Century House of Salem, OR.
A Bed & Breakfast
292 17th St. S.E.
(At the corner of Trade & 17th Streets S.E.)
Salem, Oregon 97301
Phone: 503-884-7062 (call or text)
GPS coordinates are 44.933395 -123.020716
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Only $20 each.
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From an original painting by local artist Carol Murphy.
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Trip Advisor has rated Century House the #1 Bed & Breakfast in Salem, OR. for 2017!!!
"Century House is a gem and the only place one should consider when in Salem. A beautiful heritage home with an owner who personifies customer service. All details covered including the best nights sleep ever. First Class all around." -- Bill D.
|When the Century House was built in 1912, it was on the outskirts of a growing city. Now in the heart of Salem, it’s within walking distance to the Oregon State Capitol, two universities, six museums, three city parks, and numerous art galleries. It’s one mile from Historic Downtown and the Willamette River, and a short drive to many choices of shopping and dozens of wineries. Salem is a perfect central location for day trips around the Willamette Valley, to the Cascade Mountains, or to the Oregon Coast. See below for a link to local places to visit. On a special note, Century House is just 1/2 mile from the Willamette Scenic Bikeway. (Here is a link to all of Oregon's Scenic Bikeways.)
Your hostess, Jean Brougher, invites you to come home
at the end of your day and be spoiled at the Century House.
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NOTE! Openings now available for graduation 2018.
|Comments from Guests
"Jean cooks a mean breakfast and a GREAT cup of coffee."
"the backyard was a magical place to relax..."
"Century House was a delightful ending to our incredible trip to the Pacific Northwest."
|Globetrotters and Staycationers:
From as far away as Holland, Latvia, and New Zealand... and as close by as Portland, Albany, Eugene and Bend!
Consider Century House for your next far-away adventure, or a special close-by getaway.
What's for breakfast?
Century House hostess Jean Brougher is enthusiastically able to accommodate most diets and food preferences.
With few exceptions, all dishes are homemade, with fresh/local-when-feasible ingredients.
Even many of the flours are fresh-ground in the Vitamix(R).
Fresh-ground coffee from local roasters.
"Exquisite service and attention to detail..." Ani R.
The Living Area of the Common Room
Extra Sitting/Playroom Upstairs
The Dining Area of the Common Room