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McKenzie River Inn B&B and Cabins
49164 McKenzie Hwy
Vida, OR 97488-9710
USA
Phone: +1--5418226260

Bert de Klerk

Dutch, German

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Atrium Suite, $165/night
The perfect choice for the bride and groom, a romantic getaway or perhaps a company function. A light, airy suite that sweeps thirty feet to the waters edge. Queen-size bed, kitchen, jacuzzi, comfortable wicker seating, hide-a-bed. Includes a 27 inch cable television with a DVD player and a VCR. $165.00 per night, double occupancy, $7.00 each additional guest, breakfast available upon request for additional $8.50, handicap friendly, sleeps four, full kitchen.Romantic Suite, $125 / night 
 Guests enjoy the same charm as when the Inn was constructed in the 1930's. The Romantic Suite features a one-hundred year-old bed, private bath and a secluded romantic atmosphere, as well as a view of the river. $125.00 per night, double occupancy, $15.00 each additional guest, includes breakfast, Sleeps three.
Just before we remodeled the Westroom bath we stumbled upon this faucet from a Victorian house of 1883 in Portland in one of the hardware stores dealing in antiquities.The breathtaking white cascades of Sahalie and Koosah Falls are located 32 miles upstream from the McKenzie River Inn on Highway 126. The two waterfalls are connected by a loop trail, which also connects to the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail. The Sahlie Falls viewpoint is wheelchair accessible.
Clear Lake is fed by snow run-off that passes through miles of volcanic rock, coming into the lake virtually pure. It is estimated  that it takes about ten years for the snow and glacier water from the Sisters to percolate through the volcanic rock to perk up in Clear Lake as springs. And being a few degrees above freezing, it doesn't harbor much in the way of algae. A hike around the north end of the lake brings you to this treasure: Great Springs, where the clear water just flows out of the rock, to the delight of the butterflies that land there to drink.The breathtaking white cascades of Sahalie and Koosah Falls are located 32 miles upstream of the McKenzie River Inn on Highway 126. The two waterfalls are connected by a loop trail, which also connects to the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail. The Sahlie Falls viewpoint is wheelchair accessible.
The West room is located on the second floor with a colonial King size bed and mattress so comfortable that you want to sleep in every day.With this river view watch water go by from the West room's jacuzzi and imagine that time might only be an illusion.
The East room with its million dollar river view has been a favorite among many guests.The River Otter cabin is a double story cabin with private deck and two bathrooms and full size kitchen. All you have to do is bring your food and clothes, everything else is taken care of to ensure a relaxing time.
Upstairs in the River Otter Cabin you can sleep well in this queen size bed and cozy atmosphere.In front of the Lodge our patio has become a gathering place for guests for the panoramic view of the river, wedding receptions, family reunions and musicians entertaining  audiences and is the premium location for Rolling Bay Winery for our annual wine tasting in conjuncture with the Oregon Lavender festival.
Our sunroom/library is stacked with movies and games for you to use. It doubles as a tranquil spot to watch the river or have breakfast and have a conversation with other guests or innkeeper.