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The Briar Rose Inn Bed and Breakfast is a 1908 Craftsman style home listed on the Local Historic Register. It's beauty and original design has been preserved for over 100 years and the instant you step in you'll feel as if you've traveled back in time.
Why stay in a stuffy tiny room when you can stay in luxury at the Briar Rose Inn? Located in the heart of historic downtown Vancouver, Washington, you're just walking distance away from...
The Hilton Convention Center
The beautiful & very green Esther Short Park
Our wonderful & famous Farmer's Market
The historic Clark County Court House
All the beautiful houses that are along Officer's Row
And don't forget all the wonderful local shops & restaurants!
Best of all, we're only 15 minutes away from Portland International Airport and just 10 blocks away from the Vancouver Amtrak station! We're easy to get to!
You will appreciate the convenience of walking in the historic neighborhood as you set out for dinner, or to a local brewpub or even the popular Starbucks. With the beautiful weather the Pacific Northwest normally has... cool clear nights, starlit skies and sunny days, this is a very romantic setting to take your loved one.
The Inn can be your headquarters for exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest which includes the metro Portland area, the Columbia River Gorge, Mt. Hood, Mt. Saint Helens or the Pacific Ocean!
The Briar Rose Inn is available for special events, meetings, reunions, seminars and retreats. When you visit the Briar Rose Inn you will relax and enjoy the architecture and charm of a historic home built in 1908 when Vancouver was a small town.
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created April 10, 2013
updated April 11, 2013