|Minimum Stay||1 - 4 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!
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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.
Enjoyable stay. Nothing special. Worked perfect for a bunch of groomsmen to use for the weekend.
A wonderfully quirky nook with so much light and breeze. Great location near enough to downtown Hood River but still feels private and spacious. We loved our stay!
My first impression of the house was that it didn't quite match what the description was. The pictures make it seem like the house is very secluded, when in fact the neighbors are about twenty feet from the living room window. Also there isn't anything about the fact that the owners live upstairs and can show up without warning. This didn't happen during our stay but after reading other reviews I felt like I was just waiting for them to show up the whole time we were there. The house itself is very nice. The shower works well, and the owners provided just about everything you could need with the exception of food. The beds were very comfortable, and the gas fireplace kept us quite cozy. The back patio made a great venue for breakfast, and when it cleared up we could see the mountain which was beautiful. We also spent all day on Saturday exploring the "fuit loop" on highway 35. The Gorge White House was amazing, with you pick flowers and berries, as well as some amazing food and house made hard ciders. We proceeded to check out another cidery called Fox Tail that was quite good, headed to the lavender farm, and finished our journey at the Alpaca farm where we got to feed baby Alpacas. All in all I would definitely recommend this property to friends, but perhaps there should be a disclaimer about the owners having the upstairs of the house in the description.
Enjoyed staying! Very affordable for a short stay. It was a little dark inside for game playing due to lamps needing light bulbs. Informed property owners, so shouldn't be an issue for next time.
The Hood River Hideaway is the ground floor of a rather rustic farmhouse with plank floors and high ceilings. There is a funky mismatch of furnishings and decor, but it is perfect for staying with your dogs. No central heat, but the gas stove and ceiling fans do work to heat the first floor well. The bed in the one bedroom is very comfy. We did not use the Murphy beds. There is lots of hot water for showers and a delightful old claw-foot bathtub. There is lots of floorspace for your dog beds. The kitchen has plenty of dishes and cookware, coffeemaker, toaster, large vintage refrigerator, ('70s, I think) newer microwave and the electric range works fine. There is no range hood and NO DISHWASHER. Being about 4 miles from Safeway on the west side of Hood River, it is also handy to the vineyards and orchards. The yard is large, so you can go out and walk your dogs around. Neighbors on one side are very close, as is the Grange Hall, which seems to have Saturday night social events, but they end early.