September 18, 2018
Drop Dead Savings are back at the Old Parkdale inn
By: Mary Pellegrini
Drop Dead Savings are back at the Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast. We invite you to Stay two nights, mid-week in October at the Old Parkdale Inn for only $115 per night! Any room, midweek, Sunday through Thursday at the Old Parkdale Inn that comes with our hearty Northwest Breakfast, of course. Adds up to about a 25% savings. We’ll even send you home with a set of Old Parkdale Inn signature beverage glasses.
Visit the Hood River Valley in the Fall. Tour the valley and stop in at the fruit stands, alpaca and lavender farms, and wineries on the Fruit Loop. Less crowds during the week. More apples and pears for you to taste and take home. The Mt Hood National Forest is just minutes away where the awesome fall foliage has begun to put on a show. A little bit later in the month, after the harvest is in, the acres and acres of fruit trees begin to turn. Or you may just want to relax in our gardens, a throw over your lap, watching the family of quail that have called our garden home this summer. These savings come once a year. Hope to see you next month!
Reserve your Stay Now
When calling in a reservation mention Drop Dead Savings to take advantage of this great offer.
Or select ‘Drop Down Savings’ when reserving your room online. Two night minimum.
Reservations subject to availability. Does not include state and county lodging taxes and cannot be combined with
any other deal, special or promotion
Let us be home base for exploring and enjoying the Hood River Valley and Mt Hood National Forest. After a full day, you’ll love the peace and tranquility of the Old Parkdale Inn. Relax in the gardens, perhaps with a glass of wine from a bottle you picked up at a local winery or our wine cabinet. We can even have a bonfire, roast some s’mores, if you’d like. Outdoor adventures such as kayaking, windsurfing, skiing, snowboarding, and hiking await. Mt. Hood Meadows, Cooper Spur Mountain Resort, and Timberline Ski areas are only a short drive away, as is the vast Mt. Hood National Forest where trails and wildlife abound.