• Park House

    The Park House experience offers travelers luxurious accommodations while staying in the heart of McMinnville. Located two blocks from Third Street, voted as Oregon’s favorite Main Street in 2015 with 14 blocks to explore, McMinnville is world famous for both its viticulture and artisan dining experiences.

  • Honey Bea

    Honey Bea is a charming, vintage home located a convenient two blocks away from Third Street, which was voted as Oregon’s favorite Main Street in 2015 with 14 blocks to explore. McMinnville is world famous for both its viticulture and artisan dining experiences.

  • Atticus Hotel

    The Atticus Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel located in Historic Downtown McMinnville—the heart of Oregon Wine Country. With 36 uniquely inspired rooms—from Studios to a Penthouse—an onsite restaurant & bar, valet parking, concierge, Dutch bikes and more, the Atticus Hotel offers an extensive list of services & amenities in an unbeatable location. Opening in May 2018; bookings available now.

  • The Pastry Ranch

    A sweet and delicious, 3 bedroom and 2.5 bathroom vacation rental home in the heart of downtown McMinnville. Let us help you plan your visit to our wonderful wine country town.

  • Chic Mid-Century Maison

    Mid-century elegance in the heart of the Willamette Valley. Enjoy our newly renovated home – all the modern luxuries of a boutique hotel with the charm you’d expect from a vacation rental. Featuring a gourmet stainless steel kitchen, eco-friendly mattresses & linens, and Chardonnay vines in the backyard. Only a 15 minute stroll to darling downtown McMinnville where you can shop at the seasonal farmer’s market, explore the many great restaurants, and do a tasting at the oldest winery in the Valley.

  • The Douglas on Third

    Situated directly on 3rd St. in Downtown McMinnville, The Douglas on Third apartments are a lovely place for a getaway in Wine Country. Only steps away from fine dining, wine tasting and boutique shopping, these apartments will be a wonderful home base during your stay. Boasting a great remodel, fit with the building’s old charm, while bringing in a sense of newness and excitement. The Douglas is a perfect place for a romantic getaway for two, but also for a much larger guest list.

  • 726 Fourth

    When you want historic ambiance and a beautifully furnished four-bedroom home just steps from McMinnville’s famous Third Street, you want to stay at 726 Fourth. Leave your car and walk to everything. Stroll over to Third Street to explore your incredible choices for food, wine, brews, and shopping. Lined with historic architecture and trees, it’s definitely the “Best Main Street in the West.” Or head the other direction to discover the Granary District’s offerings. The house is furnished with antiques and art, offers comfortable beds (2 queens, a king and a double) and a fully equipped kitchen. This beautiful Craftsman home will welcome you for a weekend or a week … or longer.

  • Park Place

    Welcome to Park Place; an elegant and historic downtown McMinnville vacation home! Park Place is a gorgeous 2,500 sq ft., four bedroom, two bath home on two levels. The interior features a beautifully remodeled chef’s kitchen, flat screen TV’s, and plush beds with high quality linens. Outdoor seating options include a large covered porch and a patio seating by the BBQ. Park Place is only blocks from a variety of top-rated eateries, renowned wine tasting rooms, unique shopping options, and more! Very spacious and cozy, this home is the perfect spot for your wine country getaway!

  • Chalet Gris

    If you are looking for cozy, casual comfort for your stay in the Willamette Valley – whether you’re tasting wines or visiting friends and family – Chalet Gris is the place for you. The completely remodeled 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home is located in a quiet neighborhood less than a mile from downtown McMinnville and 2 blocks from Michelbook Country Club.  Our home offers a large covered patio, barbecue, fire pit and a peaceful garden. The family room can be closed off from the bustle of the house to provide a sanctuary for reading, sipping wine or just relaxing.

  • Wine Country Retreat

    Located just one block off of McMinnville’s famous 3rd Street, this Wine Country Farmhouse is perfect for those interested in staying right in the mix of all that is McMinnville. Within walking distance you will enjoy 17 wineries & tasting rooms, 34 unique restaurants, 7 tap rooms & breweries and wander 14 strollable blocks. This circa 1911 home has been lovingly cared for and features a beautiful country kitchen, equipped with all the necessities, furnished in the period of the home and roomy for group cooking and gathering. With three luxuriously furnished bedrooms, your group of family, friends (and even pets!) can enjoy this charming home and spacious backyard.

  • The Victorian on 10th

    The Victorian on 10th is an authentic turn of the century Queen Anne Victorian that has been renovated to include modern day comforts.  Located just a few blocks from McMinnville’s 3rd Street, this charming retreat is a perfect home base when visiting McMinnville’s outstanding wineries, micro-breweries and restaurants. Stay at The Victorian on 10th where your dogs are warmly welcomed and complimentary farm to table and local specialties are made available in your private fully equipped kitchen.

  • The Redwoods

    This tranquil mid-century home offers travelers a comfortable retreat, complete with croquet and badminton lawn, a summer room that looks out on the mini forest, and swimming pool! Relax on the patio or take a dip in the pool after touring Oregon’s wine country or cycling the many roads and trails. Located not far from McMinnville’s award-winning quaint downtown, you’ll have access to great restaurants, amazing local tasting rooms, and wonderful shopping.  This room is quiet and perfect for a couple enjoying all McMinnville has to offer!

  • Oregon Wine Zimmer

    This convenient rental provides a private exterior entrance to the full upstairs suite of a classic 1950’s home. Enjoy peace and quiet in your 900 square feet, two bedroom, one bath, living room home. The Wine Zimmer is only 13 short walking blocks to historic downtown McMinnville, past classic, warm residential streets. Perfect for one couple or two who want to experience all the wonders of the Willamette Valley but don’t want to break the bank. Plan to enjoy meals out as this property has no kitchen access, and let the Oregon Wine Zimmer be your place of rest.

  • McMinnville Manor

    This historic Victorian house built in 1892 is truly a unique gem in the great city of McMinnville. McMinnville Manor is located just blocks from the best tasting rooms, restaurants, parks, grocery stores, coffee shops & boutique shopping available in the whole of Oregon wine country. Linfield College is just minutes away by foot or car & the Air & Space Museum & water park is less than 4 miles away. A lush patio space, warm finishes and furnishings, original art, claw foot tubs, crystal chandeliers, and modern amenities make this house for 8 a perfect location for your next unforgettable Oregon escape.

  • Maple & Thorn

    This lovely restored 1909 craftsman home is located only two blocks off downtown 3rd Street in one of the oldest neighborhoods in McMinnville.  This home has three bedrooms and two full bathrooms and is perfect for a family vacation (the largest playground in town is just across the street) or for a couple’s getaway (you can easily walk to some of the best restaurants and bars in the whole valley).  Charming touches like a claw foot tub, a koi pond, and a bountiful garden make this home a great place to stay and play in the heart of Oregon wine country.

  • Heart of Oregon Pinot Noir Region

    Historically a bed and breakfast, this home is both romantic and relaxing. With a working wood fire place, and access to the entire top floor, including a library and sun room, guests can take full advantage of the cozy corners of the space in full privacy. With a newly renovated master bathroom complete with skylights and other charming additions to the home, you can relax here before heading out to enjoy the best of the Pacific Northwest.

  • Garden Cottage

    The Garden Cottage is located within walking distance to the historic downtown 3rd Street, filled with galleries, restaurants, shops, antiques, and new tasting rooms that are popping up everywhere! It is close to Linfield College, less than an hour from the city lights of Portland, and 50 minutes from a bowl of clam chowder on the Pacific Ocean. Add another hour and you can be skiing down Mt. Hood. 30 minutes takes you to Oregon’s capital of Salem. Relax in a quaint and cozy cottage for two, sit on your own porch overlooking a private big back yard, sit by a fire, have a picnic or BBQ and plan your next day’s excursions in this beautiful Willamette Valley.

  • Downtown McMinnville Retreat

    Relax in this sweet 1940’s home and enjoy using your own private hot tub after your adventures in our wonderful wine country! The back deck has a 5 person hot tub, a large BBQ, an outdoor table for 6 and Adirondack chairs under a beautiful Dogwood tree. This home is on the edge of historic downtown McMinnville in the heart of the Willamette Valley wine country, within walking distance of great restaurants, wine bars, boutiques and antique shops.  Three bedrooms and lovely touches like wine country decor, a wood burning fireplace, and a down-wrapped L-shaped sofa with ottoman make this a perfect getaway with access to all McMinnville has to offer.

  • Daniel Street Lodge

    This lodge style home in the heart of McMinnville sits on a very quiet and private two acres and is located just .4 miles from historic 3rd Street. Surrounded by large oaks and towering fir trees, Daniel Street Lodge is an oasis of peace. The house features a living room, dining room and kitchen beautifully furnished with mission style furniture, and is accented with a variety of locally created art work. The cherry wood dining room table can seat 14 people, and a rock fireplace makes for a very cozy atmosphere. With five bedrooms, the size, accommodations, and the private environment of this house make it a perfect place for large groups, corporate retreats, and family reunions.

  • Brooks Street House

    Let the rolling green hills of Oregon wine country take you away. Set against the backdrop of the verdant Willamette Valley, the Brooks Street House, originally built in the late 1800s, is a perfect getaway. In a town with turn-of-the-century charm at every corner, this renovated farmhouse is a vintage luxury retreat. The Brooks Street House was been completely remodeled in 2013 and designed with you in mind. A warm, open living room, a fully stocked kitchen, and bedrooms designed with precise attention to detail offer instant relief from the stresses of day-to-day life. So come in, take off your shoes and let the enchantment of the Willamette Valley seep in during your Brooks Street House stay.

  • Bill’s AirBnB

    Enjoy your night’s stay in this spacious and luxurious king suite, with and additional private bonus room!  This lovely home is located on the edge of McMinnville and has a beautiful view of the Coast Range Mountains. The space sleeps 4 with an AirComfort sleeper sofa in the bonus room. Before you head out for wine tasting or a visit to McMinnville’s charming downtown, enjoy a relaxing morning with a continental breakfast in the nook.

  • ArtzHouse

    This incredible ‘Smart Home’ (built as a 1985 showpiece) is the perfect backdrop for a number of original watercolors and oils as well as limited edition prints by Rick Schanche, owner of ArtzHouse.  This home is in SW McMinnville, only a mile and a half from historic downtown in the heart of wine country. Located on Cozine Creek, you can open the front door and hear the babbling brook. ArtzHouse is truly a home with a soul, private and secluded yet in a neighborhood, surrounded by lush grounds, and conveniently located near Evergreen Aviation Museum and great restaurants. ArtzHouse is ideal as a base for exploring McMinnville and wine country for the weekend or longer.

  • Aime House

    Aime House is in a great central location to those who want to experience the six Yamhill Valley AVA regions: Yamhill-Carlton, Dundee Hills, McMinnville, Eola-Amity Hills, Chehalem Mountains and Ribbon Ridge, and is just minutes away from downtown McMinnville, Oregon’s Favorite Main Street, and tEvergreen Aviation & Space Museum, home of the infamous Spruce Goose.  The home offers five bedrooms, including two master suites. All five bedrooms are beautifully decorated and will sleep 10 comfortably. Aime House also has a covered patio and BBQ. You can enjoy a glass of wine as you sit and relax overlooking the beautiful gardens that surround the home or BBQ with friends.

  • Wine Country Bungalow

    Our cherished and fully restored (circa 1912) Wine Country Bungalow offers a perfect haven and retreat for the distinctive traveler. Located in historic downtown McMinnville, (the epicenter of wine country) and within walking distance of the City’s most celebrated restaurants, wine bars, boutiques and antiques shops, we’re sure you’ll get a fantastic feel of all that is ‘McMinnville’. Within the house are two units, a separated and private basement apartment, and the Wine County Bungalow unit which occupies the main floor. The Wine Country Bungalow unit features 2 bedrooms, a king and a queen and one shared bathroom. Additionally, the living room has a sofa couch which will accommodate two additional guests. All guests are treated with a special welcome package.

  • Bob House

    The Bob House is great for family reunions, girls’ weekends, or group wine tasting. Located 2 blocks from downtown McMinnville, it’s a perfect location for all your vacation needs. The Bob House is fully furnished and accommodates up to 12 people. It has the feeling of home with 3 full bedrooms, a formal living room and dining room and fully equipped large kitchen to support feeding big groups. The home also features a family room with a fireplace, HD TV, and wireless connectivity. Month to month reservations are available. Housekeeping services available for more than one week stay. Managed by Mick and Holli Wagner, who live 2 blocks away for easy access during your visit.

  • Ferris House

    The Ferris House is a 2+ bedroom Victorian home, built circa 1890, listed on the historic register, restored with all the modern conveniences and comforts. Located in the historic downtown, walking distance to all the great restaurants, art galleries, shopping and wine tasting. The Ferris House is fully equipped with all the essentials to make your stay in McMinnville memorable! It is perfect for small groups and a great place to connect with history and nature.  The house sleeps 6 people total, with 2 full bedrooms and a loft\office with a custom pull out. Furnished with a country kitchen and formal living room this is a lovely place to meet up with friends and enjoy the wine country.

  • Oregon Wine Cottage

    Designed for people who “appreciate sophistication and elegance,” the Oregon Wine Cottage comprises two bedrooms and two private bathrooms along with a fully outfitted kitchen. The owners do not allow children or pets, so the Oregon Wine Cottage is an optimal option for romantic weekend getaways to Oregon wine country. The home was built in 1949 and retains all the charming features of that era, along with modern luxuries like a soaking tub and a two-person shower. An additional payment will get guests a romance package with champagne, chocolates and a certificate for a free breakfast.

  • Olde Stone Village RV Park

    Roll that RV right into McMinnville because the Olde Stone Village RV Park has got the room and the primo location for all travelers on the go. Situated right next door to the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum and the Wings and Waves Water Park, families who love RV camping will be set for their whole visit. Long-term guests will find that they have quick access to the Willamette Valley Medical Center as well as golf courses, cycling routes and wineries. The RV park boasts a long list of amenities such as a clubhouse, laundry facilities, free wi-fi and a heated pool.

  • Twisted Willow Inn

    Another gorgeous Victorian-style home in the heart of McMinnville, the Twisted Willow Inn features lush gardens and light-filled rooms. The rental space on the second floor includes two bedrooms and two baths. One of the bedrooms opens onto a cute balcony where visitors can enjoy the surroundings. There’s a breakfast each morning that earns high praise from previous guests, and hostess June seems to have charmed them all. The house is just a few blocks from 3rd Street and its wonderful eateries and inviting tasting rooms.

  • The Pinot Quarters

    Boutique lodging doesn’t get any more quaint than The Pinot Quarters, a large yellow Victorian surrounded by picturesque trees and a wide porch. The rental space is the second floor of the home, and it has two bedrooms, a living room and bathroom. Slated to sleep up to four people, The Pinot Quarters also includes a full kitchen and outdoor patio. As the name would seem to indicate, the concierge can set visitors up with unique winery experiences as requested. The home is within walking distance of many of McMinnville hot spots.

  • Red Lion Inn & Suites

    Red Lion is known for its collection of clean and optimally located hotels across the nation, and the McMinnville location is no exception. The inn and suites on the south end of town comprise 67 rooms with pillow-top beds, pet-friendly policies and updated décor. There’s a complimentary breakfast each morning, and an indoor pool and hot tub. The hotel has meeting facilities, and local caterers are allowed to bring food in. Guests who want to wine-taste their way to the Oregon Coast or visit the state Capitol in Salem can hop on the highway from the hotel.

  • Motel 6

    This budget hotel has gotten a makeover in McMinnville and now features modern rooms with minimalist décor. Bathrooms boast granite countertops and vessel sinks. Rooms have microwaves and refrigerators for additional convenience during long-term stays. Visitors who only need basic amenities before they are out the door for their next cycling escapade or trip to the indoor water park will find the Motel 6 offers just the right amount of comfort. Situated at the junction of several area highways, this hotel makes regional travel a cinch.

  • McMinnville Inn

    This hotel offers a conventional hotel format with 59 guest rooms and all the expected amenities. There is complimentary breakfast each morning for guests and plenty of room in the parking lot for large tour buses and semi-trucks. Pets are welcome as well with a small additional fee. The inn is located right near Highway 99, which is a travel route to many of the area’s attractions and wineries. Group rates and a business center are other optional services at the McMinnville Inn.

  • McMenamins Hotel Oregon

    During a May weekend each year, McMenamins Hotel Oregon becomes ground zero for the UFO Festival, which commemorates an alleged sighting near McMinnville in 1950 that was made famous in Life magazine. But all the other weeks of the year are a great time to stay in this historic hotel, too. McMenamins is a Northwest brewery that buys and refurbishes old buildings to turn them into quirky pubs. Hotel Oregon features a ground-floor restaurant and rooftop bar with four floors and 42 rooms in between. It’s ideally located on the corner of 3rd and Evans.

  • Martha’s Vineyard West

    This charming bed and breakfast is owned by a woman named Martha who works at a nearby vineyard, hence the name of the lodging option. The house, which is more than 100 years old, is located on Villard Street in McMinnville, making it centrally located for area adventures. There are three rooms available for rent, one with a private ensuite bathroom, and two others that share a bathroom upstairs. Guests can enjoy an extensive continental breakfast each morning, either indoors or outside in the home’s delightful garden.

  • La Rambla Loft

    The award-winning Spanish food at La Rambla restaurant in downtown McMinnville is notable enough, but visitors can find an added element of wonder in the beautifully appointed apartment lodging upstairs. The loft features a full kitchen, exposed brick walls and comfy bedrooms in a space that can accommodate up to six guests. Just steps from all the excitement McMinnville has to offer, the loft also is within walking distance to many services such as the library and coffee shops. Plus, the apartment boasts two cozy fireplaces and a walk-in tiled shower.

  • GuestHouse Vineyard Inn

    A member of the Red Lion group of hotels, the GuestHouse Vineyard Inn offers many of the amenities visitors have come to expect from that company. Free continental breakfast, an indoor pool and free Internet access are just some of the conveniences guests will enjoy during a stay in the heart of Oregon wine country. GuestHouse has 65 rooms and allows pets for a small fee. Large groups can request a discounted room rate by contacting the hotel directly. For wine-touring groups, the parking lot can accommodate buses.

  • Comfort Inn & Suites

    With easy access to local amenities and travel routes, Comfort Inns and Suites offers a familiar option for McMinnville lodging. The hotel is ideal for travelers, vacationers and business people alike with its numerous rooms and office machines. Guests can enjoy a free continental breakfast every morning along with a pool, fitness center and pet-friendly policy. The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum and its water park are just minutes away, or visitors can explore countless area wineries in the nearby hills.

  • A’Tuscan Estate Bed & Breakfast

    This European-style gem on Evans Street in McMinnville shelters six enchanting guest suites within its walls. Each unit includes a private bathroom, and the room options range from a cozy, intimate space to a larger apartment that fills the first floor. Owners Jacques and Liz Rolland garner praise for their hospitality and knowledge about the area. Jacques is an award-winning author and chef who wows guests each morning with a truly decadent breakfast featuring fresh, local ingredients. The bed and breakfast is within walking distance to many attractions.

  • 3rd Street Flats-Historic McMinnville Bank

    Just steps away from the Odd Fellows Lodge building, the second story of the Historic McMinnville Bank building houses the other four boutique rooms in the 3rd Street Flats collection. Intended as intimate hideaways for groups of two, these charming spaces feature works by local artists, well-appointed rooms and full kitchens. Their location above the downtown area makes these flats perfectly situated for exploring the fine dining, entertainment and winery tasting room opportunities down on 3rd Street level. (Doreen Wynja Photographer courtesy Third Street Flats)

  • 3rd Street Flats-Odd Fellows Lodge

    The amazing transformation of historical buildings in downtown McMinnville has yielded a collection of elegant boutique lodging choices. There are seven flats in the Odd Fellows Lodge building, each with its own charming theme that melds beautifully with the features of the 1909 structure. The lodge flats have options for couples as well as larger groups up to six people. Choose one of these gorgeous flats, and you’ll find a delightful retreat that overlooks “Oregon’s Favorite Main Street” and discover an ideal hub from which to explore it. (Doreen Wynja Photographer courtesy Third Street Flats)

  • 1330 Ford

    Just blocks from 3rd Street in Historic Downtown McMinnville, this charming 1940’s vintage home has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. It sleeps six people comfortably, so it makes a great base from which to stage your exploration of the area. The décor is fun and functional, and the full kitchen and spacious backyard make it an ideal place to hang out in between adventures. Well-behaved dogs are welcome, and the yard is fenced for security. Wi-fi, a washer and dryer, and linens are included.

  • Galloway Place

    A charming craftsman style apartment located in the heart of wine country. Galloway Place comfortably fits two and is centrally located to downtown McMinnville, just two blocks from access to wine tasting rooms, restaurants and retail shopping. McMinnville is a very charming town – 3rd Street was picked as the Most Charming Small Town Boulevard West of the Rockies by Parade Magazine – and Yamhill County is noted for its’ Pinot Noir grape, producing some of the finest wine in the world.