hill one block. Continue up the Heron Haus driveway where Westover makes a sharp left From I-5 coming north / I-405 North: On I-5 stay to the left as you approach the I-405 junction onto I-405. Take the Everett St. exit. Go straight ahead to the second light and turn left onto one-way Glisan. Move into the right lane before 23rd Avenue, which becomes a twp-way street at that point. Continue one more block and turn right onto 24th. Go three blocks and turn left onto Johnson. Up Johnson another block and then bear right onto Westover and go up the hill another block. Continue up the Heron Haus driveway where Westover makes a sharp left
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Oregon Wine Country, Columbia River Gorge, Mount Hood, Oregon Coast 70 miles away, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, Library, Telephone, Videos , Two guest refrigerators, Microwave, Ice Machine, Ironing board and iron
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts
Pam and Carl Walker
Food, Travel, History, Hiking
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten-free, Vegan