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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
"I just celebrated my 50th birthday here with a close group of friends. We were smaller than a wedding, but too big of a group for the house. Gen accommodated us perfectly, allowing some to camp by the river and the rest of us to stay in the house. I can't say enough about what a beautiful spot this is. The house is lovely, comfortable and decorated so perfectly for a farm house--it almost feels like a movie set. You will want to live there forever. The grounds are roomy and well-groomed. Dinner in the mini barn with twinkling lights and candles was unforgettable. Above all, the view of the mountain, especially at sunrise and sunset, makes this place super-special. Everyone who came to my party has vowed to come back to Farmgate. I can't imagine not loving it. Thanks to Gen, who was super easy to deal with and helpful."
Guest: Faust/FischersDate of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 7, 2015
"We loved staying at the White Salmon Getaway! We arrived in beautifully sunny, warm June weather. This home was perfect for our family to spread out and relax while planning our next day’s adventures in the Columbia Gorge, Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. The location is a short, pleasant drive from White Salmon – easy enough for a quick run to town for groceries or dining at Everbody’s Brewing or Pioneer Pizza in White Salmon. On the other hand, this lovely, immaculate home is far enough away to forget about city life and enjoy the solitude. We enjoyed strolling around the expansive grounds and eating our evening meals on the spacious deck in the quiet of the long summer evenings. Just about everything you can think of is provided including gas grill, small barbecue, fire pit, hammock, easy chairs. I particularly appreciated looking at the field guides for plants, flowers and trees so I could identify the local species of elderberry, berries, pine, fir and hemlock. The property manager answered all my preliminary questions and provided great directions and a full description of the amenities. I wouldn’t hesitate to book this home again. Three days was definitely too short a stay – planning to book a week next chance we have to visit the Gorge."
Guest: Marilyn W.Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: July 15, 2015
"We had a memorable family Christmas in this lovely condo. The owner was very helpful and pleasant. The description on the website was accurate. The beds were comfortable and the kitchen was well stocked. The instructions left in the 3 ring binder were very helpful. The condo was very conveniently located close to the river, downtown Vancouver and local restaurants as well as the shopping center. We had 4 adults staying there and there was ample room when our grandchildren who live nearby came by for lunch or a walk on the river. We loved the fact that it had an attached garage!
Since our children and grandchildren live nearby, we hope to come back again."
Guest: EdDate of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: May 9, 2015
Beautiful location, very comfortable accommodation -- but the trains
"We stayed at the Riverhouse two nights (5/23 and 5/24/14). The house itself is marvelous, the view unbelievable. There are two coves nearby that we enjoyed. The house is pet friendly, and our golden retriever certainly enjoyed being there, especially getting to swim in the coves. The property is mostly fenced, which helped with the dog. However, if it were my property I would want to let renters know that the railroad is right outside the fenced area, and trains come by several times, day and night (last night there were at least 5 trains), including at least one that appeared to be a train hauling crude oil. I know there's nothing that the owner can do about that, but I do think that it's worth mentioning to a potential renter. The fence does not fully enclose the property, so pets and children need to be monitored. You need to cross two sets of tracks leading to the property, and given the numbers of trains, one needs to be very diligent about crossing the tracks.
There's lots to see and do in the immediate area. Again, it's a beautiful, historical area, but as far as I'm concerned, the train is an issue and a potential renter should be informed. Not sure I would stay there again, only because of the train. Just too loud (and the house even shook)."
Guest: KarenDate of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: May 26, 2015