Cest La Vie Inn


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"We enjoyed our stay tremendously - exceeded all our expectations! We'll be back!!"

Lindsay & Pete
Rolling Hills Estate, California

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A Great College Town B&B

You can find B&Bs everywhere from urban cities to rural towns. Wonderful B&Bs can be found in some of America’s most popular college towns, both big and small. If you’re a parent visiting your college student or helping them move in, why stay in a generic hotel when you can enjoy the authenticity and character of a local inn?  While visiting the University of Oregon, C’est La Vie Inn is a delightful residence away from home.

Rand McNally blog “Best of the Road” Oregon Wine Country:A Taste of Willamette Valley

Check into the C’est la Vie Inn, a Queen Anne–style painted lady. At this posh B&B, it’s hard to say what’s more elegant: the gardens or the interiors.

Lonely Planet

Still the “pick” for 2012 “Washington, Oregon & the Pacific Northwest” after three editions.


C’est La Vie Inn has been Fodors’ “choice” for Eugene since 2008.

Oregon State Historic Preservation Office

C’est La Vie Inn’s fully restored home is recognized as one of Oregon’s premier examples of Queen Anne architecture.


Beginning in 2013, TripAdvisor has presented C’est La Vie Inn with its fourth consecutive Certificate of Excellence.  This prestigious honor is awarded to the top-performing 10% of all businesses worldwide on TripAdvisor, that consistently earn high ratings from TripAdvisor travelers.

Margot & Annemarie

Thank you for creating such a magical place for us to spend our winter holiday! Merry Christmas!

Libby & Luke

Thank you for a lovely stay. The room was comfortable and relaxing after being on the road. Only wish we could stay longer.

Jolee & Dale

C’est La Vie Inn – Absolutely heaven and totally splendent!!

Tom & Nancy

It was magical! We came through the front gate into another world of beautiful gardens, lovely rooms, delicious breakfasts (thank you) and charming hosts.