Old Parkdale Inn

A Hood River Valley Bed and Breakfast


THE BLOG

Book Direct Banner with red barn and Mt Hood

By Mary Pellegrini

Book Direct is a trending thing we can all embrace and benefit from. Book Direct at the Old Parkdale Inn and you will enjoy many perks and amenities that you would not have access to when booking through a travel agency. Not to mention, you will almost always pay less! And receive so much more. …

By Mary Pellegrini

There’s no shortage of things to do in Oregon! And certainly not a shortage near the Old Parkdale Inn in the Hood River Valley. How many of these authentic Oregon experiences can you cross off your list while you’re here? These are but a few you can cross off right here near the Old Parkdale …

Holiday shopping in Hood River County

By Mary Pellegrini

Get ready for festivities & holiday fun in Hood River County for the Holidays. A joyful winter wonderland with window displays, Small Business Saturday, and an exciting downtown festival with the annual tree lighting in Hood River. Hood River Holidays Winter Wonderland Join the community of Hood River to experience the small-town charm at the …

By Mary Pellegrini

Say farewell to summer in Parkdale, Oregon. Plan your end of summer escape that includes a stay at the Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast. We invite you to extend your summer season and leave the goodbyes for later! Enjoy the last days of the season with sunshine-filled days, a refreshing mountain breeze, and plenty …

Old Parkdale Inn

By Mary Pellegrini

What would you do if you only had 36 hours near Parkdale, Oregon? See? Eat? Where would you stay? Of course you’ll want to make a reservation at the Old Parkdale Inn so as to make the absolute most of your 36 hours in the Upper Hood River Valley Where to Eat Lunch in Parkdale …

facts about oregon

By Mary Pellegrini

Here are five fun and quirky facts about Oregon that most people don’t know. There’s a Llama to Love Did you know that Oregon residents own 25% of the total llama population in the whole United States? Most of the llamas are in Clackamas county, though they’re closely followed by Washington, Yamhill and Marion counties. …