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Recent Willamette Valley reviews

  • Beyond wonderful!

    "As we prepare to end a week's stay in this lovely home, all we can say is, THANK YOU Wendy and Larry! Everything about this beautiful abode is A+. We couldn't have asked for a better home base as we prepared to move our son into the U of O. The location is excellent, within walking distance to neighborhood restaurants, Matthew Knight arena and our favorite drive-through/walk up coffee truck, Dutch Bros! The views from the balcony are fantastic, the neighborhood quiet and serene (love the wild turkeys roaming here and there!) and the home itself as comfy as our own. So bright and cheery with the huge living room windows and doors (and access to the fantastic balcony where we sat and enjoyed wonderful sunsets), and the master bedroom is bigger than any luxury suite we've ever experienced! Cooking out on the balcony grill was wonderful and there's not a thing missing in the way of utensils, cookware, etc. If this could be our home away from home for every visit to Eugene, we'd be the happiest parents on earth! Can't recommend highly enough!"
    Guest: karen g. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 27, 2014
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  • Nice interior, responsive hosts during the booking process.

    "My husband and I stayed at the cabin for a winter weekend getaway. Everything was nicely appointed inside - kitchen, linens, etc. The view of the river was fantastic with a wonderful screened porch that seems like it would be perfect during the warm summer months. Great proximity to Mckenzie River Trail system. A little too close to the road for me but with cold temps, the windows were shut and we didn't hear much noise. We did have one issue that wasn't fully resolved by owner upon departure."
    Guest: Elisabeth M. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: March 4, 2015
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  • Laura House

    "We loved this house! Had a great stay Grandkids loved the back yard! we heard frogs and had friendly squirrels - everything was perfect! Thank You"
    Guest: melinda b. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 21, 2015
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  • Unplug, reconnect and recharge

    "This hidden gem exceeded all of our expectations. My wife and I wanted a place to unplug, reconnect, and recharge. We made our reservations in the summer and spent the rest of the year looking forward to the trip. It started with a forecast of inches of rain (okay by us) and a call from the owner letting us know about the hot water pump problems the previous reviewer noted. We received regular updates during our drive on the status of the repairs, and by the time we arrived, the problem had thankfully been resolved. The owner noted that she was recovering from surgery. Perhaps that was a factor in the previous reviewer's experience? In any case, we arrived just before dark and found the cabin to be as described - nestled in the woods on the banks of the McKenzie and delightfully secluded. The hot tub had already been filled and was just the right temperature upon our arrival. This is not your ordinary hot tub! The cedar tub is situated in woods, perched above a tributary stream and overlooking the river. You reach the tub from the cabin by descending a short flagstone-paved path and crossing a cute bridge over the tributary. Robes were provided to make the trip out and back more comfortable. Inside, we enjoyed the cabin's unique architecture, thoughtfully-placed windows, french doors, and ample amenities. The cabin was clean and the care taken by previous renters was clear. The heat - all three forms of it - was more than ample. Beware the heated floors... my wife is now convinced that we need to install heat in our own floors! The television is small by modern standards and not well-placed for viewing from the couches, but it is perfectly adequate for watching a movie in the evening (there is a DVD player) and doesn't detract from the overall experience in the way that a modern large-screen TV might. This is a place to snuggle up and read by the wood stove, sip a glass of wine together on the deck, contemplate the passing river, and unwind in the hot mineral waters. In the warmer, dryer months this would make a great home base for exploring the many outdoor attractions of the McKenzie River, McKenzie Pass, and Santiam Pass. Of the cabins and B&Bs my wife and I have explored in Oregon thus far, this one is our favorite. It offers indulgent amenities without pretentious luxury or commercialism. We'll be back!"
    Guest: Mike V. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 11, 2015
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Willamette Valley Travel Tips

Quaint Willamette Valley Cottages Available Year-round

Surrounding the beautiful Willamette River, you will find many quaint Willamette Valley cottages, located in northwest Oregon. The area serves as the state’s political and cultural center which makes it attractive to all sorts of visitors. During the summer season, book Oregon wine country lodging or consider Oregon travel during the fall to drive through cute, covered bridges and experience lovely weather.

Do Not Exclude Oregon Wine Country Lodging

If you are a wine enthusiast, you will definitely want to book Oregon wine country lodging so that you can tour the more than 200 wineries throughout the region. In fact, Oregon travel is not complete without a stay in wine country! The rolling hills of the region provide the perfect backdrop to many Willamette Valley cottages and spread into the vineyards and wineries throughout. The vintages produced in this region include Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, and Riesling.

Agriculture Is King near Willamette Valley Cottages

Because the area is a major agricultural region of the Pacific Northwest, there is no shortage of farmers’ markets offering a dazzling array of vegetables, fruits, flowers, desserts, and much more. Additionally, there are plenty of nurseries, some within a short distance from Willamette Valley cottages that will allow you to choose from an impressive variety of bulbs for your own garden at home. What a perfect way to “take home” your vacation memories.

Oregon Travel Appeals to Parents and Kids

If you have not experienced Oregon travel before, you are in for a surprise. Whether you choose a wine tasting vacation by booking Oregon wine country lodging or something more adventurous, the Pacific Northwest is the place to be! Fun for the whole family includes the Enchanted Forest with all of its storybook charms, the Science Factory (the kids will love it), McMinnville’s Evergreen Aviation Museum which houses the Spruce Goose, and the University of Oregon’s Museum of Natural & Cultural History.

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