Perched on a cliff overlooking the Columbia Gorge, this beautiful 1908 summer home, designed by architect A.E. Doyle (who also created the Multnomah Falls Lodge), sits in a stunning 3-acre magical land of ferns, fir trees, and water. There's a deck at the back of the house, fireplaces and river views in three of the rooms, great artwork throughout, and top-notch service, including hot coffee right waiting outside your door in the morning. Owner Allyson Pate proudly serves
"large, spoiling breakfasts," referring to her poached pears, blueberry pancakes, and butterscotch pecan rolls. Book well ahead in summer, especially on weekends—the property hosts many weddings.