The Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast is located on 40 acres of nature at its best. The owners, Mark and Beth Lanzarotta had a dream and now they want to offer up their dream to you. With bulldozer underfoot they carved out a road to the spot where they built their house. With 3 magnificent rooms for guests and now they invite you to come and share their dream. Bed and Breakfast indeed, but in luxurious rooms attached to their house. You have all the privacy of a hotel plus the accommodations of a 4 star breakfast room. Your living quarters are like living in a tree house with a multiple star rating.
5 on September 23, 2016
Wonderful place to stay!!! We left there feeling like family, instead of strangers. Mark & Beth served the most awesome breakfasts and the rooms are so clean & comfortable!! If you want to feel spoiled, stay here!!!!! You'll love the place & them!!
5 on September 23, 2016
Mark and Beth have built a marvelous home. Beautiful design and most comfortable. And you could not find better hosts! They really made us feel at home and the breakfasts that Mark created were second to none.
5 on September 22, 2016
My wife and I spent a few nights on our 20th Anniversary at the B&B that was more like a home with relaxation, serenity and tour guide (the dog) for our daily hikes. It was close enough to UO to visit our son who was moving in to his apartment. Yet, it was secluded and insulated from the hustle & bustle. Great hosts that made us feel a part of their home. We will stay there often when visiting throughout the year.
5 on September 19, 2016
Each breakfast was a culinary delight! Mark and Beth could not be more welcoming. The place was every bit as beautiful as it looked in the pictures!
5 on September 16, 2016
Wonderful host, beautiful house, stunning forest surroundings. Mark, our host was so gracious and accommodating. He brought us veggies from his garden to snack on while we absorbed the fresh forest scents. The entire surrounding area is ideal if you enjoy winneries. The house highlights many of the hand crafted skills Mark and Beth have mastered. A great stay. Don't miss out.
4.8 on September 16, 2016
Mark and Beth are terrific host and hostess. The rooms are smart for the space. If you look around at all the details that are handmade it's like the Disney World of the northwest! The peace and quiet are unbelievable, if the sounds of nature don't bother you. My wife was so intrigued by the logging around the area , Mark and his friend are experts and explained at length the process with her. She even got to see logging trucks on the property and try on the logging gear, she loved it. Mark and Beth make you feel like your home, breakfast was prepared by Mark and was fabulous. Our recommendation is to dine at King Estates winery, although on the expensive side it was excellent food and the surroundings were even better. Make sure ,I know it seems unusual , but visit the reconditioned 1800's cemetery on property, makes you think.. Lanzarotta's is.Highly recommended , we will be back to see Beth and Mark!
5 on September 12, 2016
What a wonderful and unique place to spend your Oregon vacation. The innkeepers, Mark and Beth, couldn't be nicer and the breakfasts are outstanding. Be sure to spend some time outside after dark looking at all the stars and enjoying the peace and quiet.
5 on August 29, 2016
We spent one night at Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast and had the most wonderful experience. The room is beautiful with wood and incredible craftsmanship. The hosts are warm and fun! And the breakfast in the morning is delicious. Because of the wood setting it is quiet, peaceful, and completely restoring. I recommend this place to anyone desiring a delightful nature experience!
5 on August 24, 2016
Mark & Beth were extremely friendly and welcoming. Enjoyed our night in the woods. The natural wood they used in their building and landscaping is absolutely gorgeous. Breakfast was fabulous!
5 on August 22, 2016
My husband and I stayed at Lanzarotta B&B just outside of Eugene on a two week road trip to check out Oregon. I usually don't review, but this place is AMAZING! We stayed in the beautiful "Yew Suite". The detail of the room and the beauty of nature pouring in through the abundant windows was magical. Mark and Beth are lovely people who you can tell, love running a B&B! Breakfast was wonderful as were conversations about the area. It was definitely the highlight of our trip!!! Thanks Mark and Beth!
Doug Fir room is accentuated with timber that was salvaged from and milled at the saw mill located right on the property. Warm tones comfortable decor, and daylight streaming from the oversized windows will give you the rest and peace found only commune with with nature.A truly wonderful feature of this room is that it is completely wheelchair-accessible. The beautiful tiled shower and toilet area is very roomy and has a no-step entrance. The vanity is specifically desighned to accommodate a wheelchair. Sleep on a queen-sized bed, satellite TV and Wi-Fi avalable.
The CEDAR Room is decorated withthe most beautiful red cedar you will ever see. the room adjoins a lovely patio for relaxing and watching forest wildlife. The Cedar room is perfect for reading a good book or spending some quiet time while planning your next day's hiking adventures or a tour of the nearby vineyards. Queen sized bed, satellite TV, Wi-Fi. Private bath w/ walk in shower.
The yew Suite is the most sought-after room. For a romantic get away or resting stop between vineyard tours, you will have everything you need with its large kitchen, comfortable sitting area, cozy TempurPedic king-size bed, and surrounding decks with exquisite views of the forest. This large second-story suite features handcrafted Yew wood that was salvaged from the millled on property. Private bath features a spacious double-sized, tiled shower with a skylight and unique wood details throughout.
University of Oregon, King Estate Winery, Chateau Lorane Winery, Sweet Cheeks Winery, Silvan Ridge Winery, Airport, Countryside, Wine country
Eugene, OR (EUG-Mahlon Sweet Field) 25 miles
I-5 to exit 182. Creswell, Oregon, go West, 10.5 miles on Oregon Ave,threw town, Oregon Ave. becomes Camas Swale Rd and Camas Swale Rd, becomes Hamm Rd.,drive way is on the right.29179 Hamm Rd. Up the driveway .5 miles. Don't stop until you are at the top.
Gourmet/Fine Dining, Picnic area, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, Fax Machine
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, wine tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Mark and Beth Lanzarotta
We are living our American Dream. We have worked hard,Beth work for Safeway, 27 years, Mark a semi-retired Forester. We have built a rustic timber framed addition,so we can follow our dreams of 27 years.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Baked Pecan Caramel French Toast
A baked french toast, has a layer of caramel and pecan, cinnamon swirl bread with an egg custard baked threw. A little maple syrup on top, sets it off for a delightful breakfast.