Newberg to McMinnville, Yamhill Valley Lodging
Newberg area lodging partners:
Inn at Red Hills – Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-503-538-7666
Le Puy A Wine Country Inn – Reserve via our website, email email@example.com, or call 1-503-554-9528
Youngberg Hill Inn B&B – Inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org or call to reserve (503) 472-2727 or (888) 657-8668
Chehalem Ridge Bed & Breakfast – Visit our website or call to reserve (503) 538-3474
The Allison Inn & Spa – Saturday and Sunday only. Please call to reserve (503) 554-2525 or (877) 294-2525
The Newberg Trolley will again shuttle people to and from activities at our hub at the Chehalem Cultural Center for weekend guests staying with our lodging partners in the Newberg/Dundee area. OTF is grateful to our partners at the Chehalem Valley Chamber of Commerce for providing this valuable free service for OTF guests.
For more lodging options in the Yamhill Valley, please contact the Chehalem Valley Chamber of Commerce. (503) 538-2014
McMinnville, in the heart of Oregon wine country, is home to a wide range of accommodations for any travel or style need. From posh flats in our vibrant downtown with quick access to area dining, shopping, and activities, to spacious historic home rentals that lay on the charm – McMinnville’s many lodging options will put you at ease and put you close to Festival dinners and events.
Complimentary transportation between the festival hub at the CCC and other area festival events is available for those guests staying with one of our McMinnville area lodging partners.
Eugene Lodging: Hilton Eugene
Our 2017 host hotel is the newly remodeled Hilton Eugene. The Hilton provides free shuttle service to and from all Eugene airport flights and true to the spirit of the Oregon Truffle Festival, it is a dog-friendly hotel. Most weekend events are in and around Lane County, Oregon. Events sold out very quickly in 2016, so don’t wait until the last minute to buy.
The Hilton is also the site of Festival Registration, which opens on Thursday afternoon, January 26th, as well as all the seminars and lectures on Friday, the Grand Truffle Dinner on Saturday evening, and Sunday’s Oregon Truffle Marketplace.