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Holidays 2017

Holidays 2017

Each year Wendi subtlety changes the look of her Tea Room and Bed & Breakfast for the holidays. This year, snowflakes will surround the porch with a "JOY"ful welcome upstairs. Wendi and Dan are originally from Placerville, California, the home where the late artist, Thomas Kinkade, was raised. In a unique way, our presentation of The Painted Lady is an expression of the warmth, love of home and the sense of security small town living provides. We hope you visit our Tea Room and stay in our B & B. To make your reservation, call (541) 733-7646.

We believe you will enjoy your visit to our Tea Room and Bed & Breakfast.
The cold outside our home is contrasted with the warmth inside and with the lighting both inside and outside. Our colors are earthly and playful. To us, the outside is just a tease for what you will experience the moment you walk into our downstairs Tea Room or upstairs Bed & Breakfast.
Morning coffee, or evening beverage, this is the place to be, to talk, to remember
For over 100 years, residents and guests have enjoyed the view of Myrtle Creek and the surrounding mountains from this time-honored porch.
Stroll along the porch and take in the spirit of the season right off I-5 in Southern Oregon -
The Painted Lady has many things pleasing to the eye especially during Christmas time.
Nutcracker... It's a Wonderful Life... Handel's Messiah...O' Little Town of Bethlehem... Frosty the Snowman and so many other special holidaty experiences at The Painted Lady.
Memories surface all over The Painted Lady during the Christmas season. We hope to earn your patronage and for you to experience a special occasion with us!
The Christmas glow at The Painted Lady
The Painted Lady B & B and Tea Room at Christmas, Myrtle Creek, Oregon
The evening brings unique looks at our B & B
The perfect Christmas moment is caught in Myrtle Creek, Or at The Painted Lady –
The wonder of Christmas in Southern Oregon
The historic Simon Selig home looking glorious in a Christmas snow for the holidays.