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 eight 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. Come and enjoy!
4.6 on February 09, 2017
The common areas were beautiful and had to take pictures to share with friends. Always wanted to stay in a B&B like this and so glad I picked this one. Unfortunately my stay was when Portland got snow so was unable to explore the area close by on foot, but did go to a restaurant recommended by staff and had the best fried oysters I have ever had at a reasonable price. Staff very friendly and helpful.
3.8 on February 09, 2017
Stayed here for six nights at the beginning of February. Hosts and staff are great. There are some good restaurants near by and Light Rail is about 6 or 7 blocks from there.
3.2 on February 03, 2017
Our Garden room was warm and inviting. My husband who got sick was comfortable in bed most of the week. We loved the location. It is within easy reach in the city. Even public transport is just around the corner. We will return in season and enjoy the full breakfast which in January was not the case but there was ample food available in the kitchen at all times.
3.8 on January 22, 2017
We were looking for a quick relaxing get away during the snowstorm. Enjoyed the history of this delightful place.
4.6 on January 21, 2017
The Lion and Rose is such a beautiful place to stay that every detail enchanted our experience. We thoroughly enjoyed our brief, but memorable stay. The view from the turret in our room (The Lavonne) left for a breathtaking evening of watching passers by, the wind through the trees, and the full moon illuminating the night. We look forward to staying there again, and would recommend the place to all our friends.
5 on January 18, 2017
First, this house is absolutely gorgeous! We were awed by the architecture and the decor. Second, our hostess (the owners were out of town) was extremely helpful and gracious. Third, it was immaculately clean. Fourth, it's location is very convenient and super close to a great restaurants and coffee places—even a vegan restaurant that was truly wonderful. Our only regret is that our trip was extremely short and we were only there for a one night stay. But we will definitely be back when we're back in Portland—hopefully soon!
3.8 on January 10, 2017
This is a charming and well-run BnB. It is within walking distance of several good restaurants and it is on a major bus route to downtown and/or the Max train. During our stay in January, the owners were away on vacation so the "second string" team presided over our stay. We were disappointed that there was no breakfast served, but a continental service was provided. The only discomfort I experienced was the fact that the walls are paper thin and you can hear people talking in the next room. That said, I would gladly book another stay.
4.6 on January 09, 2017
I booked myself for a stay over Christmas Eve, since I wasn't visiting family until after Christmas. It was a perfect plan, to keep from feeling sad and lonely! I walked up and down Broadway (the street one block south) and shopped in boutiques and stores like Kitchen Kaboodle. I took a long bubble bath with lavender scented bubbles supplied by Lion and Rose. I walked to a Christmas Eve service in a nearby church, then slept well. They gave me late-late checkout on Christmas, so I was able to stay until the dinner I'd been invited to (plus I had early check in). So the staff went out of its way to accommodate me. In the winter, the B&B offers a wide variety of options for self-serve breakfast. Fine, but nothing to rave about. Actually, probably healthier . . .! I will go back to the Lion and Rose if I have a chance. Definitely.
4.6 on January 07, 2017
The Lion and the Rose is charming. Clean and comfortable. The staff is friendly and helpful. The location is awesome. I will stay here again as well as recommend it to family and friends.
3.6 on December 28, 2016
This is a lovely historic Queen Anne mansion in a convenient location in Northeast Portland. My only knock on our experience is that breakfast was self-serve cereal and toast. I would have expected and appreciated a hot breakfast served by staff.
We are sorry that breakfast did not meet your expectations. During the Summer and Fall (from May - October) we offer our Bed & Breakfast Service and do serve an optional full plated breakfast. However, during the Winter and Spring (from November - April) we offer our Guest House service with a complimentary continental breakfast. This is described in detail on our websie.
Wonderful shades of green and soft rose make for a warm and comfortable atmosphere. King Bed (or 2 Twin Beds with $20 set-up charge). Large Private Bath with Clawfoot Soaking Tub/Shower; closet. Free cable TV, long-distance, wifi and on-street parking.
The rich tones of burgundy and gold invite you to enter another time and place. Four poster Queen bed, private bath en suite with tiled shower; brass rack for hanging clothes. Free cable TV, long-distance, wifi and on-street parking.
Plush shades of plum, green, and dusty rose envelope all who enters. Four poster Queen bed, large private bath en suite with a modern soaking tub and separate shower; antique armoire and walk-in closet. Free cable TV, long-distance, wifi and on-street parking.
Rich shades of hunter green, burgundy and gold complement the circa 1860 high back Edwardian bed and matching accessories. Queen bed, private bath en suite with tiled shower; antique armoire. Free cable TV, long-distance, wifi and on-street parking.
Can be 1-bedroom (600 sq. st.) or 2-bedrooms (900 sq. ft.). The Victorian Apartment can sleep up to 6 guests, including children. Private entrance. Kitchenette with fridge, microwave and dining area. Free cable TV, long-distance, wifi and on-street parking. Standard service inlcludes lite-housekeeping daily.
Our smallest room with our largest pirvate bath across the hall. Queen size bed and walk-in dressing closet. Spacious bath with 6' long clawfoot soaking tub/shower and built-in window seat. Free cable TV, long-distance, wifi and on-street parking.
Shades of pink, mint and bright white welcome you to this alluring space. King Bed (or 2 Twin Beds with $20 set-up charge), Small private bath en suite with Tiled Shower; large walk-in closet. Free cable TV, long-distance, wifi and on-street parking.
NE Portland, Irvington District, Lloyd Center, Convention Center, Rose Garden Arena, NE Broadway, City
Portland, OR (PDX) 10 miles
DRIVING ON I-5 NORTH OR SOUTH: Take the Rose Quarter exit (Exit 302-A). Turn onto Weidler and continue East to NE 15th.Ave. Turn left on NE 15th. Go straight on NE 15th and go across Broadway. We are one block North of Broadway - the large blue Vicorian on your right at the corner of NE 15th and NE Schuyler (pronounced "Sky-ler"). * * * DRIVING ON I-205 NORTH OR SOUTH: From I-205, take Portland I-84 West. Take the Lloyd Blvd. exit (Exit 1). As you exit, keep to the right and turn onto 13th Ave. Go one block North (toward the Lloyd Center Mall) and turn right onto Multnomah. At the 2nd stop light turn left onto NE 16th. Ave. 16th will become 15th. Stay in the right lane and go straight on NE 15th across Weidler and Broadway. We are one block North of Broadway - the large blue Vicorian on your right at the 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
Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn, Historic Inn
Copier, Fireplace, Library, VCR, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Computer, Desk, Fax Machine, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Hiking trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Full = May - Oct. / Continental = Nov. - Apr.
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.