Featured Bed and Breakfast Inn
A Pacific Northwest B&B Inns Directory
The Pacific Northwest is a magical place, where nature and wilderness abound. A northwest traveler will discover a surprising variety of climates, environments and cultures.
Oregon and the Portland metro area
Oregon has a 350-mile coast that is populated by small and mid-size towns that carry a distinctive flavor and sense of community. The coastal waters are rugged and appealing. Activities and festivals in these towns often revolve around their intimate relationship with the environment.
Sometimes called Bridge City, Portland is a progressive and lively community, swirling around the Columbia and Willamette River. It is the cultural hub of Oregon and contains a large array of museums, galleries and art centers. The city is also renowned for its art and music festivals throughout the year.
Seattle and Washington State
Washington contains an almost unbelievable variety of climates and topography. Rivers, lakes, ocean, mountains and fields adorn this unique state. Some of the most popular destinations in Washington include the Hood Canal, Mount Rainier National Park, Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, the Olympic Peninsula, Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands.
Perhaps the most beautiful city on the planet, Seattle boasts breathtaking vistas of water and mountains. It is the commercial, cultural and transportation hub of the state, yet maintains an easy Northwest energy that sets it apart from other big cities like Chicago or San Francisco.
Visiting Idaho and Boise
If you're into outdoor recreation, you'll want to visit Idaho, renowned for its mountain ranges, lakes and rivers. Sixty percent of Idaho is covered by forests and has over 30 state parks. Some of the most popular destinations include Hells Canyon and Craters of the Moon National Park.
Boise is the largest metropolitan area in a 300-mile radius and has many cultural offerings such as the University, a symphony orchestra, ballet and opera companies and many museums and art galleries.
Montana and the Helena metro area
Montana has a huge history that locals keep alive through modern day activities and pursuits. Full of mammoth mountains, wide, rolling prairies and big skies, it is still a frontier in many ways.
Built with gold rush money, Helena is a city comprised of 19th Century architecture that takes visitors into a rich past. With a healthy arts and culture community, it is a cosmopolitan center on the open range.