Feedback

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

Other areas nearby to Portland:

Recent Portland reviews

  • Beautiful home

    "We are very happy with our stay at Stephanie's house. It was very comfortable for the size of my family. It was child friendly and the house has everything we need during our 3 nights stay. My children love the house so much that they did not want to leave. The neighbourhood was very central and quiet. Short walks to many good restaurants and shops. 10 minutes to Downtown Portland and very close to freeway exits. Everything worked out perfect and we got to meet with Stephanie before we left the house. Highly recommended for family. It was a perfect home for our few days get away. Thank you very much Stephanie, we'll definitely book again when we visit Portland in the future."
    Guest: Elizabeth M. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 19, 2016
    View listing
  • Great location

    "We stayed in Mary's condo for 2 1/2 months from November 2, 2015 to January 15, 2016. The unit was in excellent condition and had everything we needed for a comfortable stay. The concierge at the Meriwether building was very helpful and friendly. The location is excellent. It is closer to the city center but yet far enough away to be out of the hustle and bustle. The Portland streetcar, Max and bus lines are all very close and easy walking distance. We bought Trimet passes that allowed us to use buses, street cars and the MAX train and use them often. However, I found it easy to walk into downtown Portland in about 30 to 45 minutes depending on where in the city I was going Dan did this when the weather permitted. The north-south street car comes fairly often and you can get to a number of excellent restaurants in both southwest and northwest Portland. By walking a little farther to the Tillicnm Crossing bridge you can get streetcars, buses and MAX train that will take you to the east side of town as well as more locations in Portland's city center. Mary was very responsive and helpful."
    Guest: john a. Date of Stay: November 2015 Review Submitted: January 17, 2016
    View listing
  • Family wedding in Portland

    "We recently were in Portland for the first time at a family wedding. We had our son and daughter-in-law with and also their 2 children, aged 1 and 3. We did not want to stay at the wedding hotel, because it is hard to stay in hotel rooms with small children and try to keep them entertained and be able to have naps. This house totally fit the bill for us. We loved the quiet, woodsy area with a beautiful view of the city. They had a pak N play, hi-chair, lots of toys and books. The play set outside was really fun for the 3 year old. Nice swings, monkey bars, and slippery slides. I even swung with my grandson! The 2 small rooms were very private and great to put them down for naps and bedtime. I can see where if you were a larger person, it might be tight to stay in the smaller rooms. The main bedroom was huge with a nice fireplace in the corner. The other king size bed was not in the most private area, but it was very nice and easy to work around. We grilled on the deck and enjoyed the beautiful view. There is a pasture out the back with 3 friendly mules to watch. The living area is on the upstairs over a garage, so not good if you cannot climb a flight of stairs with lots of luggage, but we didn't have any problems with that. The place is located close to beautiful walking trails. Some of the trails were steep and great for hiking but there also were wide trails that you could push a stroller. (there was a stroller there too) If you want to be close to the downtown bar crowd, its a bit of a drive, not so much in distance, but curvy with a slow speed limit that takes time. We did head downtown for some shopping and lunch. There were all the amenities we needed to stay in and relax. The grocery store was about 3 miles away with everything we needed to purchase. On one of the rainy days, we played some of the numerous games they have there and put one of the puzzles together. The welcome basket with the treats and local information guides were a nice welcomed touch for us first time visitors. If we ever are back in Portland, we would stay at this place again in a minute!"
    Guest: Terri R. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 8, 2016
    View listing
  • Wonderful Portland/Milwaukie getaway for the family

    "We just can't say enough about the wonderful hospitality and beautiful property that Sara provides. We stayed for 5 nights with two young boys (12 and 8 years old). There were four of us and plenty of room. Everything was clean, neat, and very welcoming. Located just southeast of Portland, the location is close to Portland proper and City Center (4-5 miles), but yet far enough away to escape the bustle of the city. We found the area highly accessible for grocers, such as Trader Joe's and other conveniences. The property is breathtaking with beautiful gardens and multiple siting areas for relaxing with friends and sharing a meal. We were very excited about the hot tub spa and renting the kayaks and paddle boards to explore the beautiful Willamette River that lies on the foot of the property. Everything was perfect- down to the beautiful lavender plants that scented the yard and added to the overall enchantment of the landscape. Highly recommend for a family; and would definitely consider as a couple's getaway too! Thank you for a great stay. A wonderful way to explore Portland and the surrounding locales!"
    Guest: Erin R. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 28, 2016
    View listing
Sponsored Advertisement