|Minimum Stay||2 - 4 nights|
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This mountain cabin-style Sunriver home offers guests eight SHARC passes, dog-friendly accommodations, and a private hot tub - enjoy with family or friends any time of year!
Sunriver is about 18 miles away from Bend and about 21 miles from Mt. Bachelor. This beautiful resort offers guests over 33 miles of paved bike paths, golf courses, and shopping and dining at charming Village at Sunriver.
This lovely home offers guests a clean, well-appointed home to spend their time in. Tongue-and-groove wood paneling and soft furniture create a warm vibe, while amenities like WiFi, cable, a DVD player, and a CD player and stereo add to the fun. A gas fireplace warms the space.
The kitchen is fresh off of a renovation with blonde cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and granite counters. Cook up a delicious meal and dine at the spacious dining table, or enjoy a meal outside on the deck. Barbecue steaks or veggie kebabs, and take a soak in the sunken in hot tub on a second deck while the dishwasher takes care of the after-meal clean up.
This three-bedroom (with loft), two-bathroom home sleeps eight people, plus two dogs for a small nightly fee. There are two queen beds and two sets of twin bunk beds. The loft space includes another TV area with a lovely skylight. Additional amenities include a washer/dryer and eight SHARC passes.
Take your family to SHARC to play in the lazy river, various swimming pools, or soak in hot tubs, book tee time on the golf course, or bike along the smooth paved paths. There's horseback riding, ice skating, shopping and dining, and nearby rafting and fly fishing on the Deschutes.
Book this stylish and comfortable Sunriver home today to make your escape to Central Oregon adventure-packed and cozy.
Deschutes County Tax Certificate #77
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We enjoyed our stay at Sunriver-- the property was clean and well cared for, and within walking distance to SHARC which was great! The hot tub was a welcome treat at the end of a long day. Highly recommended, we plan on staying at 21 Pole House Lane again!
The house was fine and we had no issues with it. It is an older house, but the kitchen was recently upgraded so that was great. The house's location to the trails and village was great, plus the sharc passes made it a great trip
It was a fun weekend away and didn't want to go home!! Definitely will be back again!
This home is anything but 'sleek', but I'll start with the positive: a good hot tub and a convection oven; regrettably, nearly everything else about this home was AWFUL. I am fairly certain much of the electrical wiring is illegal and a potential fire hazard (e.g. the random wires in the kitchen just above the sink that are literally just sticking out of the wall). The linens (bed, kitchen, bath) are DISGUSTING. I had to make a trip into Bend just to buy decent bath towels and a pack of 4 kitchen towels that didn't look like they had been used to clean animal waste for the past 20 years. The shower had no plastic liner, just a dated cloth curtain that specifically said 'use with plastic liner'. Are the owners of this cabin so cheap that they can't spend a little money on the basics? The mattresses were like sleeping on concrete; I imagine that a night on the pine needles outside would have been more comfortable than these. Never mind that the mattresses are likely 30 years old. It took me several days for my back to recover from my 'relaxing' vacation. I would strongly recommend that the owners take a trip to Ikea and invest in some basic linens and a couple of mattresses, this could potentially disguise the fact that the cabin hasn't been adequately cleaned in years. There was hair (pet and/or human) all over both couches and the floors, the wall behind the sink was spotted with stains, and when I grabbed a blanket from the closet, it too was COVERED in hair (again, of unknown origin, not that it makes much difference). After my trip to Wal-mart for linens, I spent the next several hours doing laundry in hopes of making this a tolerable place to stay. I would also add that a few decorative updates would be appropriate. There's a lamp in one of the bedrooms that I recognized from my childhood in Florida, from the 70s. The throw pillows on the beds and couches were equally dated (and just as gross as the linens). I'm ok with re-purposing old furniture, but do it in way that doesn't suggest 'indoor rummage sale' or 'place where tables and beds come to die'. I'm so terribly disappointed with this experience, but on the upside the conditions inside forced me to spend all day, every day outside (walking, biking, hot-tubbing).
House was well stocked with essentials, but dark inside with several light bulbs burnt out, and extra lamps put away in the closets with light bulbs missing. Warm and cozy with gas fireplace controlled by a thermostat, and another thermostat for central heating.