Brand-new, luxury country inn. 5-acre property. Magnificent setting on the Mckenzie River, only 8 miles from downtown Eugene or I-5. Serene, relaxing atmosphere. Five spacious, premium, accessible guest rooms. All king beds. Elevator. Delicious food. Cooking school. Local wine-tasting. A haven for bicyclists, fishermen, painters, bird-watchers or anyone just wanting a perfect getaway.
5 on July 26, 2014
On short notice, my wife and I planned a short trip to Eugene, OR to get a feel for the area as we search for that ultimate retirement location. Wouldn't you know, we picked the week of both the NCAA Track and Field Championships and graduation at the University of Oregon. But luck was on our side as we were able to get the last remaining room at McKenzie Orchards. What a Find! You can tell this is a home built to be a B&B and not a home converted to a B&B. Every detail is designed with the guest in mind, from the gentle rise of the stairs, to the convenience of an elevator, to the strategically placed outlets for the oh so necessary charging of gadgets, to the layout and location of the rooms so that you feel as if you are the only guest at the Inn. To say the food was very good is an understatement. Tom handmakes the breads and pastries from scratch every morning with something new each day. They even make their own jams/jellies from the fruits grown in their orchards. And while you eat in the spacious common area, you are treated to the works of local artists which hang throughout the Inn. As a matter of fact, we loved one so much it is now hanging in our home as a constant reminder of how special our stay was at this scenic and classy location. As for our hosts, Tom and Karen were the perfect mix of cordiality and helpfulness without being overwhelming. Want directions to anyplace, they get it for you with background info on your destination. If you want company as you feast on their great food and wine, you can't ask for better than these two. Intelligent, witty and very unassuming. Add to all of the above the stunningly beautiful and peaceful location and the convenience of being within a few minutes of Eugene, and you have the perfect formula for a fun, relaxing and memorable travel experience. I repeat….What a Find! David and Patti Smith Altadena, CA
4.8 on June 23, 2014
We originally discovered McKenzie Orchards while searching for a dog-friendly BnB near Eugene while our son was attending UO. Although this is a few miles out from campus, the setting is lovely and the property is wonderful. We enjoyed our stays there so much that we booked the entire property (more than a year in advance) for our son's UO graduation this June. We had family members driving in and flying in from all over the country for the event. Karen and Tom went way above and beyond the call of duty to host all of us for a memorable weekend, including catered meals for as many as 22 (more than just our overnight guests). Although our son has now graduated and left the area, we will find an excuse to head up that way again, to a place we now think of as one of many homes away from home.
5 on July 22, 2013
Karen and Tom were our host and hostess on the final night of our high school girlfriend reunion. It took some convincing to let us rent the guest cottage for one night, but they finally agreed. My four closest friends and I were exhausted from our travels through Oregon upon arrival at McKenzie Orchards B&B. We were also awe struck at the beauty of Oregon, but our final night in the guest cottage was the topper. We were able to sit out on the second floor veranda overlooking the McKenzie River and backdrop of mountains to the west while we enjoyed our last night close friendship while laughing and joking. All I can say is thank you Karen and Tom for helping me to give my friends one of the best memories we have made together. God Bless and God Speed.
5 on April 30, 2013
What a find! The location of this B&B is absolutely beautiful, and the accommodations are upscale, comfortable and very reasonable. We are pissy travelers, and are too often disappointed with properties that are overpriced or otherwise are not as advertised. Not so with MacKenzie Orchards! If you are prone to dog-cations like we are, this B&B could not be more perfect with a couple of rooms that have easy access to the outdoors, and a huge field/meadow where the dogs can romp, play and run. We plan to visit Eugene more often now that we’ve found MacKenzie.
5 on January 23, 2013
The McKenzie Orchards B&B is a delightful, relaxing get-away. I really loved soaking in the jacquzzi. We spent 3 days at the B&B, and supprised our hosts with an impromptu family party on Friday night. The Reid's were gracious and made everyone feel welcome and at home. If we are ever anywhere nearby, we will defineitly book another stay.
5 on October 02, 2012
More pluses to this place than the brochure states! Owners have thought this place out and attention to detail makes the stay great.
5 on September 29, 2012
We had an extraordinary weekend at the McKenzie Orchards B&B. Our room was beautiful, spacious and had all the comforts of home, plus a wonderful patio and view of the property. We were treated to a leisurely, sumptuous breakfast each morning, prepared with many homegrown fruits and vegetables. The hosts were very attentive to all of our needs. We will be returning next spring and plan to stay at the B&B again. Our highest recommendation to anyone looking for a quiet and pampered get-away.
5 on July 20, 2012
My husband and I stayed at McKenzie Orchards in July 2012 touring wineries. Our room, on the first floor, was roomy enough for additional people. The bathroom was large also. It was peaceful and comfortable. The next morning we were treated to a fritata made by Tom that was delicious. They also recommended a great Italian restaurant for dinner.
5 on May 16, 2012
We stayed at the McKenzie Orchards B&B while we were in Eugene for a bike ride fundraiser for a local non-profit organization. A very bike friendly place, and happened to be right on our bike route. We loved the calming, open, airy ambiance of the very modern house and grounds and clean, simple but extremely comfortable and aesthetic appeal of the large, beautiful rooms. The food was fun, delicious and filling, we were lucky enough to have breakfast and dinner on Saturday which was a special treat, as Karen and Tom are excellent culinary artists and made us a fresh, mouthwatering dinner that was the perfect way to celebrate spring and end a long day playing in the sun! If we return to Eugene for a weekend getaway we hope we can get a room at this lovely B&B again!
5 on December 07, 2011
This is the second time that my wife and I have stayed at the McKenzie Orchards Bed and Breakfast and the results were the same both times- Outstanding. Our first trip was for a long weekend while the owners were in Europe and the Inn Keeper was fantastic in her hospitality as well as cooking some unbelievable gourmet breakfasts. Our second trip was this last weekend and the owners, Karen and Tom had returned from Europe. They were as wonderful as Sherry the Innkeeper. The rooms are huge and have a sitting area as well as a spacious bathroom. The inn living room is large, warm and picturesque. The B and B is right off of the McKenzie River and the view of the river from the living room makes for a wonderful sight in the mornings and evenings. I would highly recommend the McKenzie Orchard B and B. My only concern being that a lot of people will be wanting to stay there as I cherish my quiet time. Thanks Karen and Tom, it is our pleasure to stay at your wonderful home.
Eugene, OR (EUG-Mahlon Sweet Field) 15 miles
Follow airport signs for Eugene. Get on Beltline Hwy eastbound. Take Coburg Rd. exit. Turn left (north at end of offramp). Go north approximately 3 miles and turn right on McKenzie View Dr. immediately after iron bridge (freeway is above you on the right). Go 4.1 miles. The inn is on your right (river side).
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, University of Oregon, river rafting, golf, walking, hiking and cycling, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wet bar , 24-hour coffee/tea/hot chocolate service, pet friendly rooms, guest refrigerator and microwave, meeting room, river access, elevator
Air conditioning, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Private entrance, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Kayaking, bocce ball, walking paths, special cooking events, Sight-seeing, Whitewater Rafting
Karen and Tom Reid
The Reids love to entertain. They are gourmet cooks, cooking teachers and vegetable gardeners. Tom is a home brewmaster. The Reids also co-wrote and published a crime caper novel, and have a board game on the market.