The forest surrounding My Tiny Bird House was once a Christmas Tree Farm but is now the home of fully mature noble fir trees, forest creatures, and adjacent tiny house rentals. If you're looking for affordable and comfortable, yet somewhat primitive accommodations; then look no further! What this 48 square feet of loveliness lacks in space it more than makes up for in charm
The forest surrounding My Tiny Bird House was once a Christmas Tree Farm but is now the home of fully mature noble fir trees, forest creatures, and adjacent tiny house rentals. If you're looking for affordable and comfortable, yet somewhat primitive accommodations; then look no further! What this 48 square feet of loveliness lacks in space it more than makes up for in charm and convenience. And, check out the fresh air shower! Close to rivers, hiking trails, wineries, dog parks, and downtown Portland; this teeny tiny cabin has a bit of everything. (even a tiny refrigerator!)
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 80%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Tiny Gem in the Woods Near Wineries in Oregon.
The vibe at Tiny Gem in the Woods Near Wineries
Places to see near My Tiny Bird House - Cute&Cozy!
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I had a wonderful stay at the My Tiny Bird House. It's 48 square feet of cute, tiny space with all the amenities you may ever need. It was very peaceful among the tall noble fir trees that was once a Christmas tree farm. There is another neighboring tiny house, but the trees give you enough privacy to feel secluded from the world.
The host let me know she was out of town and had a friend give me a tour of the tiny house. She was very welcoming and accommodating. There is a guidebook explaining everything of the house and local attractions. Although I did not meet Michelle, I could see her passion in tiny living and attention to detail. Living in a tiny home herself on the property, she is very knowledgeable of the lifestyle.
GPS and the host's directions accurately guided me to the land. When you arrive, look for the "My Tiny Perch" sign and keep on the path that veers to the right where you will see the tiny houses.
I would love to come back and stay at this property again. Staying in the My Tiny Bird House was the serenity that I needed. I'm curious to see her next tiny home project that's going to be added to the village.
Serene setting with gracious hosts. Spectacular experience that soothed the soul. You will create a beautiful memory if you choose to stay here. Clean, tidy and amenities galore for the outdoor enthusiast. Quite close to Portland, this is the perfect place to rejuvenate.
Amazing homes, host, and area!
My tiny bird house was actually closed for the season, so I ended up staying in “My Tiny Perch”. It far exceeded my expectations! The directions were super accurate which I appreciated since I arrived later in the evening (after dark).
Once inside it was super cozy and warm, and expertly decorated! Rustic and secluded but also had such a warm cozy feeling. The Perch was extremely clean; kitchenette, floors, bathroom, linens etc, all clean and well cared for. The welcome book was filled with great detailed instructions on how to work everything in the Perch, and gave some great suggestions for local attractions. You also want to read the whole book the first night... trust me on this.... you will be happy if you do.
Michelle is a super amazing and welcoming host! She made sure to be available all the time, but definitely gave me my room to do my thing. Checked in on me when I got there, and then I got to meet and chat with her the morning I was leaving, and I’m so glad I did! She showed me the other tiny homes in her village and man... they are ALL AMAZING! All so different but I would stay in every single one! I will absolutely be back next time I am up this way!
(I also super appreciate that she is so welcoming of pets. It’s hard to find great places when traveling with pets sometimes, and she is above and beyond!)
Stay here for fear..
Unfortunately my stay wasn’t as great as expected. My Mom and I rented the tiny bird house for four nights to visit my little brother and his girlfriend. The place was amazing and had just enough things to do for a great stay. However, the host was on or around our site about everyday of our stay. No privacy. The second day I invited my brother and his girlfriend to come see the cute place! With the many rules she had sent me either by text, email, or Airbnb web, I forgot about the part of the agreement that said to let her know who the visiting guests will be for parking purposes. Totally my bad!! I checked the guests stay handbook to double check earlier that morning and it said nothing about it so I assumed it was okay. (They rode in my car so it also shouldn’t have been a huge deal I feel) Also I checked for smoking rules and the book said no smoking inside but you may smoke outside if you have a can of water to put them in. So my family and I were sitting on the porch having a great time, laughing and enjoying the beautiful creative camp site. The host camp out of nowhere straight up in our site. The area we paid to rent. And with no warning of coming by, she started telling us that there weren’t supposed to be guests unless pre-approved (which was fair) and that there was no smoking. And my mom confused asked “you mean anywhere?” To which she responded condescendingly “well it’s a forest...”. My mom told her how the book said we could smoke outside if we had a can and she apologized for not updating that. Basically, by the end of the conversation she had made us feel guilty and embarrassed. And on top of it, she violated our privacy. I felt so bad we moved our social to my brothers house immediately.
With that said I feel as though people should know that this camp site is less private then a hotel. I felt very upset that I was even given a reason to feel this way I n a place I had never been. My mom and I would return to camp late to run inside so the host didn’t have an opportunity to approach us again. I don’t think this screams hospitality. I would not stay here nor recommend this stay. Solely because the host seems to be unprofessional.