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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

Recent Lake Oswego reviews

  • Wonderful estate for family togetherness

    "This home was over the top for our family trip to Oregon for a friend's daughter's wedding. The home was spacious and nicely designed to allow time together and also to be able to find a quiet area to have my quiet time. The dock was a hit for the kids and the osprey nest was visited often by a blue heron! What a delight to sit at the dining table and watch a squirrel frolic in the yard. The kitchen was easy to work in and the beds were so comfortable. There was plenty of soft towels for all of us and the spa was an added bonus. I wish we had more time to enjoy an evening fire by the outdoor fire pit, but it rained the one evening we could've been outside. In all, I think this home was a delight and a great place to make memories with our family. We will certainly consider returning to this home if the opportunity comes up again."
    Guest: Jan S. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 5, 2016
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  • Location, Location, Location

    "We loved the location and ease of getting to both Univ.of Portland and to downtown Portland. The house was equipped with anything one would need on a vacation. It was cute and charming. The giant sectional was great for enjoying family movies. Loved our stay!"
    Guest: Marnie O. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 13, 2017
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  • Perfect home base for our girls birthday getaway!

    "This house provides the perfect setting for a wonderful vacation. The house is well-maintained and has been updated to include a spacious, modern kitchen with plenty of small applicances, nicely appointed bedrooms with comfortable beds, bathrooms with plenty of towels, and adequate common area space for socializing. The location cannot be beat, as it is so easy to walk to coffee houses, restaurants, the grocery store, day spa, bars, etc. Becky was very nice and made it all so easy to book the house. I hope to return someday."
    Guest: Michelle E. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 29, 2017
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  • Amazing place but leave the pinball machine off if you value your sanity

    "Never before have I started writing the review for a rental before the rental experience wasn’t even half over. Never before have I been so thoroughly traumatized by experiences suffered dwelling within a VRBO rental. The Gottlieb “Dimension” pinball machine is a classic game from 1971. It features prominently in the living room/dining area of this basement rental. A spacious man cave on steroids, to augment metaphorical stereotypes, in a lovely little neighborhood that’s within walking distance of endless Portland attractions and entertainment. The weather was idyllic, the bed soft and cozy, the shower water piping hot. This bleeping flashing machine will bewitch and consume all your vacation time. It will break your heart, again and again with the liping out and going down that left sided red alley and take your 5 balls and leave you well short of the high score of 84,000. This machine makes is obvious why the Fonz in Happy Days would hit that jukebox. It wasn’t to get a free song! It wasn’t to be “cool”! It was hatred for the electronics of the 70s. Electronics from the 70s were a thing of evil that most of us assumed were all safely rotting in a landfill somewhere. Harmlessly leaching heavy metals and poisons into the aquifers. But no! Alas, some of these demonic electronics still function to this very day! Remember when Tom Hanks got made into a full grown man in the movie “Big”? Remember how it was weird how he then had sex with that adult woman? Well this pinball machine is another level of devious! That fortune telling thing was nothing compared to the raw deviltry contained, nay trapped, inside this ancient cabinet. I don’t know if I can sleep here another night with this machine in the next room. Calling to me seductively. A goading sign on it reads “Only playable from 8am to 10pm”. But even when the power to this monster is safely off, the bells still ding in my fractured mind; the lights still flash in my darkened soul. But seriously, if you need to get the demons out, there’s a pinball bar 5 minutes walking distance from this place called the C-Bar. They have all the friendly modern pinball machines in a secure room. They all cost 50 cents per play, not like the 10 cent fee for the demonic Dimension machine waiting for you in the rental for when you stumble home. Seriously folks, Portland in Spring, if it weren't for digital cameras, I'd have a 10,000 film developing bill. I mean DAMN!"
    Guest: Ryan C. Date of Stay: April 2017 Review Submitted: April 22, 2017
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