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Built in 1906, Lion and the Rose finds a place in the National Register of Historic Places, and is one of the most charismatic places to stay in the city. Each of the seven rooms invoke a quaint Victorian charm, with beautiful patterned wallpapers and period furnishings. The beautiful parlors and dining spaces also emulate the same historic charm and are perfect for meetings and private parties. Breakfast is served each morning at a large, antique table in a wood-paneled dining room with ornate cutlery. The hotel gives an impression of having stepped back in time, and is a charming place for a romantic weekend.
Everett Street Guesthouse gives you a pleasant stay experience in its 1907 structure. The guesthouse features two rooms and one studio and is well-facilitated with modern amenities to make you feel at home. Plonk yourself on the cozy bed and watch your favorite movie on the flat-screen television that is offered in both the rooms. The cottage studio features elegant furnishings and also has a patio garden to enjoy your evening tea with long conversations with your loved ones. Besides, the studio is facilitated with a kitchenette, washer and dryer, iPod and Cd player and a DVD library that takes care of your recreation. Everett Street Guesthouse impresses you with its excellent services and gives you an unforgettable experience to take back home.
Nestled in historic Irvington, this charming bed and breakfast occupies the Robert F. Lytle house, a Gothic Revival mansion which is a smaller version of the Washington DC White House. The rooms are tastefully furnished with antiques and rugs, and most have four-poster beds and private baths. Close to the trendy shops and restaurants of Broadway, Lloyd Center Mall and MAX light rail, Portland's White House offers a comfy stay at a great location.