Nestled in 3 acres of firs and ferns, this magical & historic home will become your favorite getaway. Large bedrooms, each with a private bathroom; fireplaces, and views of the Columbia River are just the beginning. Stroll the grounds, enjoy the deck, or sit by the fireplace. Savor the farm style kitchen and enjoy the peace and quiet. This 100+ yr old home offers lots of exploring around the property. Take a walk through the woods, then rest your feet and refresh your soul sitting atop the cliff overlooking the mighty Columbia. The kitchen is a chef's delight. And the outdoor dining area overlooking the river and Washington hillsides is the perfect place to enjoy it. After a long day cozy up in the living room in front of a roaring fire. Or head down to the game room for some ping pong and games.
May - September: $650/NT, $3900/WK *2 night minimum in July & August
October- April: Please Inquire
I will send you a quote from our booking system to process your payments. 50% due upon booking the reservation. 50% due 60 days prior to check in. A $1000 security deposit will be due the day before check in, and refunded promptly within 5 days after check out providing no damage or excessive cleaning is observed in the home. Holiday Rates may apply.
Located at the crossroads of the spectacular Columbia River Gorge and the magnificent Cascade Range, Hood River County is a scenic wonderland of natural beauty in every season. Here you’ll discover a world of year-round outdoor recreation, dramatic vistas, historic landmarks, fantastic food, wine and beer—and best of all, warm, friendly people.
Hood River welcomes sports enthusiasts in all seasons. In addition to being the windsurfing capital of the world, we offer kiteboarding and stand-up paddleboarding, mountain and road biking, hiking, whitewater kayaking and rafting, fishing, and world-class skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. With two ports and two boat basins, the area also serves both commercial as well as recreational boating.
The fertile Hood River Valley has been famous for its orchards for more than a century. From blossom time to the turning of the leaves, the more 14,000 acres of commercial pear, apple, cherry, and peach orchards provide miles of scenic beauty. Fruit grown here is of such exceptional quality that the county leads the world in Anjou pear production, and 50% of the nation’s winter pear crop comes from Hood River. The local “Fruit Loop” is a favorite with visitors and locals alike.
Livability and quality of life are priorities in Hood River County. Our mild climate and clean mountain air, our year-round recreational activities for the whole family, and our fresh local culinary delights and award-winning wineries make it a popular destination for visitors from around the world. Festivals, art and cultural happenings, plays and music, and sporting events occur throughout the year. We invite you to visit this place of stunning beauty and discover your next adventure here