About Cedar Cabin
Relax, rejuvenate, and refresh your soul. The cedar cabin is accessed by going down over 60 steps from the parking area. Very secluded. Only eco friendly products allowed due to environmental considerations. Cleaning, bath and kitchen soaps/shampoos provided. Full size bed in loft. Enjoy the views from inside or out of this cozy cabin. Love seat and chairs with additional loft seating for relaxing. Kitchen table and chairs. Newly remodeled rustic bathroom with eco friendly incinerator toilet and shower. Fire pit and propane bbq available. Small refrigerator, toaster oven, coffee maker, griddle in kitchen. Get away from technology. No TV or internet (cell phones still work). Minutes from wineries and historic downtown Aurora. 30 minute drive to downtown Portland.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Cabins & Lodging
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 4 months out
The vibe at Cedar Cabin
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So lovely.... This is the Perfect place to escape, unwind, write, dream, create...
I pulled off the freeway to make way to my "escape" and was instantly charmed by the cozy farms, winding roads, and large swaths of land accompanied by well-crafted homes. Upon finding the house and my proper parking spot, Kim greeted me for a tour down to the cabin. It's worth grabbing what you need at that moment as you'll be sure to get your exercise traveling up and down several flights of stairs if you don't. The glow of the field across the pond was mystical made only more so as a lone mare grazed. The crickets began to find their chaotic unison and my stress from the traffic-ridden journey melted away. If there was anything about which to complain, it would be that the window views of the meadow beyond the pond is limited through the trees, but I'd be hard pressed to take that to the owner (although I did, and he seemed open to cutting a few prominent branches). I hear a variety of birds and the distant sound of the train, the occasional caw of a Blue Heron (hoping he lands near me for a photo opp). The space is so comfortable. If you're a PNW coffee snob who forgot the freshly ground beans at home, you'll have to suffer (if the addiction is real) through a pot of Folgers (don't blame Kim, she's from Reno) because you honestly won't want to go anywhere else. The bed is so comfortable and just a steady climb away (if you haven't been overtaking in the plentiful wineries of the region). The space near the fire ring floods during the late winter/early spring and seems to remain fairly soggy for any lackadaisical wanderings in that direction, but the hillside has been mowed and a sweet outdoor spot will welcome your journal writing and appreciation of the nearby marshland. The location is close to all of the charms of Canby and Aurora and Kim has generously supplied pamphlets and calendars of the nearby activities. I will be returning soon...