5 on January 11, 2016
Mitsi, we can't thank you enough for the absolutely PERFECT accommodations for our weekend... You truly made it possible for me to come be in town to see my husband and get to spend some much needed time and space to take care of me... THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU FOR YOUR BEAUTIFUL B&B AND YOUR WONDERFUL HOSPITALITY!!! Sheila P. 1.11.16
5 on October 19, 2015
The Willows and Mitzi were a perfect choice for our first trip to the beautiful Williamette wine country. Extremely comfortable and accommodating with the entire second floor, small kitchen, huge bedroom and relaxing sun porch at our disposal. We almost forgot to stick to our wine tasting schedule when we were served breakfast on the sun porch as we relaxed and took in the view. The only problem is that now we need to come up with another excuse to travel back to the valley so we can stay at the Willows. Thank you Mitzi! Steve & Debbie
4.8 on May 19, 2015
I stayed with 3 female friends in the suite and East room. While the inn is small (only the two bedrooms), the accommodations were spacious, clean and very comfortable. Mitsi has done her best to think of everything you might need and the bathroom is well-stocked with toiletries, and would check with us to see if there was anything else she could do to make our stay more enjoyable. Loved the heated bathroom floor! Breakfasts were ample and delicious with special touches like lavender honey for our fruit cups and she surprised us with fresh baked cookies one afternoon. The house is in a quiet residential neighborhood, a little off the beaten path with lovely flowers in bloom around the yard. The backyard patio looked like a wonderful place to relax and share a bottle of local wine but unfortunately the weather didn't cooperate. Mitsi is a wonderful hostess and this is a lovely place to stay for Willamette area visitors.
5 on July 14, 2014
We were traveling through Oregon and based on a quick online search, this seemed to be an okay place to stay. Ha! What an understatement! The Willows is blissful and private; the setting is serene, the décor is stylish yet relaxed, the bed is so comfortable, everything is spotless, and you will find special touches of comfort everywhere you turn. Breakfast was scrumptious; Mitsi makes amazing blackberry scones! We showed up with no expectations and left with so much appreciation. Perfection! You will LOVE this place!
5 on September 13, 2013
When we walked into the suite, we were amazed by the care and detail that went into the design of this lovely suite. The grounds were peaceful (crickets at night), the food fantastic, the hostess, Mitsi, was gracious. We had the most fantastic time at our wedding, and then coming back to a peaceful, spa-like retreat was exactly what we needed. I can't recommend this B&B highly enough. We will definitely go back.
5 on September 01, 2013
We were looking for a comfortable spot in Willamette wine country in mid-August, and boy did this fit the bill! The master bedroom upstairs is spacious, and comfortably furnished, so guests can spread out and kick back. Private breakfast was served in the charming upstairs sun room amid books, pamphlets, and wine tasting room coupons. And oh my goodness, what breakfasts! Mitsi creates an amazing array of breakfast treats in portions that would satisfy the hungriest athlete. The open area at the top of the stairs was equipped with kitchen equipment including a refrigerator, coffee maker, and wine glasses, so that we felt right at home. We loved it - we'll be back!
5 on August 27, 2013
I have never stayed in a more perfect place in my life. Five girlfriends from high school stayed together and it was gorgeous. Don't judge it by the outside neighborhood - this place is fabulous.
5 on July 13, 2013
Wow....what a great experience. Such a beautiful place in such a great location with outstanding views and superb comfort. Every detail is thoughtful and makes your stay special and caring......so wonderful. I have stayed in many B & B's before and travel quite often, and must say that this experience at The Willow's was very special and appreciated.
5 on December 21, 2012
My boyfriend chose to propose at the Willows during a weekend getaway - and he couldn't have made a more perfect choice. Mitsi took care of everything: flowers, candles, music, and made the most amazing breakfasts! The rooms were beautiful, with every detail thoughtfully and carefully prepared for us - the perfect combination of elegance and comfort, with plenty of space and full of light. By the end of the weekend, the suite felt like home - and I'll always remember what a very special weekend we had at the Willows! I'm so happy that we found such a wonderful place to start our engagement. We're looking forward to staying again on future trips to wine country!
5 on October 21, 2012
We had the delightful chance to stay at The Willows last month and could not have been happier! Mitsi is a wonderful host and an even better cook! Goodness, we were stuff every morning with amazing food. We even asked for her baked french toast recipe, it was soo good! My wife and I loved the master suite - so big! Lots of room for lounging about and admiring the great views. One feature we really appreciated was having the extra room. We brought along my wife's best friend for wine tasting and she also had a fabulous room of her own. This would be perfect for two couples wanting to do some wine tasting. The bathroom was spectacular - I've been told that we now need to remodel our bathroom and add heated tile floors. The walk-in shower is huge and the claw-foot tub even.. huger! Loved it and can't wait until our next visit.
5 on August 25, 2012
The Willows is a great match for Oregon's lush Willamette Valley...a bit rural, a bit of luxury, fresh, comfortable, inviting! We live in Oregon, but escape regularly to Dundee area wine country. This was our first stay at The Willows and we will return. Accommodations would be quite comfortable for 2 couples. You share a bath, but there's access from both bedrooms off of a common area. Breakfast is delivered to your room and it's wonderful! And hurray, great light for reading in bed too!
5 on August 11, 2012
My wife and I made the relatively short trip up to Newberg from Eugene for our first wedding anniversary towards the end of July 2012. We considered a few other places before agreeing on the Willows based on the good reviews and the pictures of the Northwest Suite, where we stayed. The bedroom was quite large and set up with many different places to read, nap or watch the Olympics. The rest of the suite was beautiful and clean, with a large, beautifully finished bathroom, and a nice dining space with cards and board games and plenty of information about what to do in and around Newberg. The breakfasts were simply delicious, each day with a different main dish accompanied with large amounts of fresh fruit and juice. The location was perfect, as it is only about a 20 minute walk to the center of town in a quite part of town. We walked over to the Old Fashioned Festival, which ended with fireworks, capping off a great weekend. Mitsi was a wonderful host, and if we get the chance to come back to Newberg, we know where we will be staying! -Justin + Emma
5 on June 08, 2012
A fantastic place to stay in Willamette Valley Wine country. Everything is exactly as pictured on the website--spotlessly clean and delicious breakfast too. We booked both rooms (one luxurious spa like bath & shower to share) and it was very much like having a mini-apartment for our stay. Mitsi went out of her way to make Gluten-free breakfast items for me and also accommodated the rest of my family with tasty homemade goodies. When we decided out of the blue to hit the local drive in movie theater (the oldest still running one in OR) she was quick to help us with lawn chairs, blankets and get us on our way. We were also fortunate enough to be able to book some babysitting as well so we could enjoy some adults only wine tasting. I would most certainly stay here again when I return to Willamette Valley!
4.8 on July 19, 2011
We were fortunate to stumble onto this newly opened B&B last month while driving from San Francisco to Canada. We had not made any advance reservations but the innkeeper very graciously accommodated our very late night call for accommodations and arrival. The suite is beyond spacious; larger and more room than some 1 bdr apartments; it’s furnished in a very inviting and comfortable manner. King size bed is very comfortable! The bathroom is WOW; a walk-in tiled shower, stand alone LARGE, claw foot tub, heated tile floor and all the amenities you didn’t need to bring from home. The innkeeper was very friendly, knowledgeable about the area and just the right mix of being available but not intrusive; yet she went out of her way to make us comfortable. We travel frequently and prefer B&B, pension and auberge stays over hotel/motel accommodations. The Willows does not do the standard communal breakfast and we were delighted to be able to enjoy the breakfast on our schedule. My husband is a flexitarian and Mitsi served him a meatless quiche while I had the classic Lorraine. Local berries, homemade scones and unlimited coffee/tea in the suite’s kitchen area rounded out one of our breakfasts. During our 3 day stay we had a chance to tour a number of the close by wineries and returned late afternoons to enjoy our purchases on the terrace-where Mitsi offered to and provided some lovely cheeses and fruits. This stay was an totally unexpected pleasure and when we travel through this way again, we look forward to a return visit. Emily and Jean-Claude
4.6 on June 19, 2011
We spent two nights at The Willows. The room was spacious and spotless. The innkeeper was knowledgeable. She went out of her way to make to help with restaurant ideas. The breakfast was simple and plentiful. Nice patio area.