|Minimum Stay||2 - 4 nights|
This lovely cabin rests secluded on its aged lot amongst towering fir, pine, and cedar trees. Zoe's Log Cabin is the quintessential log cabin. Built in 1939, it is a classic example of an Oregon homestead and is listed in the Historical Homes Registry.
Walk out the back door and you will see and hear the Sandy River as it gently winds down the mountain. A few steps further and water is at your feet. It's like having your own beach.
Zoe's Log Cabin has retained its original Steiner design and features a hand-hewn log staircase, an antler chandelier, a pellet stove, and a natural stone fireplace highlights its rustic beauty.
In the cozy living room there is the fireplace, as well as a television, VCR, and a video library for those snowy evenings.
There is also a TV and VCR with a wonderful movie selection in the loft. There is a full kitchen with a microwave and a coffee maker for starting the day.
This cabin features two decks. One is just off the lower level bedroom. The other is riverside to relax, share and enjoy the natural beauty of nature and the Sandy River.
This is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom home with an additional loft. The bedroom on the main floor has a queen size bed and opens to the deck so it has plenty of daylight. Go up the natural hand carved stairs and there is a delightful loft with a king size bed and a twin bed.
This cabin enjoys easy access to ski resorts, hiking trails, lakes, golf, tennis, fitness center and a playground. Just a short walk away is the breathtaking Wildwood National Forest featuring Streamwatch.
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The cabin was great! It was just what we were looking for in a winter cabin.
We had a short stay at Zoe's Cabin. The cabin was spotless and all kitchen supplies were very clean. The view from the living room and the back porch to the river was fabulous and relaxing. The stair rail was a work of art from a true craftsman. We had just three small problems but we found a way around them. It did get very cold at night in the cabin but the supply of stove pellets was generous. We found the size of the cabin to be much smaller than the picture images allowed us to think it would be. Still, a lovely place. We will stay here again.
This was probably one of the nicest cabins I've seen in my life. It's so rad. There are other cabins surrounding it, but it's positioned so that it's very private once you get inside - the front of the cabin actually faces the river. This was a killer trip. I'll for sure do it again.
This little cabin was in the perfect spot! To hear and see that river rushing by was quite the relaxation we needed. Close enough to get right in to town, but felt like you were 100 miles away. Fire is a must for us so the possibilities were abundant there! Pellet stove, fireplace, and fire pit front or back. Kitchen had everything we needed. If I have to pick the one bad thing it was the water pressure. Understand location plays a factor I assume, but that is a downfall. At times it was just dripping out the shower facet. Besides that it was the perfect romantic seclusion we were looking for.
This cabin was everything we hoped for. The pictures are definitely accurate. It felt homey and was super relaxing get away.
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