We are located about 6 miles from Corvallis, half a mile to the forest trail, close to Hwy 99W and the closest winery is a 10 minute drive. The coast is an hour away and the mountains 1 1/2 hours. Adair Village has its own Disc Golf course, nice restaurant, coffee/ice cream house, and distillery and parks.
Info on trails and wineries available.
For the days Thanksgiving 19-26, Christmas 21-27, or New Years weekend 30-2nd it is only $40 a night for 2 to 6 people. Together is a priority.
This is one story home, fenced back yard, quiet area. There are 2 great spaces available. The, up to, 4 person room rental is a bedroom with living room attached and its own entrance. The second bed is the futon in the living room. This room looks out on to the deck where you are welcome to relax with morning coffee or evening tea or wine. You can even feed the fish! The hall bathroom is yours alone when staying here and you have full use of the kitchen and laundry. Continental breakfast goodies every day, fresh cooking does happen on some weekends. Coffee or tea available any time. A second bedroom is available as needed for an extra person or couple. This room will share the bathroom.
Disponible para huéspedes
You have your own entrance and the kitchen, back yard, deck and laundry are open for use. There is a nice grill available on the deck as well.
Atención a los huéspedes
Your privacy is important to me as is the quality of your stay. I am always available if needed.
Otros aspectos destacables
I am open throughout the year for business travel, short and long stays, all major and local events such as football, mom and dad's weekends at OSU, Graduations, bike tours, wine tastings etc.
Check in is 5pm. If you will be arriving early or need to stay later please let me know and I will work with you as much as possible.
I am a mom, grand mom, hiker, wine taster, youngest of 8, and love to meet and host new people from everywhere! I love music, dance, chocolate, and campfires. My French is rusty but I love to practice. There is always a project to finish and that is what keeps me going.
It is the journey that defines life and I am honored when people share a bit of that path with me.