GuestHouse Inn & Suites Sutherlin / Roseburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Watched the sunrise over the Willamette River and shine on Mt. Hood. Leaving town we had a 90 minute ride west to get to the coast. It was sunny and once we left Portland rush hour traffic it was a beautiful ride on quiet country ...
Hot,dry summer 2015, after a dry winter caused the rivers and waterways of Oregon to be at their lowest water levels since I have lived here. It has caused many problems and issues with the salmon and fish migration but it has also allowed for ...
As we got onto the highway we drove through stunning countryside, reminiscent of Tuscany. Parched, flat grassland and hills covered with conifers. It was beautiful. The weather was sunny, the car comfortable. We had lunch at subway, a delicious chicken and bacon sandwich that was much needed. Further down the route ...
... heading out exploring on our own, but when we looked at TripAdvisor, they recommended taking a sandrail tour with Sand Dune Frontier. As we pulled into Sand Dune Frontier, a group of 3 sandrail buggies was just returning, and everyone was so excited about the ride.
Sand Dune Frontier offers 3 ways to enjoy the dunes: you can rent an ATV and explore on your own, they have a big lumbering buggy that holds about 30-40 people and goes super ...
... oatmeal, we added yoghurt on top, only to find out from our fellow travellers that it was grits! Yuck
The couple we got talking to were from San Francisco, and we were so touched that they offered us accommodation when we reached their city. From a chance encounter like that!
The surroiunding countryside is a mixture of farm land with cows lazing in the fields, then rushing rivers that just need to be stopped beside when possible for a photo ...