Marcola, OR, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Marcola

Glamping
7br Glamping
    These glamour tipis in Oregon have been designed in "Zen style." According to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s words, “Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” There are seven tipis in total, each of which can accommodate two guests, with the exception of the Crazy Horse Tipi, which can sleep up to eight guests. The tipis have beautiful stone floors with wool rugs, warm and comfy beds with cotton sheets, down comforters, and wool blankets for the cool Oregon summer nights, as well as an extra chair and side table.Though all of the forest tipis are connected by trails and are within sight of each other, there is plenty of space and privacy between them. The five forest tipis have electric lights, and the two tipis by the creek (Chief Seattle and Chief Joseph) are lit with candles and lanterns. Please read below for further descriptions on individual tipis.Chief Seattle Tipi: This is a beautifully painted 22-foot tipi depicting ravens flying over mountains. This tipi is perfect for a couple, or for a family with children who can sleep on two to three extra foam mats. This tipi is located between the house and the creek, and it’s surrounded by beautiful birches and lawn. This is the only tipi with a fire pit in the center, and that’s precisely why it’s the site’s most popular tipi. Inside, glampers will find a full-sized bed with a comfortable goose-feather down comforter, which comes in quite handy during cool summer nights. This tipi is lit by candlelight, which gives it a warm, romantic glow.Chief Joseph Tipi: This beautiful tipi is located on a grassy area between the creek and the garden. It boasts a stamped, concrete floor, and like all of the tipis, it’s decorated with rugs and wool blankets. This tipi has a great location, as it’s right in the heart of all the activity. It’s close to the outdoor kitchen, the patio, as well as the bath house and spa. This beautiful tipi is lit by candlelight, which gives off a lovely, warm glow. Inside the tipi, glampers will find a queen-size bed with a nice down comforter. This tipi is a great choice for parents with young children who want to stay close to everything. Glampers can fall asleep to the sound of the splashing creek, and wake up to the sound of chirping birds. It’s the perfect tipi for a little getaway.Sitting Bull Tipi: This tipi, which is located in the middle of the site’s forest, is actually the first one the hosts built. The tipi’s floor is made of Lakota limestone, and inside the tent glampers will find a cozy queen-size bed, a warm down comforter, and a beautiful buffalo hide atop the bed. This tipi is lit by a bedside lamp as candles are not allowed in the forest. Crazy Horse Tipi: This is the site’s biggest tipi. It measures 30 feet in diameter, and it is located in an area surrounded by Douglas firs. Inside, glampers will discover a world of rich colors and textures, as well as lots of warm, wool blankets and rugs. A string of little lights add to the cozy glow of the tipi. The tipi is equipped with two full-size beds, which both boast comforters, as well as four floor mats. That means that this tipi can comfortably accommodate up to eight guests, and even up to 10 if there are children. Please do keep in mind that those sleeping on the floor mats should bring their own sleeping bags.Sacagawea Tipi: Located along the edge of the forest is the Sacagawea Tipi. With cedar trees on one side and a beautiful, open field to the other, this is a beautiful forest tipi. Inside, there is a stone floor with a wool rug, as well as queen-size bed fitted with a down comforter.Hiawatha Tipi: This tipi is located deep in the forest, though still in sight of the other forest tipis. With a warm, vibrant interior of wool blankets and rug over stone floor, this tipi boasts electricity, and a queen-size bed with a down-comforter. Calapooya Tipi: This forest tipi is sheltered beautifully by tall Cedar trees and located close enough to the creek to hear the water. This is a painted tipi with a heavier canvas, and inside there is a stone floor, a queen-size bed with a comforter, and a bedside lamp that provides a warm glow.All tipis have access to a modern bath house with two full bathrooms.
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    The SpaceOur "Cabin in the Woods" is one of the 11 dwellings of Tipi Village Retreat and it enjoys the best of all worlds: it is nestled under tall old trees in our forest, and it overlooks the wide open field to the West of the retreat, getting flooded with late afternoon sunshine. It is a real treat to sit on the deck in the afternoon, watching the sunset, or to wake up by the call of the quail, finding yourself surrounded by tall trees. Nature all around: you see it, you feel it, you hear it - and you smell it. You get up and take a 2-3 min. walk along the forest path to the bath house that is shared by all cabin and tipi dwellers. On the way to the bath house you check out the chickens and pass the garden. “A comfy bed and a writing table is all I need.” A perfect writer’s retreat, wrapped up in its own world of trees and light, with beauty framed by every window. This cabin is a favorite for wedding nights with its comfortable veiled queen-size bed, and the magic of the little lights in the forest night. Very romantic!
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    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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    The SpaceThe Garden Cottage is part of Tipi Village Retreat, a tipi bed & breakfast in Marcola Oregon. We have seven tipis, two cabins and two private suites on this forested land by the creek. Tipi Village is perfect for group events of up to 30 guests, for families in search of adventurous activities, but also for personal retreats or romantic getaways. The tipis offer sacred, meditative spaces. We left them uncluttered in a calm ZEN style. The seven tipis and two cabins share the two baths in our bath house. Even the farthest tipi is only 2-3 min. away from there. Our guests' favorites are the hot tub and the fire pit after a hard day at whitewater rafting or reading in the hammock.... Breakfast is included, and we offer on site family style dinners in the Northwest cuisine, with focus on fresh and local foods. Guest AccessIf you are at Tipi Village Retreat on a personal retreat or a romantic getaway, you can spend all day relaxing, moving from hot tub to hammock and back to the tipi for a nap. If you feel more ambitions, you can drive the 30 minutes to Eugene or go on a scenic wine tour. You could also leave the car parked and go for a run or walk along the river or up into the hills, or on a self-guided tour of the ghost town of Wendling. Then it is time for dinner - and after that, listening to the stories around the fire pit of the other guests' adventures of the day. What a day! On the other hand, if you are looking for adventure you will find enough to send you spinning. Check our local Visitor Center for 'Things to Do': (website hidden) Interaction with GuestsWe are easy going. Some guests want to chill, read and hang out in a chair or hammock all day without having to talk. It is all good! We are a retreat.
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    The SpaceThis painted tipi is beautifully sheltered by a stand of tall cedar trees, and close enough to the creek to hear the comforting sound of the water. It is a tan-colored painted tipi, and it literally adopted us. If you want, I'll tell you the story when we walk on the forest trail to your tipi. The light inside is dimmed and soothing. - This tipi also has a beautiful stone floor, covered with a wool rug for warmth and beauty. The bed is queen size, comforter covered with extra wool blankets to keep it cozy in Oregon's cool summer nights. This is one of the tipis with a rain hood, to keep you dry, so you can focus on listening to the raindrops' play on the canvas. The forest turns magical at night, with the lights along the paths, and the tipis lit like big lanterns. Don't forget to take a stroll then along the forest path. The chickens are finally in bed, and the night sounds take over. And then there is the stillness.
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    The SpaceThe upstairs Studio with its queen size “sleep number” bed and full bathroom is a perfectly romantic book-lovers paradise. Stay in your PJ’s and read all day – or get lost in the shelves of books and only emerge for meals, for walks in the woods, or a nap in one of the hammocks – why not? The studio has heat for the winter and cooling for the summer. It is a most comfortable 'dwelling' year-round. A favorite at weddings or for a romantic weekend getaway.
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    The SpaceThe Master Bedroom has the absolute best location in the house in the South-East corner of the house, closest to the creek. A patio door connects this centrally located room with the heart of the party.The flowing water is the last sound you hear before you gently drift away - and it is the first sound that greets you in the morning, together with the morning sun. The walls are kept in soothing greens, and the tallest wall shows the rich texture of American Clay. We love rugs, and you will see a nice display of rugs draped over the concrete wall that separates the bed from the closet. The bed is queen size and very comfortable.
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    The SpaceCrazy Horse tipi if part of Tipi Village Retreat. It is a 30 ft. tipi, a group tipi, the biggest we have. Surrounded by tall old Douglas Firs on the western edge of the retreat, it gets flooded with the warm afternoon sun, painting designs on its canvas. The spacious interior feels sacred, tall and spacious like a cathedral, and we thought it might eventually make a wonderful ceremonial tipi. The rich colors and textures of the rugs and the extra wool blankets draped over the rope around the perimeter lend inviting warmth and comfort, and almost give it a 'nomadic' feel. We called it "Crazy Horse" for its monumental size - and it became our two-family-dwelling - with two double beds, covered with comforters and up to six additional floor mats - for a maximum occupancy of 8-10 people. It is perfect for children of all ages, for two families, reunions, girlfriend getaways. Enjoy the sounds and smells of the forest. You can use it as a home base for various adventures all around, may it be ocean beaches, whitewater rafting, hiking, horseback riding, climbing or sightseeing. Breakfast for all included, dinners extra by reservation.
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    The SpaceDeep in the forest where the deer bed down for the night - and yet within distant sight of the other two forest tipis - make this tipi your home for a restful sanctuary. The forest offers a deep healing silence that we all need to retreat to in order to recover our senses from the noisy world in which we spend our daily lives. In this deep silence you can hear your soul speak to you. The colors of the interior are kept warm and vibrant, and just like the other forest tipis, it has electricity - and the light at night turns the tipis into magic lanterns. A cozy down comforter provides a warm bed for all those cool summer nights.
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    The SpaceChief Joseph Tipi is located on a grassy lawn between the creek and the garden. This tipi has a stamped concrete floor and is decorated with rugs and wool blankets. It is located right in the heart of all activity, close to the outdoor kitchen, the patio, as well as the bath house and Spa. Fall asleep to the sound of the splashing creek. Wake to singing birds. Bask in the warm sun. Cool your feet in the creek.
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    The SpaceChief Seattle Tipi is one of seven tipis at Tipi Village Retreat. It is a beautifully painted tipi, with ravens flying over mountains. It measures 22 ft. in diameter - and it is big enough to provide a beautiful setting for a weekend workshop for 10 - 15 participants or to accommodate a family of four or even five. It is located between the house and the creek, surrounded by birches and lawn - a perfect backdrop for any celebration or gathering. Chief Seattle is our only tipi with a fire pit in the center, which makes it our most popular tipi. The floor is stained concrete with slate inlay at the entrance. Like all our tipis it is decorated with rugs, wool blankets and stones. The bed is full size with a cozy goose down comforter that will keep you warm during the cool summer nights. The candle light of this dwelling renders a warm and romantic glow. No electricity here. Breakfast is included, after all, we are a B&B. Family style dinners by reservation. There is no restaurant within 30 min's drive. The bath house is only a minute away, so is the hot tub, the group fire pit and the main house with dining patio.
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    The SpaceIt is a sweet location with a little patio of its own, near the edge of the forest. To one side its neighbors are tall cedar trees, on the other side it offers a filtered view of an open field. The Sacagawea tipi is one of the two forest tipis we added to our collection in the spring of 2009. There are now three forest tipis, all connected by trails and within sight of each other, but with plenty of privacy space in between. The interior of this tipi features a stone floor with wool rugs and a queen size bed - so comfortable, you might want to stay in bed and enjoy a morning of listening to the birds - or open the door and watching the deer, the wild turkeys or the flock of quail wandering by.
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    The SpaceSitting Bull tipi is part of Tipi Village Retreat, a tipi bed & breakfast in Marcola Oregon. We have seven tipis, two cabins and two private suites on this forested land with creek front. Tipi Village Retreat is perfect for group events of up to 30 guests, for families in search of adventurous activities, but also for personal retreats or romantic getaways. The tipis offer sacred, meditative spaces. We left them uncluttered in a calm ZEN style. The seven tipis and two cabins share the two baths in our bath house. Even the farthest tipi is only 2-3 min. away from there. Our guests' favorites are the hot tub and the fire pit after a hard day at whitewater rafting or reading in the hammock.... Breakfast is included, and we offer on site family style dinners in the Northwest cuisine, with focus on fresh and local food. Guest AccessIf you are at Tipi Village Retreat on a personal retreat or a romantic getaway, you can spend all day relaxing, moving from hot tub to hammock and back to the tipi for a nap. If you feel more ambitions, you can drive the 30 minutes to Eugene or go on a scenic wine tour. You could also leave the car parked and go for a run or walk along the river or up into the hills, or on a self-guided tour of the ghost town of Wendling. Then it is time for dinner - and after that, listening to the stories around the fire pit of the other guests' adventures of the day. What a day! On the other hand, if you are looking for adventure you will find enough to send you spinning. Check our local Visitor Center for 'Things to Do': (website hidden) Interaction with GuestsWe always know when guests at the retreat want to interact, or would rather be left alone. Everyone is different. - You can stay in the hammock or Adirondack Chair by the river all day with or without your book and nobody will disturb you. Promise! Getting AroundWe are out in the countryside. There is no public transportation.
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    Guest AccessIf you are at Tipi Village Retreat on a personal retreat or a romantic getaway, you can spend all day relaxing, moving from hot tub to hammock and back to the tipi for a nap. If you feel more ambitions, you can drive the 30 minutes to Eugene or go on a scenic wine tour. You could also leave the car parked and go for a run or walk along the river or up into the hills, or on a self-guided tour of the ghost town of Wendling. Then it is time for dinner - and after that, listening to the stories around the fire pit of the other guests' adventures of the day. What a day! On the other hand, if you are looking for adventure you will find enough to send you spinning. Check our local Visitor Center for 'Things to Do':
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    The SpaceAlways love to host family and friends at our country retreat. Close enough to the Springfield/Eugene area to work and play, and far enough away to enjoy peace and quiet. No access to public transportation. Guest AccessAccess to kitchen, dining and living room. There is also an empty office space available. Shared bathroom on second level and access to a sauna on third level. Interaction with GuestsI have lived in this area for 20 + years and am happy to share what I know of the beauty this area has to offer. If you are a runner, I can guide you to routes from 3 - 20 + miles. The NeighborhoodThere is one neighbor visible to the property and zoning in this area is 5 acre lots. The property backs up to BLM and Weyerhaeuser property. Getting AroundNo public transportation. 20 minute drive to the Springfield/Eugene area. Parking is not a problem. Other Things to NoteThere is wifi here, but cell phone reception is sketchy. A land line is available for use for calls within the US. Cats and dogs are allowed. There is a deck off the living room for people who smoke.
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    The SpaceThe bus resides on a 5 acre property in the heart of the Mohawk River Valley and 20 minutes to Eugene. Eventually, I plan on turning the whole property into an organic permacultural fruit forest, though at the moment, there are only a few fruit trees and tons of blackberries around property that you are welcome to eat. The bus includes an extremely comfortable futon that folds up and down, allowing for optimization of space and a comfortable night's sleep. There is a large counter-top, closet, spice rack, water dispenser, tons of drawers, cabinets, and storage space. There is electricity and wireless broadband internet available. Please feel free to come inside to use the house bathroom (toilet, shower, & sink), or if you're interested in raising the fertility of the land, pee in a bush and use one of our compost toilets. The kitchen is also available for your use, but please clean up after yourself and wash your own dishes. In the freezer there are tons of bagels that you are free to eat. The hot tub is also available, just give me a couple hours notice so that it can warm up. Guest AccessThere are 5 acres on the property and you are free to roam about. Interaction with GuestsI keep busy, but often have a flexible schedule, so I will generally be around the property somewhere if you need me. Texting is a good way to contact me if I'm not in the house. The NeighborhoodThe Mohawk River Valley is one of the most beautiful areas in Lane County and I always feel such a relief when I get off the freeway and head up towards home. It is not uncommon to see wild deer and turkeys taking a stroll through the property. Other than a raccoons and my two cats, there doesn't seem to be any other predators in the area. The surrounding neighbours are all very nice people who love horses and country living. Getting AroundThere is also plenty of space for any vehicle you may have, including a turn-around for trailers. The nearest bus station is miles away, but I might be willing to pick you up and drop you off if you're on foot and I've got some free time. Other Things to NoteFire danger is very real out here in the country, so if you need to smoke, please either do it in the parking area and make sure your cigarette is completely extinguished. I don't mind if you smoke pot in the bus, but DO NOT SMOKE TOBACCO IN THE BUS (that includes spliffs). Thanks.
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    The SpaceThe bus lives on our nearly four organic pasture acres, is fully converted with tongue and groove wood panelling, a sleeping loft with sitting height ceilings, a steep ladder to reach it but a very comfortable King size mattress once you get there, with a view through the trees to the organic vegetable & fruit garden that is behind our house. There is also a sleeping bench/couch on the "ground" floor that would only be suitable for someone 5'6" or less, two small armchairs, a closet and shelves for clothes, a table with benches for dining, double sink, wooden counter, a fridge,microwave, two burner electric cooktop, pots and pans, Keurig coffee maker, and electric tea kettle. A computer, flat screen TV, and DVD/Blue-ray player with approx a 100 DVD's & blue-rays but also books to read if you just want to relax in the bus. There is also a radio probably already tuned in to NPR! We supply coffee, tea, sugar, and milk enough for a day or so, plus there are a few small staples if you arrive late and want to cook something, or just arriving and haven't had time to buy anything. There is also oil and vinegar, salt & pepper for cooking etc. Windows and doorways have thermal curtains to block heat and cold - a ceiling fan and skylights that open to help cool the bus on warm/hot days. Air-conditioning is available as well as an oil filled radiator Though we are in the quiet of the country, it is really easy to reach the center of Eugene (or Springfield) in about 16-20 minutes where there are athletic events, shopping, dining, coffee shops, University of Oregon campus, theaters and concert halls. We are also very close to the McKenzie River (about 5 miles) with a landing to get onto the river and float to Armitage Park in Eugene. On the local rivers it is required (I think its even the law) that all passengers must wear a life jacket - there are many white water rapids. Guest Access- Most of the bus is available to you, except for a storage loft over the driver's area - To access your private bathroom (toilet, hot shower, washbasin) and laundry area, you will need to walk about 50-60ft through the fenced dog area along a pebble walkway lit by solar lights at night. Our dog is large and friendly once you have been introduced and is only in this area during the day. Main access to the bus is not through this area, but is reached from the area where you park you car by walking on the path by the yurt, avoiding the deck at the back of our house. - Private sitting area outside with chairs and barbecue - We have a freezer in the garage where we can store food for you if necessary as the one in the bus is just a fridge. - You might hear the noise of sheep, cows, horses, dogs and farm machinery during the day, but at night they all become quiet - including Marcola Road! Interaction with GuestsAs we live on site, we can be available to help and give any recommendations you might like to have - we've lived here for over 20 years and know the area well. We do have knowledge about hiking and walking trails and have biking maps to use for getting around the area as well as places in Eugene itself. On the other hand if you want to just come for a private, country experience without any interaction with us, we would totally understand and honor that. The NeighborhoodIts just a lovely open, peaceful valley with large hills on each side but is not isolated. It is easy and fast to get into the local cities by way of Marcola Road for 7 miles and then Hiway 126 (basically a freeway) for 6 miles to be in the center of Eugene and just over 8 miles to Springfield. Getting AroundWe are close to popular biking areas, rafting rivers, walks. There is no public transportation out this way so either a car, motorbike or bicycle would be a necessity. There is plenty of room to park your car either at the end of our street (we are at the very end) or on the property itself - you do not have to go through the fenced area to access the bus, but can walk past the back of the house and garden. There is a gravel walk around the back portion of the property which you are welcome to walk around, but please be aware that the green tape is electrified Other Things to NoteWe do recycle and would appreciate it if you would like to as well. Containers are in the driver's area of the bus, clearly marked. Compost - no meats, fish, or cooked food please but all else can go in the wheelbarrow that is at the bottom of the path on the way to the stalls Glass and plastic bags should each have their own bag Paper, hard plastic (as in bottles), and cans can all go in together. Regular garbage can be put in the garbage cans that are behind the garage and to the left of the path as you approach your bathroom. Thanks! For your interest: we do not use poisons or chemicals on the property or in the house or bus and use scent and chemical free washing soaps pretty extensively. The household spray provided is one made up of white vinegar, hydrogen peroxide and fruit & vegetable non-toxic wash. The dishwashing soap is "Dawn". If you have a problem with that, please let me know and I will exchange it out.
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    The SpaceWe are offering up our "tiny house" cabin to guests visiting Eugene, OR. The cabin is on Lost Creek Farm, a 14-acre organic vegetable farm about 25 minutes from the city of Eugene in Marcola, OR. The cabin is right next to our house, and daily farm operations are in full effect, especially during the summer. The place is ideal for young people, couples, and adventurous people who like nature and love being outside. Monday-Friday the farm is in full effect for planting and harvest so there are tractor sounds, and our young and energetic farm crew (4-5 people), will be around. Our space is good for people who like the idea of staying for a few days on a farm. It will not be ideal for anyone seeking a totally private and silent refuge. That said, we are pretty low key and quiet people after 6pm, and the tiny house is completely yours to relax in with a sleeping loft, fully functional kitchen with new appliances, and bathroom (with large tub). Guest AccessGuests have their own private tiny house! Interaction with GuestsWe are just next door in the main house and will mostly be around to answer any questions, and of course, to deliver your basket of just-harvested veggies!
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    The SpaceWe created this space as a home entertainment lounge. It's a place to have fun. Enjoy playing pool on our 3 piece slate, full sized pool table. A good quality sound system and projector are included so you can watch BIG movies on the North wall. We do not have any traditional TV service. The blu ray player can log into your Netflix or Amazon Prime account, and the video system will take HDMI input from your devices. We also have Chromecast input for audio/video and a Bluetooth input for audio. We have good wifi and wired internet connections for your use. Guest AccessYou have access to the entire guest house, and the gym room downstairs in the shop (you need to schedule gym time with us prior to use). The gym includes an exercise bicycle, treadmill, and stair-master. TV with DVD player, and sound system are also to be found in the gym. Interaction with GuestsWe will make ourselves available. We value your verbal and written feedback. This is new to us. We have no washer-dryer yet. Please tell us what you think; this guest house is ready to go, but still a work in progress. Getting AroundYou'll need a car, as their is no bus service. There is a quaint country store within walking distance-1 mile that is open 7 p.m.-8 p.m.. You can purchase food and assundries there. Other Things to NoteNote that we have two large dogs. The dogs are well trained and behaved. They have never shown aggression to people, but they look intimidating and will bark when you arrive and leave as they are saying, "Hello" or "Goodbye". We will be happy to introduce them to you, if we are available. We're currently experiencing our regular Fall weather, which is rainy and cold around 52-56 degrees. It's a good idea to bring rain gear and jackets.
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    The SpaceWe actually have a fully functional dental chair --without the dentist! Imagine sipping your morning coffee, enjoying the view, while reclined in whatever position suits you. The other unique feature of the room is the ping pong table. Go ahead! The spaciousness of this apartment/big room, I think you will find relaxing. --No tripping over each other's stuff! We can sleep up to 6 guests and there is still plenty of room. Views to the east and west include graceful horses. (Yes, you can pet them over the fence.) For the most part, it's very quiet, but some of the natural sounds we love here are birdsong, soft hooting owls, Canadian geese honks, coyote yips, summer crickets, and frog song. Traffic noise is very light. Guest AccessYour private entrance is directly from the driveway. You will first enter the "mud room," which is the shared portion of the rental because it contains the washer/dryer and our coats and boots. This is a great place to kick off your shoes, set down your bags, store your food, ( fridge and microwave included), and transition to your private room where you can relax. To respect your privacy, we block the door that connects your space to the rest of the house. Interaction with GuestsWe come and go throughout the day. Feel free to call or text if we are out, and just come find us if we are around; we're happy to help you enjoy your stay, and get to know you if you like. If you want to explore the area, we have maps and knowledge from many years of living in western Oregon to guide you to the type of recreation you are looking for. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is a rural community. The first white settlers arrived in the mid 1800's, and some of their descendants still live here. It's the kind of place where people know each other, and you wave at passers-by. Some folks raise cattle and hay, or manage their forestland, but nowadays, most work in town. One thing commuters love about living here is the long stretch of the road that follows the gorgeous McKenzie River. Getting AroundThe Eugene airport is 30 minutes to the west. Public transportation via bus is about 15 minutes away. For Duck football games and major track meets, the shuttle bus is convenient. We are happy to help with directions. There is plenty of parking at our house. We just ask that you not block the driveway. Other Things to NoteCell phone reception out here is sketchy. (If you need to reach us, and we are not responding by text, please call our landline.) There is a landline phone in your apartment for use if needed. Texting generally works well. Guests have reported being able to use Verizon and Sprint for calls in the house. If you want to be sure you can call, just step out into the driveway!
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    The SpaceThis will work for two couples traveling together, one couple or two singles traveling together. We will not rent to two couples who do not know each other, therefore the price is fixed whether you use one or both bedrooms. Guest AccessPrivate use of the two bedrooms and bathroom. Enter through front door shared with homeowner. Shared use of kitchen to store food in fridge, use microwave, dishes, pots/pans, etc. Shared use of deck - it may have stopped raining by then! :D Interaction with GuestsWe will be around some, but expect guests who are involved in attending the Trials and need minimal assistance. We will let you know of running routes on the local roads. These are country roads mostly with no shoulder. We recommend you run single file and step off the road when a car approaches. We are used to bikers and runners on our roads but some drivers give you more room than others. Of course, you can always go into town and run on Pre's Trail or the fantastic riverbank trail system. We have one house dog, a well-behaved and well-socialized Rottweiler. The NeighborhoodAwesome country property but this is basically a nice place for you to crash while attending the Trials. Getting AroundWe have plenty of parking space. You definitely need a car to get back and forth. No public transportation. Other Things to NoteThis is 14 miles one way from the Trials. You can jump on our wifi, but it's not super fast out here in the country! We will have coffee going in the morning as well as tea. There is a TV in one of the bedrooms, but we have the basic satellite package only.
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    Our place is located on 20 acres in a beautiful tree-filled area, with nice views. We are out of town-- It takes 17 minutes to drive to Hayward Field or Downtown Eugene or to Coburg Rd. You will love this spot if you enjoy privacy, outdoor space, and a darling, new, spacious apartment.
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    The SpaceThe house itself sits on a large property, with pastures, woods, a shop, barn, garden and creek. Guest AccessWe hope you enjoy kicking a soccer ball around, or playing a game of catch out in the large manicured portion of our yard. Feel free to roam across the bridge and walk around near garden. The inside of shop, treehouse, barn, wooded property and pastures are off limits for safety reasons Interaction with GuestsWe are just a text message or phone call away. If you need help with anything on the property, do not hesitate to call. Otherwise, we have instructions for everything at the house, and can leave you to enjoy the house as it is your own! The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is a quiet country road with a few other houses, all on nice sized pieces of land. Getting AroundThe best way to get here is by car. You can take a taxi here as well. Other Things to Note-There is a grill at the golf club, serving breakfast and lunch. A country General Store (over 100 years old!) less than one mile away with a nice beer and wine selection, and everything from toiletries to basic groceries and some tasty locally made jerky. -We have a tiny and friendly farm cat named Lola, who lives outside. She may be hanging around the porch, but she mostly keeps to herself and hangs out around the treehouse. -Our neighbors have animals that on occasion will meander into our big back yard (our neighbor's dog, named Saben and another neighbor's awkard llama). They are both friendly, and you can feel free to ignore them as they will return home on their own. If you have any questions about them, please do not hesitate to ask
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      Chief Seattle dwelling is a beautiful 20' tipi with a comfy queen size bed. If you are a family with children there is room enough for 2 foam mats. A cozy comforter and wool blanket from Pendleton Woolen Mills will keep you warm on those cool summer nights. The creek will comfort you as well ≈ while you listen to the wonderful sounds of nature. Less than a minute walk will take you to either of the two nicely crafted bath houses with a hot tub close by. Stargazing in the meadow is great to watch on a clear night. The fresh air will give you a wonderful restful sleep and in the morning the chirping of the birds may awaken you to begin another blessed day.
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        Crazy Horse is a majestic 26' Tipi with two fulls and 4 single beds available to house up to 8 guests. This dwelling is also available as a gathering place for ceremonies. Located 2 minutes from the bath house and situated 100 feet from the nearest neighbor. Crazy horse is far enough to offer privacy but close enough to not feel isolated. The floor is covered with beautiful carpets from around the world
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          Calapooya Tipi is an 18' Painted dwelling with a beautiful stone floor and rain cap for those wet Oregon days. This Tipi is located within a two minute walk to the bath house and in ground spa. A comfy Queen bed and Pendleton wool blankets will keep you warm at night. Ideal for a couple and/or couple with small child. Located 100 feet from the other Tipi's will give you a sense of privacy without feeling isolated. A plentiful breakfast is served on the deck for all.
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            Hiawatha Tipi is a secluded dwelling located at the edge of the forest and 100' from other tipis which allows privacy without feeling isolated. The queen bed has a cozy comforter and Pendleton wool blanket to keep you warm on those cool summer nights ** The stone floors create an elegance within the tipi. It is less than a two minute walk to the bath house and in ground hot tub. For breakfast Tipi Village Retreat serves a healthy breakfast from local and organic sources as much as possible.
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              Sitting Bull Tipi is our second largest Tipi located centrally in the forest. This Tipi is in close proximity to the bath house and hot tub. We call this our "King Suite". A comfy king bed covered in Pendleton blankets and topped off with an authentic Buffalo Hide. There is enough room for 2 additional foam mats to accommodate a family of four. With a beautiful flag stone floor and Tibetan Yak wool rugs we consider this to be a great place to experience nature in absolute comfort.
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                The upstairs Studio with its queen size bed and private bathroom is a lovely romantic dwelling with lots of books to choose from. Just below the stairs is the wonderful in-ground spa to warm, sooth and relax you while watching the creek just in front of you. The Studio has heat for the winter and cooling for the summer. Simply a cozy and private get away for a couple. If need be a foam mat can be placed in there for an extra guest.
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                  The Master Bedroom Suite is located in the south-east corner of the house, closest to the creek. A patio door connects this centrally located room with the heart of the party by the fire circle. The flowing water is the last sound you hear before you gently drift away ≈ and the first sound that greets you in the morning. The walls are a soothing green and the tallest wall shows the rich texture of American Clay. This room comes with a full private bath to relax in. Tipi Village Retreat is a lovely property located in the Mohawk Valley just 30 minutes outside Eugene, OR. The front part of the property is where a hearty breakfast is served and the in-ground spa is located. It is also an area which allow for games, yoga and other activities. In the back of the property is a forest with tall trees and a few small walking trails. "Our Village is a wonderful place to soothe and serene yourself with nature ∆
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                  This listing is for the entire property which includes 7 dwellings -------> 2 Master Suites and 5 Tipis which can be viewed as separate listings. There are 4 baths all together. This property is ideal for groups up to 25. You might be seeking accommodation for a Eugene event such as the Oregon Bach Festival or the Olympic Trials, or you might be vacationing in the Pacific NW ^ Tipi Village Retreat is always a sanctuary to come home to as well as a unique lodging experience. The forest is wonderful to walk in, jog on or simple behold. The front of the property is right on the great with large yard space for games, and yoga. It is also the location of where our hearty breakfast is served. Located in the Mohawk Valley only a half hour from Eugene, we are perfectly positioned for adventure. There are beautiful day-trip destinations to the North, East, West and South - may they be on two or four wheels. And at the end of a full day of adventure, imagine settling around the fire with your friends after an exquisite salmon dinner by the creek, then moving over to the warming water of the in-ground Spa under a starry sky. Tipi Village provides an idyllic setting for group retreats, family reunions, weddings and other celebrations. We can accommodate up to 25 guests, with exclusive use of the grounds and all amenities for the duration of the event. During the cooler months of October through May we offer the Studio or Master Suite. They are open year-round. The tipis all have beautiful stone floors with rugs, and like all other dwellings, they feature comfortable beds with down comforters and wool blankets to keep warm in cool summer nights. Breakfast is served either by the creek or on the patio. Your stay includes a gourmet breakfast, including organic free-range eggs from our own chickens. Ken also cooks up an amazing Spanish Paella fest in the outdoor kitchen for dinners, by prior arrangement. Time takes on a different meaning in the forest. You feel yourself relax into a slower pace - into the here and now of birds singing and water flowing. If you sit still, you can observe the wild flock of quail, the occasional pheasant or the wild turkeys and deer coming through on their daily wanderings. In the spring we see elk bulls grazing at the edge of the forest, and in the fall Oregon Chinook salmon is swimming upstream in our Mill Creek. - If you sit still, you will experience nature's silence and stillness enter your consciousness. You will find an atmosphere of respect among these tall trees - respect for the Land, the Keepers of the Land and for Mother Nature. Keywords: Tipi Village Retreat is both a village and a retreat, well suited for individual travelers and groups up to 28.