The Painted Lady Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room opened in 2009 and has become a destination location for visitors. Using the historic Simon Selig home (circa 1905) in Myrtle Creek, owner Wendi Jocoy has created something unique. From the outside garden, inside Tea Room, and upstairs bed & breakfast, the home and grounds display the beauty, color and texture of small-town America.
Wendi's magic is in her eye for detail. Guests often just stop and "take in" the Tea Room. It may be the miniatures in a doll house or a collection of tins, buttons, glass or artwork that speak of her gifts of design. The Bed & Breakfast excels in quality, comfort and cleanliness.
The Painted Lady is easy to find and located right off I-5 (exit 108). The beds are comfortable, and each room has its own private bathroom. The downstairs Tea Room & Gift Shop is open each Thursday-Saturday 11am to 3pm.