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Hidden Woods is the only log cabin bed and breakfast in the Mount Hood area, just 25 minutes from the metopolis of Portland, Oregon. Hidden Woods is the perfect place to celebrate your holidays, special occasions, or a weekend getaway. Breakfast is served in the main house at the hour of your choice and includes oregano-herbed tomatoes served with warm brie and be followed by a broccoli quiche, locally made sausages, homemade cinnamon rolls or coffee cake, scones or biscuits, fresh fruits with sour cream and dates, blended banana smoothies and cups of steaming hot coffee or tea.

Location: 19380 E. Summertime Dr, Sandy Oregon 97055 Telephone 503-622-5754

Other Motels, Hotels, and Resorts nearby:
(Portland) 5th Avenue Suites Hotel
(Portland) Ace Hotel Portland
(Welches) All Seasons Property Management
(Aloha) American Motor Inn
(Scappoose) Barnstormer Inn/BB
(Boring) Bear Bay Lodge

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08/16 Coming to The Sandy area
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Rhododendron Days Florence OR May17-19 The annual celebration of the blooming of rhododendrons along the central Oregon Coast.
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