Dallas Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Two accommodations, each with bathroom (Sleeps total of 5)
In Willamette Valley's Wine Country Bethell Woods sits amid mature stands of White Oak and Douglas-Fir, on a hill overlooking the Valley's meadows, farmland and rolling hills. Come savor the comfort and privacy of our spacious Forest Cottage and the magic of the surrounding dappled forest light.
Our grounds feature gardens, waterfall and pond, boulders, towering carved bear, and sunrises and sunsets that will leave you feeling refreshed and reconnected to nature. Leave your cares behind and enjoy your stay at our country B&B.
NOTE: Bethell Woods B&B features TWO separate ROOMS, the Forest Cottage and the Garden Room.
Our goal is to make your stay truly refreshing and enjoyable. Check-in by 3:00 p.m. and stay until noon on your final day. Your stay with us will be a relaxing and unforgettable experience!
The Valley offers WINE TOURS and many other events, especially from Spring to Fall. We are surrounded by dozens of vineyards, the Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge, Spirit Mountain Casino, two 18-hole golf courses
PLEASE NOTE: Because of its scheduling limitations, WE DO NOT USE the VRBO CALENDAR for scheduling. Please call, text or email us regarding availability. Thank you.
* Nov - April: $125/night; $700/week; $1,600/month, $135/night on weekends
* May - Oct: $133/night; $775/week; $1,800/month; and $144/nt on weekends with a 2-night minimum
* Nov - April: $110/night; $600/week; $1,400/month; and $120 on weekend nights (2-night minimum year round)
* May - Oct: $115/night; $635/week; $1,600/month and $125 on weekend nights (2-night minimum stay year-round)
In 1955, a young married couple, James and Ruby Bethell, purchased this property, about 200 acres of forested land. Together, they cleared part of the land and then sold all but 20 acres to raise funds to build their home and start the fledgling Bethell Logging Company, which Jim ran from this location for 48 years.
Five generations of Bethells have lived and made memories on our property, including Jim’s parents, his four daughters, eight grandkids and nine great grandkids. Cindy Bethell, Jim and Ruby’s youngest daughter, owns and operates the bed and breakfast along with her husband, Roger Asbahr.
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we serve French Roast coffee, fruit juice and a variety of breakfast meals that include house specialties such as our Wild Blackberry French Toast Cobbler and the Loggers' Hearty Breakfast. Many of our ingredients are locally grown and organic. Selections for special dietary needs are also available upon request.
Our accommodations are warmly decorated, private and cozy, though spacious. Our rooms have hardwood floors, plenty of thick rugs, and private entrances and bathrooms.
Keywords: Bed & Breakfast, private, spacious, flat screen TV, king bed, kitchenette, fluffy white robes, complimentary local wine, forest and gardens, biking, casino, golfing, restaurants and vineyard tours.
- pets considered
- non smoking only
- alternative lifestyle
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Cindy Bethell
In 2010, my husband Roger and I moved to my family property and began making preparations for a new B&B. I had just left a 15-year career in environmental policy and sustainable development, the first 10 years we lived in Washington, DC where I worked for the Environmental Protection Agency and later served as the environment and energy legislative adviser in the U.S. Senate. We returned to our home State of Oregon in 2005, where I worked for the Portland Development Commission until 2010.
Roger had a psychology practice for 14 years in Corvallis and then ran a computer technology business for over 10 years. We were both seeking a more serene life and decided to return to our roots by moving back to a rural country setting.
I am an avid gardener and rock hound, and enjoy reading, writing and cooking. Roger is a professional musician who sings and plays the guitar. He also manages his part-time business, Sherlock Computing. Together we love to travel, backpack and hike, and now enjoy blissful country living with Katie, our cat, and Marlow, our new puppy.
We enjoy meeting travelers from around the world and sharing our little piece of paradise with them.
Cindy Bethell purchased this cottage in 2010
Why Cindy Bethell chose Dallas
Bethell Woods is on my family's property that dates back to 1955. I grew up here and have fond memories of riding horses with my sisters, watching our Dad run his logging business, building tree forts, and playing with our horses, dog, kitties, frogs and salamanders. In 2010, I had the good fortune to return to the family estate after nearly 40 years and create Bethell Woods Bed & Breakfast. It has been a marvelous opportunity and blessing.
What makes this cottage unique
This property’s unique benefits include lovely views from our hill, of soulful sunrises and sunsets, Mt. Jefferson, The Three Sisters Mountains, and the coast range mountains. Our property is defined by the old and new forests and various gardens. Our central location is 8 miles from the nearest town and 4.5 miles from the nearest 18-hole golf course; and 15 minutes from the Pentacle, a renown community theater, and from the Spirit Mountain Casino--the most popular tourist attraction in Oregon; 20 minutes from the Evergreen Air & Space Museum with a Water Park and IMAX theater, and 45 minutes from the lovely Pacific Ocean. We are surrounded by over a dozen lovely vineyards in a radius of 10 miles.
Guestbook comments from the owner
What a beautiful setting! Loved the cottage, the food, and the owners. We will definitely make a return visit. Kathy & Sandra, Redding, CA