McMenamins Grand Lodge

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  • This former Masonic & Eastern Star property is peppered with unique rooms, restaurants, a spa and free live music and events. Beyond the expansive lawn is easy access to wilderness and wineries.

    Just 25 miles west of Portland, you’ll enjoy local and seasonal pub fare in the two restaurants to fuel your next adventure. Pat’s Corner offers seasonal outdoor seating on the lawn.

    Recharge in one of the 90 guestrooms, and you’ll soon be on the mend in the Doctor’s Office Bar, where pool tables beckon. Choose from distillery flights or signature cocktails; unwind with inventive beers and wines crafted from the very grapes and hops that characterize the Cascade region. Late night revelers may meet the Lavender Lady, whose spirit is said to dance through the halls. Spirits and historic figures are commemorated with fanciful art woven throughout—from pipes to headboards—and local historical photographs.

    Rejuvenate in the soaking pool nestled among the outdoor greenery, open year-round, which pairs well with a massage, manicure or other restorative wellness options at Ruby’s Spa.

    Nearby, guests can discover Hagg Lake for fishing, boats for rent, and trails for hiking and biking–as well as the thrills of a zipline park adjacent to the lake. More fishing and hiking spots are found in the Tillamook State Forest. To top it off, it’s just a hour’s drive from the Grand Lodge to the famed Oregon Coast.

    While here in Oregon Wine Country, visit dozens of area vineyards and winery tasting rooms. Also in Forest Grove is an opportunity to tour and taste at SakéOne, the leading brewer of craft saké in the U.S.