The Lanzarotta Bed & Breakfast: Luxury Meets Nature in Oregon!

the Lanzarotta Guest House in Eugene Oregon

The Lanzarotta Bed & Breakfast is a unique and special bed and breakfast in Eugene, Oregon. As we drove in on the windy country road, we were focused on spotting deer in the trees, that could dart in front of our car at any moment.

driving the country roads of Eugene Oregon

We were deep in the heart of nature, and the tall trees arching overhead like an urban barrel lining the sides of Hamm Road, felt like we were in a movie.

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Once we pulled onto the long gravel driveway leading to the Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast, we were greeted by 40 acres of Oregon forest stretching into the heart of  Southern Willamette Valley wine country.

the driveway of The Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast

The owners, Beth and Mark Lanzarotta, had a dream and wanted to share it with the world. Using wood harvested directly from their property, they built the Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast (most of it they built themselves) and added two luxury guest rooms. These rooms attach to their house, giving guests all the privacy of a hotel, with the warm feel of a four-star B&B.

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Rooms at The Lanzarotta Bed & Breakfast

Our room, the Pacific Yew Suite, was a literal treehouse. It’s the most romantic and sought-after room at the Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast, and we could hear sounds from the local wildlife all around. The suite is a large second-story room filled with handcrafted woodwork that’s so rustic and lovely.

the Pacific Yew Suite at Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast

The wood was milled right there on the property from the beautiful Pacific Yew trees, a slow-growing hardwood found in this unique area. All of the details in this suite felt so personal, and they were handcrafted by Mark.

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Despite the rustic feel, our suite was filled with modern amenities like Wi-Fi, satellite TV, a refrigerator, and a microwave (to name only a few!) The large kitchen and cozy sitting area gave us all the comforts of home. Lying in the king-size Tempurpedic bed and looking at the stars through the skylight was pretty magical.

the Pacific Yew Suite at Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast has lots of natural light

The suite was flooded with natural light. The forest views from the wrap-around deck made the space feel like a sunlit sanctuary as we rested after our long drive. Beth and Mark’s passion for the Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast and local craftsmanship shows in every detail.

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The other part of B(ed) is the B(reakfast) and oh my, what a treat! Beth whips up fresh homemade treats, with juice and coffee each morning at 8.30am. The breakfast room is bright and welcoming and simply begs you to linger.

the breakfast room at the Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast

We lingered over breakfast and learned all about Beth and Mark’s story as we chatted together and sipped our coffee. One of our favorite parts about traveling is getting to meet interesting and lovely people from around the world and to listen to their stories.

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The setting was spectacular, the room was wonderful, and the Lanzarotta’s are perfect hosts.

review of the Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast in Eugene Oregon

If you find yourself in Eugene, Oregon, make sure to visit The Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast. Here are some other things you absolutely must do:

Top 5 Things to Do in Eugene, Oregon

1. Visit the Local Oregon Wineries

Kings Estate Winery is about 4 miles away from The Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast and is the largest biodynamic-certified vineyard in North America. In fact, the Southern Willamette Valley wine country is filled with local wineries. Each winery has its own unique charm and offer tastings that showcase the region’s best vintages. Sipping and savoring wine is perfect for a relaxing afternoon.

King Estate Winery in Eugene Oregon

2. Hike Through the Forest

If you love nature, Eugene is the place to be. There are hundreds of trails to explore in the lush forest for all levels, and hiking or walking on these trails is the perfect way to soak in the natural beauty of this area.

hiking in Eugene Oregon is fantastic

3. Visit Downtown Eugene

Downtown Eugene is about a 30-minute drive from the Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast and it has an eclectic mix of shops, cafes, and restaurants. It’s just a really cool place to be. The vibe here feels laidback and really gives you a feel for the local culture.

explore the covered bridges in Eugene Oregon

4. Explore the Covered Bridges

One of the best parts about Eugene is its lush forests and stunning outdoor scenery. Lane County has over 20 covered bridges dating back to 1920, and many are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These charming  bridges are picturesque and full of history. A fun day trip is to explore the countryside, find the covered bridges, and get your pictures for the gram.

Eugene Oregon has many historic covered bridges

5. Visit the University of Oregon

The University of Oregon is about a 25 minute drive from the Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast, and it’s definitely worth a visit. The campus is beautiful and filled with impressive architecture and lovely green spaces. Perfect to catch a college game or just wander the grounds and glimpse into the academic and athletic life of Eugene.

Our stay at The Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast was so lovely – a perfect blend of luxury, nature, and heartfelt hospitality. Our stay left us feeling relaxed and inspired to see more of this beautiful state – we’ll be sure to return when we’re next in the area.

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Lanzarotta Bed & Breakfast Booking Information

The Lanzarotta Bed and Breakfast
29179 Hamm Rd
Eugene, OR 97405

(541) 686-0336
[email protected]

Eugene forests and trees

Eugene is about 2 hours south of Portland and both places are worth a visit when you’re in Oregon. Here are the best things to do on a 3-day trip to Portland. If you’re interested in a wine country trip, you also may be interested in these articles:

Hotel Centro Sonoma – A Great Getaway to Wine Country

Girls Weekend Away: A Visit to Foxen Winery

The Best Things to See In Napa Valley

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