About the property
- House550 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay7 - 30 nights
newly redone 1 bdrm+ 1 bath with full kitchen, light filled lvng rm - 550sq ft
Avoid the high cost of staying in an extended stay hotel. Instead, stay in our private, “cozy quarters” - a newly remodeled, tastefully decorated extended stay duplex apt. (30 day stay with partial month stay available).
“Cozy Quarters” has approximately 550sq ft. featuring 1 bedroom (queen bed), queen sleeper sofa, 1 bathroom with tiled tub and shower. The light filled living room, with sofa and leather reclining chair is comfortable for watching the large screen TV or watching movies. There is also an eating area with table and chairs as well as a very cute tiled, fully equipped kitchen. This unit has a washer/drier, air conditioning, cable TV with flat screen, DVD and free internet.
“Cozy Quarters” is located in a very desirable NE Portland location, near Mount Tabor Park and neighborhood, and only 1 mile from the beautiful historic Laurelhurst Park. It is also close to the trendy Hawthorne district and as well as other quaint neighborhood streets with great dining and shopping. The Providence hospital complex is less than a mile away.
Public transportation is steps away and light rail is only a few blocks from the apt. By car, it’s only 12 minutes to PDX airport and less than 10 minutes from downtown Portland.
Outside is your private nicely landscaped fenced yard with grass, a brick patio with table and chairs and gas BBQ.
Rent includes water, garbage, cable TV, Internet, WIFI and the first $100/month of the power(electricity).
“Cozy Quarters” is great alternative to the extended stay hotels. We provide an affordable way to stay in Portland with all the conveniences and privacy you experience at your home.
Please contact us for more specific information.
CozyQuarters is registered with the city of Portland (TL 90958)
Bob and Sue Low
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- Response time:
- within two days
- Calendar last updated:
- May 13, 2018
About Bob and Sue Low
Bob 'retired' from Boeing, the big aerospace company in Seattle in Jan 2006. Sue is a 'retired' school administrator. When you stay at CozyQuarters, you will find that we both have a creative side and take pride in creating a warm and inviting and tasteful environment where ever we live. That's no exception for the CozyQuarters. Sue simply can't help herself from not wanting to constantly change it up and keep the house fresh and tastefully decorated. As our guests you will get to enjoy the results of our passion.
Bob and Sue Low purchased this House in 2007
Why Bob and Sue Low chose North Tabor
Bob & Sue both pride in creating places for guests that they themselves would like to stay. Sue's strong suit is in decorating and creating a cozy and pleasing environment. Our personal home has been featured in the 'Old House Journal' due to impart to Sue's decorative skills. Sue continued to use her skills in this property inside and out. So in addition to it's location our guests will enjoy a very pleasant and private stay in our 'Cozy Quarters'. We think our guest will enjoy this affordable alternative to an extended stay hotel.
What makes this House unique
This cute property has recently experienced a complete 'Make over'. It is now a very affordable, comfortable, and homey private place to stay for an extended stay in Portland. CozyQuarters offers a location that is close to all of what Portland has to offer.
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My husband and I enjoyed the Cozy Quarters. It was exactly what we were looking for and needed for our stay in the Portland area. The house was equipped with everything we needed. There's a cute little café right around the corner called Sweet Cream Café that is open for breakfast and lunch , there is also a Fred Meyer not far from the house which I found to be very convenient Thank you Bob and Sue for allowing us to stay in your adorable home. I would definitely recommend Cozy Quarters to anyone looking to stay in the area. We would love to stay there again in the near future.
Thanks for the thoughtful review Sylvia! Our previous guests have also loved Cozy Quarters and its convenience to transportation, stores and restaurants! We look forward seeing you both again on your next visit to Portland! Bob and Sue
Lovely and cozy
Would come back for sure.
all you need
This was a perfect location for me to visit my daughter. The apartment has all you will need. Tastefully decorated and clean. The max train was a short walk from the apartment. Also within two blocks was a Fred Meyer with all you will need from A to Z.
I could not have been more pleased with my choice Cozy Quarters.
Clean, wonderfully decorated one bedroom
Everything you need! Tidy, cute, comfortable accommodations. I will return.
Cozy Quarters was great
The house was lovely - beautifully decorated, clean and well maintained; lots of extras like directions for TV, dishwasher, etc; maps to shopping, etc; public transportation info (located near bus stop and MAX light rail); info on Portland attractions; some DVDs; owners available by phone.
Only negative was the stove/oven was older.
We would definitely recommend Cozy Quarters
Lovely place to stay in Portland
Absolutely a great place to stay. Everything we needed was available, the home was clean, well furnished and centrally located. Hope to go back and stay in this lovely place again when visiting Portland.
Hi Susan, So glad you like staying at CozyQuarters, every time Sue and I go to the apartment we say to ourselves "we could live here!". It does have a nice location, close to everything. There's the bus stop on the corner and a light rail stop a few blocks away. You can walk to a Fred Meyers super store which has everything you might want or need. Your private side patio, with the BBQ, table and chairs is great place to hang out as well. Hope to see you again! Thank you, Bob & Sue
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Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
Contact owner for Partial month rates $20 per night additional for more than 2 guests. Max 2 extra guests Cleaning Fee $50 Refundable security/damage deposit $100 After the weekly rate, the 8th to 13th nights the cost will be increased by $85/night.