About our B & B

About our B & B

Historic Painted Lady in Myrtle Creek, Or
Windmills and colors welcome our guests –

The Painted Lady Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room is a wonderful display of Innkeeper¬†Wendi Jocoy’s passion for the historic and vintage look and feel.

Drawing upon the circa 1900 Simon Selig’s home in Myrtle Creek, Oregon, Wendi has created a¬†mosaic of images, displays and artistry in her presentation of The Painted Lady.

The outside garden, inside tea room and upstairs bed & breakfast are demonstrations of Wendi’s desire to present the beauty and color of history in small town America. The watercolor (top photo) of The Painted Lady was presented to Wendi by local artist, Helen Fortner of Canyonville, Oregon.

We think you will be really surprised in our Tea Room!
Our Tea Room is has become a destination location.

 

Myrtle Creek, Oregon historic home off I-5 and the Oregon Trail
Our rooms are decorated for Valentine’s, Spring, the fourth of July, Halloween and Christmas –
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231 NW Third Ave in Myrtle Creek, Or
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Vintage look and feel is out in front at The Painted Lady B & B and Tea Room

4 thoughts on “About our B & B

  1. Looking for a place to stay 9/22-9/23. Do you have any availability? If you don’t, do you have any other recommendations for places to stay in the area?

  2. Yes, we have another room. It is a shared bathroom (we remodel this December). You have your choice of a full-size bed (Minnie’s room) or a queen-size (Henrietta’s). Both beds are very comfortable and Wendi prepared a wonderful breakfast. Call 541-733-7646 if you would like to reserve either room – thank you!

  3. Thank you Betty! We appreciate you inquiring. Our hours for our tea room is each Thursday-Saturday – 11am-3pm (it is listed on our Tea Room page on this web-site). We look forward to having you!

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