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Breitenbush Hot Springs

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Palmer, Alaska
Reviewed 28 March 2016 via mobile

I of course went straight to the hottest spring at 106 and it was awesome! Being rained on was a bit much as you are trying to lean back but now I know not to go in early March! Relaxing atmosphere in the lodge to change and hang out in the library too!

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Sandpoint, Idaho
Reviewed 9 February 2016

My cabin was surprisingly still standing (I think it was held together with moss). And yet ... There is something about the location, the hot springs, the peacefulness that makes one more mindful and less focused on such things.

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Sydney
Reviewed 8 November 2015

In all of our travels I always reserve some time for places that are a little off the grid. Hot-springs have become a favourite place for us for some time out from the world for relaxing, reconnecting and rewilding. I’ve visited a number of hot-spring retreats in California over the years - Wilbur, Orr and Harbin - so I had...

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3Thank Chris C
Yelm, Washington
Reviewed 17 October 2015

Rustic, bring your own bedding cabin. No locks, but never felt the need for one. Ours had a half bath, showers are available down the way. BE SURE to take advantage of the brand new cedar and rock outside shower overlooking the Brietenbush River. Everything is geothermal, so lots of hot water and heat. Lucked out, our cabin was in...

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Woodburn, Oregon
Reviewed 13 September 2015

I was invited by my sister to go with her for a day trip to the hot springs. It had been a rough couple of months so I was looking forward to unplugging and hiking. It took a couple of hours for us old ladies to work up the courage to expose our old, lumpy bodies and strip down, but...

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Winnipeg, Canada
Reviewed 20 May 2015

I came with my daughter for a yoga/meditation retreat for 2 days. We thoroughly enjoyed everything (apart from no hot water in the shower). The setting was beautiful. The accommodations were spartan but comfortable - as we had expected. The heat worked well on a cool night. The food was fantastic. Nice to not have to worry about your possessions....

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Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 30 April 2015

I'm in the process of booking my next visit--the only part of visiting Breitenbush that's challenging. You need to call and make a reservation --- the old fashioned way. Otherwise, this place is a screaming deal for the amazing food and all you can soak time. Unplug and read. My mantra when I'm here? "Read, sleep, eat, soak, repeat."

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Aloha, Oregon, USA
Reviewed 22 April 2015

I needed to get away from the stress of work and this place was perfect. Have to say upfront this is a rustic resort. If you are looking for a five star resort then this is not the place for you. However if you want quiet, beautiful scenery, comfortable beds, delicious vegetarian and vegan food, lovely soaking pools, and no...

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Ashland, Oregon
Reviewed 7 April 2015

This was my birthday gift. After a stressful holiday, rest and relax was what I needed. I enjoyed the amazing organic foods, the sauna and all the hot pools. The cabin was cozy and perfect. I especially liked the sanctuaries and the hikes in the area. I would have liked to participate in the scheduled presentations as they seemed very...

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1Thank Lynda S
Reviewed 21 March 2015

Beautiful location, Great springs. Administratively, a nightmare to make a group reservation. I started in November of 2014 trying to make a group reservation for March of 2015. They do not offer online reservations. I wanted to bring my family 4 friends. It took 5 phone calls and 5 e-mails to navigate their archaic reservation process and abusive rules system...

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  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Breakfast included
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  • Wheelchair Access
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  • Hot Tub
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
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  • Free Parking
  • Conference Facilities
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Our 154-acre wooded resort is surrounded by the Willamette National Forest. Our hot springs have been used for thousands of years as a sanctuary and sacred healing center. Come relax in tranquility and take part in one of our many workshops and daily well-being programs. We offer many types of massage, yoga, dancing, singing and meditation. We also offer a variety of learning programs ranging from foraging and herbalism to tribalism and EDGU. Many of our guests stay in cabins though we also have tent camping and car camping. We offer three chef-made organic vegetarian meals per day. Enjoy miles of hiking in our ancient forests or spend an evening star gazing in our natural hot springs. Please call or visit our website for reservations. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Breitenbush Hot Springs

Address: 53000 Breitenbush Road, Detroit, OR 97342-9703
Region: United States > Oregon > Detroit
Number of rooms: 74
Also Known As:
Breitenbush Hot Springs Resort Cabins Hotel Detroit
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