Are you in search of a classic and convenient home base for your next Hood River escape? This one-bedroom craftsman bungalow offers plenty of space for a couple of fun-loving couples, dog-friendly accommodations, and an ideal location right downtown.
Nestled in a residential neighborhood in central Hood River, this single-level home sits on a street with peek-a-boo views of the Columbia River. You'll be just blocks from Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom and Full Sail Brewing Company, one mile from Hood River Waterfront and Port Marina Parks, and a short walk from restaurants, shops, and yoga studios.
This cozy home is well-loved and ultra comfortable, and is over 100 years old! Well-worn hardwood floors are complemented by nice furnishings. After a day of windsurfing on the river or hiking in the Gorge, you'll enjoy getting cozy with WiFi and a wall-mounted flatscreen TV with Netflix streaming (please note, however, that there is no cable service).
Take a quarter-mile walk each morning to enjoy a homemade breakfast at Egg River Cafe - or prepare your own dishes in the well-equipped kitchen. You'll have full-size appliances and plenty of cabinet space for your groceries, as well as a high-top dining table with seating for two.
And there's no reason to leave your furry best friend at home - The Flying Squirrel welcomes as many as two dogs (for a small nightly fee) and even has a mud room and a private washer/dryer to help keep everyone clean.
With one bedroom and one full bathroom, this Hood River bungalow will comfortably accommodate as many as four people. The bedroom features a queen-size bed with a colorful coverlet, while the cozy bathroom has a tub/shower combination. A sofabed offers additional sleeping space.
As one of the most famous windsurfing destinations in the country, Hood River has long been a magnet for water sports enthusiasts, hikers, and cyclists alike. You'll have your choice of downtown recreational outfitters if you want to take a windsurfing lesson or rent kayaks, bikes, or wet suits, and you'll find convenient beach and swimming access at Hood River Waterfront Park.
Spend a day making the scenic ascent of Dog Mountain just 13 miles west on the Washington side of the Columbia River. Or, follow the Hood River Fruit Loop to discover acres upon acres of apple orchards, pear orchards, and farm stands selling delicious local jams and produce.
Plan a weekend full of hiking, windsurfing, and beer-tasting - this simple and inviting Hood River bungalow will make you feel right at home!
STR license #593 A damage waiver, covering up to $2,000 of accidental damage to the property or its contents, is included in the cost of your reservation.
You must be 21 years or older to rent this property.