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.
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.
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 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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