About this listing
Beautiful room with private bath and private balcony with seating.
Lovely historic B&B in downtown McMinnville, heart of Oregon Pinot Noir country and home to the Spruce Goose! Plump featherbeds and delicious gourmet breakfasts. Wi-fi, cable TV, DVD player and movies, parking, close to numerous wineries and restaurants
Living room with TV, Dining room with small refrig, wineglasses, dishes
Interaction with Guests
We serve them breakfast and love to help them find places to go and things to do.
Close to downtown and all the great shops, wine tasting rooms and outstanding restaurants. McMinnville has the 2nd best Main street in America - according to Parade magazine!
There is a bus system
Well behaved children and pets allowed.
June was there to meet us and made us feel welcome and had many good suggestions for vineyards and places in town. The description and the previous great reviews are accurate! The breakfasts were delicious!
June was a very nice host and the Twisted Willow Inn was great. This is a traditional style B&B, June greeted us in the morning with a delicious home-made breakfast! Location was great, parking easy, and overall a nice experience.
June and Jack were wonderful hosts. June was great communicating with me about our arrival. The house is lovely - very warm, cozy and charming. The location was perfect, we could walk into the cute town. Our breakfast was delicious!
Beautiful setting and great location. Very convenient walking distance to downtown McMinnville.
As always, June was a great host with many suggestions for wineries and restaurants. Both breakfast meals were superbly done.
Twisted Willow Inn is definitely a great place to stay while in Oregon Wine Country.
What a charming house with an amazing host and a fabulous location to not only the vibrant downtown but to then entire Yamhill wine region. To top it off, the host, June, does a great gourmet breakfast you cannot beat.
This was a fantastic place to stay in McMinnville! Just like the posting says, it's walkable within minutes to the downtown-area 3rd street. June is incredibly welcoming and made room for our bikes (so they wouldn't have to live outside). We knew this place was a "bed and breakfast," but they should underscore "breakfast"--June created homemade chicken hash with poached eggs as well as waffles with chopped hazelnuts and yogurt parfaits the two mornings we were there--gourmet and fresh! The room was clean and adorable, and we made good use of the steam shower for our tired biking muscles. We definitely recommend this place!
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