For the most romantic accommodation stay at a unique private cottage. With whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, heated floors and quiet patios, these secluded suites offer a discreet hideaway in absolute elegance and luxury.
Favorite among guests, "The Naturalist" cabin is the most secluded and private cabin at River Dance Lodge. Relax on your private deck while enjoying a gourmet, Mediterranean meal from the onsite Syringa Café. Slip into the cabin's private hot tub while sipping fine wines and listening to the rippling of the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River. Like each cabin at the Lodge, "The Naturalist" has an open main floor for visiting and lounging, a cozy gas fireplace, and a small kitchen. This two-bedroom cabin with upstairs loft is perfect for parties from two to six. Whatever the occasion, this secluded retreat will offer you an experience that will leave you longing to return.
Relaxing Classic, Caboose & Romance Cabins
With the personal touch of a B&B, the privacy of cozy cabins & all the amenities of a resort, FivePine Lodge offers a one of a kind lodging experience in Central Oregon. The Lodge has 24 romantic cabins nestled into a pine forested meadow at the base of Three Sisters Mountains. All hardwood furnishings are hand built by the Amish in small barns & woodshops. The cabins are complimented with fireplaces, 42-inch plasma screen TV's & oversize bathrooms featuring spacious Italian tiled showers, Kohler Purist waterfall or sunken tile & rock soaking tubs.
Staying in the Jacksonville Inn's Presidential Cottage is an experience that totally pampers and relaxes the body and mind. Elegant and luxurious, this suite, where President George W. and Laura Bush stayed, was named "Most Romantic" by Gerry Frank, Portland Oregonian. The whirlpool tub, three-sided fireplace with living room, heated floors in bathroom, bidet, private patio with beautifully landscaped gardens, waterfall, and gazebo are just a few of the amenities that are sure to provide a lifetime memory.
The Audubon Cottage
The Audubon Cottage at China Beach Retreat in Ilwaco, Washington is named after John James Audubon, the patron saint of American ornithologists. This is the perfect spot for the romantic naturalist. Awaken to the sounds of the many songbirds and migratory waterfowl that make this area their home. Inside this peaceful cottage, numerous authentic Audubon prints adorn the walls. Nestled in a cove between the Port of Ilwaco and Cape Disappointment State Park, you'll enjoy the view from your exterior deck and two-person Japanese-style soaking tub. The upstairs bedroom and bath feature a king size bed, 42" flat screen TV, art glass, and a two-person, hydrotherapy, airjet massage tub. The ultimate coastal experience.
The Sonoma Cottage
This comfortable two-bedroom vacation house has all the charm of a room at the Inn — and at 2,200 square feet, all the space of a family home. Located just 38 feet from the Inn, the cottage is both private and convenient. A fully furnished living room offers 12-foot ceilings, a fireplace, two easy chairs, and two sofas — one of which unfolds to sleep two. A fully equipped kitchen has all the amenities for a simple dinner or a catered event. Downstairs is the Game Room, featuring antique game boards. Each bedroom has its own bathroom, spa tub for two, king bed, cultured-marble vanity, and fireplace.
The Hideaway Cottages
Located one-half mile from the Inn in a wooded setting, each cottage features a living room with fireplace, king size bed in the master bedroom, a large bath with tiled soaking tub, a sleeping loft, and a mini-kitchen for snacks and light housekeeping. Imagine spending a long winter's evening in one of these warm and cozy chalets!
Lavish your time soaking in the deep marble spa tub (no diving allowed) or catching your breath on the private outdoor deck. The bed could qualify as a separate room in itself. Talk about a Home Away From Home! To top it off, Mark's team of culinary professionals will design, prepare and serve a romantic menu just for the two of you in your state-of-the-art demo kitchen. Or . . . cook something up of your very own.