About this listing
Slumber in the scenic surroundings of this big, old house. Built in 1908, we are minutes from hiking, kayaking, crabbing, fishing and beaches. The house sits across the street from the Nehalem River and has a big yard with 300 year old trees. Make s'mores by the fire, borrow from our game collection, sleep late, and enjoy a complimentary extended continental breakfast plus snacks. Enjoy our claw feet tub that is perfect for a nice, long bubble bath.
NOTE: 9% City tax is collected separately.
Lots of complimentary amenities, huge shower, claw foot soaking tub with bubbles and bath salts, s'mores fixins provided and roaring fireplace to greet you.
You'll have a very large bedroom, full access to both bathrooms, the living room and fireplace, the dining room, and all of the surrounding grounds. House residents keep to their private spaces, so you'll usually have the common areas to yourself.
Interaction with guests
Always available to chat or happy to leave you alone if you prefer.
Smoking allowed outside only please.
Please keep the front door closed.
No parties, no guests.
Your room and the common areas shown to you are for your use.
Please refrain from exploring other areas or cabinets.
$25 pet fee per room (covers multiple nights)
$11 fee per night for additional guests beyond 2 (does not apply to infants under 12 months old)
Must pick up after your pets.
Thank you for staying with us, we are happy to have you!
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.
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I'm funny, artistic, strategic, friendly, generous. I love reading, movies, art, writing, philosophizing, board games, nature, animals, gardening, cooking, inventing, commerce, business development, and changing the world for the better. I come from a very large family; nine siblings, 8 nieces and nephews, 7 great nieces and nephews, 2 dogs, 4 cats, 50 chickens, 1 awry rooster, 1 sweet rooster. My life motto is "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave." I share my home with three great people: my partner Judes who is a potter and very friendly and funny, my nephew Richard, a senior in high school who is smart and funny, and my sister Danielle who loves cats, is pretty quiet. We all like laughing, movies, board games, and reading.