Our Dutch-Colonial style home in Corvallis, site of Oregon State University, has a rich history dating from 1939. Harrison House was designed and built by Dr. Ira and Sadie Allison and was their family residence until 1990. It is located in a bustling and active neighborhood of historic homes, fraternities and sororities. Upon its conversion to a bed and breakfast in 1991, it was lovingly restored. Harrison House is located three blocks from the OSU campus and within easy walking distance to shopping and dining.
Our Sun Room welcomes guests for complimentary afternoon refreshments. The guest refrigerator is always stocked with wine, soft drinks and bottled water. Our other areas ready for your enjoyment include a cozy living room with books, a daily selection of newspapers, and our new 24 hr business center with computer and printer. Also enjoy our dining room, a secluded brick patio with table and chairs, and our sunny Herb Garden.
Harrison House Bed and Breakfast is a member of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild. This professional association of innkeepers provides Oregon bed and breakfast guests with high quality, inspected accommodations. Harrison House has been featured in the Mobil Tour Guide (Three Stars), Northwest Best Places, Fodor's Pacific Northwest Guide, The Complete Guide to Bed & Breakfasts and The Official Guide to American Historic Inns.
Hilarie Phelps and Allen Goodman - We began our career in the hospitality industry 35 years ago as the owners and operators of the first of 3 successful restaurants. We are both graduates of the Professional Chef's Certification Program at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. In acquiring the landmark Harrison House Bed and Breakfast in the summer of 2006, we returned to the hospitality industry in order to meet, entertain, and share our home with a wide variety of business, leisure, and University related travelers. We are committed to providing comfortable accommodations, superior amenities, and creative breakfast fare in a welcoming atmosphere.