Le Puy A Wine Valley Inn Offers A Modern B&B for Oregon Wine Country Built by two resident architects, Le Puy was designed to make your wine country excursion as relaxing and rebalancing as possible. BY TOURING & TASTING
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“ Since Lea and Andy’s intention is relaxation and rebalance, breakfast is served within a window of time at individual tables, to suit the needs and whims of every guest.”
With a romantic and tranquil setting, organic cuisine, and a spa-like atmosphere, Le Puy A Wine Valley Inn provides everything one needs to relax and rebalance in the heart of Northern Willamette Valley Wine Country. Although this beautiful oasis may first sound like a traditional bed and breakfast, with a home-like atmosphere and owners in residence, Le Puy is a more modern, "new age" B&B, geared to suit the needs of today’s discerning traveler.
Designed by owner/residents Lea Duffy and Andy Kosusko, who are both architects, the inn demonstrates the principles of feng shui in colors, furnishings, and décor. Each of the eight spacious guestrooms features its own private bath, Tempur-Pedic bed, mini refrigerator, LCD/Blu-ray player, and spa-like amenities. Every guestroom also offers a singular view of the breathtaking countryside, which includes a panoramic view of Chehalem Ridge and peeks of the Coastal Range, Mount Hood, and Mount Jefferson. Beyond their lusciously appointed rooms, guests enjoy spending time in several inviting common areas including The Loire Room, with satellite television and exercise machines, and The Great Room, featuring a mighty stone fireplace and a large balcony with a vista view.
Le Puy’s spectacular surroundings provide guests with much more than stunning scenery. Each morning, a full breakfast made from fresh eggs, fruits, vegetables, meats, jams, and more—sourced from local organic farmers and producers—is served. Since Lea and Andy’s intention is relaxation and rebalance, breakfast is served within a window of time at individual tables, to suit the needs and whims of every guest.
Beyond providing guests with a beautiful spa-like environment in a picturesque location and fabulous breakfasts to start each day, Lea and Andy have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the surrounding wine country. After all, this is their home, and they are eager to introduce their guests to local wines, sites, and restaurants as they unwind in Willamette Valley Wine Country.
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