The Carlton Inn
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
Photos of The Carlton Inn
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews The Carlton Inn
Travel Blogs from Carlton
... offering beer and cider tastings and in the beautiful wooden house there was wine tasting.
We popped into the house just to appreciate its elegance and wonderful woodwork, into the shed to buy just one cider, and ordered a couple of sandwiches from the food van. While we waited for the food to cook we walked through the cut flower garden and orchard admiring a snow covered peak in Washington (we think it was Mount Adams, towering over 12,000 feet ...
Drove away from the coast through vineyards and farms, onto the motorway and queues of cars banked up. Finally relaxed in our motel, very glad to be here. Portland is quirky, we like it. Today drove out to the Columbia River Gorge - it's a very big river, the boundary between Oregon and Washington States. Tomorrow take the car back and catch the ...
... back in March as I was putting together our itinerary and planning stops on our 'wish to see list' as well as incorporating stops about 350 miles apart. I put in Olympia WA (about two hours from Portland) and then went back some time later and found a campsite in Olympic National Park (about 6 hours from one campground to the other). I had not noticed the difference in names and had not recalculated distance once I had found a campground. We ...
So we woke up a little later than planned today, so we decided to take it easy and explore the city at our own pace and delay the zoo etc until tomorrow. Before our departure, Jake went for a morning run, but was nearly 'attacked' by two small dogs (the drama queen). I however decided to do se exercise in the apartment: much more convenient. We keep getting bitten by an unknown source - both of us have loads and I have one on my cheek :( ...
... rocky, hard to believe they can grow such great grapes.
Both of these had very small wineries with small equipment, but the sure make great wine.
The last winery was Alexana. This was larger and more formal. We sat outside overlooking the beautiful grounds and had a great tasting. They had a wonderful Riesling, the first we have had in Oregon. This winery was started by a cardiologist as his ...