The Lion and the Rose is a majestic 1906 Queen Anne mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This bed and breakfast features classic architecture with stylish comfort, romantic guest rooms, and visions of years past throughout. Located near the Moda Center and the Max light rail line, you can easily access all parts of Portland while staying here. Your hosts, Steve and Dusty, will gladly provide you maps and recommendations if needed to plan a day in the city.
The lion invites you to enter
A giant lion statue at the entrance welcomes you to the Lion and the Rose Bed & Breakfast. Enter the front door to find amazing period-related décor including a player piano, delicate lace curtains, well-worn area rugs, and comfortable seating options. Your hosts, Steve and Dusty, welcome and encourage you to enjoy a bygone era of comfort and grace at the Lion and Rose.
Throughout the home, you will find elegant attention to detail with period wall coverings, area rugs, art, and furniture. The common rooms welcome guests to sit and relax, maybe visit with friends or enjoy a cup of coffee.
Romantic Victorian guest rooms
Each of the eight guest rooms is uniquely arranged with Victorian charm. Large, comfortable beds with crisp linens allow you to enjoy a wonderful night’s sleep. Private baths, air conditioning, cable TV, and high-speed wireless internet access are included with each room as well.
If budget is a concern, you can choose “all the frills” or “no frills” for your stay to manage your costs. The “all the frills” option includes daily housekeeping and breakfast; the “no frills” option limits these services to a change of towels and no breakfast (you get to make your bed). The choice is yours to make.
Start your day with a delicious hearty breakfast
A delicious and hearty breakfast is served every morning at 8:30 a.m. in the formal dining room. Breakfast includes creative combinations of savory and sweet items including fruit, oatmeal, a variety of bread, and hot entrees.
Visit with other guests or relax over a coffee in the parlor after breakfast before you head out for the day.
Complimentary cold juice, bottled water, and whole fruit are available all day along with “Grandma’s Treat Table” stocked with cookies, pretzels, and candies for those urges to munch on something.
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The Pittock Mansion is a nearby attraction you might enjoy visiting
Despite being outside the downtown core area, excellent transit options provide easy access to many nearby attractions in Portland. The Pittock Mansion in northwest Portland is a popular stop. The mansion is beautifully decorated for the current season.
For those wishing to explore a little further, the Willamette Valley wine country, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Hood, the Oregon Coast, the Oregon Gardens and the Columbia Gorge are excellent day trips.
Your romantic Victorian room awaits you
Steve and Dusty are passionate about their inn. Their flexibility to meet your needs is evident with every individual guest. They strive to make your visit to Portland be what you want it to be, and as such, they are available to help you with any support you request.
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