Fall is coming and we can't think of a better way to enjoy it, than with a friend and a bottle of local wine, on your own private deck! Deck chairs? Check! Wildlife? Check! Located within a short drive to Portland, and several amazing wineries; if you choose to explore, you won't be disappointed. If you'd rather stay in, our secluded 148 sq ft tiny house has all the amenities of larger accommodations including convenient parking, games, books, an eat in kitchen, and an ultra-comfy "nest" bed.
Nestled in a quiet forest, at the end of a gravel driveway, complete privacy is ensured.
The entire home and deck is yours to enjoy! In the morning, feel free to enjoy coffee on our deck, during the day you can tour the local wineries and antique stores. And, in the evening, watch the stars from our comfortable outdoor space.
My goal is to exceed your expectations, and I take my role of Hostess very seriously. With the goal of providing my guests with a unique and comfortable experience, I am a very proud to say I am an official "Hostfully Hostess."
This means when you stay with me, you get a Hostfully guidebook link emailed to you. The guidebook contains all the essential information about my tiny home (including how to use the dry flush toilet) as well as recommendation for activities, shopping, hiking, and restaurants all over our lovely town of Sherwood, Oregon. It's easy to navigate, and if you are out and about, you can access it from your phone.
There are two options for check in: 1) I can provide the front door code and have a detailed hardcopy and online link for our Helpful House Handbook available or 2) If you prefer an in-person check in and orientation (tiny houses and dry flush toilets are rather unique and often require some instruction) just ask!
Please, please, do read the Helpful House Handbook. Tiny Houses are unique and your comfort will be GREATLY enhanced if you're familiar with the features. For instance, guests will need to use ONLY the shampoo, conditioner, soaps, cleaners and blow dryer provided.
The human neighbors are friendly, but enjoy the privacy that country life ensures. The numerous animal neighbors are furry, or feathered, and some are approachable; but most are pretty shy. (deer, raccoon, quail, squirrels, skunk, etc...)