|Minimum Stay||2 - 4 nights|
Have a rustic cabin in the woods experience, but with modern comforts in this dog-friendly, two-bedroom, one-bathroom Welches vacation rental with space for up to four mountain-loving guests and one friendly dog (for a small nightly fee). Secluded among towering cedars and firs, this abode offers great amenities like indoor and outdoor fireplaces, a private outdoor hot tub, and is just minutes to unbridled wilderness along the Salmon River on Mount Hood!
Located just past the Resort at the Mountain's golf course on the south side of Mount Hood, The Cedars is a quiet escape from the bustle of Portland, which is just 46 miles away but a whole world apart. It's also just a few short miles south to the picturesque Salmon River - the entire length of which is given federal protection under its "Wild and Scenic River" designation. Fishing, kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, and many more outdoor activities are within an easy four-mile drive to the trails of the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness.
The home itself is perfect for a relaxing weekend trip with a few friends or a romantic getaway with a loved one. With wood panel walls, a quaint fireplace, and comfy couches and chairs, the living room beckons for you to settle in and make yourself at home. In this room you'll also find a TV with a DVD player, and a CD player and iPod dock for use.
You can enjoy the outdoors, even if there's a chill in the air, thanks to the outdoor fireplace on the porch. Back inside, you can also find WiFi, and a collection of games, books, and puzzles for entertainment during a downpour.
The home's well-stocked kitchen is compact but offers modern appliances and enough cooking space to whip up a great meal. And when the meal is ready, enjoy it at the four-seat wood table adjacent to the kitchen.
If you've hiked all day and need to soothe your sore muscles, take a dip in the private outdoor hot tub, which is even covered for use during inclement weather.
When it's time for sleep, retire to either of the home's two bedrooms, which have queen beds that will comfortably accommodate up to four guests. Modestly furnished but comfortable, these rooms are also bright with plenty of natural light streaming in from picture windows.
Only 19 miles to Timberline Lodge and Ski Area and 24 miles to Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort, this home's location is perfect for skiers and snowboarders looking for a peaceful stay that's far enough from any crowds yet close enough to easily get to the slopes.
Tranquil and relaxing, this dog-friendly, two-bedroom Mount Hood vacation rental is a peaceful escape from the city into the beautiful mountain wilderness of Oregon's tallest mountain!
The cabin is super cute and rustic but could really use some TLC to bring it back.
This cabin was super cute and felt very homey. It's in a great location and everything you need is a very short distance away. There's tons of games and movies, which is awesome -but the wifi is not very good (no streaming or doing important work from here) so don't count on the internet for entertainment.
Even though it is in a little housing area with quite a few neighbors- it feels very secluded and there is plenty to do inside and outside to keep you busy. There are 2 bbqs, a fire pit, and an outdoor wood stove on the porch (although I used none of these because of the weather) and a covered hot tub!! (which was a god send while the rain was beating down). Theres also a ton of towels and bathroom toiletries....and lots of kitchen stuff and some basic spices (but no baking dishes or cookie sheets).
The entire house, from start to finish, is adorable - in a very "my family has owned this cabin for the last 50 years so it has its own personality" kinda way. The circuits trip easily, the hood fan doesn't work and the hot tub makes a terrible noise depending on which setting you choose. The house is also on a slant so one of the rooms feels a little off kilter.
That being said, as soon as you get the feel for its quirks it is quite endearing (having to go out to the breaker box in the rain is still frustrating, don't get me wrong) and as soon as you understand what to expect the cabin is a total gem.
I do think it's a little overpriced based on the idiosyncrasies listed above but on short notice I couldn't be too disappointed and I felt lucky there was Even a cabin left in the area for rent.
All in all I would absolutely stay here again, but Do not go into the visit with the image of a pristine rental without little issues that will undoubtedly need your gentle touch and patience.
If you are the kind of person who doesn't actually like the outdoors too much and you want everything to be perfect all the time- this is not the cabin for you.
If you can roll with the punches and want an awesome cabin that your whole family could really enjoy without feeling like everything is too nice to even be touched - this is DEFINITELY the place you want to be.
We had a great visit and this cabin was everything we thought it was going to be. It was cozy and super cute and we loved that it was kid and dog friendly!!! We had a small issue with the co2 detector and Kevin the maintance guy was right out to the cabin to check things out, which we really appreciated! The only downfall was the different set of instructions for the cabins. Vacas says one thing, the owner says one thing and then the email says one thing and all three being different. Other than that it was perfect and we will definitely be back!!
Wanted to love but couldn't.Circuit breaker tripped everytime we tried to make coffee. The only real way to heat cabin was wood stove but no matches were provided. Window in front was broken and just covered with plastic. Door to master bedroom does not close. This cabin is cute and hot tub worked perfectly just wish everything else did...
While we loved the cabin itself, location and all the amenities - especially the hot tub, gas fireplace in the living room, tv and DVD selection - unfortunately, the electrical circuit controlling lights, heaters, the wireless modem, etc in all but the living room repeatedly flipped off. This only happened once the first night and, thinking it might be a normal occasional occurrence for an old cabin and reading the note in the kitchen with the location of the electrical panel, I went outside and flipped the breaker back on. Unfortunately, it switched off with increasing frequency throughout the day on Thursday, meaning that there was no heat/lights in the kitchen, bathroom or bedrooms, making it very difficult/impossible to prepare dinner, shower, etc. The wireless router did not work because of its location in the bedroom. Luckily, I had brought my own wireless hotspot since I was working remotely.
I called to report this problem on Thursday morning and was told that maintenance would come by, I provided my call back number, and confirmed it was fine for them to enter even if we weren't there. They did not respond. I followed up with an email in the afternoon and received no response. We had to constantly trudge out in the cold and ice every time we wanted light in the kitchen/bath and then it only lasted a few minutes before going dark again. We found ways to work around the lack of consistent electricity/heat but it really put a damper on what otherwise would have been a wonderful get away. It has been three weeks since my stay and I have called twice, emailed, completed a satisfaction and still have not received an apology or any type of compensation. Very disappointing.
Our weekend away ended up being a lot more eventful than planned. At 10pm the carbon monoxide detector went off....actually it yells EVACUATE at you. At that time we turned off the gas fireplace and opened all the doors to air the place out. The detector turned off. We turned the fireplace back on and the detector was set off again. We called the non emergency number for the fire department and they told us we needed to evacuate and wait for them to come check the house. This meant also waking my 4 year old.,,not fun. So we went and sat in the car and waited. It was about 20 degrees outside. The fire department came and told us that we could no longer use the gas fireplace safely. This is the main source of heat for this property. There are also space heaters in the bedrooms but they do not heat the entire space by a long shot. At that time, I emailed Vacasa and said what happened and that I would call in the morning. It was very late by this time. When I called in the morning, I was told that I could have called Vacasa and they would have been happy to call the fire department for me. Not exactly what I consider helpful. They did send someone with an additional space heater out a couple hours after that phone call. It didn't heat the space very well but certainly better than nothing. We couldn't run all the space heaters at the same time without tripping the breakers.
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