Newberg, Oregon – What to Do, Where to Stay and Where to Eat

Written by Robert McKean

April 24, 2021

Newberg, Oregon – What to Do, Where to Stay and Where to Eat

Willamette Valley and the Dundee Hills region brings pinot noir enthusiasts from around the world. Newberg, Oregon is a terrific spot to set up your base for exploring the Willamette Valley wine trail.

Where to Stay in Newberg

The Allison Inn and Spa

Allison Inn & Spa
2525 Allison Ln, Newberg, OR

Willamette Valley Bed and Breakfast
23535 NE, Old Yamhill Rd, Newberg, OR

Vineyard View Inn
28900 NE Bell Rd, Newberg, OR

Chehalem Ridge Bed and Breakfast
28700 NE Mountain Top Rd, Newberg, OR

The DreamGiver’s Inn
7150 NE Earlwood Rd, Newberg, OR

Where to Eat in Newberg

Rosmarino Osteria Italiana
714 E 1st St, Newberg, OR

The Newbergundian Bistro
203 Villa Rd, Newberg, OR

Babica Hen Café
1410 N Highway 99w, Dundee, OR

The Painted Lady Restaurant Newberg

The Painted Lady
201 S College St, Newberg, OR

Dos Mundos Mexican American Cuisine
2379-2401 Pacific Hwy W, Newberg, OR

Subterra Restaurant
1505 Portland Rd, Newberg, OR

Events in Newberg

Oregon Truffle Festival – January
Camellia Festival – April
Memorial Day Weekend Boat Races – May
Newberg Old Fashioned Festival – July
Brews & BBQ – July
Tunes on Tuesday – July through September
Historic Homes Tour – August
Oktoberfest – September
Art Harvest Studio Tour – October
Holiday Tree Lighting – December

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