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Browse Northwest Bed and Breakfast Regions Across Multiple States

The following regions extend through two or more states in the Northwest.

The Cascade Mountains Bed and Breakfasts

The inns around the beautiful Cascade Mountains range run through Washington and portions of the Columbia River Gorge/Mt. Hood, Central and Southern regions of Oregon.

Columbia Basin Bed and Breakfasts

The inns around ecologically diverse Columbia Basin are found throughout a large portion of Eastern Washington and extend through the Columbia River Gorge into Central Oregon.

Lewis and Clark Country Bed and Breakfasts

The Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806) was the first American overland expedition to the Pacific Ocean and traveled east to west and back again through all of the states of the Northwest. Follow their trail and blaze a few of your own through Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington when you stay at the inns of Lewis and Clark Country.

Northwest Wine Country Bed and Breakfasts

The inns around the Northwest Wine Country of Washington, Oregon and Southwestern Idaho offer hundreds of world class wineries, vineyards, cellars and tasting rooms, which offer vintages of the acclaimed grape varieties grown throughout the region.

Pacific Coast Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of the Oregon and Washington Pacific Coast run along the western edge of both states, which includes Puget Sound, the Olympic and Kitsap Peninsulas, San Juan Islands, and Northwest Washington.

Rocky Mountains Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of the Rocky mountains are found throughout the Glacier Country, Gold Rush Country and Yellowstone Country in Montana, plus the Northern and Central of Idaho and Northeast Washington.

Snake River Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of the Snake River Plateau, home to Hells Canyon, one of the deepest in North America, are found in parts of Hot Springs, Yellowstone and South regions of Idaho and Southeast Washington.

Yellowstone Park Bed and Breakfasts

The inns near the world famous sights and recreation of Yellowstone National Park are found in Eastern Idaho and Southern Montana.


Browse the Bed and Breakfast Regions of Idaho

The finest in Idaho inns are found all across state's six regions.


Greater Boise (Southwestern Idaho) Bed and Breakfasts

From Idaho's capital city in Boise and spreading out in all directions, the inns of Southwestern Idaho invite you to a world of high desert, lush valleys and forests, bare canyons and soaring mountain peaks that serve as a beautiful backdrop for enjoying the area's arts, history, culture, fruit-picking, wine-tasting, and much more!


Hot Springs (Southeastern Idaho) Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Southeastern Idaho welcome you to an area famous for its bubbling pools at Lava Hot Springs, the events of Pocatello, and a rugged landscape that reveals Idaho's pioneering history as you enjoy swimming, boating, fishing, learning about Native American history, hiking, biking and many more outdoor adventures!


Lewis and Clark Country (North Central Idaho)

The inns of North Central Idaho invite you to follow the route of Lewis and Clark at Kooskia or travel through the pristine forests and rivers of the Nez Perce tribe in Spalding and history will come alive as you enjoy hiking, whitewater rafting and jet boating, wildlife viewing, history museums, and much more!


Northern Idaho Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Northern Idaho allow you to escape to the many recreational opportunities that abound in this region, including entertainment and water sports at the lakeside towns of Coeur d'Alene and Sandpoint, hiking in the deep forest, fishing, canoeing, wildlife viewing, the Silverwood Theme Park, and much more!


South Idaho Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of South Idaho are convenient to the many breathtaking sights and outdoor adventures of the area including scenic waterfalls, majestic granite formations, fossil beds, rock climbing, horseback riding, river fishing, the activities of the Greater Twin Falls area, and much more!


Yellowstone/Teton (Eastern Idaho) Bed and Breakfasts

Eastern Idaho inns provide easy access to all the recreation the area has to offer including the westernmost area of scenic Yellowstone National Park and the Teton Valley, plus the cultural activities of Driggs and Idaho Falls, and much more!


Browse the Bed and Breakfast Regions of Montana

The finest in Montana Inns are found all across the state's six regions.


Custer Country (Southeastern Montana) Bed and Breakfasts

Enjoy the inns of Custer Country Montana as you explore the history and recreation of the region, including the re-enactment of Custer's Last Stand, portions of the Lewis and Clark Trail, the prehistoric fossils of the Dinosaur Trail, wildlife viewing, rodeos, fishing in the river badlands, the many events and attractions in and around Billings, and much more!


Glacier Country (Northwestern Montana) Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Glacier Country invite you to discover the pioneer spirit of the Bitterroot Valley, the water adventures of the Clark Fork River, the hub of activities in the Flathead Valley, the abundant wildlife and spectacular views of Glacier National Park and the Canada-bordering Kootenai, the tribal lands of the Mission Valley, the city attractions of the Missoula Valley, the wilderness area of the Seeley-Swan Valley, and much more!


Gold Rush (Southwestern Montana) Bed and Breakfasts

You'll strike it rich when you stay at the inns of Southwestern Montana and explore a land of snow-topped mountains that tower over trout-filled rivers and expansive agricultural valleys, where visitors enjoy digging for minerals and panning for gold, horseback riding, ghost town tours, the activities of towns such as Butte and the State Capital at Helena, and much more!


Lewis and Clark (Northeastern Montana) Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of northeastern Montana are convenient to all of the recreation, events and activities of the Lewis and Clark trail along the Missouri River, the fossil-rich Dinosaur Country, excellent fishing and wildlife viewing, the history and culture of frontiersmen, and much more!


Russell Country (Northern Montana) Bed and Breakfasts

Explore the land immortalized by cowboy-turned-legendary-artist Charlie Russell when you stay at the inns of Northeastern Montana, where the legacy of the Plains Indians and early explorers have left their mark on a land of wide open spaces, mountains, lakes, rivers, trails and wilderness that remains a recreational paradise and more!


Yellowstone (Southern Montana) Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Southern Montana offer easy access to the world of sightseeing and recreation at Yellowstone National Park, the many activities, attractions and events of Big Sky, Bozeman, Livingstone, Red Lodge and West Yellowstone, and much more!


Browse the Bed and Breakfast Regions of Oregon

The finest in Oregon Inns are found all across the state's seven regions.


Central Oregon Bed and Breakfasts

Set on the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains, the inns of Central Oregon offer easy access to the area's many golf courses, fly-fishing at over 100 rivers, the snow sports of Mt. Bachelor, hiking at Smith Rock, the events of Bend, and much more!


Columbia River Gorge/Mt. Hood Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of this region are convenient to the windsurfing and waterfall views along the Columbia River Gorge, the longest ski season in North America at Mt. Hood, the fruit and wine growing regions of the lush Hood River Valley, and much more!


Eastern Oregon Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Eastern Oregon invite you to explore the spirit of the West in this region where Lewis and Clark, Chief Joseph and the Oregon Trail pioneers all made there mark amid natural wonders that include the deepest river gorge in North America at Hells Canyon, the awesome spectacle of the Painted Hills and the Steens Mountains, and much more!


Oregon Coast Bed and Breakfasts

The many inns of the Oregon Coast are waiting for you to explore the over 360 miles of beautiful, diverse coastal terrain between Astoria and Brookings that include sandy beaches, evergreen forests, rocky cliffs and large sand dunes, plus historic lighthouses, stunning views, a charming arts community, exquisite seafood, and much more!


Portland Area Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Greater Portland allow you to live the urban adventure of the Rose City, including world class wineries, river kayaking along wildlife preserves, a thriving arts scene, a bustling nightlife, top quality shopping and dining, the oases of urban parks and much, much more!


Southern Oregon Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Southern Oregon offer easy access to the deepest lake in the United States at Crater Lake, the bustling theater scene and Chocolate Festival of Ashland, year-round golfing, excellent fishing and rafting, scenic mountain skiing and biking, historic and cultural treasures, and much more!


Willamette Valley

Choose the inns of the Willamette Valley to explore the agricultural center of the state, where the Oregon Wine Country offers over 200 wineries, the back roads feature covered bridges and roadside produce stands, the climate provides perfect hiking and cycling, the college towns of Corvallis and Eugene beckon with thriving arts scenes,, and much more!


Browse the Bed and Breakfast Regions of Washington

The finest in Washington Inns are found all across the state's ten regions.


Cascade Mountains Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of the Cascade Mountains region of Washington welcome you to explore the world of recreation, attractions and events that run from its snow-bound peaks to its fertile valleys on either side, which include tours of Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, climbing and skiing at Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker, scenic drives along the passes, and much more!


Eastern Washington Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Eastern Washington are divided into two unique sub-regions:


Northeast Washington Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Northeast Washington invite you to explore the highlights of this region, including the awesome Grand Coulee Dam, which forms Lake Roosevelt and spectacular fishing, the many attractions and events of the Spokane area, beautiful Kettle Falls, Gold Rush ghost towns, and much more!


Southeast Washington Bed and Breakfasts

Enjoy a glimpse into the pioneer origins of the state as a guest of the inns of Southeast Washington and enjoy spectacular views of dry river canyons, otherworldly lava plateaus, the activities of Washington State University in Pullman, the recreation on and surrounding Moses Lake, and much more!


Lewis and Clark Country (Southwest Washington) Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Southwest Washington are convenient to the historic Lewis and Clark Trail, which moves westward along the scenic Columbia River to its destination at the Pacific Ocean, plus the lush Columbia River Gorge, the urban attractions and events of Vancouver, the historic town of Aberdeen, and much more!


Northern Washington State (Northwest Washington) Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Northwest Washington welcome you to an area that offers prime opportunities for recreation and relaxation, including the famous Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, the bird watching paradise of the Upper Skagit Bald Eagle Festival, historic Sedro Woolley, the amenities of Bellingham, and much more!


Olympic and Kitsap Peninsulas Bed and Breakfasts

Explore a wide variety of climates and recreational opportunities as a guest of the inns of the Olympic and Kitsap Peninsulas, including the dense forests of the Olympic National Park, the driest spot in Western Washington at Sequim, the Victorian charm of Port Townsend, the quaint shopping of Bainbridge Island, the Naval base at Bremerton, and much more!


Puget Sound Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of Puget Sound invite you to visit a region rich in beauty, history, outdoor adventures and indoor delights, including fishing and boating the local waters, hiking, biking, the thriving cities of Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and Everett, and much more!


San Juan Islands Bed and Breakfasts

Enjoy an area of unparalleled beauty when you stay at the inns of the San Juan Islands, where over 170 islands beckon with a wide array of recreational opportunities, including orca, seal, sea lion and seabird viewing, a thriving arts community, scenic biking and sightseeing, and much more!


Washington Coast Bed and Breakfasts

The inns of the Washington Coast provide easy access to an area that defines itself by its natural beauty and unassuming towns where visitors enjoy prime fishing and kayaking on the ocean, lakes and rivers, kite-flying on the many pristine beaches, lighthouse tours, the activities and amenities of Ocean Shores and Westport, and much more!


Washington Wine Country (South Central Washington) Bed and Breakfasts

There's a world of wineries, vineyards, cellars and tasting rooms available as a guest of the inns of the Washington Wine Country, where the world class wines of the Columbia, Walla Walla and Yakima Valleys and Red Mountain are paired with everything from great food to entertaining events, outdoor adventures, the arts, cultural activities, and much more!