The casual, friendly atmosphere was great for us, having no time schedule. I really enjoyed their big cats, and the variety of rooms to hang out in. We got a balcony room, and it was lovely to have, overlooking the woods but not oppressed by them, facing west for a cooler evening an a beautiful sunset. A lot of birds to view as well.
The beautiful wood floors did result in a bit of excess echo and noise if one is sensitive to that. Though far away, kitchen and other guest noises traveled clearly. Again, lends to homey feel, but may not be ideally suited to a private retreat. Our private bath within the room, with a door, did have a full bath which was nice. A lot of space in bathroom cabinets.
The bed was very soft although not firm enough for back support if one is not used to that. we liked the big double closets. A lot of room for hanging, a long shelf in each, and a couple other shelves in one closet. No dresser in the room for a longer stay, but out-of-suitcase and high shelves would work.
There is always serve yourself food available if you leave early, llike breads, spreads, yogurt drinks, continental....
Located in Southeast Portland, this bed & breakfast is 2.5 mi (4 km) from Leach Botanical Garden and within 6 mi (10 km) of …More
It was near where we wanted to be for a wedding weekend / family reunion. Lots of shopping and restaurants nearby. They actually have a pretty nice breakfast that is included; bacon, eggs, etc.
Only real gripe would be that with the temp in the 90s we had to have the air conditioner running most of the night and it was extremely loud. But it worked well! We also didn't seem to be in synch with housekeeping; their hours seem sort of limited.
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Located in Southeast Portland, this hotel is 2.3 mi (3.8 km) from Clackamas Promenade and 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Clackamas Town …More
Situated southeast of downtown, this area’s funky cafés, secondhand shops, and record stores make for an engaging stroll. The Hawthorne Street, Belmont, and Antique Row districts draw foodies and bargain-hunters alike. Stumptown Coffee Roasters serves as a shrine for local coffee lovers. Other sites of note include the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and Mt. Tabor, an extinct volcano.