Three Sleeps Vineyard B&B

April 3rd, 2012 by threesleeps

Relax in quiet luxury while overlooking Dominio IV’s Estate Vineyard.  Three Sleeps Vineyard is the source of Dominio IV’s Syrah and Tempranillo.  If you choose, enjoy a glass of wine with the Inn-keepers on one evening of your stay.  The B&B offers two rooms, one with a king bed and the other with a queen bed.  Each room features it’s own entrance, private bath, cozy seating area, satellite TV with HBO and DVD.  Coffee/Tea bar just outside your door.  Relax on your own patio enjoying the view of our vineyard and Mosier’s world famous cherry orchards with Mt. Adams in the background.  Start each day with a hardy breakfast complemented by local seasonal fresh fruits.

Vineyard tours are available and can be arranged upon arrival.

Mosier is located strategically between Hood River and The Dalles in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge. The Gorge offers an extraordinary range of activities throughout the year.  Check out the Hood River Chamber of Commerce for what’s going on in The Gorge.

Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins

March 30th, 2012 by carsonridge

What better way to explore and enjoy this area than from your own private haven? Sleep soundly on your pillow top mattress draped in luxurious bedding. Curl up with a novel on the porch swing or in front of the fire in the leather chairs. Soak your weary muscles in a bubbling spa tub. Wake in the morning to a tasty, hearty breakfast prepared lovingly just for you!

Perhaps you would benefit from a quiet, relaxing retreat from the hustle of everyday life.  Refresh your soul with one of our wonderful in-cabin spa treatments.

Specialty amenities include candles by the tub, fragrant lavender bath salts, and a welcome snack basket. Gilchrist and Soames spa therapy bath products, complimentary soda, assortment of delicious teas and creamy, hot chocolate. We also have a selection of DVD’s and microwave popcorn for you to enjoy.

We are 45 minutes east of Portland, OR.
15 minutes from Hood River
15 minutes from Multnomah Falls

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