Sunset Magazine recently proclaimed Chehalem Ridge B&B has "the most staggering views of wine country in the West. Period." Come find out for yourself! Perched on eight acres atop Chehalem Mountain overlooking the Willamette Valley and Coast Range, Chehalem Ridge Bed and Breakfast offers a peaceful retreat between adventures. Venturing down to the valley, over 45 wineries are within a 20 minute drive from the B&B. Wine tasting, balloon rides, fine dining and summer weekends at the drive-in barely touch upon the range of possibilities available in exploring the Willamette Valley in Yamhill County. The contemporary house reflects the spirit, history and character of Oregon in each of the four bedrooms, each with queen-sized beds and private bathrooms. A full, gourmet breakfast, which can accommodate specific food allergies, is included. Winner of BedandBreakfast's "Best in the West" 2009-10!
The private deck of the Oregon Coast Room has sweeping valley views toward the Coast Range with a heater for those chilly evenings or relax at the fireplace at bedside. Situated on the main floor, this room is easily accessed and has a barrier free shower.
With a white picket fence bed and crystal chandelier, this room is about romance and indulgence. The clawfoot tub in the attached bathroom is an invitation for relaxation. The private deck has sweeping valley views of vineyards, orchards and mountains.
The rustic log bed, updated with the finest mattress and linens, beckons with views of the night sky beyond the skylight. The jetted tub in the attached bathroom is ready to relax away the cares of the trail, or the rat race.
The High Desert Suite has a king bed, sitting area, large private deck with valley views and a private attached bathroom with a 2-person jetted tub/shower in it.
3.6 on July 19, 2014
What a gorgeous spot for a night (or two or three) in Oregon's wine country. Overlooking the valley below, visitors get an unspoiled view of one of the most beautiful parts of the state. Luckily each, if not most, rooms have a private terrace on which to enjoy the scenery any time. The owners are thoughtful--having heat lamps on each balcony, loads of resources on local attractions and happily meeting any dietary restrictions for breakfast. Freshly baked cookies and access to picnic containers are other ways in which the owners have exercised thought and a personal touch. While the room we stayed in was not huge, it's comfortable and well appointed. The food was good and I appreciated the two breakfast seatings--8:00 and 9:00. Overall, I'd recommend Chehalem Ridge to others who want to spend a weekend away in one Oregon's treasured parts of the state.
5 on July 13, 2014
We stayed in the High Desert room for 2 nights on a recent visit to Oregon wine country. The room was elegant with very nice touches at the B&B overall-free cold water whenever, dishes and silverware and a mini fridge for white wine storage in the common living room for in room/on balcony alfresco eating, great advice on wineries to visit. Great place and great experience.
4.2 on July 12, 2014
Chehalem Ridge B&B has the most magnificent location overlooking the beautiful Willamette Valley. We stayed 3 nights and were treated to the most outstanding gourmet breakfast served on the patio each morning. The house is spotlessly clean, beautifully appointed, and run very efficiently. We had access to a refrigerator and there were home baked cookies to snack on. .Kristin, the host, provided information about the area, even having local restaurant menus available. The area is gorgeous with lots to do and see. Highly recommend this B&B and also the area as a must to visit!
5 on July 11, 2014
We stayed for one night shortly after the July 4th holiday in the Wine Country room. Wow - what a view, comfy bed, and great restroom. The food was delicious and the property amazing. We will def. be back whenever we're back in Oregon wine areas!
4.8 on July 08, 2014
We stayed in the Desert Suite and it was even better than we could have imagined. With panoramic views of the valley from the comfort of bed or out on the deck, this place really is a perfect place to stay when visiting the Willamette Valley. If there weren't so many wineries to visit, we could have easily spent all day in our room enjoying the luxurious amenities. Jacuzzi tub, heated tile floors in the bathroom, bedside fireplace, huge comfortable bed...Don't even get us started on the amazing breakfasts that Kristin creatively imagined up for us and that Curt so expertly served. These were the best breakfasts of any place we ate on our entire time in Oregon. From the moment we arrived, we were made to feel right at home. Kristin greeted us with a map of the area and a handful of suggestions of wineries to visit while our room was being prepared. And that level of hospitality was apparent throughout our stay. If you're planning a trip to the Willamette Valley, this is the place to stay.
5 on July 08, 2014
This is a splendid Bed & Breakfast. The view from the hill/mountain top is dazzling and we were lucky enough to have breakfast on the porch to take it in. The breakfast food is different everyday and the type of 5 star restaurants in Los Angeles, New York, and Nashville. Just go ahead and book it.
2.8 on July 07, 2014
Beautiful B&B - the views are just amazing !! The room was small but extremely cute. The bathroom was big -shower had no power - just dripping away. Breaksfast on terrace was stunning - my husband however was hungry afterwards, Portions were ladylike and no afters offered Anytime again !!!! I cannot score Dining-it is a B&B afterall...
Thanks for taking time to review your stay with us. As we live and breathe hospitality, our goal is to meet our guests' expectations. It really, really bums me out when we don't. I can only guess which room you may stayed in, but rest assured, all our showers work great. If there was a momentary problem or difficulty understanding our shower, we would have loved to help so that you could enjoy your time with us. As for breakfast, most guests remark how they don't need lunch after our breakfasts of fresh baked goods, a local fruit dish and an entrée. I do so wish that when I asked if there was anything else I could get anybody, you would have spoken up. I'm sorry we did not meet your expectations and would have really loved to hear about these issues while you were here to have the chance to fix them and make your vacation the best.
4.4 on June 28, 2014
We selected this B&B because we had never tried one and we were looking for a location close to the Sherwood location of our family wedding. We were blown away by how much we loved the B&B experience and specifically the beauty of this particular location. The food was amazing as well!! We will definitely be back.
5 on June 24, 2014
I can not say enough about Chehalem Ridge Bed & Breakfast. I am telling all my family and friends that they need to stay here. First, the view is spectacular and the tranquility is wonderful. It is perfectly located, so close to Portland and Willamette Valley wineries. The house is gorgeous. Kristin, the Innkeeper, has thought of every detail to make her guests feel pampered and comfortable. The rooms are creatively decorated, the beds are comfy, and the common areas are inviting. And the best part of all is the breakfast; delicious, gourmet, made from scratch with local ingredients, and different every morning. I would live here if I could afford it! But staying here for a few nights will not break the bank.
4.8 on June 21, 2014
Had a wonderful 2 night stay at this lovely place in the wine country. Conveniently located just outside of Newburg, but remote enough to feel like you are really getting away from it all. Adored our private deck overlooking the lush valley. Every detail was carefully considered and things were extremely clean. Breakfast was a delicious treat with lots of homemade touches. Will definitely be back.
Countryside, Wine country
Portland, OR (PDX) 40 miles
Coming out of the airport, follow NE Airport Way to the on-ramp of I-205 South. Follow I-205 2.5 miles to I-84 West to Portland. Follow I-84 about 5.5 miles to I-5 South. Take Exit 294, (Hwy 99w, Tigard). Stay on Hwy 99w for about 11 miles. One quarter mile after passing mile marker 18, take a right onto Bell Rd. Turn left at the T, staying on Bell Rd. Follow Bell Rd to the second stop sign; take a slight right onto Mountain Top Rd. The B&B is about three-quarters of a mile on the left side.
Antique Shopping, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Vineyard, Winery
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Board games, DVD Player, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Golfing, Wine Tasting, Air & Space Museum, Shopping