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Recent Portland Metro reviews

  • Perfect Portland Getaway

    "We have yet to stop talking about our wonderful wedding weekend in Portland. The rental served all of our needs -- great location, quiet, cool (great A/C), and plenty of space spread across three floors. We planned to go out to dinner our first night in town, but the house was too inviting to leave. A quick trip to the market and we were BBQing steaks in the backyard, mixing margaritas in the high-end blender, and watching the Seahawks beat up the Packers. The kids enjoyed a walk to the park, a day at the zoo, and playing tag in the backyard. The adults enjoyed reading and plenty of downtime away from the wedding weekend festivities. We will definitely be back. Thank you for a great escape."
    Guest: Paul Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 11, 2014
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  • Convenient location

    "Comfortable home in Alberta Arts which is close to fun restaurants and easily walkable to bus lines for those w/o a car. The wrap around porch is great for sitting and reading with the added plus of watching all the bike commuters whizzing by. For those of a certain age the only bathroom on the first floor with bedrooms up, may be a challenge and the folks across the street are a bit noisy at night. Otherwise, it is well outfitted with a great kitchen and the beds are comfortable."
    Guest: Suser Date of Stay: May 2015 Review Submitted: May 18, 2015
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  • Matt chapman

    "Great spot. Quiet, clean and affordable. Proximity to Portland a huge plus. Loved it."
    Guest: Matt C. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 25, 2015
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  • For a Fantastic Stay in Portland

    "First time Portland visitors, with dogs, and this house was fantastic. The location is walking distance to a park and to restaurants (go to Pok Pok!!) if you are willing to go a few miles. It is also only a 10 minute drive to everything we went to do from the urban areas, to quaint eating spots, to hiking Mt. Taber. The house itself is a good size and could accommodate a large party even though we were only 2 humans and 3 dogs. The yard is fully fenced with no holes for escapes and very private which is nice. We never heard noise from the shared wall with another unit even though we know someone was staying there. The house was incredibly clean. The furnishings, decor, and paint were all so interesting. The beds very comfortable (slept in both bedrooms just to try them out). I really want to know the paint color in the downstairs bathroom so I can steal it for my own house! Kitchen has all the supplies you could need (even the dishware is pretty), however not many fridge or pantry items (some VRBO places I have stayed have a ton of stuff people have left) so come prepared with food or be ready to shop if staying in. Loved that the downstairs bathroom had a clawfoot for soaking and the upstairs shower was a walk in with two heads. The place has upgrades like Nest for the thermostat and Roku on the tv (even though it was missing for our stay). Communication with the owner was quick and the rental paperwork was easy. A few reasons I have to take away a star (mostly personal preference, not actual issues): while the stairs are beautiful and different they were quite difficult for one of my small dogs (no backs to the stair steps and no banister) to go up (had to carry him up) and the other small dog kept looking like he wanted to jump off the side, the only upstairs bedroom window had no screen and the window itself is flush with the floor so having it open would have created a safety hazard for the dogs if open (dealt with this by putting something in front of it), and a faint pet smell (maybe cat?) in the front room likely form the rug (I'm ridiculously scent sensitive, but my bf said he never noticed it)."
    Guest: Ashlee Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 2, 2015
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