3rd Street Flats: Historic McMinnville Bank
219 NE Cowls St.
Phone: (503) 857-6248
One of two sister properties offering lodging in apartment-style units in downtown McMinnville, the renovated McMinnville Bank, built in 1885, has units designed to accommodate couples. Both the bank building and the affiliated Odd Fellows Lodge, which can accommodate larger groups, are steps away from a natural foods grocery store, restaurants, tasting rooms and other attractions in the pedestrian-friendly historic district.
3rd Street Flats: Odd Fellows Lodge
556 NE Third St.
Phone: (503) 857-6248
One of two sister properties offering lodging in apartment-style units in downtown McMinnville, the renovated Odd Fellows building, built in 1909, has units designed to accommodate parties of two, four or six. Both the Odd Fellows building and the affiliated Historic McMinnville Bank are steps away from a natural foods grocery store, restaurants, tasting rooms and other attractions in the pedestrian-friendly historic district.
375 NE Ford St.
Phone: (503) 472-1975
Opened in spring 2018, this 36-room boutique hotel in downtown McMinnville combines the Italianate architectural features that were popular in the late 19th-century, when most of the city's downtown district was built, with modern touches. Its spacious Luxury Bunkhouse, which sleeps 6, offers a wall of stylish, built-in bunk beds and other design features that make it a fun option for girlfriend getaways.
Dundee Manor Bed & Breakfast
8380 NE Worden Hill Road
Phone: (503) 554-1945
This highly rated four-room B&B provides seclusion and comfort in the heart of the Dundee Hills.
McMenamins Hotel Oregon
310 NE Evans St.
Phone: (503) 472-8427
Set in a renovated brick building dating back to 1905, this 42-room gem sits in the heart of McMinnville’s historic downtown, steps away from tasting rooms, restaurants and shops, and just a short drive away from the Dundee Hills. The rooms are small, and most require you to use one of the shared bathrooms in the hallways. Like most other McMenamins' properties, the Hotel Oregon projects a hippy-inspired aesthetic, in terms of the decor, while also saluting the local community by displaying local artifacts and naming rooms after colorful local characters. Each May, the hotel hosts its UFO Festival, which salutes a famous UFO sighting from 1950, when a local farmer's photos of a "flying saucer" made the cover of Life magazine. Its rooftop bar, open to hotel guests and non-guests, is a great place to enjoy a cocktail.
The Allison Inn & Spa
2525 Allison Lane
Phone: (503) 554-2525
Set in the hills just outside of downtown Newberg, this 85-unit resort (pictured above) offers unpretentious luxury among the hazelnut groves, with its wood, stone and glass architectural features blending into the surroundings. Its world-class spa includes an indoor infinity pool, while its restaurant, Jory, presents exquisite Northwest cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner.