The Owl’s Nest Inn Bed & Breakfast is perched on the shoulders of Chehalem Mountain, in a quiet area, bordered by hundreds of acres of woods and wildlife to the north and east. Our south view extends beyond Salem, about 36 miles away. The westward view often includes spectacular sunsets over our neighbor’s vineyard. Your stay will feel private and secluded, yet it is only a 5 minute drive to downtown Newberg where you may enjoy quaint little shops and restaurants.
We are nestled in the heart of wine country, with many vineyards a stone’s throw away. Local wineries are a short drive from us. If beer is more your cup of tea(!), our NE Owl’s Lane boasts an award winning micro brewery within walking distance of our B&B.
Our property has over thirty fruit trees and five varieties of berries. There is plenty of open space and grassy lawn for you to walk about, enjoy the vistas and even indulge in some fresh, sun-ripened fruit when it is in season.
We are kid friendly and pet friendly (as long as your pets are friendly). Feel free to love on our cat, a country mouser.
Other amenities include Wi-Fi, plenty of parking, a covered patio and private use of our hot tub. On warmer nights you may wish to sit around the fire pit (and we will supply the wood).
Breakfast is served each morning following your arrival. We offer your choice of breakfast meats, eggs any way you like them, French toast, pancakes or waffles, coffee and orange juice. One of “Chef” Harold’s signature dishes is his beer-battered waffles or pancakes. The secret ingredient is beer, usually Black Butte Porter. The foamy batter makes them thick and delicious! The alcohol cooks off during the process, leaving only the flavor behind.
Please let us know if you have any special dietary needs or requests and we will do our best to accommodate in any way possible.
Whether you’re interested in one of our small honeymoon stay packages, or if you just want to enjoy a private getaway, we aim to make you feel at home in our home!
We currently have only the King Room Suite available.
From owner, Harold McKay: “I grew up on this land, then raised my family here and now my wife, Leah, and my son, Ian, and I invite you to come and stay with us. We look forward to meeting you.”