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Take part in the largest multi-sport event in Central Oregon! The US Bank Pole, Pedal, Paddle is a fun and flexible race that can involve a number of activities including downhill skiing, Nordic skiing, cycling, running, kayaking canoeing and SUP boarding.
The Sooke Fine Arts Show is a local showcase of over 375 works of original, west coast art by artists on Vancouver Island and the surrounding coastal islands. Set in a beautiful gallery in the seaside town of Sooke, the show features special events such as a Purchaser’s Preview Evening, Artist Celebration gala, live artist demonstrations, talks and music daily.
Enjoy a Summer concert at the Northwest's most distinctive mixed-use venue: the beautiful, independent, outdoor, riverfront Les Schwab Amphitheater.
Carmel is one of the premier places in the world for pets to visit. Dogs can run free on Carmel Beach, walk on leash throughout the town and dine at over 12 restaurants.
The Inn at Kulaniapia Falls operates an activities desk to help guests get pointed in the right direction. Not only is the Inn able to recommend some of the best experiences on the island, but they also are able to help guests save money on most activities.
Travelers’ Choice award winners are determined based on reviews and opinions of millions of TripAdvisor travelers around the globe. Unique Inns is extremely proud to share that four members have been named TripAdvisor's 2015 Travelers' Choice Award winners.
Chardonnay Golf Club is a championship, 18-hole, semi-private golf course that is located Southeast of the city of Napa in Jameson Canyon at the gateway to the world renown Napa Valley wine district. The course spans over 150 acres of Chardonnay & Merlot vineyards, features numerous lakes and creek crossings will challenge players of all skill levels.
Have breakfast with Santa on Sunday, December 14th from 10:30am-12:30pm at FivePine Lodge. All proceeds will be presented to Family Access Network.
Join FivePine Lodge for 4 days and 3 nights of active fun, restful contemplation and connecting to nature, all from the comfort of the beautiful lodge. Yoga Instructor Kate Holly will lead two yoga sessions a day (all levels active flow in the mornings, restorative yoga in the afternoons). In between sessions participants can enjoy group mountain bike rides led by Joel Holly, or choose to experience Shibui Spa, Sisters Movie House, or one of Sisters many other delightful attractions.
Not your average art exhibit, Chihuly Garden and Glass provides visitors with a unique experience and look into the artist, Dale Chuhuly’s inspirations and influences.
"Built in 1911 as the summer home for lumber baron Robert Lytle, this Greek Revival-style mansion presides over a gracious corner in Portland, Oregon's, tree-lined historic Irvington neighborhood. The 14 towering white columns, circular drive, burbling fountain and grand entryways feel distinctly presidential; hence the name of this majestic B&B."
From March through mid-June, Steamboat Inn hosts a series of highly acclaimed winemaker and guest chef dinners where meals are artfully prepared by some of the finest chefs in Oregon and are paired with wines from Oregon's premier wineries. These dinners are a delight to the palate and always sell out quickly.
Attend the Winter Carnival in Sandpoint, Idaho and celebrate the best of the snowy season indoors and out. The upcoming Sandpoint Winter Carnival will be held February 14th-23rd and in its 40th year, this carnival is shaping up to be one of the best yet. Events will include coffee tasting, Cirque de Sandpoint, skijoring, fireworks and more!
Travelers’ Choice award winners are determined based on reviews and opinions of millions of TripAdvisor travelers around the globe. Unique Inns is extremely proud to share that seven members have been named TripAdvisor's 2014 Travelers' Choice Award winners.
This New Year's Eve, step back in time, to an era of uncompromising service and total indulgence. Ring in the New Year at the Inn at El Gaucho. With its "retro-swank" fifties décor, the Inn at El Gaucho will give you the kind of responsive attention and personal pampering that only a 17-suite, exclusive Inn can provide.
Get into the holiday spirit at the Winchester Inn’s award winning Alchemy Restaurant’s 31st annual Dickens’ Christmas Feast in Ashland, Oregon. The Dickens’ Christmas Feast is a longstanding tradition that both locals and visitors from around the world have come to love as part of their yearly holiday traditions.
At the London Chef, they believe cooking should be fun! And, their unique open cooking space is perfectly designed for just that. Designed to look and feel like you are cooking in your own home, the London Chef is a fully interactive cooking school located in downtown Victoria where you are invited to cook alongside and learn from some of the best!
Located at the top of a 205 foot tall headland, the 56 foot tall Heceta Head Lighthouse shines it’s light visible for 21 miles, making it the strongest light on the Oregon Coast. Originally built in 1894, the lighthouse is now maintained by Oregon Parks and Rec Dept and the assistant lightkeepers house is operated as a Bed and Breakfast.
Attend the Carmel Art and film festival, a five day festival that features over 100 original films including two that received awards at the Sundance Film Festival, one winner of the Toronto Film Festival and another winner from Cannes Film Festival.
Enjoy 4 days and 3 nights at FivePine Lodge where their team of inspired staff takes care of everything, so you can truly focus on you.This inspiring and educational women’s retreat brings running and rejuvenation to your life through detailed running instruction, cross-training opportunities, nourishing vegetarian meals and luxury accommodations to make running an integral part of a healthy lifestyle.
Fall is a fabulous time to visit Oregon Wine Country and this Fall, Alaskan Airlines is making it even better! Up to one case of Oregon wine can fly home free of charge on Alaska Airlines until November 20th.
The world famous Mount Shasta is located at the southern end of the Cascade Range in California. Since Mount Shasta is not connected to any nearby mountains, it is one of the most distinctive landmarks in northern California.
The waters around FivePine Lodge in Sisters, Oregon offer some of the finest fly fishing in the world, so the lodge has teamed up with their friends at the Fly Fisher’s Place to create the ultimate guided fly fishing adventure.
Cannon Beach’s most famous landmark, Haystack rock is one of the West Coast’s most popular attractions and not just for Geology buffs. Haystack rock was created millions of years ago by the same lava flows that formed many of Oregon’s natural features including Tillamook Head and Saddle Mountain.
Just minutes from one of the ‘Top Ten Small Towns in the US’ Sandpoint, the Idaho Club is an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Course surrounded by mountains with a very special location running alongside the shores of Lake Pend Oreille (Idaho’s widest & deepest lake).
Abigail’s Hotel was originally constructed in 1930 as an eight suite luxury apartment building, known as the Bessborough apartments. In 1985 the building was completely renovated, converting it into a 17 room bed and breakfast inn. The exterior was fully restored and it was designated as a heritage building in the historic registry of the City of Victoria.
Ashland may be best known for their world famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival, but this town also offers up one of the best places to find tasty top shelf concoctions made with fine ingredients and freshly squeezed juices: the Lounge.
Take part in a magical weekend of rejuvenation and relaxation. Bring your heart, mind, and willing body to a truly personalized and unique retreat experience.
Inspire your next adventure (and see what all the fuss is about!) by visiting one of TripAdvisor's 2013 Travelers' Choice Award winners.
For years, winter vacationers from around the globe have been traveling to the West Coast for the opportunity to indulge in outstanding, world class accommodation and to witness some of the magnificent storms along the Pacific. Storm watching season typically extends from November to March, with usually 10-15 good storms per month.