This is a unique "tea room" with a great lunch menu. The host (Dan) and hostess (Wendy) are gracious and friendly. My sister and I will definitely go there again! We loved the idea of this delightful restaurant being in our home town. It is also a B&B but we did not stay in the B&B.
We stopped in for just lunch. But had no idea of the beautiful treat we were about to experience. Dan greeted us with a full house tour and the outside as well. The beauty of the decor is just awesome. Then Wendy prepared for us a delicious lunch finished off with a decadent dessert. We will visit again. We were very pleased not only with the atmosphere but with the quality of food we received at a reasonable price.
So cute, so cozy and soo much fun! We've been here several times with our girls, who love coming here, both for the delicious food but even more for the fun princess-dress dress-up closet. Can spend hours to just look at all cute things, shop for knick-knacks and quaint gifts. A must to visit here if you're in the area!
My husband and I were driving from Reno to Portland. We wanted to break the road trip into two days. My husband found The Painted Lady online and we arrived to Myrtle Creek, OR, at 5pm. We enjoyed wine and beer on the second floor balcony and watched the birds and butterflies flutter around the plentiful, fragrant gardens. The house is filled with antiques and interesting historical information. We walked two blocks to a great Mexican restaurant, El Azteca. After a great night's sleep, Wendi brought a fantastic breakfast in the morning with coffee. She gave us directions to the two local covered bridges for a scenic walk before we climbed back in the car. We will definitely be back!
My Aunt and I spent a couple of weeks touring around Oregon for my birthday. One of the highlights was Crater Lake. But where to stay for a trip to Crater Lake and then on to the Coast? The area around Roseburg seemed a good middle location. AND, based on other excellent tripadvisor reviews, we chose The Painted Lady B&B in Myrtle Creek -- we are so glad that we did. The B&B is absolutely delightful in terms of comfort and charm and history. We were warmly welcomed by owner Wendi and her husband. Once settled in, we relaxed on the upstairs front porch with a glass of wine from the Willamette Valley, as we did again after our day trip to Crater Lake. Wendi is a superb cook and the breakfasts were absolutely delicious; these were served in the charmingly decorated tea…