C. H. Bailey House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsC. H. Bailey House Roseburg
Lovely old, large, double story farm house with one wing given over to B&B accommodation. Located outside Roseburg, OR the rooms are well appointed and spacious. The host is welcoming and friendly.
Breakfast was wonderful - fresh orange juice, delicious home grown organic raspberries with fresh chocolate mint, individual cheese soufflé, and raspberry jam and almond filled scones.
A beautiful, peaceful and welcoming B&B - highly recommended.
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Oregon has it all ... but more of that later. The Country Willows Inn in Ashland, OR has a beautiful breakfast room which is situated on the top floor of a building adjacent to the main house and overlooking a lovely garden, ponds and swimming pool. Here they served a delicious breakfast of fresh juice, fresh fruit, asparagus quiche and fried ham! …
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