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10 Luxurious Overnight Stays in Oregon Wine Country

By Matt Wastradowski

After a day of tasting at some of the Willamette Valley’s best, most beautiful wineries, chances are good you’ll want to unwind with a comfortable overnight stay. Fortunately, Oregon Wine Country is home to all manner of awe-inspiring accommodations—from B&Bs on working vineyards and farms to chic offerings in urban locales.

Whatever your style, you’ll find plenty to love about our upscale accommodations and luxurious lodgings. Start planning your next trip with these 10 opulent overnight stays in the Willamette Valley.

10 luxury overnight stays

Dundee, Oregon

Enjoy a taste of Tuscany at the Black Walnut Inn & Vineyard, which provides an Italian-inspired retreat just outside the community of Dundee. As the name implies, the nine-room villa is surrounded by vineyards growing pinot noir and chardonnay wine grapes.

Rooms offer plenty of natural light, spacious patios and balconies, and comfy linens. Away from the room, amenities include a light breakfast (crafted with locally sourced ingredients), a cozy fireplace, and patios and porches that overlook the property’s vineyards—where dramatic sunset views await. Note that the Black Walnut Inn is open to guests 21 and older—and that pets are not permitted.

Dundee, Oregon

At the southwestern edge of Dundee is The Dundee Hotel—a fashionable lodging that strives to keep guests connected to the local wine scene. The hotel’s 22 high-ceiling rooms are adorned with brightly colored décor and local artwork for a vibrant stay—and come with luxurious mattresses, custom furnishings, and (of course) in-room wine glasses and corkscrews. 

A few on-site tasting rooms at The Dundee invite visitors to sample the best of the region, and the Wooden Heart Kitchen incorporates local, seasonal flavors into its wood-fired pizza, naan, burgers, and other creative dishes.

Carlton, Oregon

The bucolic Abbey Road Farm, just outside Carlton in the heart of the Willamette Valley's wine country, offers the rare chance to spend the night on a working farm—with several perks that complement the one-of-a-kind experience.

The farm and winery hosts five suites in three converted grain silos, each featuring in-room jacuzzi tubs, foam-topped beds, heated floors, and other indulgent amenities—such as easy access to an on-site wine bar. Each stay comes with a tour of the farm, up-close encounters with its many animals, and a multi-course breakfast. Nearby, Abbey Road's tasting room pours the farm's hand-crafted wines, as well as offerings from guest winemakers.

Carlton, Oregon

One of the region's newest overnight stays is Inn the Ground, which sits surrounded by a regenerative farm—where environmentally friendly practices are employed to protect, preserve, and improve the landscapes of the Willamette Valley. (Learn more about regenerative farming here.)

The two-story B&B is built into (and above) the ground to take full advantage of the landscapes—and offers floor-to-ceiling windows for enjoying dramatic sunsets each night. Other welcome features at the airy, nine-room inn include comfortable bedding, farm tours, a spacious common area on the top floor, and daily breakfasts crafted from ingredients produced on-site.

McMinnville, Oregon

Immerse yourself in the heart of Oregon Wine Country with an overnight stay at Youngberg Hill Inn & Winery, a tucked-away stay that overlooks vineyards and Oregon Coast Range foothills in every direction.

The family-owned-and-operated bed-and-breakfast hosts nine rooms, all with in-room fireplaces; amenities vary from room to room but may include jetted tubs, private decks, and views of the wider Willamette Valley. Complimentary wine tastings are available, concierge services help you plan a memorable outing around the region, and a wrap-around deck invites lounging after a day of adventure.

McMinnville, Oregon

The 36-room Atticus Hotel awaits in the heart of downtown McMinnville, offering easy access to the community's world-class wine scene and charming Third Street corridor.

But what's offered on-site is just as special. The Atticus Hotel's rooms range from studios to penthouse, each outfitted with local artwork, curated book selections, temperature-controlled wine refrigerators, and in-room fireplaces. An on-site restaurant and bar dishes locally inspired dishes—while other offerings include yoga classes, concierge services to help plan the perfect getaway, and complimentary loaner bikes.

McMinnville, Oregon

The past and present collide at the Tributary Hotel in downtown McMinnville. One of the city's newest boutique hotels resides in a 100-year-old building that has been restored and thoughtfully outfitted with amenities for the modern traveler.

Guests can choose among eight spacious suites, each named for a different river in Oregon, that include private terraces or patios, in-room fireplaces, soaking tubs, small-batch soaps, well-stocked wet bars, and open living rooms—perfectly suited to small groups. The on-site fine-dining restaurant, ōkta, delivers a 10-course, Pacific Northwest-inspired dinner that changes seasonally to reflect what's fresh at that time; the ingredients are sourced from Tributary's own farm. Just below ōkta is the Cellar—a cozy lounge mixing some of McMinnville's best cocktails.

Newberg, Oregon

Seemingly every element of The Allison Inn & Spa was designed with luxury in mind. The lavish resort hosts 77 guest rooms and eight suites, each adorned with private balconies and patios, in-room fireplaces, works from Oregon artists, soaking tubs, and more. (Many rooms even offer views of the surrounding hillsides and forests.)

Elsewhere around the resort, The Allison hosts walking trails, an indoor swimming pool, and a full-service spa that offers yoga classes, more than a dozen types of massage, and Pacific Northwest-inspired body treatments. The on-site JORY Restaurant, meanwhile, has earned valley-wide plaudits for dishing farm-to-table fare (featuring ingredients from nearby growers and producers) and offering thoughtful wine pairings.

Newberg, Oregon

The two-story Chehalem Ridge Bed & Breakfast sits on a hilltop near Newberg and hosts five stately rooms and suites, each with their own personalities and charms; amenities vary among rooms but may include skylights, jetted tubs, private balconies, in-room fireplaces, and claw foot tubs. Add-ons—such as wine tour planning, birthday and anniversary celebration packages, and romance packages—are available for an additional fee.

An in-house chef prepares gourmet breakfast every morning, typically with homemade ingredients (such as rhubarb) that have been grown and prepared on-site

Eugene, Oregon

Stay in the heart of the action at Inn at the 5th, a luxurious boutique hotel at the edge of downtown Eugene. The hotel, whose design recalls a Tuscan resort, imbues its rooms with thoughtful touches that include Italian linens, private balconies, in-room fireplaces, and local artwork.

The on-site Marché serves fine French recipes crafted with Pacific Northwest ingredients; a full-service salon and spa pampers guests on the first floor; and—just across the parking lot—the 5th Street Public Market hosts chic wine bars, boutique shops, and a variety of restaurants.

Looking for fun away from your room? Check out these fun activities to make the most of your time in the Willamette Valley:

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