Where to Stay in Oregon Wine Country

Candi C.

Are you looking for where to stay in Oregon wine country on a budget? I am here for it! I live near Oregon wine country and I know of lots of great places to stay! That’s why I am so excited to share them all with you. I know that not everyone is as lucky as I am in where they live so if you are traveling to do some wine tasting in the area, you are probably looking for the perfect place to stay. 

Whether you are looking for a vacation rental, one of the many unique boutique hotels in the area, an easy in-and-out motel, or maybe something you haven’t even thought of yet, we have a great list of places for you to stay in the heart of Oregon wine country that won’t break the bank! Most of the places listed below will either be within walking distance or just a short drive away from many of the great wineries in the area!

Where to Stay in Oregon Wine Country

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Willamette Valley Wine Country is the ideal location for a romantic night away with your special someone, a fun bachelorette party idea, or just a day away with your friends. The area is filled with beautiful views of the coast range mountains, world-class wineries, the 

Go Glamping

Cabins and Yurts

Oregon is well known for its beautiful outdoors and glamping is a great way to experience it! There are fun cabins and yurts in the area to rent! How fun is that? Check out Expedia to find deals on yurts and cabins. I have found some really good deals using this website.

We, as a family, have had so much fun on our yurt camping trips. Most yurts that you’ll find in local campgrounds offer beds (typically a set of bunk beds and a queen size bed) and electricity. All of the ones I have rented also had coffee makers, and small fridges, and some even had televisions.   

Rent a Vintage Trailer

Another awesome glamping idea is to check out The Vintages Trailer Resort. The Vintages is a super fun trailer resort that offers a unique glamping experience! You can rent one of 36 different fully restored vintage RV trailers. Each of these trailers has its own theme. Additionally, every rental here offers its own grill and a set of cruiser bikes. Some of them even have large soaking tubs! Imagine soaking in your fun vintage trailer rental with a glass of pinot blanc in hand. I’m not sure it would get much better. 

This resort even has great amenities like a swimming pool, fire pit, and a unique “tasting passport” to help you commemorate your visits to local tasting rooms. 

Find a Budget Hotel

The area is full of good hotels and motels! If you are simply looking for a place to lay your head, this kind of budget stay is perfect. I just did a cursory search of the area and found hotels starting at just $63 per night and quite a few that were under $100 per night in total. When I am taking a trip of any kind, not a lot of time is spent in my hotel room, so as long as it’s clean, safe, and comfortable, I’m all for saving money!

Check out The Cute Boutique Hotels in the Area

Oregon’s Willamette Valley is a beautiful and unique destination and that’s why you’ll find so many really great boutique hotels here. If you choose to stay near McMinnville, for instance, here are a couple of the fun boutique hotels in the area:

  • Atticus Hotel
  • McMenimans Hotel
  • Independence Hotel (The only boutique hotel in Oregon that is located on the Willamette River)
  • Dundee Hotel (this is one of the best hotels in the area for those looking for a short walk to multiple tasting rooms)

Stay at a Cute Bed and Breakfast

If you like a more personalized stay experience complete with a gourmet breakfast, I recommend checking out some of the local Bed and Breakfast stays in the area. The following are some of the B&Bs in the area! 

  • Carlton Inn
  • The Setting Inn

Some B&B rooms come with their own private bathroom, but not all do, so keep this in mind when booking. 

Rent an Entire Home or Choose From Many Guest Rooms to Rent

There is a great selection of vacation house rentals in this area for those that like a home experience over a hotel experience. You can easily find a home in the heart of the Willamette Valley with easy access to the area’s vineyards, wineries, and tasting rooms. 

Splurge on This Luxury Hotel

If money is no option, you are in luck! Get ready to splurge on your time away at this visitor favorite of the local beautiful luxury hotels:

Allison Inn

The Allison Inn is the perfect place to go if you are looking for a luxury spa resort experience. It offers a beautiful mountain view, luxurious amenities, a fitness room and so much more!)

Other Things to Do in Oregon’s Wine Country

If you are looking for something to do on your off time from exploring Oregon’s Wine Country vineyards, wineries, and tasting rooms. This area is filled with some of the best places to visit! Here are just some of the places and things that you can do while you are here. Oh, and these are all within an hour or two of the many Willamette Valley wineries. 

  • Visit the Oregon Coast 
  • Go for a bike ride among the rolling hills of the Willamette Valley
  • Visit Silver Falls State Park
  • Take a day to visit the Portland Metro Area for a day of shopping
  • Take a walk through the heart of downtown McMinnville
  • Visit Abiqua Falls
  • Go see a waterfall on the beach and visit Hug Point
  • Remember what it was like to be a kid with a day at Enchanted Forest

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Lifelong Oregonian with lots of local travel experience to share! My family of 5 and I love adventuring though life one thrifty adventure at a time.

Dallas, OR

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