|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
This lovely cabin rests secluded on its aged lot amongst towering fir, pine, and cedar trees. Zoe's Log Cabin is the quintessential log cabin. Built in 1939, it is a classic example of an Oregon homestead and is listed in the Historical Homes Registry.
Walk out the back door and you will see and hear the Sandy River as it gently winds down the mountain. A few steps further and water is at your feet. It's like having your own beach.
Zoe's Log Cabin has retained its original Steiner design and features a hand-hewn log staircase, an antler chandelier, a pellet stove, and a natural stone fireplace highlights its rustic beauty.
In the cozy living room there is the fireplace, as well as a television, VCR, and a video library for those snowy evenings.
There is also a TV and VCR with a wonderful movie selection in the loft. There is a full kitchen with a microwave and a coffee maker for starting the day.
This cabin features two decks. One is just off the lower level bedroom. The other is riverside to relax, share and enjoy the natural beauty of nature and the Sandy River.
This is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom home with an additional loft. The bedroom on the main floor has a queen size bed and opens to the deck so it has plenty of daylight. Go up the natural hand carved stairs and there is a delightful loft with a king size bed and a twin bed.
This cabin enjoys easy access to ski resorts, hiking trails, lakes, golf, tennis, fitness center and a playground. Just a short walk away is the breathtaking Wildwood National Forest featuring Streamwatch.
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The rustic charm is authentic and more impacting in visiting than photos could ever show. We loved it and wanted for nothing. The river and the cabin beams are the big draws. The porch and single pain windows tell stories. We would love to go back.
I only wished the shower/tub worked. It had week pressure then stopped after a minute or two.
So many triggers to memory of the past here. From the architecture to the curated wall hangings, kitchen utensils and textiles. It's more rustic and charming than the photos could capture. Minus the tv and the pellet stove one would feel comfortable and content in a time capsule not knowing what year it was 1930 or the present. I would strongly recommend if you want to tune out and breathe the mountain river air.
Love Zoes, love raiding the VHS collection!
We rented this house for three nights and left yesterday after just two nights.
My wife and I decided to stay in this house over Christmas. When we arrived we were pleasantly surprised with how cute the little cabin was. Unfortunately, within a very short time we realize that this house is, good from far and far far from good.
We are not picky at all, that is why we did not get upset and did not pay too much attention to, the house being dirty, cobwebs in many places. Locks and doors are very hard to use. My wife could not open the front door in the morning. Doors did not align and therefore the locks are very hard to close. But honestly, we did not care about these things. What made us leave a day early and completely upset are two things. Inadequate heating and no water pressure.
First, about water pressure. There was no water pressure. I actually had to take a metal pot from the kitchen fill it up with water and poured over my head to take a shower. It took me forever to do that. The tub itself, is very dangerous to use. A person should not be standing in the tub because the bottom of it is not flat it's curved. When wet, it is very slippery. I almost fell out four times during my attempt to take a shower. I am not kidding. I think the tub was made only for sitting in. So, I don't know why they installed (Mickey-Moused )the shower head in there.
Second, about the heating. They had a "pellets stove". It was okay, when it worked. But, it only worked when it wanted to. They also had the thermostat Mickey-Moused. We were told not to let it run out of pellets. Okay, but we are city folks and we are not used to just sit by the stove and monitor it constantly. We also like to go out and sometimes sleep. Well, after the pellets ran out, and we came back home and saw that they were out and we refilled the stove it never worked properly again. I called the office, they said they will send somebody by the next day. Nobody even called.
Those two reasons are why we left a day earliy from this cute cabin.
After this past election week we needed a fast getaway from the world and Zoe's Cabin was perfect. It is even better than the photos and the location couldn't be more convenient. It was 50 minutes from our door to the cabin. LOVED EVERYTHING!
We will be back.