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Recent Willamette Valley reviews

  • Great location

    "Everything about this place was perfect. Just a couple blocks from 3rd street with tons of shopping, food and tasting rooms. Super comfortable bed great linens and towels We had a great 40th birthday weekend"
    Guest: Karin R. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 7, 2016
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  • Amazing Lakefront Log Cabin Lodge for a Family Vacation!

    "We stayed here when we came to Oregon for my brother's wedding and had a fabulous time. The lodge is perfect for big family get togethers and just enjoying the view of the lake, forest, and mountains and spending quality family time together. We loved seeing the lake views and stars on the wraparound porch and exploring the area on foot. The scenery is incredible, and the lodge is comfortable and cozy. I can't think of a better place to enjoy the Oregon scenery and a fun family vacation at the same time."
    Guest: Rachel J. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 5, 2016
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  • Great spot for family in SE Portland

    "Great location near hawthorne, division, parks, shops, etc. Upstairs two bedrooms that share a bath. Main floor has large living room, dining room, kitchen, master br and bath. The master br is small. All the beds are a little funky. The master bath has two doors into it from master br and kitchen and has a nice large tub and shower. The kitchen is very nice with a gas stove, good fridge and freezer and lots of utensils. There was a lot of stuff in the cabinets such as seasoning stuff, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and lots of tea bags. Downstairs there is a closed off bedroom that is pretty nice. The larger area in the basement has a bed but the mattress was not good. We took what appeared to be a futon mattress out of a closet upstairs but their was a lot of dust (according to my son who is allergic to dust) either from the futon mattress or the basement, not sure. He ended up preferring the couch upstairs. Good parking (driveway that an hold 3-4 cars (serially) and front street parking. Nice area with good neighbors. It's quiet. The backyard was pretty nice, totally fenced, with table and chairs and grills outside. All in all a good place to stay."
    Guest: Greg Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 7, 2016
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  • 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
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