Westfir, OR, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Westfir

Home/Apartment
Excellent
87 reviews
Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceTired Dog Ranch, an 18-acre farm/forest retreat at the edge of the Willamette Forest at the west end of the Cascade Range with year-round Grey Creek as a west property line. Trails both on and off the property provide hiking enjoyment, while garden variety farm critters (horses, dog, chickens, cats) can be enjoyed by young and old alike. TDR features four vacation dwellings: Cascadian Cottage (sleeps up to 7), Cowboy Cabin (sleeps up to 6), Celestial Yurt (sleeps up to 4) and Hen House (sleeps up to 4) Vacation rentals, Campsites with composting toilets, potable water, post and beam "Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" with cook and serveware for up to 12, and large fire pit with wrap seating (seasonal use) in open grassy meadow surrounded by a collosium of evergreens and beautiful view of the constellation. An open air 'long house' is available for large group gatherings such as seminars, weddings, team building events, family and class reunions, etc. The grounds can accommodate RV parking with 20 amp/110v electric service and water hook up, but no septic service, equine lodging (45' diameter corral, hitching post, 12' x 12' paneled mare motels with fresh water canisters, grain buckets, muck rakes and wheelbarrow. Please call for pricing of these additional amenities. As the name suggests, Tired Dog Ranch is DOG & KID FRIENDLY so bring your two and four legged family members along for fun on the farm in the forest. Neither can be left in a dwelling without ADULT supervision (no teen baby sitters!) and dogs must remain on leash and children remaining cordial around the chickens, cats, dog and horses (no chasing, etc.). If access IN the pasture is desired, I must be on-site and as a guide, otherwise do not enter the pasture. You may feed the horses carrots and apples, but please cut them to bite size amounts. Bringing Pets AND/OR Children under 12 requires a fully refundable $300 security deposit (in the form of a check that remains undeposited) and as long as nothing is damaged or removed, this check is either returned or destroyed at your pleasure. To greet you at check-in is a fully furnished dwelling with fresh ground coffee, teas, farm fresh free range eggs, real butter & oil, basic condiments, music and warm fire ablaze during the cold months, DISH network, CD's and DVD movies and high speed satellite wi-fi to enjoy after a day of romping on the trails and in the waterways. Or if you prefer, laze around in the yards or orchard, kick up your paws in the hammock by the long house and under an orchard tree or at the edge of Grey Creek. Fun can be had romping around the many walking and riding trails on, around and beyond the property boundaries. The CELESTIAL YURT (sleeps up to 4) features an space-age insulated 30' diameter great room with conical open beam ceiling and sky-lite dome cap, insulated plank floor, full kitchen w/sink, gas range, frig; queen bed and full bed in pull out couch w/topper; 42" flat screen TV w/blue ray player + streaming video through DISH network, wi-fi, DVD, wood stove and dresser storage. $140/night - summer (April - Sept); $125/night winter (Oct - March). The CASCADIAN COTTAGE (sleeps up to 7) features a downstairs great room with wood stove, couch & comfy chairs, TV/VHS/DVD, Full + Twin Bunk Bed, kitchen w/electric range, double sink, frig and storage shelves, bathroom w/toilet, shower & sink, washer & dryer, and dining area that seats 6. The upstairs loft includes two twin beds and one king bed and TV w/VCR & DVD. Wi-fi and Netflix. $165/night summer; $140/night winter. The COWBOY CABIN (sleeps up to 6) features hardwood and ceramic tile floors, glass face wood stove w/custom river rock mantle, vaulted open beam ceiling in LR w/fan/light, comfy leather couch, padded chair and rocker, dining area seats 4, island with 4 swivel chairs, computer desk, private bedroom w/Queen bed; sleeping loft with lodge pole ladder access and two full beds. LED TV with DISH satellite, DVD's and VHS movies. $165/night summer; $140/night winter. All dwellings are wood stove heated (wood, paper, matches and kindling provided - fires will be made or ready at check in (depending on outside temperature) and with instructions and diagrams for starting and maintaining in each dwelling if you are unfamiliar with that process or a little rusty. Portable heaters are available if needed. Upper Meadow Campsites at $15/night - per car and 1 tent (maximum of 4 people) - fire pit, composting toilet and potable water provided. Trails and National Forest in immediate area. Minimum 48 hour notice - no exception - 48 hour notice RESERVATION ONLY, NO DROP IN'S - Check in & out at 12:00 p.m. Bring own wood, kindling & paper just in case available wood near campsites is wet/absent. "Leave no trace policy strictly enforced". "Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" $25 base charge - additional $10 charge per campsite per day for use of full service kitchen and hot shower shelter (24 hour notice required) - Seasonally available summer months (April - September) and TBA during winter months (Oct. - March). Summer months - May - September Winter months - October - April The surrounding area boasts of lakes, the North and Middle Fork Willamette River, creeks and streams, hot springs, hundreds of miles of mountain biking and hiking trails, the quiet communities of Oakridge and Westfir playing host to fun and festive summer and winter events. To the east approximately 26 miles is the Willamette Pass Ski Resort with ski lift, featuring a bounty of downhill slopes for all ages and skill levels, and cross country trails that would rival a cougar's tracks. See (URL HIDDEN) for other interesting and inviting events, features of the area, and activities throughout the year. Diamond Express, a subsidiary of the Lane Transit District (LTD) bus system provides transportation to all points west to urban growth areas surrounding the cities of Eugene/Springfield. Catch the bus at various locations for $5/day pass. Summer rates apply starting April 1st and extend through September 31st. There is additional charges for rental of a sleeping cot at $10/night. Additional guests over the designated capacity is requested, there is a $15/person/night charge. No sleeping on the floor (fire marshall and insurance rule). No critters on furniture (including chairs, couches and beds). Bring your own dog bed. Guest AccessYou have access to the 18 acres of lawn, woodland, pasture and Grey Creek, trails beyond the property boundary and your dwelling, as well as the fire pit in the upper meadow and the 20' x 30' open air Long House near the Yurt. Provided for your convenience are the following: Firewood, kindling, paper, matches or lighter (for wood stoves in dwellings only), tableware, silverware and glassware, cooking utensils, skillets, pots and pans, fresh bedding and towels, farm fresh eggs, fresh ground coffee, DISH and DVD's/VHS's, CD's, books/magazines, games and wi-fi w/Netflix/Hulu! Additional wood for campfires at $4/bundle (includes paper and kindling). TDR strictly adheres to NO FIRES during the restricted summer months. There is Washer and Dryer Service located in the Redwood Barn (across driveway from Yurt at $1.00/cold wash and $1.00/60-minute Dry. Interaction with GuestsI live on the grounds, very much in the background, but available if you need anything. The NeighborhoodTired Dog Ranch is located on 18 peaceful, diverse and private acres and is the last parcel before 100's of miles of national forest and the Cascade Range. The dwellings are located far from the access road and buffered by a pasture and wooded hillside. If traveling EAST on Hwy. 58, you will pass MP 32 and turn Right on Harbor Drive (cut thru road), then turn Left on LaDuke Rd. Head east until you cross over Grey Creek bridge (about 1-1/2 miles from Harbor Dr.) and take the next driveway to the Right. There is a sign "Tired Dog Ranch" and address posted. Follow driveway up to dwellings. If on Hwy. 58 heading WEST, between MP 33 - 32, turn Left on Harbor Dr., then follow the same directions as above. If you hit gravel, back up as you've gone just a bit too far. Look for the marquis "Tired Dog Ranch" which also has the address in white. Call if you get lost and I will guide you. My cell number is ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Getting AroundThe LTD provides transportation from Oakridge and Westfir through their subsidiary - the Diamond Express. There is morning and afternoon departure and arrival to various checkpoints in the area. Other Things to NoteIf you are an outdoor junkie and love to challenge the wilderness whether it be on foot, on a bike or on a horse, fish, hunt or sit quietly and listen to the sounds of nature - this is the place to be! On a rainy day, there are games, books, toys, music and movies to lounge and relax with. On sunny days, nature will call you to explore! DIRECTIONS - can be easy if you don't depend on internet maps. While traveling on Hwy 58, access to LaDuke Rd. is Harbor Drive, a cut through road between MP 32 and 33. Quickly you join onto LaDuke Rd. and head east (turn left). Travel about 1-1/2 miles and once you pass over Grey Creek bridge, turn into the next driveway to the RIGHT (south). There is signage "Tired Dog Ranch" just past a post at the driveway entry with the address 47061 LaDuke Rd. If you've hit gravel, you've gone too far, back up and look to your right. Travel up the driveway to your dwelling (Hen House is first, Celestial Yurt is second, Cascading Cottage is third, Cowboy Cabin is fourth, Campsite with Kitchen and Shower Shelter is through a fenced entrance at south-east end of property). If camping, drive into the upper meadow where a number of campsites nestle against the tree line. Stay on the designated perimeter driveway for access to camping sites. Refrain from driving or parking in the open field. Camping is permitted during summer months April - September), while the upper meadow serves as feeding grounds for the horses during the winter season. If you'd like to "Glamp", take advantage of the "Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" (full kitchen services including cook and plate ware, and four hot showers w/dressing areas). There is a $300 security deposit required at time of check-in for families with dogs and children under 12. Please bring your checkbook and make this fully refundable check to Tired Dog Ranch. Your check will be held undeposited and returned or destroyed (your preference) as long as no damage or removal of property occurs. There are free range chickens that wander all around the property during the daylight hours (that I need alive so I can continue to provide complimentary eggs to all my guests). KEEP YOUR DOG ON LEASH! Typically a parent doesn't know if there is any propensity for them to chase anything (squirrel, chicken, cat, other dogs, people, anything!!) so better to be safe than sorry, as replacement cost for a chicken is $50. Once in the forest and on a trail, it's okay to unleash the beast and let them set out to sniff to their hearts content, and the upper meadow is a fairly safe bet for no chicken zone, but take caution, as there may be campers with their pets and children enjoying their quiet outdoor slumber. DO NOT LET YOUR CHILDREN CHASE THE CHICKENS! This will get my border collie worked up and it doesn't turn out well... Dogs must remain with their owner at all times (no exceptions)
Home/Apartment
Excellent
54 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceGiddy Up to the Cowboy Cabin, plush with all that is western and rustic, be it the open beam vaulted ceilings with knotty pine, the post and beam construction or the distressed hardwood and large tile floors - many materials used in the construction of this dwelling are recycled or repurposed. The colors are a mix of bright and blooming, or sage brushy and calm - with artifacts and art to settle you in, cowboy style, after a rustling day in the woods or out on the plains. This is the only dwelling with a private bedroom that features a Queen bed for the restless cowhand in all of us. The river rock hearth and glass faced wood stove are sweet surrender to the eyes, or plug in a good movie on the flat screen TV perched on the sewing machine your grandma's grandma once used. Saddle up to the bar and crack a cold one, or hunker down to a warm meal at the table. Pull out a good book or honky tonk to a CD. Dedicated DISH network, wi-fi with Roku to watch Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, etc or plug in a cheesy movie on the big screen! Each of the dwellings are fully furnished and with fresh towels, clean bedding, a full kitchen with cookware, dishes, cups, glasses, silverware, etc. Wood stove for heat (with back up of heater upon request). The 18+ acre woodland ranch is located right against the National Forest and Cascade Range with walking and riding trails along the year round creek and into the level and mountainous old growth forestland. Each dwelling's rustic theme based elegance combined with convenient amenities creates a fun mood and sets off Tired Dog Ranch from any other overnight accommodations. Very unique, secluded and relaxing, TDR is nestled outside a quiet community that is yearly gaining speed as an outdoor recreational paradise. For those who want to camp and "glamp", there are a number of campsites in the upper meadow with composting toilets and a "Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" so you can cook without charring your meal on a propane 4-burner stove, wash the dishes (set of 12 plates, plastic and ceramic cups, 20 silverware, towels, S & P, utensils, pots and pans on hand) in a real live sink (hot water and soap on hand) and dry them in a rack. Two private hot shower stalls with dressing area and hooks for towels are dreamy when the day of play is done and sleeping sweaty in a sleeping bag feels sticky and smells stinky with the sunrise(no sea shells by the seashore were harmed in the making of that sentence). The central fire pit with wrap seating is magical for roasting hot dogs, marshmellows and warming tootsies while howling at the moon and constellation of other noteworthy stars with a collosium of second and old growth trees nestling you to sleep as owls croon you to stay an chat a spell. Summer rates (increase to $165/night) apply starting April 1st and extend through September 31st. If booking in the winter months for a summer time reservation, the additional funds can either be submitted via Pay Pal or at check-in. Guest AccessGuests have access to the 18 acre grounds and private access to the National Forest with trails surrounding the property. Within the grounds is an orchard, woodlands, lawn, pasture with horses, a mule and a mini paint pony, farm cats and dogs, free range chickens and even a Russian tortoise! The open air long house provides shelter, Grey Creek bordering the west property line provides peaceful contemplation and fun rock throwing, and the upper meadow with the glow of a campfire in the big fire pit and surrounded by colossal trees provides a lovely backdrop on a moonlit night! For those who want to camp and "glamp", there are a number of campsites in the upper meadow with composting toilets and a "Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" so you can cook without charring your meal on a propane 4-burner stove, wash the dishes (set of 12 plates, plastic and ceramic cups, 20 silverware, towels, S & P, utensils, pots and pans on hand) in a real live sink (hot water and soap on hand) and dry them in a rack. Four private hot shower stalls with dressing area and hooks for towels are dreamy when the day of play is done and sleeping sweaty in a sleeping bag feels sticky and smells stinky with the sunrise(no sea shells by the seashore were harmed in the making of that sentence). The central fire pit with wrap seating is magical for roasting hot dogs, marshmellows and warming tootsies while howling at the moon and constellation of other noteworthy stars with a collosium of second and old growth trees nestling you to sleep as owls croon you to stay an chat a spell. Interaction with GuestsI live on the grounds, in a separate house, so am nearby, but not in your space. The NeighborhoodI love that Tired Dog Ranch is it's own little village - three separate dwellings and fun, usable auxiliary buildings on diverse 18 acres surrounded by national forest, and bordered by year-round Grey Creek (Dogfather of this gloriously diverse land). It is the perfect combination of woodland and pasture, with orchard, lawn, chickens, horses, dogs and farm cats to entertain daily. The neighborhood is rural, but the grounds are very private. For those who want to camp and "glamp", there are a number of campsites in the upper meadow with composting toilets and a "Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" so you can cook without charring your meal on a propane 4-burner stove, wash the dishes (set of 12 plates, plastic and ceramic cups, 20 silverware, towels, S & P, utensils, pots and pans on hand) in a real live sink (hot water and soap on hand) and dry them in a rack. Two private hot shower stalls with dressing area and hooks for towels are dreamy when the day of play is done and sleeping sweaty in a sleeping bag feels sticky and smells stinky with the sunrise(no sea shells by the seashore were harmed in the making of that sentence). The central fire pit with wrap seating is magical for roasting hot dogs, marshmellows and warming tootsies while howling at the moon and constellation of other noteworthy stars with a collosium of second and old growth trees nestling you to sleep as owls croon you to stay an chat a spell. Getting AroundDiamond Express, a public transit bus system that transports from Oakridge to Eugene/Springfield is available two times a day with drop off/pick up points nearby at Westridge Middle School approximately 3 miles away. Other Things to NoteThe city of Oakridge is located approximately 40 miles from Eugene/Springfield and 25 miles from the Willamette Pass. There is a Ray's market and two other convenience stores, a liquor store and three bars/pubs, a post office in both Oakridge and Westfir (sister town). Tired Dog Ranch is located to the southwest of each town. There are many trails, rivers and streams to explore throughout the West Cascade Range that corridors these two towns. Westfir's Office Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon, is the trailhead for the infamous Aufderheide Byway, linking this community to Blue River through a beautifully landscaped range that runs along the N.Fork Willamette River. DIRECTIONS - can be easy if you don't depend on internet maps. While traveling on Hwy 58, access to LaDuke Rd. is Harbor Drive, a cut through road between MP 32 and 33. Quickly you join onto LaDuke Rd. and head east. Once you pass over Grey Creek bridge, turn into the next driveway. There is signage "ired Dog Ranch" just past a post at the driveway entry with the address. If you've hit gravel, you've gone too far. Travel up the driveway to your dwelling (Yurt is first, Cottage is second, Cabin is third, Campsite is at east end of property).
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceSpread your wings in the Artful Cascadian Cottage! The most spacious of dwellings and filled with original art from local artists, knick-knack paddywacks and a chalkboard wall to add your own AND literally steps from the great Cascade Range with walking path beckoning your company for a jaunt along trails up, down and all around! Downstairs features an open floor plan with great room layout featuring full service kitchen, bathroom, washer & dryer, dining area with table for 6, living room with new comfy leather couch and love seat, library and w/big screen TV with DISH satellite, a full & twin bunk bed. Windowed views of the forest, wood stove and vaulted ceiling add to the Cascadian magic. Upstairs features one King bed and two Twin beds, a TV with VCR/DVD player and loads of movies. Enjoy lounging with good book in hand or spread the cards, a puzzle, or game out on the solid wood table with seating for 6! A small covered porch greats you along with a comfortable sun and shade landscaped lawn with seating and outdoor open faced wood stove that serves as a nature's best movie entertainment of the century. All of the dwellings are fully furnished and with fresh towels, clean linens, a full kitchen with cookware, dishes, cups, glasses, silverware, etc. Wood stove for heat (with back up of heater upon request). Please ask if you need help getting the fire started or keeping it maintained. The 18+ acre woodland ranch is located right against the National Forest and Cascade Range with walking and riding trails along the year round creek and into the level and mountainous old growth forestland. Each dwelling's rustic theme based elegance combined with convenient amenities creates a fun mood and sets off Tired Dog Ranch from any other overnight accommodations. Very unique, secluded and relaxing, TDR is nestled outside a quiet community that is yearly gaining speed as an outdoor recreational paradise. This is a farm/forest compound with free range chickens, farm cats (outside exclusively, please), farm dogs and equine. Summer rates ($165/night) apply starting April 1st and extend through September 31st. Winter rates are $150/night and start October 1st and extend to March 31st. Additional costs are charged for more than 7 in the party and campers must register separate from the airbnb guests with access only to the designated campsite areas. Registration forms can be sent upon request. Guest AccessAll guests are welcome to use the the Long House and navigate the grounds, though campsite fire pits are for campers only (unless otherwise arranged by host). Access to the horses in the pasture and free range chickens is always fun, but at your own risk (signage posted) and with adult supervision if children are included. Please keep dogs on a leash at all times when outside of the dwellings since the chickens are free range (and costly to replace). Pets and children must remain with their parents at all times and please DO NOT CHASE THE CHICKENS. Interaction with GuestsI live on the property and greet all guests if I am present at the time they arrive. I am available for questions, assistance and directions, but try to give everyone their space so they can have private enjoyment of the land... even though I'm a blast to be around ;) The NeighborhoodTired Dog Ranch is the last property on LaDuke Rd before it turns to national forest. The South Bank forest service road that continues east from LaDuke Rd. stretches to Larison Rock trail, Greenwaters Park and to Kitson Springs Rd. and Hills Creek reservoir with awesome tributaries and trails to explore. Surrounding the Ranch is untamed second and old growth forestland so I enjoy the quiet and privacy. The Willamette River is nearby with public access 1-1/2 miles to the east, and the moonlit skies at night in the upper meadow are breathtaking. Within the borders of this 18+ acre parcel are trails, a creek, hammocks to laze away the day and critters to engage with. You will get a kick out of the chickens, dog (Simba - border collie), cats, horses, mule, and even a Russian tortoise! Getting AroundThere is a bus system that travels to and from the Eugene Springfield area from both Oakridge and Westfir called the Diamond Express. There are maps in each dwelling to help visitors navigate the area and the Middle Fork Ranger station is just at the west end of LaDuke Rd. with area and topographical maps of the trails and forest roads around the region. Other Things to NoteIn General: If you are an outdoor junkie and love to challenge the wilderness whether it be on foot, on a bike or on a horse, fish, hunt or sit quietly and listen to the sounds of nature - this is the place to be! On a rainy day, there are games, books, toys, music and movies to lounge and relax with. On sunny days, nature will call you to explore! PET & SMALL CHILDREN DEPOSIT: though Tired Dog Ranch is pet and kid friendly, sometimes accidents happen and so a fully refundable $300 Security/Damage deposit is required if guests include dogs and/or children under the age of 12. Please bring your check book and make this deposit out to Tired Dog Ranch. It will be held undeposited, and as long as nothing is damaged or removed, your check will be either destroyed or returned (your preference) following check out. DIRECTIONS - can be easy if you don't depend on internet maps. While traveling East on Hwy 58, access to LaDuke Rd. is Harbor Drive, a cut through road between MP 32 and 33. If traveling heading west on Hwy. 58, you will pass through the town of Oakridge and between MP 32 and 32 you will see Harbor Drive to your Left. Turn left. Quickly you join onto LaDuke Rd. and head east (turn left). Travel about 1-1/2 miles and once you pass over Grey Creek bridge, turn into the next driveway to the RIGHT (south). There is signage "Tired Dog Ranch" just past a post at the driveway entry with the address 47061 LaDuke Rd. If you've hit gravel, you've gone too far, back up and look to your right. Travel up the driveway to your dwelling (Hen House is first, Celestial Yurt is second, Cascading Cottage is third, Cowboy Cabin is fourth, Campsite with Kitchen and Shower Shelter is through a fenced entrance at south-east end of property). CAMPING - If camping, drive into the upper meadow where a number of campsites nestle against the tree line. Stay on the designated perimeter driveway for access to camping sites. Refrain from driving or parking in the open field. Camping is permitted during summer months April - September) by reservation only and with a minimum 48 hour notice. The upper meadow serves as feeding grounds for the horses during the winter season. If you'd like to "Glamp", take advantage of the "Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" (full kitchen services including cook and plate ware, and four hot showers w/dressing areas). To schedule, call: ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). DIRECTIONS - can be easy if you don't depend on internet maps. While traveling EAST on Hwy 58 (south of Eugene), access to LaDuke Rd. is Harbor Drive, a cut through road between MP 32 and 33. Quickly you join onto LaDuke Rd. and head east (turn left). Tavel approximately 1-1/2 miles and once you pass over Grey Creek bridge, turn into the next driveway to the right. There is signage "Tired Dog Ranch" just past a post at the driveway entry with the address 47061 LaDuke Rd. If you've hit gravel, you've gone too far. Back up and look to your right. Travel up the driveway to your dwelling (Hen house is first, Celestial Yurt is second, Cascading Cottage is third, Cowboy Cabin is fourth, Campsites are at east end of property in an open meadow surrounding by a collosium of old and second growth trees). If you need help starting a fire, don't hesitate to ask. The cottage has a washer and dryer at $1.00 a load each. Leave your money on the table. There is camping available in the upper meadow with a "Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" featuring 4 hot shower rooms, sink, propane stove/range and fridge as well as a big stainless steel food prep table and long counter space for serving. Some dishes on site. "Leave no trace" policy strictly enforced. A multiple of composting toilets available throughout the campsite grounds. Campsites (1 vehicle, 1 tent, up to 4 in tent) is $16.50/night. Trailers (Camper/pull behind) are $25/night. Electric hook up is $10/night. Water hook up is $5/night. No sewage/septic service available. Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter with full kitchen and four hot showers is $25/night per campsite. 48 hour reservation strictly enforced. Call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) for Campsite Registration Form.
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The SpaceBeautiful downstairs room with an unattached private bath. Picturesque window with a view of the private garden and gazebo. Safe bicycle storage in a locked garage. We are located in the National Forrest. 300 miles of mountain biking trails. We are an IMBA destination. 500 miles of hiking trails. Fly fishing on a wild and free river out our front door. The Aufderheide Scenic Byway. The iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon.....and our building was the mill office AND the reason for the name. Don't expect the big city lifestyle.....enjoy the great outdoors and getting away from it all, while finding adventure! Guest AccessThe entire building (minus our two living quarter rooms. 6400 square feet. The historic 1920's walk-in vault. Great room with comfy leather couches and TV with Dish and DVDs. Dining room with coffee in the AM and a varieties of teas available throughout the day. Utility room with refrigerator, freezer, washer and dryer. Secure garage for storing bicycles and other equipment. Patio with a view of the bridge, river and mountains. Private gazebo in our beautiful gardens. Interaction with GuestsIt's a B&B. I can interact with guest, or I have my private quarters. I enjoy sharing the history of the lodge and area. This place holds so many tales. Be sure to ask about the ties to Lucille Ball and old Hollywood.., but I'm sure you can see it throughout the building. The NeighborhoodWe are surrounded by 750,000 acres of Willamette National Forest and located at the base of the Alpine and North Fork Trails. We sit across from the iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon. Two hours from Crater Lake. 30 minutes fromSalt Creek Falls, Waldo Lake and Willamette Pass. We are not located in a large metropolitan area. Restaurants are 3 miles away in Oakridge. No movie theaters or bowling alleys. Over 300 MTBike and hiking trails right our our front door. Road cycling or scenic driving on the Aufderheide Scenic Byway. Fly Fishing. Get-away-from-it-all! Come find your adventure or sit by our fireplace or in our gardens to relax and unwind. Getting AroundNo public transport. However, there is a shuttle from Eugene. If you don't have a vehicle, you can take the train o bus or plane to Eugene and catch the shuttle. It does have a bike rack!
Home/Apartment
Excellent
7 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The Space(1 queen bed, one queen sofa-sleeper and one twin day bed w/trundle) This cozy river cottage is located in the tiny logging community of Westfir, OR. With space for 4-6 guests, as well as a good size yard for your pets, this is the perfect place to stay while you explore the area. It has 1 bedroom with a queen bed. In the middle room a twin trundle and a new comfy Queen sofa sleeper in the main room. In the living room, you will find two soft recliners just made for relaxing and a nice flat screen tv with satellite access dvd player. On the back porch a wonderful view of the river. Whether you're in town for recreation, rest, or to experience the natural beauty that abounds, let this charming cottage be your home away from home while you're visiting the Willamette National Forest. SMALL DOGS ONLY- with advanced notification and additional cleaning fee $75 or more if larger dog is approved. Must agree to pet policy see the very end of this section. Internet/WiFi: There is no internet or WiFi service at the cottage, we receive good cell reception (verizon) if you can set up a hot spot through your data connection. Perhaps this will let you get a little unplugged from the daily grind. ( we do provide satellite TV and a Blu-Ray DVD player) (Unfortunately the broadband internet is currently oversold in Westfir and satellite internet is cost prohibitive. We are on the wait-list for broadband but we are not holding our breath. So it's a long story...) Air Conditioning: GOOD NEWS- We added a ductless heat pump that will provide REAL ICE COLD AIR for summer cooling! This year has already been really hot and this area seems to warm up fast in the morning and then level off. We felt that our guests (and us) deserved to be comfortable. This along with the ceiling fan in the living room and smaller fans in the master bedroom should help everyone :) We will let guest decide if they want to open the house at night to let the cool breeze in from the river. Fishing information for 2016/17: "North Fork Middle Fork Willamette River and Tributaries *Open all year *2 wild trout per day, 8 inch minimum length *Fly fishing only, barbless hooks required" Recycling/Septic- We are on a septic so please nothing but waste and tp. Westfir has VERY limited curbside recycling there is a bin with instructions on the back porch.We encourage you to take your other recyclables home if possible. Thank you :) Garbage day is Thursday. Train/road noise? The Westfir/Oakridge area is on the main line of a major railroad. The City of Westfir is within a "no whistle zone" so train noise is limited- however you will still hear the train, especially the heavy freight trains going uphill. We have noticed that Friday night seems to have the most trains. We are on the main road through town and there can be some traffic noise from time to time. There is currently a lot of thinning logging going on with log trucks going by from time to time. We find the noise kind of soothing but if you don't, we have some earplugs in the bathroom cabinet just in case. Is the cottage a place for guests with young children? Due to proximity to road and river guests with young children should be advised to be extra vigilant. Cottage Pet (Dog) Policy Dog should arrive clean and or freshly groomed. Any lingering dog odor will result in additional fees. Guest hereby agrees to comply the following: 1. Guest to pay additional dog fee in the amount of $75. 2. All dogs must comply with the following specifications- a. May not exceed 50 lbs. b. Must be at least 1 ½ years of age or older. c. Must be spayed or neutered. d. Must be up-to-date on rabies vaccinations and all other vaccinations. Heartworm preventive is highly recommended. 3. All pets must be leashed at all times. 4. Guest is responsible for cleaning up any/all pet refuse. 5. Pets are not allowed on furniture at any time. Any evidence of pets on furniture may incur extra cleaning fees. 6. All pets are to be treated with a topical flea and tick repellent three (3) days prior to arrival. Fleas and ticks are very common in this area and can cause harmful/fatal illness to humans and pets. 7. Pet must not cause damage to premises or furnishings. If damages are caused, the cost of the damage may be deducted from security deposit. 8. Guest should prevent pets from producing excessive noise at a level that disturbs neighbors. 9. Pet will not be left unattended for an undue length of time, either indoors or out. Pet will not be left unattended on balcony, patio, or porch. 10. Homeowner assumes no responsibility for illness or injury that may incur to pets or humans while on the premises. The Guest shall be solely responsible for the pet while on the property. Guest AccessThe whole house is yours to enjoy with a washing machine, fully stocked kitchen, towels and linens and cozy furniture. Oakridge is a larger town a few minutes by car away, with more stores and restaurants and amenities. Interaction with GuestsWe live out of the area and have a great local support team. You will have the place to yourselves, we will be just an email or phone call away. We vacation here too, sleep in the same beds and experience the house just like you do. We actively ask for suggestions to improve the Cottage for the future. The NeighborhoodThe Cottage is in Westfir a tiny logging town of almost 300 surrounded by beautiful National Forest. The office covered bridge- the longest covered bridge in Oregon- is located here. The north fork of the middle fork of the Willamette river is designated “Wild and Scenic” just past the bridge. The Aufderheide scenic byway starts here too. What to do? All sorts of two wheel fun-mountain, road and motor biking. The famous Alpine mountain bike trail overlooks the cottage. Huckleberry flats OHV area has over 30 miles of trails for both motorcycles and ATVs. You can also enjoy hiking, boating, birding, hunting, fishing and kayaking. Visit Oakridge a short 4 miles away, where you can shop the thrift shop St Vinnies, or have a great micro brew in the trendy uptown area. Rent a bicycle or dine on pizza, burgers and some of the best Chinese food in the state(Lee's) -and don't forget the deli at Ray's food place for something tasty to go. Take a drive to McCredie Hot Springs and Salt Creek Falls they are just up the hill on Highway 58. Getting AroundDiamond Express a part of Lane Transit Service has a stop less than 2 miles away. What is the capacity for people, bicycles, and wheelchairs on the vehicle? The primary Diamond Express bus is a 35 passenger vehicle with two spaces for persons who use a mobility device. This bus also includes a front mounted bicycle rack that holds three bikes. At the driver's discretion, additional bicycles can be placed on board. Sometimes the back-up vehicle must make the run. It is smaller and can only carry two bikes and fewer people. Other Things to NoteAbout the Cottage- 5 Night MINIMUM Feel free to request a special offer for shorter or longer stays that don't quite fit the airbnb pricing calendar. We just opened up the upstairs ladder access sleeping loft for an additional cleaning fee of $50. The loft is very unique and has it's own wall heater. After a very successful first year we are looking forward to 2016. Having just rented a “cottage” at the coast I can see why visitors loved our cottage in 2015. We like comfortable chairs to relax in watch a movie or television. We love having a dishwasher to get our dishes clean and a nice bathtub to have a soak. We think you will too. Check out our pictures and see if you don't agree that we prioritize comfort above all. Oh yes price... We think we our cottage is a great value, won't tell you how much we paid for that place at the coast but we won't be going back. The River Cottage was the first privately owned home in Westfir built by Harry in the 1920's. Grandpa Harry was a saw filer for the Westfir Lumber Company- later purchased by Hines- He hand selected the best lumber from the mill and built most of the house himself. When we had the new windows put in the workers were amazed how square and straight the opening were. Harry and Mildred raised two children in the this small home. They were simple people who had lived through the depression and rarely threw anything away. Harry had a large garden and Mildred canned or froze the produce. Their son James was the first in the family to attend college in Eugene at the UofO. After graduation he came back to Westfir and worked as a manager for the mill eventually becoming mill manager. My dad (James) was born and raised in the house. In 1997 he bought out his sister who had let the place fall into disrepair-blackberry vines actually had to be taken off the roof. He called in the best local craftsmen to repair and rejuvenate the home. Our family has been using it since then. From the time our kids were little they just loved coming up to the cottage. One of our favorite pastimes in sitting on the front porch and watching the many bikers and motor-bikers go by. We call it being porch “monkey's”. It's a great spot to watch the traffic go by, drink a beverage and solve the world's problems. Julie
hotel
40br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
This hotel features a spa tub, a seasonal outdoor pool, and laundry facilities. Free continental breakfast, free WiFi in public areas, and free self parking are also provided. Additionally, a 24-hour front desk, a computer station, and express check-in are onsite.
house
1br house
    Cozy 800 square feet Cottage with RIVER VIEW! One bedroom and Bath. Nice kitchen with dishwasher & Washer & Dryer. Queen bed in Master & Queen sofa sleeper. Satellite TV & DVD player. Cell reception is good for Verizon, AT&T; is currently a little spotty (7/16) no WiFi. New Portable A/C unit!! Small Dogs with Fee. The Cottage is a short 40 minute drive from the Eugene/Springfield area along scenic Highway 58. Located in scenic Oakridge/Westfir along world famous mountain bike trails- The Alpine Trail. The cottage is the place to stay when you want a great river view. Cottage Pet (Dog) Policy Dog should arrive clean and or freshly groomed. Any lingering dog odor will result in additional fees. Guest hereby agrees to comply the following: 1. Guest to pay additional dog fee in the amount of $75. 2. All dogs must comply with the following specifications- a. May not exceed 50 lbs. b. Must be at least 1 ½ years of age or older. c. Must be spayed or neutered. d. Must be up-to-date on rabies vaccinations and all other vaccinations. Heartworm preventive is highly recommended. 3. All pets must be leashed at all times. 4. Guest is responsible for cleaning up any/all pet refuse. 5. Pets are not allowed on furniture at any time. Any evidence of pets on furniture may incur extra cleaning fees. 6. All pets are to be treated with a topical flea and tick repellent three (3) days prior to arrival. Fleas and ticks are very common in this area and can cause harmful/fatal illness to humans and pets. 7. Pet must not cause damage to premises or furnishings. If damages are caused, the cost of the damage may be deducted from security deposit. 8. Guest should prevent pets from producing excessive noise at a level that disturbs neighbors. 9. Pet will not be left unattended for an undue length of time, either indoors or out. Pet will not be left unattended on balcony, patio, or porch. 10. Homeowner assumes no responsibility for illness or injury that may incur to pets or humans while on the premises. The Guest shall be solely responsible for the pet while on the property. The Cottage is in Westfir a small city of almost 300 surrounded by beautiful National Forest. The office covered bridge- the longest covered bridge in Oregon- is located here. The north fork of the middle fork of the Willamette river is designated “Wild and Scenicâ€? just past the bridge. The Aufderheide scenic byway starts here too. Grab a burger at the Westfir Store or some suds at the Westfir Lodge. What to do? All sorts of two wheel fun-mountain, road and motor biking. The famous Alpine mountain bike trail overlooks the cottage. Huckleberry flats OHV area has over 30 miles of trails for both motorcycles and ATVs. You can also enjoy hiking, boating, birding, hunting, fishing and kayaking. Visit Oakridge a short 4 miles away, where you can shop the thrift shop St Vinnies, or have a great micro brew in the trendy uptown area. Rent a bicycle or dine on pizza, burgers and some of the best Chinese food in the state(Lee's) -and don't forget the deli at Ray's food place for something tasty to go. Take a drive to McCredie Hot Springs and Salt Creek Falls they are just up the hill on Highway 58. Getting Around Diamond Express a part of Lane Transit Service has a stop less than 2 miles away. What is the capacity for people, bicycles, and wheelchairs on the vehicle? The primary Diamond Express bus is a 35 passenger vehicle with two spaces for persons who use a mobility device. This bus also includes a front mounted bicycle rack that holds three bikes. At the driver's discretion, additional bicycles can be placed on board. Sometimes the back-up vehicle must make the run. It is smaller and can only carry two bikes and fewer people.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    Cozy 800 square feet Cottage with RIVER VIEW! One bedroom and Bath. Nice kitchen with dishwasher & Washer & Dryer. Queen bed in Master & Queen sofa sleeper. Satellite TV & DVD player. Cell reception is good for Verizon, AT&T is currently a little spotty (7/16) no WiFi. New Portable A/C unit!! Small Dogs with Fee. The Cottage is a short 40 minute drive from the Eugene/Springfield area along scenic Highway 58. Located in scenic Oakridge/Westfir along world famous mountain bike trails- The Alpine Trail. The cottage is the place to stay when you want a great river view. Cottage Pet (Dog) Policy Dog should arrive clean and or freshly groomed. Any lingering dog odor will result in additional fees. Guest hereby agrees to comply the following: 1. Guest to pay additional dog fee in the amount of $75. 2. All dogs must comply with the following specifications- a. May not exceed 50 lbs. b. Must be at least 1 ½ years of age or older. c. Must be spayed or neutered. d. Must be up-to-date on rabies vaccinations and all other vaccinations. Heartworm preventive is highly recommended. 3. All pets must be leashed at all times. 4. Guest is responsible for cleaning up any/all pet refuse. 5. Pets are not allowed on furniture at any time. Any evidence of pets on furniture may incur extra cleaning fees. 6. All pets are to be treated with a topical flea and tick repellent three (3) days prior to arrival. Fleas and ticks are very common in this area and can cause harmful/fatal illness to humans and pets. 7. Pet must not cause damage to premises or furnishings. If damages are caused, the cost of the damage may be deducted from security deposit. 8. Guest should prevent pets from producing excessive noise at a level that disturbs neighbors. 9. Pet will not be left unattended for an undue length of time, either indoors or out. Pet will not be left unattended on balcony, patio, or porch. 10. Homeowner assumes no responsibility for illness or injury that may incur to pets or humans while on the premises. The Guest shall be solely responsible for the pet while on the property.
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceBeautiful upstairs room with attached private bath. Safe bicycle storage in a locked garage. We are located in the National Forrest. 300 miles of mountain biking trails. We are an IMBA destination. 500 miles of hiking trails. Fly fishing on a wild and free river out our front door. The Aufderheide Scenic Byway. The iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon.....and our building was the mill office AND the reason for the name. Don't expect the big city lifestyle.....enjoy the great outdoors and getting away from it all, while finding adventure! Guest AccessThe entire building (minus our two living quarter rooms. 6400 square feet. The historic 1920's walk-in vault. Great room with comfy leather couches and TV with Dish and DVDs. Dining room with coffee in the AM and a varieties of teas available throughout the day. Utility room with refrigerator, freezer, washer and dryer. Secure garage for storing bicycles and other equipment. Patio with a view of the bridge, river and mountains. Private gazebo in our beautiful gardens. Interaction with GuestsIt's a B&B. I can interact with guest, or I have my private quarters. I enjoy sharing the history of the lodge and area. This place holds so many tales. Be sure to ask about the ties to Lucille Ball and old Hollywood.., but I'm sure you can see it throughout the building. The NeighborhoodWe are surrounded by 750,000 acres of Willamette National Forest and located at the base of the Alpine and North Fork Trails. We sit across from the iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon. Two hours from Crater Lake. 30 minutes fromSalt Creek Falls, Waldo Lake and Willamette Pass. We are not located in a large metropolitan area. Restaurants are 3 miles away in Oakridge. No movie theaters or bowling alleys. Over 300 MTBike and hiking trails right our our front door. Road cycling or scenic driving on the Aufderheide Scenic Byway. Fly Fishing. Get-away-from-it-all! Come find your adventure or sit by our fireplace or in our gardens to relax and unwind. Getting AroundNo public transport. However, there is a shuttle from Eugene. If you don't have a vehicle, you can take the train o bus or plane to Eugene and catch the shuttle. It does have a bike rack!
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceBeautiful downstairs room with attached private bath. Picturesque window with a view of the private garden and gazebo. Safe bicycle storage in a locked garage. We are located in the National Forrest. 300 miles of mountain biking trails. We are an IMBA destination. 500 miles of hiking trails. Fly fishing on a wild and free river out our front door. The Aufderheide Scenic Byway. The iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon.....and our building was the mill office AND the reason for the name. Don't expect the big city lifestyle.....enjoy the great outdoors and getting away from it all, while finding adventure! Guest AccessThe entire building (minus our two living quarter rooms. 6400 square feet. The historic 1920's walk-in vault. Great room with comfy leather couches and TV with Dish and DVDs. Dining room with coffee in the AM and a varieties of teas available throughout the day. Utility room with refrigerator, freezer, washer and dryer. Secure garage for storing bicycles and other equipment. Patio with a view of the bridge, river and mountains. Private gazebo in our beautiful gardens. Interaction with GuestsIt's a B&B. I can interact with guest, or I have my private quarters. I enjoy sharing the history of the lodge and area. This place holds so many tales. Be sure to ask about the ties to Lucille Ball and old Hollywood.., but I'm sure you can see it throughout the building. The NeighborhoodWe are surrounded by 750,000 acres of Willamette National Forest and located at the base of the Alpine and North Fork Trails. We sit across from the iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon. Two hours from Crater Lake. 30 minutes fromSalt Creek Falls, Waldo Lake and Willamette Pass. We are not located in a large metropolitan area. Restaurants are 3 miles away in Oakridge. No movie theaters or bowling alleys. Over 300 MTBike and hiking trails right our our front door. Road cycling or scenic driving on the Aufderheide Scenic Byway. Fly Fishing. Get-away-from-it-all! Come find your adventure or sit by our fireplace or in our gardens to relax and unwind. Getting AroundNo public transport. However, there is a shuttle from Eugene. If you don't have a vehicle, you can take the train o bus or plane to Eugene and catch the shuttle. It does have a bike rack!
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceBeautiful upstairs room with attached private bath. Safe bicycle storage in a locked garage. We are located in the National Forrest. 300 miles of mountain biking trails. We are an IMBA destination. 500 miles of hiking trails. Fly fishing on a wild and free river out our front door. The Aufderheide Scenic Byway. The iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon.....and our building was the mill office AND the reason for the name. Don't expect the big city lifestyle.....enjoy the great outdoors and getting away from it all, while finding adventure! Guest AccessThe entire building (minus our two living quarter rooms. 6400 square feet. The historic 1920's walk-in vault. Great room with comfy leather couches and TV with Dish and DVDs. Dining room with coffee in the AM and a varieties of teas available throughout the day. Utility room with refrigerator, freezer, washer and dryer. Secure garage for storing bicycles and other equipment. Patio with a view of the bridge, river and mountains. Private gazebo in our beautiful gardens. Interaction with GuestsIt's a B&B. I can interact with guest, or I have my private quarters. I enjoy sharing the history of the lodge and area. This place holds so many tales. Be sure to ask about the ties to Lucille Ball and old Hollywood.., but I'm sure you can see it throughout the building. The NeighborhoodWe are surrounded by 750,000 acres of Willamette National Forest and located at the base of the Alpine and North Fork Trails. We sit across from the iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon. Two hours from Crater Lake. 30 minutes fromSalt Creek Falls, Waldo Lake and Willamette Pass. We are not located in a large metropolitan area. Restaurants are 3 miles away in Oakridge. No movie theaters or bowling alleys. Over 300 MTBike and hiking trails right our our front door. Road cycling or scenic driving on the Aufderheide Scenic Byway. Fly Fishing. Get-away-from-it-all! Come find your adventure or sit by our fireplace or in our gardens to relax and unwind. Getting AroundNo public transport. However, there is a shuttle from Eugene. If you don't have a vehicle, you can take the train o bus or plane to Eugene and catch the shuttle. It does have a bike rack!
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
      The SpaceBeautiful upstairs room with attached private bath. This room overlooks the covered bridge. Safe bicycle storage in a locked garage. We are located in the National Forrest. 300 miles of mountain biking trails. We are an IMBA destination. 500 miles of hiking trails. Fly fishing on a wild and free river out our front door. The Aufderheide Scenic Byway. The iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon.....and our building was the mill office AND the reason for the name. Don't expect the big city lifestyle.....enjoy the great outdoors and getting away from it all, while finding adventure! Guest AccessThe entire building (minus our two living quarter rooms. 6400 square feet. The historic 1920's walk-in vault. Great room with comfy leather couches and TV with Dish and DVDs. Dining room with coffee in the AM and a varieties of teas available throughout the day. Utility room with refrigerator, freezer, washer and dryer. Secure garage for storing bicycles and other equipment. Patio with a view of the bridge, river and mountains. Private gazebo in our beautiful gardens. Interaction with GuestsIt's a B&B. I can interact with guest, or I have my private quarters. I enjoy sharing the history of the lodge and area. This place holds so many tales. Be sure to ask about the ties to Lucille Ball and old Hollywood.., but I'm sure you can see it throughout the building. The NeighborhoodWe are surrounded by 750,000 acres of Willamette National Forest and located at the base of the Alpine and North Fork Trails. We sit across from the iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon. Two hours from Crater Lake. 30 minutes fromSalt Creek Falls, Waldo Lake and Willamette Pass. We are not located in a large metropolitan area. Restaurants are 3 miles away in Oakridge. No movie theaters or bowling alleys. Over 300 MTBike and hiking trails right our our front door. Road cycling or scenic driving on the Aufderheide Scenic Byway. Fly Fishing. Get-away-from-it-all! Come find your adventure or sit by our fireplace or in our gardens to relax and unwind. Getting AroundNo public transport. However, there is a shuttle from Eugene. If you don't have a vehicle, you can take the train o bus or plane to Eugene and catch the shuttle. It does have a bike rack!
      Bedroom
      Excellent
      5 reviews
      Bedroom
      • Wifi
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceOur location in the National Forrest. 300 miles of mountain biking trails. We are an IMBA destination. 500 miles of hiking trails. Fly fishing on a wild and free river out our front door. The Aufderheide Scenic Byway. The iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon.....and our building was the mill office AND the reason for the name. Guest AccessThe entire building (minus our two living quarter rooms. 6400 square feet. The historic 1920's walk-in vault. Great room with comfy leather couches and TV with Dish and DVDs. Dining room with coffee in the AM and a varieties of teas available throughout the day. Utility room with refrigerator, freezer, washer and dryer. Secure garage for storing bicycles and other equipment. Patio with a view of the bridge, river and mountains. Private gazebo in our beautiful gardens. Interaction with GuestsWe love to interact with our guests, or if they want privacy, we honor that as well. But once you arrive our guests usually are intrigued by the history on the items in the place...especially our vault and the connection to Lucille Ball... To find out, you'll have to visit. The NeighborhoodWe are surrounded by 750,000 acres of Willamette National Forest and located at the base of the Alpine and North Fork Trails. We sit across from the iconic Office Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Oregon. Two hours from Crater Lake. 30 minutes fromSalt Creek Falls, Waldo Lake and Willamette Pass. We are not located in a large metropolitan area. Restaurants are 3 miles away in Oakridge. No movie theaters or bowling alleys. Over 300 MTBike and hiking trails right our our front door. Road cycling or scenic driving on the Aufderheide Scenic Byway. Fly Fishing. Get-away-from-it-all! Come find your adventure or sit by our fireplace or in our gardens to relax and unwind. Getting AroundNo public transport. However, there is a shuttle from Eugene. If you don't have a vehicle, you can take the train o bus or plane to Eugene and catch the shuttle. It does have a bike rack!. Other Things to NoteGarage for safe storage of bicycle Bike wash
      Cottage
      1br Cottage
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      BIG NEWS- The Cottage will be available this Fall and Winter! We have had many requests to keep the place open for all the winter sports like skiing at the pass. We are just over 30 miles from Willamette Pass Ski Resort. Cozy 800 square feet Cottage with RIVER VIEW! One bedroom and Bath. Nice kitchen with dishwasher & Washer & Dryer. Queen bed in Master & Queen sofa sleeper. Satellite TV with (NFL SUNDAY TICKET) & DVD player. Cell reception is good for Verizon- AT&T is currently a little spotty and no WiFi. NEW DUCTLESS HEAT PUMP for winter heating and REAL summer Air Conditioning. Dogs only with prior permission and additional cleaning fee-please email first- Thanks! (Pet Policy at the very end of Description) The Cottage is a short 40 minute drive from the Eugene/Springfield area along scenic Highway 58. Located in scenic Oakridge/Westfir along world famous mountain bike trails- The Alpine Trail. The cottage is the place to stay when you want privacy a great river view. (1 queen bed, one queen sofa-sleeper and one twin day bed w/trundle) $70 Cleaning fee (I'm always interested what has brought you to the area and where you are coming from. Please let me know if you need any suggestions for activities in the area- Julie) Dogs Only- please email first- $75 (Pet Policy at the very end of description) Internet/WiFi: There is no internet or WiFi service at the cottage, we receive good cell reception for Verizon if you can set up a hot spot through your data connection. Perhaps this will let you get a little unplugged from the daily grind.(we do provide satellite TV and a Blu-Ray DVD player) (Unfortunately the broadband internet is currently full in Westfir and satellite internet is cost prohibitive-$15 a GB. There is some hope that the local cable provider will offer internet soon but we have to see. We have tried cell phone internet but it is also costly with no way to meter the charges.) Recycling/Septic- We are on a septic so please nothing but waste and tp. Westfir has limited curbside recycling (bin on back porch) we encourage you to take your recyclables home if possible. Thank you :) Garbage day is Thursday. Train/road noise? The Westfir/Oakridge area is on the main line of a major railroad. The City of Westfir is within a "no whistle zone" so train noise is limited- however you will still hear the train, especially the heavy freight trains going uphill. We have noticed that Friday night seems to have the most trains. We are on the main road through town and there can be some traffic noise from time to time. There is currently quite a bit of thinning logging going on and log trucks on the road from time to time. We find the noise kind of soothing but if you don't, we have some earplugs in the bathroom cabinet just in case. Is the cottage a place for guests with young children? Due to proximity to road and river guests with young children should be advised to be extra vigilant. The whole house is yours to enjoy with a washing machine, fully stocked kitchen, towels and linens and cozy furniture. Westfir has one small store, a bed & breakfast, nearby golf course. Oakridge is a larger town a few minutes by car away, with more stores and restaurants and amenities. You will have the place to yourselves, we will be just an email or phone call away. The Neighborhood The Cottage is in Westfir a tiny logging city of almost 300 surrounded by beautiful National Forest. The office covered bridge- the longest covered bridge in Oregon- is located here. The north fork of the middle fork of the Willamette river is designated “Wild and Scenic” just past the bridge. The Aufderheide scenic byway starts here too. Grab a burger at the Westfir Store or some suds at the Westfir Lodge. What to do? All sorts of two wheel fun-mountain, road and motor biking. The famous Alpine mountain bike trail overlooks the cottage. Huckleberry flats OHV area has over 30 miles of trails for both motorcycles and ATVs. You can also enjoy hiking, boating, birding, hunting, fishing and kayaking. Visit Oakridge a short 4 miles away, where you can shop the thrift shop St Vinnies, or have a great micro brew in the trendy uptown area. Rent a bicycle or dine on pizza, burgers and some of the best Chinese food in the state(Lee's) -and don't forget the deli at Ray's food place for something tasty to go. Take a drive to McCredie Hot Springs and Salt Creek Falls they are just up the hill on Highway 58. Getting Around Diamond Express a part of Lane Transit Service has a stop less than 2 miles away. What is the capacity for people, bicycles, and wheelchairs on the vehicle? The primary Diamond Express bus is a 35 passenger vehicle with two spaces for persons who use a mobility device. This bus also includes a front mounted bicycle rack that holds three bikes. At the driver's discretion, additional bicycles can be placed on board. Sometimes the back-up vehicle must make the run. It is smaller and can only carry two bikes and fewer people. Pet (Dog Policy) Dog should arrive clean and or freshly groomed. Any lingering dog odor will result in additional fees. Guest hereby agrees to comply the following: 1. Guest to pay additional dog fee in the amount of $75 per dog. 2. All dogs must comply with the following specifications- a. May not exceed 50 lbs. b. Must be at least 1 ½ years of age or older. c. Must be spayed or neutered. d. Must be up-to-date on rabies vaccinations and all other vaccinations. Heartworm preventive is highly recommended. 3. All pets must be leashed at all times. 4. Guest is responsible for cleaning up any/all pet refuse. 5. Pets are not allowed on furniture at any time. Any evidence of pets on furniture may incur extra cleaning fees. 6. All pets are to be treated with a topical flea and tick repellent three (3) days prior to arrival. Fleas and ticks are very common in this area and can cause harmful/fatal illness to humans and pets. 7. Pet must not cause damage to premises or furnishings. If damages are caused, the cost of the damage may be deducted from security deposit. 8. Guest should prevent pets from producing excessive noise at a level that disturbs neighbors. 9. Pet will not be left unattended for an undue length of time, either indoors or out. Pet will not be left unattended on balcony, patio, or porch. 10. Homeowner assumes no responsibility for illness or injury that may incur to pets or humans while on the premises. The Guest shall be solely responsible for the pet while on the property.
      Cottage
      3br Cottage
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      1 acre of serene river front property located in Oakridge, OR. Access to boating, fishing, and several hiking and mountain biking trails along the Willamette River. 3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms and a sleeper sofa. Sleeps 8-10 people. Covered patio with gas BBQ overlooking the river makes cooking enjoyable. There is plenty of room for additional RV parking. Duck Fan? No problem, Autzen Stadium and Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene is only 50 minutes away. Snow boarders and skiers Willamette Pass 30 minutes away. Enjoy Oregon's second highest waterfall at Salt Creek Falls only 20 minutes away. Oakridge is the mountain biking capital of the Northwest, take advantage of over 50 trails. Feed the fish at the Willamette Fish Hatchery, visit the natural history museum and play miniature golf. Keywords: