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Recent Willamette Valley reviews

  • Great house close to downtown

    "Pros: -very clean! Lots of cleaning supplies to clean yourself (we stayed for a month, so this was important) -wine, sparkling wine and muffins left for us by Janet (the home owner) -kitchen is stocked with all that you need to cook if you'd like - a short walk to (6 blocks to main street (3rd street), 3 blocks to the park -there are games, books, foosball and Netflix if you need it for the kids -keyless entry - no keys, that was convenient -check in and check out process was very easy -Janet is very responsive if you need something"
    Guest: Jeff S. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 9, 2014
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  • Oregon Wedding

    "Review written by Carrie Conrad (Michael's wife) My husband was able to fly out ahead of myself and my parents for our daughter's wedding in Springfield. So he was absolutely correct in telling me it would be perfect when we arrived 7 days later. First, the driveway is surrounded by huge trees nearly cathedral-like in the way they tower above. Awesome. The inside was not disappointing at all. Nicely spaced bedrooms, one with private bath, and great gathering area with chairs and couch that are on rollers to shift into the desired seating arrangements. Plush carpet felt wonderful on my bare feet and kept early morning risers creeping quiet. All the kitchen appliances one would want: stove with large oven, microwave, full size refrigerator, toaster, etc. Never turned on the TV once ... we were too entranced by the full length deck off the back. That quickly became our reading, eating, grilling, talking, drinking coffee, joking, and watching a fisherman catch a huge 3 foot long steelhead area! My 83 year old dad was thrilled to see the struggle and successful catch and gave the fisherman a round of applause. We walked only a few yards to the boat launch each day, where we saw multiple fish breach like whales out of the water and make huge splashes around us. Must have been pretty big salmon or steelhead. Loved going to sit on the stairs leading to the river from the house with my coffee just soaking in the sun. Nearly 90 degrees each day. And the house was kept cool everyday just by shutting up the place after letting the cooler air in at nighttime. Very much shaded, so very comfortable even in the heat of the afternoon. Boy did that deck get used! Plenty of towels and bedding and use of washer and dryer made things much simpler (less packing). I definitely look forward to returning, possibly when our daughter has a baby? Thanks for all the great memories and comfort of your home."
    Guest: Mike C. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 6, 2014
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  • Absolutely spectacular!!!

    "This place is beautiful, quiet, and my wife and I had a perfect time. The cabin is spotless and stunning, the bath house and sauna is so perfect, and the scenery is gorgeous. We liked it so much, we booked another weekend in November."
    Guest: akinpain Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 12, 2014
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  • Wine Country Escape

    "My husband, mother, dog, and I stayed at Crawford Crest over Memorial Day weekend and had a wonderful time. The property is absolutely gorgeous and was a great place to relax after a day of wine tasting. Our dog really enjoyed all of the open space to run around and play in. Joni and Kip were wonderful hosts, answering all of our questions and making great restaurant recommendations. The cottage itself is beautifully updated and well appointed with everything you would need for a comfortable stay. It felt like we were away from it all, yet we were still very close to the conveniences of downtown Newberg. If we ever come back to the area, we (and especially our dog!) would certainly love to stay here again."
    Guest: Jaime H. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 20, 2014
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Santiam River Travel Tips

Santiam River Vacation Rentals for the Fishing Enthusiast

The Santiam River is one of the area's most frequented spots for Chinook and Summer Steelhead fishing. The South Santiam Fish Hatchery, and others in the area, annually release nearly one million spring Chinook fish and 150,000 Summer Steelhead into South Santiam River. Guided fishing tours are available from services like Goodwin Guide Service. The areas traveled by Goodwin Services include the Santiam River as well as Tillamook Bay, Williamette River and the Siletz River. Santiam River lodging puts you right in the middle of the action. Whether you take a guided fishing tour or simply cast your line from riverfront Santiam River vacation rentals, anyone who enjoys fishing will find this to be a spectacular location.

Santiam River Lodging Amenities

There is no doubt that there isn't a hotel in the Santiam River area that sits right on the river like the Santium River vacation rentals available. Additionally, Santiam River lodging gives you the feeling of being right at home, with all of your travel mates staying in the same cozy cottage or cabin. Most cabins include great amenities like a private, fully-equipped kitchen so you can save money on dining expenses and dine peacefully together, or an on-site washer and dryer. Other likely amenities include a hot tub and private parking.

Willamette Valley Cottages in the Heart of Agriculture

The spring and summer in Williamette Valley are bursting with beautiful colors from fields and fields of blooming tulips, daffodils, crocuses, irises and fun flower festivals. Williamette Valley cottages put you in the heart of old fashioned beauty with over 50 historic covered bridges in the area, and outdoor activities like kayaking and hiking to enjoy the vast scenery. Take the whole family to Enchanted Forest theme park, the Riverfront Carousel or the Evergreen Aviation Museum. And don't forget the over 200 wineries in the area.

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