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THE best B&B in Oregon! Patrick's attention to every detail didn't go unnoticed. Every "i" was dotted and every "t" was crossed. Nothing was overlooked; this B&B was immaculate, beautiful, warm, comfortable, and private. The breakfasts were full of flavor and texture using fresh, local...More
We do not travel often, but when we do, we get off the beaten path, and love to stay in B&Bs.
A quick review of Trip Advisor pointed us in the direction of Forest Springs, and we were not disappointed.
The rooms are clean and...More
We stayed at the B&B for 6 nights and literally felt sad when it was time to leave. Patrick and Stan are wonderful people who really care about getting to know their guests. My husband and I had wonderful conversations and enjoyed our stay immensely....More
I was a bridesmaid at a wedding held at Forest Springs B&B at the end of August. A small group from the wedding party spent two nights there, each day beginning with a delicious breakfast, including fresh berries, yogurt, fresh whipped cream, basil & tomato...More
Going the extra mile **literally**
I stayed here while I was taking the bar exam in Clackamas. I figured it would be a good place to get away from bar-induced stress (and I was right -- couldn't imagine a more relaxing set-up.) The morning of...More
They don't allow pets because they have live in pets (Huge Dog and a couple of cats - ) Guests share the grounds and the main living areas (as well as their animals) with the owners- so its understandable why no outside pets... More
They don't allow pets because they have live in pets (Huge Dog and a couple of cats - ) Guests share the grounds and the main living areas (as well as their animals) with the owners- so its understandable why no outside pets allowed. Hope this answer helps! They do have the sweetest pets and We still got to interact (petting) with them.