FULL-SERVICE RESORT IN THE SOUTHERN WILLAMETTE VALLEY
The garden-themed setting of the Village Green Resort and Gardens in Cottage Grove, Oregon, provides an enchanting, fresh-air break for planners who want to schedule a meeting or event in a quiet setting. With décor reflecting the history of the region complemented by modern conveniences, and set amid a 14-acre garden, the Resort offers groups an opportunity to relax and focus on business.
Before the age of instant communication, the village green was a feature of many communities. It was a place where townsfolk could gather to share news and enjoy one another’s company. The garden spaces at the Village Green Resort invoke the spirit of those early gathering spaces to provide a welcoming ambience for visitors to enjoy.
The Village Green Resort and Gardens features more than 5,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Five indoor rooms and two large landscaped outdoor spaces provide a variety of options for groups. With free parking, complimentary WiFi, modern audiovisual equipment and on-site catering, groups will be well taken care of.
With 2,015 square feet of space and a large fireplace, the Cascadia Ballroom is a casual, yet elegant space for a conference or retreat. The room can accommodate up to 225 in a theater-style arrangement, and it can be divided into two sections for additional flexibility. The Sage Room, accommodating up to 140, and The Depot, with space for up to 40, provide additional options.
The Resort has 74 guest rooms, with many featuring private patios and fireplaces. Resort guests enjoy a complimentary breakfast each morning. Season at the Green, the on-site restaurant, offers fresh Northwest- inspired cuisine in a contemporary environment. The Fireside Lounge is a cozy, relaxed space featuring live music in the evenings and a varied menu.
The Village Green Resort is located along I-5, just 25 minutes south of Eugene, Oregon. The Cottage Grove area has several attractions that will entice groups to linger. A road-trip tour of many of the area’s covered bridges, wine tasting at the region’s wineries, a round of golf or water activities at two nearby reservoirs will keep groups busy.
Joi Whitney, sales manager