Get away from the hurried world...retreat to the comfort and hospitality of Flery Manor. Featured in G.P. Daily Courier -- 4/96
If you are looking for that special experience we invite you to rest yourself amongst antiques, original arts, and a collection of unique furnishings, each piece has a special, personal meaning whether inherited or collected.
Sleep in a comfortable bed under a canopy, tastefully designed to spoil and pamper you. Relax by the fireplace, curl up with a good book from our library, or enjoy the piano in our parlor.
The Southern Oregon sunsets from our huge wrap-around balcony are spectacular. Lie in a hammock under an umbrella of trees by day or walk a romantic moonlit path by night. Flery Manor Bed & Breakfast is a special place surrounded by seven acres of nature waiting for you to explore.
For those of our guests who enjoy an activity to relax, besides treks in the woods, we offer croquet, and table tennis.
Breakfast is served Flery Manor style! You are seated on antiques and served on china, crystal and silver. Heirloom linens add a special touch to our Bed & Breakfast Inn.
Our three course gourmet breakfast can start with a baked apple stuffed with wild blackberries, served with Grand Marnier cream and followed by baked potato pancakes, Lithuanian style, served with a prune stuffed with apple and wrapped with a small piece of bacon and broiled. Innovative egg dishes offer our guests a little of the unexpected for a main course. The Cholesterol concerns of our guests motivated several of our signature dishes, three of which have been featured in Chef magazine, Egg on a Cloud, Fresh Vegetable & Herb Crepe and our newest a Champagne poached egg atop a portobello mushroom, smoked salmon, and covered with bechamel sauce, fresh basil and caviar. Fresh juice and our own blend of gourmet coffee, and teas finish off an unforgettable breakfast.
Visit Flery Manor in Southern Oregon for a unique experience in bed and breakfast lodging. We are located just outside of Grants Pass, Oregon in the Rogue River area.
Marla's Recipes are Recommended and used by the HeartLife Institute
Featured in Chef Magazine Dec 1998