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Step away from everyday life and escape to this lovely cabin located in Government Camp! With an open layout and cozy wood stove, guests will feel at home in this beautiful mountain setting. Spend entertaining and relaxing afternoons at home by the fire reading a good book or playing one of the many board games available. The cabin has a convenient full kitchen and you should feel free to bring and cook your own food during your stay. Some of the appliances include a sink, an oven and stove, a microwave, a toaster, a blender, a waffle iron/skillet (reversible), and a mini-fridge. There is a small dining table for four right by the stove. The first floor also includes a full bathroom with a walk-in shower. The two bedrooms are located upstairs and are conveniently separated by a door.
The neighborhood is great for walking. In a few minutes you can stroll down to the heart of Government Camp’s main drag, and without driving you can be cross-country skiing or hiking, depending on the season, on the Glade Trail, Crosstown Trail, or around Trillium Lake. Try one of the many great local restaurants or stock up on groceries at the nearby markets and cook your best dishes at home. A short drive will take you to Ski Bowl, Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood Meadows, Teacup Nordic Center, or Cooper Spur Resort. Even the town of Hood River is easily accessible, almost 42 miles away.
Things to know:
Please remove shoes off while inside.
Full kitchen with a smaller fridge and no dishwasher.
Please note that this home does not include a TV.
High-speed internet and free WiFi, perfect for working from home, distance learning, and streaming. Please note that this is a mountain home and sometimes there may be connection problems.
Parking Notes: Parking is not reserved and is tight around the house. The best bet is to unload and then find an available spot close by. During winter months, you’ll need a SnoPark permit, which you can buy at the Huckleberry Inn, the General Store, or other retailers. SnoPark permits help pay for the maintenance of roads and parking areas in snow zones. Please pay attention to posted signs as to parking availability.
You must be 21 years or older to rent this property.