Rustic cabin with woodstove, high ceilings, updates and lots charm sleeps 5.
- english, french
About Judy Berck
We are a writer and urban planner who live in Portland with two boys aged 11 and 15.
Judy Berck purchased this Cabin in 2017
Why Judy Berck chose Brightwood
This is our family cabin and happy place! We come when we can, and love to share it when we can't. It's on a nice piece of land near everything.
What makes this Cabin unique
When the sun streams through the trees, it's really beautiful. And the vintage touches are fun.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Quiet area. No parties or loud outside music.
NO SMOKING OR CANDLES ALLOWED IN CABIN/ON PORCH
Well-behaved dogs, selective breeds only. No cats
Yes! Porta-crib, high chair, booster seat on site.
Loft ladder: NOBODY UNDER AGE 9. Only 1 person at a time. Adult must go up first to turn on lights. Don't move ladder.
Plumbing: Sensitive toilet system. Toilet paper only. KINDLY USE AS LITTLE TOILET PAPER AS POSSIBLE. Throw out what you can in the garbage.
Please remove shoes at the door. Always close the doors (or screen doors). This helps limit pine needles and bugs. Kindly use coasters under drinks.
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Great family getaway
Great little cabin in the woods. Old traditional cabin. Location great!
The wood stove cranks out the heat, the shower and beds were great, and the cabin was equipped with everything you need for a stay in the woods. Thanks, Judy!
So glad you enjoyed your stay, Jen, and hope you come back again!
loved this sweet cabin!
The house was so sweet. Very efficiently designed and stocked. It's a small space, but easily accommodated me, my two besties, and my kid. Beautiful location, easy to get to Mt. Hood skiiing and sledding. Comfy beds and cozy warm, especially with the woodstove, though also many heaters. Would definitely love to come back!!
Super cute and cozy! Very easy to get up the mountain and play in the snow. Our kids had a blast playing games, dancing to the records and snuggling up by the wood stove. The cabin is full of cute little details. We had a great weekend, thanks so much Judy!
So glad you and your kids enjoyed yourselves! You're welcome back anytime.
Small, cozy cabin with a wonderful record collection, quaint kitchen, and lovely rooms. Board games, relaxing, quick drive to mountain activities. Gets cold in the winter so take advantage of the wood stove!!
Cozy, quiet, mountain retreat
Everything you need and lovely thoughtful touches made this cozy cabin so very charming. Our pup loved it too! Nugget approved!!
Thank you, Jennifer! So glad you and Nugget enjoyed yourselves. I hope you come back soon.
Timberline Lodge and Ski Resort is an iconic architectural gem atop a natural wonder,. Hand-built in 1937, out of native stone and timber, Timberline Lodge was built by artisans employed by the Works Progress Administration during the Depression, and decorated by hundreds of stonemasons, blacksmiths and artists in the Arts and Crafts style. It has a variety of formal and casual restaurants and bars. It was the setting for the movie "The Shining". Well worth a visit any times of year, if only to walk through all the common areas and drink chocolate by one of the six giant stone fireplaces.
Mt. Hood Meadows: arguably the most spectacular skiing, boarding, cross-country and snowshoeing in the Pacific NW. It offers a big mountain experience with 2,100 skiable acres of all levels. In warmer weather, you can ride the scenic chairlift up the mountain and go hiking or geocaching.or enjoy live music.
Mt. Hood Adventure Park/Skibowl Sking and Snowshoeing is only 20 minutes from the cabin. In the winter, it offers both day and night skiing as well as assisted snow tubing for children. In the summer, it offers over 20 attractions, including a 1/2 mile slide, bungee trampoline, raceway, pony ride and much more.
Pioneer history: the last part of the Oregon Trail, the Barlow Trail, passed right up and over the mountain very near the cabin starting in 1845. You can find the wagon trail ruts of the Barlow Rd, and all kinds of traces and signs about avails including tollbooths, pioneer graves and more.