Categories: Recreation

$390 – Romance and Wine Tasting at Timberline Lodge

Region: Mt. Hood

Place: Government Camp

Package Dates: Ongoing

Length of Stay: Any time

Lodging: Timberline Lodge- Fireplace room, Corner room, Queen room

Includes: Private wine tasting and appetizers presented by the Lodge’s executive chef, Jason Stoller Smith


About Timberline Lodge:

With its rough-cut stones and exposed timbers, the Timberline Lodge is a special place any time of the year. In the winter, with fireplaces ablaze and skiing just out the door, this 1930s lodge is nothing short of magical. For a real treat, time your visit with one of Timberline’s monthly Winemaker’s Dinners at the Silcox Hut. You’ll travel by Snowcat to the historic annex for a six-course dinner paired with Oregon wine and hosted by the winemakers.


Room Descriptions:

Fireplace Suite

The Fireplace guest rooms, uniquely decorated with original handcrafted furniture, fabrics and rugs, come with king beds (some with additional twins) and provide in-room coffee pot, a sitting area and real wood-burning fireplace.  Each includes a private bath (some with tubs), TV, telephone, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, alarm clock, fan, heater and complimentary toiletries.

Corner Room

Each room includes a king bed and two twin beds, a private bath with shower, TV, telephone, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, alarm clock, fan, heater and complimentary toiletries. Some rooms offer a sofa and sitting area.

Queen Room

Queen rooms have either one queen bed, a queen and a double, or a queen and a twin. All offer a private bath with shower, TV, telephone, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, alarm clock, fan, heater and complimentary toiletries.

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