The quaint Painted Lady cottage (to the left of the restaurant above) sits at the intersection of Second and College streets, a block from downtown’s collection of shops (don’t miss Honest Chocolates’ handmade delights), restaurants, and tasting rooms (for whites, try Chehalem Wines, just east of the cottage).

Image: Painted Lady

Newberg’s Painted Lady restaurant has been quietly dishing out exquisite modern fare from a quaint restored 1898 Victorian home in the heart of town since 2005. But now this hidden gem is serving up something different altogether: a picture-perfect place to overnight.

Husband-wife owners Allen Routt (also the restaurant’s chef) and Jessica Bagley debuted the century-old cottage next door to the restaurant at the end of May, and word has already been sneaking out: At last check, weekends in June were booked, but you can still snag a few in July and mid-week is wide open.

Tripster got a first-hand peek at this well-placed little guesthouse, mere steps from Newberg’s tasting rooms, shops, and restaurants. Take a tour yourself with our slide show.

$225 per night; two-night minimum required