The Surrey Room at Blooming Dales Farm offers elegant farm-Victorian accommodations in a rural setting. Views of the Cascade and Coast ranges in Oregon's wine country. Easy access from Portland or Salem and 40 minutes from the Pacific Ocean.
The Surrey Room in the Carriage House at Blooming Dales Farm has a beautiful queen-size solid Mahogany bed with matching wood night stands and Tiffany-style glass lamps, wool rugs and hardwood flooring. It has its own thermostat for your convenience as well as TV and wireless internet. The private bathroom is well appointed with a beautiful granite wash stand and porcelain tub with shower. Guests can also share the conveniences of the great-room space including kitchenette with refrigerator, coffee maker and microwave, decorative cast iron gas fireplace and library. Breakfast is served on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Breakfast is not available on weekdays. Note that the Carriage House does not have a cooking stove or oven.
Guests are welcome to visit the barns, with prior permission, to see our rare Dales Ponies. Depending upon field conditions you can also walk the trails in our 10 acres of woods or try catching a bass in one of our ponds.
Breakfast is available on Saturday and Sunday mornings in the main house dining room or in the kitchen nook of the Carriage House. We want your stay to be as good as it can be so please let us know, before you arrive, if you have special dietary needs.
-Single room pricing is based on double occupancy, no additional guests
-No pets are allowed on the property.
-No unregistered guests are allowed on the property
-No smoking in any buildings
-Absolutely no drugs, including marijuana, allowed on the property
-Children under 18 years of age are welcome only when the Carriage House is being reserved in its entirety. Please see our separate listing if you would like to rent the entire Carriage House.
On our small farm we grow 40 acres of grass hay each year (about 100 tons) and raise a wonderful and rare breed of ponies. Dales ponies are from northern England and are the largest of the native English breeds. They are good natured and at about 1100 pounds, large enough for adults to ride. We have been farming for 29 years and have lived at our current location since 1995. We are blessed to live in a beautiful place and enjoy getting to know our guests and sharing this place with them.