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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"My husband and I did a road trip through Oregon for our honeymoon, and the Rogue River Cabin (and visiting Crater Lake) was our last stop. When we arrived, we were greeted and given our keys, and we instantly felt like we were taken back in time - the cabin is adorable with working appliances from the 1930's - it was so much fun to stay there, and the deck facing the river was incredible and relaxing. We loved sitting out there, looking at the gigantic salmon in the river, and reading. It was so relaxing an worth every penny. The owners brought us breakfast and gave us directions to Crater Lake. We let him know that we were leaving early the following morning to get on the road, so we wouldn't be around for the standard 9am breakfast delivery. Instead of leaving it at that, he brought us breakfast the night before to heat up before we left. It was an extra touch that was so thoughtful. I loved it here, and would recommend to anyone looking to check out Crater Lake and/or enjoy the river."
Guest: Rachel O.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 29, 2015
"What a wonderful find! Hosts were warm, friendly and very helpful with recommendations while the bungalow itself could not have been more well designed...amazing use of space with everything we needed plus nice little touches of fresh flowers, wine, a little chocolate and great coffee. Enjoyed the bikes provided..great bike path nearby...with loads of wild blackberries along the side. And then there's the garden...what a relaxing, beautiful place to just sit, relax and even eat a little fresh tomato or strawberry grown right there. The 5 block walk to town, seeing the old houses was great too....wholeheartedly recommend!! Thanks for the hospitality!"
Guest: BenDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 12, 2015
"The house was a great choice in a lovely town. Easy walk to the Britt Festival amphitheater and the shops, cafes and trails of Jacksonville, an old gold-mining town which contains a National Historic Landmark. There was a medium-sized grocery store two blocks away. The house was well appointed, well stocked and in good repair. It was a good size for my wife and I and two young-adult sons (they shared the main floor bedroom). My one caveat would be that if you rely on wifi, you should bring a mobile hot spot or air card -- the router for the wifi was in a neighboring house and the signal was not strong enough to get a reliable connection."
Guest: Randall M.Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: July 14, 2015
"My husband and I stayed here for a week. We chose this area for fishing on the Umpqua and the wineries. But the little house was the real treat! Everything we needed and nothing we did not need. Simple, cozy, and perfectly clean. I loved the mix of retro and new appliances and furniture, the bright colors and the peaceful serenity. We ate pears from Rich's trees each day with our wine and cheese on the deck over the river. The fishing was challenging and exciting and good! The location turned out to be a boon - a little more than an hour drive to Crater Lake (take the hike down - it's well worth it - tried to fish but didn't catch anything). A little more than 2 hours drive to Bandon where we ate wonderful fish and chips and chowder at the Bait Shop and watched folks bring in Salmon and Dungeness Crabs. Just 30 minutes to the wineries near Roseburg which were casual and friendly and delicious!"
Guest: Mary L.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 30, 2015