An exceptional B&B on the National Register of Historic Places, this majestic 1906 Queen Anne Victorian mansion takes you to another time, another place. The seven guest rooms (all with private baths) are each unique and emanate Victorian charm. A delicious full breakfast is served every morning in the formal dining room, and light refreshments are available into the evening. Soft drinks, juice, and bottled water are complimentary. The rooms are air conditioned and equipped with telephones, cable TV, data ports, and free wireless internet. The Lion and the Rose is a great place to stay while discovering Portland or visiting family or friends who live here ... to make your business trip more of a pleasure ... to celebrate an anniversary or birthday ... to enjoy a relaxing, romantic get-away ... or to have your family and friends feel at home while visiting Portland. Located in Portland's Historic Irvington District, this exceptional B&B is convenient to the Lloyd Center, the Portland Convention Center, the Rose Garden arena and downtown Portland. Restaurants, shops, boutiques, theatres, and public transit are all within easy walking distance. The Lion and the Rose is proud to be listed in Best Places to Kiss, Best Places Northwest, Portland Best Places, Frommer's, and AAA. Come and enjoy!
Located on the 1st floor. Queen bed, large private bath en suite with Jacuzzi tub and separate shower; antique armoire and walk-in closet. Telephone. Cable T.V. Dataport. WiFi.
Grandma's room. King bed (or 2 twins), large private bath en suite with clawfoot soaking tub/shower; closet. Telephone. Cable T.V. Dataport. WiFi.
Large, lilght, bright and airy. King "Select Comfort" bed. Split bath en suite with marble shower. Armoire. Telephone. Cable T.V. Dataport. WiFi.
In colors of red and gold. Queen bed, private bath en suite with tiled shower; brass rack for hanging clothes. Telephone. Cable T.V. Dataport. WiFi.
In colors of forest green with brown and gold accents. Queen bed, private bath en suite with tiled shower; antique armoire. Telephone. Cable T.V. Dataport. WiFi.
Bright and cozy. King bed (or two twin beds), small private bath en suite with tiled shower; large walk-in closet. Telephone. Cable T.V. Dataport. WiFi.
A great room for a single traveler. Full size bed. Walk-in dressing closet. Large private bath across the hall with 6' clawfoot tub/shower.
5 on October 26, 2013
What a great place to stay. Close to everything. Wonderful room and bed, great breakfast and snacks available during the evening. These folks thought of everything, maps of the area, suggestions of things to do and see. Recommendations of local restaurant's etc. If you looking to stay in Portland you will not go wrong staying here.
5 on August 31, 2013
We were two sisters traveling to Portland for a relaxing summer getaway in the beautiful Northwest. We looked into a variety of accommodations, but after speaking on multiple occasions to the innkeepers at The Lion and the Rose, it was an easy decision to pick this beautiful Portland gem, which is nestled in a lovely historic neighborhood, just a stone's throw from Downtown. Traveling from the Inn to wherever we needed to go was a breeze with the easily accessible public transportation. Even before we made our decision to stay, the innkeepers were generous and helpful in providing guidance and information. This was just the beginning. Once we arrived, Dusty and Steve were there to greet us warmly, making us instantly feel like we had reached our home away from home. The inn was elegant yet cozy, with every amenity one would need. Once you've experienced the impossibly soft sheets, the elaborate breakfasts, the fresh-baked cookies, and the surrounding beauty viewed from the comfort of their porch swing, you may never want to leave. We've stayed in numerous B&B's, but what truly distinguished The Lion and the Rose was its owners. Their thoughtful, kind, and generous spirits remains our fondest memory of a wonderful vacation.
5 on August 17, 2013
We felt like we were among friends from the minute we stepped into the house. Everything was perfect, the place is lovely, the food was great, the innkeepers were friendly. I am a very fussy traveler and the Lion and the Rose was perfect in every way.
4.6 on August 06, 2013
We had great stay in this lovely home. The Victorian Apartment affords all the comforts of home and was perfect for our family of four. We were there for a full week and had everything we needed. Our hosts were generous and friendly and full of useful information about Portland and the surrounding area. I look forward to a return visit to the Lion and Rose.
4.8 on May 14, 2013
Everything a B&B should be. Well maintained by people who clearly love it. Friendly people, both staff and guests. The neighborhood is also quite lovely.
Convention Center, Irvington District, Lloyd Center, NE Broadway, NE Portland, Rose Garden Arena, City
Portland, OR (PDX) 10 miles
DRIVING FROM THE AIRPORT: Take Airport Way and follow the signs to Portland, I-205 South, then take Portland I-84 West. Take the Lloyd Blvd. exit (Exit 1). Bear right at the top of exit. Continue on 13th Ave. and turn right onto Multnomah. At the 2nd light turn left onto NE 16th. 16th will become 15th. Stay in the right lane and go straight on 15th acroos Weidler and Broadway. We are one block North of Broadway - the large blue Victorian on your right at the corner of NE 15th and NE Schuyler (pronounced "Sky-ler"). * * * TAKING THE "MAX" (LIGHT RAIL) FROM THE AIRPORT: Board the Max train in the station at the South end of the Airport terminal on the baggage claim level. Purchase an "All Zone" ticket for $1.55 at the ticket machines to your left just before you exit the Airport terminal. The ride will last aproximately 30 minutes. Exit the train at the Lloyd Center stop (this is the stop after NE 42nd Ave.). The train will be traveling West. As you exit the train you will be facing North. Immediately turn right and walk East roward the open air parking lot. At the end of the block turn left and walk North on NE 13th Ave. Turn right on Multnomah and walk East for one long block. When you see the large red Lloyd Center Cinema marquis on the your right, turn left onto the "street" that runs in front of Sears. Keep walking straight ahead and you will merge into NE 15th Ave. -- our street. Follow 15th Ave. North across Halsey, Weidler, and Broadway. We are one block North of Broadway - the large blue Victorian on your right at the NE corner of NE 15th and NE Schuyler (pronounced "Sky-ler").
Amusement Park, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, River, Winery, Zoo, Hiking trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Urban Inn
Copier, Fireplace, Library, VCR, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Computer, In-room internet, Desk, Fax Machine, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Steve, Dusty, and Russ
Steve - Computers and science fiction Dusty - Vitamins and movies Russ - Magic
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Carmelized French Toast
Thick and luscious - made with two tpes of fresh breads from our local bakery - drippig with carmel - accompanied by seasonal baked fruit.