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Oregon Garden Resort
Relaxation Is in Season at The Oregon Garden
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- A One-Night Stay for Two, Sundays through Thursdays ($149) or Fridays and Saturdays ($189)
- Breakfast for Two
- Admission for Two to The Oregon Garden
- Two Entrées and a Bottle of House Wine at the Garden View Restaurant
- Choice of One 50-Minute Massage or 50-Minute Facial
- Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Three Nights
Just because it's winter doesn't mean your holiday getaway shouldn't blossom. Bring a bud along and plant yourselves at the Oregon Garden Resort. You'll flourish at the picturesque Silverton resort, just 25 minutes from Salem.
Here, guest rooms boast private patios with serene views of The Oregon Garden and Willamette Valley.
Mere steps away from the resort is The Oregon Garden, an 80-acre botanical garden with so many plant species that something is always blooming. Admire the 100-foot-tall, 400-year-old Signature Oak tree during a stroll through the Oak Grove, or check out miniature evergreens from around the world in the Conifer Garden. Of course, the plants of the indoor Tropical House stay nice and toasty all year.
After your stroll in the garden, visit the on-site Moonstone Spa. You'll step into the sanctuary of relaxation when you choose one of the many rejuvenating body treatments. Massages, facials, pedicures, and other therapeutic spa services will leave your stems feeling relaxed and restored.
Dinnertime calls for a table for two at the Garden View Restaurant, where you can sample local cuisine like the Pacific Northwest salmon topped with blueberries and a white balsamic ginger reduction. After you've had your fill, grab a nightcap at the Fireside Lounge and sway to the nightly live music.
Venture outside the resort to see "some local family-run wineries or walk around downtown Silverton to peek into shops selling antiques, art, and knickknacks," suggests AAA's Via magazine. After this Escape, we have a feeling you'll want to take root for good.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON March 24, 2022
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON March 31, 2013