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Recent Mount Hood reviews

  • Magical.

    "The house itself is great, but the grounds, the trails, and the things hidden therein are the highlight of this beautiful location. If you stay here, and you really should, build in a full day just to explore. It is a magical place, and that's the only accurate way I can think of to describe it."
    Guest: Noah C. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 18, 2014
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  • Cozy, convenient cabin is a great home base for Mt. Hood

    "Just an hour from Portland and minutes off of Hwy 26, this cabin has all the amenities you need for a great family vacation. It's located in a rural residential area, so you can see other homes, but the forest helps with privacy and it was always very quiet while we were there. It sleeps 8 in real beds (no sofa beds in that count); do note that 2 of the twin beds are in tiny 'hidden' rooms off of the 2 upstairs bedrooms, which could be thrilling or creepy for kids - depending on age. There's one king room & one queen room upstairs, with a full bath. The king room has a balcony with table & chairs, and it's own TV & DVD player, as well as closet space with hangers. Downstairs is a bedroom with 2 twins, plus open living, dining and kitchen areas, another full bath & a washer/dryer. This room has 3 entries, including one that goes directly to the hot tub on the side deck. The back deck faces a stream, and has a BBQ and lots of room, with table and chairs. There's a TV, DVD player and DVDs in the living room, as well as satellite TV channels. There are plenty of towels, extra paper products and trash bags, a well-stocked kitchen and even shampoo/soap/conditioner provided in the bathrooms. The heater worked great as well. The mosquitoes do come out in the evening, so be prepared if you want to sit outside. The hot tub was wonderful after a full day of hiking, and very well maintained. The Vacasa staff were incredibly friendly and easy to work with, and the pricing was very reasonable. We had a great time, wanted for nothing, and would definitely recommend this property and Vacasa."
    Guest: Amye B. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 11, 2014
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  • Great cabin

    "Four of us stayed at this cabin for a week. It was wonderful. We opened the windows at night to hear the sounds of the river. Had fires in the fire pit on most nights. Beautiful back yard. Plenty of room. Great kitchen. We liked the location. In an hour or two, you could be at the Oregon coast, touring the wine country, whitewater rafting on the White Salmon river in Washington, hiking the Dalles or watching the kitesurfers in Hood River. We had a wonderful time and the owners were great to work with. Would definately stay here again."
    Guest: janet a. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 5, 2014
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  • Fantastic place with incredible customer service!

    "First off, the owners were extremely quick to answer any questions I had about the property and were very polite. The property was easy to find, quiet, and was very comfortable. The hot tub was well maintained and clean, the kitchen was well stocked with everything you may need including baking pans, and the beds were comfy. The only minor problem was the oven's heating element self destructed on our second day, but we were able to bake what we needed in the large toaster oven. I emailed the owners about it and provided the model number so they could get a replacement ordered, and they were extremely concerned about our needs and continued to check in with me. Kudos for that! We 100% recommend the Hilltop Hideaway and will be back for sure!"
    Guest: Marc M. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 6, 2014
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Mount Hood Travel Tips

'"Enjoy Outdoor Recreation Near Mount Hood Vacation Rentals'"

Less than 30 minutes from Mount Hood lodging is Mt. Hood Skibowl, a winter amusement park full of activities. Go snow tubing, rent a snowmobile, or go on a snowmobile tour of the Cascade Mountains. Take a sleigh ride through the trees or do some cross-country skiing. Whatever activity you choose, staying in a Mount Hood cottage provides fun for the whole family.

""Mount Hood Lodging Keeps Kids Entertained'"

Mt. Hood Skibowl also offers activities just for kids, such as a snow tubing,an adventure park, and 2,400 square feet of play equipment complete with slides, ball pits, and nets. Older children can enjoy a day of snow biking down hills.

'"Mount Hood Lodging is a Ski-Lover's Paradise'"

In addition to skiing activities at Mt. Hood Skibowl, other ski resorts in the area include Mt. Hood Meadows, Timberline Lodge and Summit. Each of these resorts offer ski lessons for the whole family. There are also slopes of varying skill levels for anyone to tackle.

"Vacation Rentals at Mount Hood are Ideal for Groups'"

Whether you plan to bring the wife and kids, a church group, your extended family, or just have a romantic retreat, Mt. Hood has activities and cottage accommodations that appeal to everyone. Cottages with multiple rooms make housing groups comfortable and easy. The seclusion of smaller rentals is great for couples. The varying amenities available can easily accommodate to every need and desire.

"Mt. Hood & The Gorge Cottages Near a Volcano'"

Mount Hood, a volcano whose last eruption was in 1805, is the fourth highest peak in the Cascade Mountains. A hiking trail encircles the mountain, along with beautiful forests and wildlife, making it a backpacker's dream. Many local ski resorts have Mt. Hood access during the spring and winter months.

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