Homestead winery and farm in Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area. Quiet 800 sq ft studio with many amenities. Perfect for those who need a break from the outdoors. The beautiful rolling hills of the Eastern Columbia River Gorge provide dramatic views of Mount Hood and are a great place to enjoy the sunshine! Cool off in the Klickitat River at the foothills of our property or travel to a lake on Mt. Adams for the day. Beautiful area known for hiking, skiing, windsurfing, watersports, waterfalls, and scenic views. Many wineries in local area. Kid and pet friendly environment with lots of space to run and play.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
The vibe at Winery Studio Cabin
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This spot was awesome! Kiva has a really beautiful property where we felt totally relaxed. The studio cabin was really fun to stay in and with so many windows it was nice and breezy. Would absolutely stay here again. Thank you Kiva!
I loved staying in the studio cabin! It is super cozy and spacious with lots of windows in a beautiful setting. Kiva is a wonderful host, super helpful and even offered me wine tastings upon arrival. Just down the road is the Lyle sand bar which makes the cabin the prefect base for kitesurfers.
I enjoyed my stay at the cabin. It was a great location just off the Columbia River and made for a great place to rest for the night.
The cabin had everything necessary for a comfortable night's stay despite the summer heat.
Kiva was a great and hospitable host. This location is slightly outside of Lyle, and we stopped here on our way home as it was affordable compared to other sites in the area. We enjoyed purchasing a bottle of wine made just downstairs, and having the opportunity to stay on Winery property. We'd stay again, and would recommend to anybody looking for a unique experience.
Enjoyed our time here. Very quiet, away from noise. SO MANY STARS AT NIGHT. Wow. Kiva is super chill, has a cool business going on. His place is undergoing some renovations right now so it's a bit disorganized, but for $50 a night a peak season in the area, we didn't feel like we were mislead or ripped off. The studio itself sits on top of his wine tasting room. It appears the studio is used as the office when he's not renting it out. It was nice to have a bathroom and a full shower. There are plenty of screened windows so we didn't feel hot at night and it was so quiet and peaceful. During the day, you are next to a road so if your in the cabin during the day, there will be some road noise. But we were out in hood river so that didn't really bother us. You are able to walk around the property, which is quite large. We saw the vineyard and other camping sites. FYI there's no lock on the door to the studio, but since there really isn't anyone around, we weren't really concerned.
Great location, I loved being on an organic farm! I bought wine too, and did some great hiking on Mount Adams less than an hour away. Perfect base camp with shower, sink, microwave for enough conveniences to make the spot a great bargain!
I will preface this with it pains me to write a poor review for a fellow business owner. Owning a business is always a work in progress, and takes an immense amount of time and energy. But it's also important to make your customer base happy. Kiva was kind enough to take a reservation from me the day before, and it does state that his cancelation policy is strict. From the photos the studio looked like a great spot, and my friend and I aren't high maintenance by any means (we backpack, if that gives you an idea). When we drove up to the property, the yard was overgrown grass and weeds, had broken down cars, random projects, junk, toys all strewn everywhere, aka tripping hazards and various other eyesores. The cabin is also a work in progress-partially sided, an outlet above the bathroom sink without a cover, moldy shower, a rusty hotplate, etc. My friend and I didn't feel safe or comfortable staying there due to the conditions (yes, we backpack, but we aren't paying for accommodations). After several conversations with Kiva and Hipcamp, Kiva said he wouldn't refund our money due to the policy. I believe that due to the conditions of the place and that we decided to go somewhere else to stay, that he in good faith should have returned my money. Needless to say, I am one unhappy camper. As a side note, Hipcamp was very accommodating and understanding during our exchange.