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Enjoy Springtime Blooms in Willamette Valley Wine Country at Feathered Nest!

Brought to you by Sharon Freeman - Host and Certified Sommelier INSIDER -

Sharon Freeman, Chef/Caterer and Sommelier, Feathered NestSpring is one of the loveliest seasons to visit wine country in the Willamette Valley. Native trees and flowers begin to bloom around every corner, including "bud-break" in the valley's vineyards. Vines begin the process of budding in March, which is a very exciting time for anyone who grows grapes—or enjoys wine made from them!

Sharon's spacious farmhouse, Feathered Nest, features a wraparound porch, the perfect place to take in springtime vineyard views and local wildlife. The farmhouse combines the comfort of a five-star hotel, but with privacy on two acres in the country among beautiful vineyards. If mornings are still a bit chilly to sit outside and revel in the sunrise, cook a large country breakfast in the open kitchen and enjoy your coffee in the outdoor, enclosed sun room by the fireplace!

Feathered Nest is minutes from spring festivals like the Newberg Camellia Festival and 5K/10K Run on Saturday, April 8, a celebration of the city's beautiful official flower, and the Taste of Dundee Block Party Saturday, May 6, featuring 40 local wines to kick off the events of Oregon Wine Month. You can explore the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival, a short drive away, from March 24-April 30 or see and smell the beautiful, fragrant flowers at Heirloom Roses in St. Paul, Oregon. Why not book your stay at Feathered Nest today at VRBO.com, listing number #711790, or by searching for "Country Charm 2-acre Vineyard Views" on Airbnb.com.



Listing #711790


Listing - Country Charm 2-acre Vineyard Views