A block’s walk to over 13 miles of bike paths along the beautiful Willamette River, this charming country cottage, exquisitely remodeled in 2015, has a classy rustic vibe. Just a five minute walk to Cider Station (regional hard ciders and beer on tap and several food carts) and a bicycle rental store, and just a short drive to UO, downtown shopping, eateries, & brewery district. Private & quiet with A/C. An Airbnb favorite! :-) Note: Rates vary based on demand and summer/winter rates differ.
“Mindy and I can’t thank you enough for your Five-Star hospitality! We have stayed at a hundred Airbnb’s around the country and your beautiful, clean, decorative, country cottage is easily at the top of the list. It is obvious you used the highest quality materials in its construction and decoration. The appliances were top of the line. Everything we could have possibly wanted or needed was there. (Iron, board, umbrella - even cute rubber boots!!!) The outside lighting and inside “fairy lights” were charming and romantic. The bed and linens were the highest comfort. Our six year old granddaughter was in “heaven” during her sleepover in her “private” loft! The large screen tv and entertainment system were better than you find in 4 and some 5 star hotels. Your friendly communications with us were immediate, helpful and reliable. We will be back to Eugene often to visit our daughter’s new little family and friends and will not be happy unless we stay at your cottage. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! Mark and Mindy”
Welcome to the second floor of my home nestled in the trees on a quiet street just a few blocks from the beach. The space is open, light, and airy filled with lots of art. Close to the beach, hiking trails and Cape Meares Lighthouse.
“Carol's home is exceptionally beautiful. The space itself is bright and colorful, filled with wonderful art and books. When we arrived Carol even offered to dig up some firewood to take down to the beach for an evening bonfire (she is so sweet!). The beach is just a short walk away from the house. The hot tub was incredible. The bed was so comfortable I didn't want to leave. The kitchen is fully stocked with everything you need. Carol also offered us a late checkout. We cannot wait to come back and stay longer next time. Carol's place and Oceanside were truly the highlight of our road trip; we look forward to booking with Carol again! <3 What a treasure, highly recommended.”
Sandy's first and only Tiny House! Although this home is located just a mile from Hwy 26 within Sandy's city limits, it's located on a private 23 acres, so you'll feel completely secluded. This makes it the perfect place to stay while visiting the Mt. Hood area. The tiny house was built to capture the amazing view of Mt. Hood. The home was designed around a moving window wall system that completely opens to the outdoors allowing for one of the best views of Mt. Hood. We hope you enjoy!!!
“We really enjoyed our stay at the Tiny House! Sandy was a good location for our access to many of the surrounding attractions - Portland, Washington Park (Rose Garden and Arboretum) the Columbia Gorge and Hood River, Mt. Hood, and Mt. St. Helen's, all of which were in driving distance for day trips. Such a quiet and peaceful setting! Unfortunately we had clouds the entire time we were there and couldn't really enjoy the view of Mt. Hood. However, we did get a glimpse of it the first night, along with a rainstorm and a beautiful rainbow. I'm certain on a clear day, the view would be amazing! The tiny house was very comfortable and clean and modern. Check in and check out was extremely easy. We were glad to have a mini kitchen with a fridge to keep our cooler stocked for our day trips. It was very relaxing and a great place to stay to end our Pacific Coast road trip! We will definitely stay here again if we get the chance to return to Oregon!”