Nestled in the Deer Creek Valley, the C.H. Bailey House is a historic farmhouse built in 1909 by Dr. Clarence H. Bailey. Surrounded by rolling hills, pastures, and a 50 acre Christmas tree farm, you will find many scenic places. Come relax with a book, star gaze, bird watch or soak in the hot tub. Or, maybe you’re looking for adventure. Hike to a local waterfall, white water raft, mountain bike the North Umpqua Trail, take a guided fishing trip, wine taste, go antiquing or golfing. It is all close by.
The Bailey Room is our largest room featuring a king size bed, a fireplace, 2 wing back chairs, a writing desk, and a clawfoot tub in the bathroom. Satellite TV, a DVD player, and wi-fi add to this room's amenities.
The Umpqua Suite features a queen size bed with a coronet, a separate sitting room with country views and a private bathroom with a shower. The suite offers a flat screen TV with satellite and DVD, and wi-fi.
The Conleycott Room is our most economical room but doesn't skimp on comfort. The room has a king size bed, two chairs for guests to relax with a book, a writing desk, large bathroom with walk-in shower, and wi-fi. No tv.
The Melton Suite is our most popular room for the views from its private sitting area. This bedroom has a queen size canopy bed, a private bathroom with walk-in shower, a writing desk and a flat screen TV with satellite and DVD, and wi-fi.
4.8 on December 03, 2013
First time B&B but amazed at how wonderful it was! Definitely plan to stay here again in the future
5 on November 26, 2013
We were on a week long trip from the San Francisco Bay Area to Silverton, Oregon. We decided to go up the coast via Eureka and I didn't know where to stay on our second stop. I was thinking about Grants Pass, but didn't want us to stay in a typical hotel/motel. I did a search for places to stay enroute and found this gem online. The C.H. Bailey house brought nothing but smiles to my wife's face. It's located about 5-10 miles off highway 5 near Roseburg in the countryside. Sherry was warm and friendly. The room was not only clean, but decorated very tastefully. Our room had a small seating area overlooking the front yard with a view of the country side through which we had driven. The two oversized chairs were so comfortable and we read and rested our weary bones after the 5-6 hour ride. This was so much better than the typical hard chairs at a wooden table in a hotel room. Just not having to walk through those long boring hotel hallways was a treat. There was a small fridge in the hallway containing sodas, water and frozen treats. Sherrie made sure there was a pot of coffee ready for the tenants at 6:30 in the morning. On the wall was a little chalkboard where we signed up for a breakfast time. The breakfast was a delicious surprise which exposed me to some things I never would've experienced had I ordered off a typical hotel menu. The grounds were very interesting. There was beer in the barn and wine in the house. I wish we could've stayed longer to play bocce ball, horse shoes, or just wandered the grounds. We'll have to do that on our next stay... I'll be sure to mention the C.H. Bailey house to my friend whose daughter attends OSU. It'll be a nice break for him on his 10 hr. trip. Ralph de Vries
4.6 on November 17, 2013
Lovely rooms & grounds with exceptional hospitality & service. We look forward to going back.
Thank you for your kind review. Cheers!
5 on November 13, 2013
Thank you so much for your amazing hospitality! We had a wonderful time and enjoyed the room, house and property. The breakfast was absolutely amazing!! We look forward to visiting again soon. We will most definitely recommend this to all of our friends.
Thank you for your great review. We'll look forward to your return. Cheers!
4.2 on October 28, 2013
This was the quietest and most nicely situated of any of the B & Bs we stayed in during our recent vacation. They are about 10 miles out of town, so you need to give yourself a little extra time if you are going to go out for dinner before retiring for the night. The bed was very comfortable. The bedside tables accommodated our CPAP equipment (hubby and I both have sleep apnea and must use CPAP). There was a fabulous red barn housing an antique car. The host and hostess are as sweet as could be. Breakfast was truly spectacular, but, unfortunately, was not tailored to the needs of a diabetic, though I had communicated my needs ahead of time. Breakfast supplied less than 12 grams of protein, practically no fat and was heavy on the carbs. Had I eaten freely, I would have enjoyed 30 grams of carbohydrate in the fruit juice that was offered (8oz.), 25 grams of carbohydrate in the half-baked apple with granola on top, plus another 45 grams of carbohydrate in the coffee cake for a grand total of 100 grams of carbohydrate. There was no meat. The egg and cheese soufflé, though delicious and flavored with herbs from the garden outside our bedroom window, probably supplied less than 12 grams of protein. I struggled to keep my carb intake under my allowed 30 grams and apparently did not succeed because my BG levels soared into the 180s following breakfast. Not good...but, really, and to their credit, not a lot of folks even know how much carbohydrate is in the foods they eat or offer to others Even fewer understand how to manage diabetes. Sherry and Jay are forgiven...they are great hosts and this is a lovely place! I'll bring my jerky and string cheese down to breakfast next time. Four stars for this one. They will get five if they ever figure out diabetes.
Thank you for your review. We apologize for failing to accomodate your diabetic needs. We hope you won't hesitate to try us again, and we promise to do much better. Cheers!
Countryside, Ranch, Wine country
Eugene, OR (EUG-Mahlon Sweet Field) 70 miles
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Wildlife Safari, Umpqua River, Bird Watching, Wine Tasting, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Darts, Foosball, Sight-seeing, Table Tennis
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Piano, Telephone, Videos, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Sherry & Jay Couron
1 Cat , 2 Dogs
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian