|Minimum Stay||1 - 3 nights|
This quaint Hood River chalet is perfect for a six - plus the family dog! Find many restful nights and gorgeous natural attractions when you stay here.
A six-mile drive takes you to the heart of Hood River for the summer's festivals, award winning craft breweries, and one of the Colombia Gorge's 30 wineries. Hood River Waterfront Park invites you to paddle or windsurf the waves among rolling hills. Hood River Golf Course is nestled just a mile and a half away and Post Canyon's infamous single track trail system for mountain bikers is just 3 miles away. This home is just 34 miles to Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort along the famous Mount Hood Scenic Byway.
At the home, you can whip up a hearty breakfast in the large full kitchen or sun on the front deck, or warm up by the free-standing gas fireplace. To your left you find a large entertainment room with big screen, two oversized couches.
A restful nights sleep in this pastoral chalet will come easy. Two sturdy pull out Murphy beds, one queen and one double each in separate rooms. Tuck in on one of two oversized couches to enjoy complimentary Netflix on the flatscreen.
Your next vacation will be one to remember when you stay at Hideaway on Hood River!
Thanks for considering a Vacasa home! We provide full-service management for privately owned vacation homes, and like to think that we offer our guests the best of both worlds: the unique experience of staying in a one-of-a-kind vacation home, with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that the home you book for your special vacation is cared for by professional housekeepers and property managers.
Vacasa began in 2009, simply because our founder and CEO Eric wanted to find a better way to share his wife’s family’s summer home in Long Beach, Washington with guests as a vacation rental. Eric and his early team worked to build Vacasa on the premise that local employees can do what they love most (taking care of guests, homeowners, and properties), while the hands-off tasks of vacation rental management—things like marketing, filing taxes, and maintaining a website—could be handled by a specialized central support team.
Our passion is connecting travelers with the unique experience of staying in a vacation home, and we would be honored to be your host. Please contact us with any questions about this home—our team is standing by!
Fit out needs. Family of 4 adults. Good communication about checking in and out. Would recommend
the house was charming, loved the rustic feel and the character of the house. Close to town. the owner was very helpful.
Nice to have the murphy beds. The house worked great for four women who like to converse and laugh into the wee hours.
Super cute old, farm house was really great for our family of five. There is one bedroom and 2 murphy beds which make this really functional for families on the larger side. Having said that, there were a couple of things I think are worth noting. STOP, before you read further do know I am a self-proclaimed hotel snob :)
There was sort of a dorm room feel. The bathroom towels were totally fine and looked very clean but it stopped there. So many of the towels seemed extremely old and thin, very mismatched and thrown together. Pillows were just okay, but very old - some had old blood on them and my guess is most of them are not new to this house and are nearly 20 years old (not joking). I think a small investment of new kitchen towels, linens and pillows would go a long way in the overall feel for vacationers ...
There was a small problem with the hot water both days we were there, one just needed to reset the unit using the red button near the top to get it going again...no biggie but worth noting if it helps anyone in the future.
We were very thankful for the netflix, especially early mornings as we were getting going - our kids were occupied so we could get ready for our day in beautiful hood river! Recommend the Lavendar farm (we arrived at the end of the season, but they have a great gift shop) and Packer farms along the fruit loop (fantastic pumpkin patch, corn maze and overall grounds - the food they have for sale is to die for!)
Overall, a great compromise based on price but could just use a few things to really kick it up a notch. No-frills, a great place to sleep :)
When the GPS said "you have arrived at you destination" I felt I was going int an abandoned house. The front yard had weed that were not cut, only until I seen the lock box and the combo worked did I realize that I was at the right place. When they took the picture it was a better day. One inside it was clean with plenty of towels etc. The kitchen was well furnished. There was no TV other than Netflix. The first morning there was no hot water. After inspecting the hot water heater the overheat circuit had to be pressed then there was hot water ant which time it overheated again and the process had to be repeated. I would not recommend this to friends or relatives.
We did enjoy are stay in Hood River. There is a ot to do in the area.
Driving up to this "hideaway" our first impression was that it looked like an abandoned farmhouse. Dead grass, overgrown and dead landscaping, all badly neglected. Sadly the inside of the house was just as bad. It smelled like a wet dog and needed an entire afternoon of airing out just to be tolerable The house was very dirty; floors unswept, window sills dusty and covered in dead bugs, cobwebs all over the ceilings. The dishes, in particular bowls, cups and cookie sheets, were all dirty and required a scrubbing before they could be used. There were dust, dirt, left items and bug carcasses under all furniture, including the tub. The water heater ran the entire time as if there was something running in the upstairs apartment. Games provided were broken or missing key pieces. Yes, all appliances worked, we had hot water and a roof over our heads but it was not worth the price or hassle of dirty floors, dishes and feeling of "yuck" everywhere. We will NOT be returning. This was our first and last Vacasa experience.