Hear the wonderful sound of Clear Creek from the deck of this classic A-frame vacation cabin. Recently remodeled, this circa-1957 home is the retreat you need to refresh and reconnect.
Located about five minutes north of scenic Rhododendron and just over a mile from Mt. Hood Highway, you'll savor the tranquility of this cozy mountain hideaway on Clear Creek, providing a timeless, relaxing escape on about one acre in the forest.
Ensconced in the warmth of the Vermont Casting wood stove, the wood-paneled, cozy living room on the main floor opens to grand views of the creek below, providing the perfect compliment to the tranquil atmosphere.
You'll enjoy the quiet, unhurried atmosphere of this cozy mountain hideaway on Clear Creek with amenities like cable, a DVD player, a VCR, and a surround-sound stereo system. There is also WiFi provided, so this could also be a great opportunity to catch up on your favorite streaming TV show or connect with friends at home. Meanwhile, the upper level has a sitting room with breathtaking panoramic views of Clear Creek.
With custom tile work by a local Mt. Hood artist, your chef will have the rare combination of aesthetic and functional value in the kitchen. Take the meal outside to the spacious deck. Clean ups will be easy with the dishwasher. For after-dinner s'mores, head creekside to the stone benches and firepit.
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home sleeps five people. The master bedroom features a queen bed and a bath with a jetted tub and two-headed shower. The second bedroom has a twin bed and a full bed.
As part of the Mount Hood Scenic Byway, Rhododendron is a great jumping off point for all the activities, summer or winter. Close to five ski areas, including Mount Hood Meadows, which is just a little over a half-hour away. There are great places to fish and hike as well with nature paths around the property that run by Clear Creek. Take a day trip to Portland for a fun change of pace, and don't forget to bring your clubs for a day of golf!
Book this adorable Mt. Hood cabin today, and relish in the beauty and quiet of the Oregon woods.