This small room is on the second floor of our farmhouse and has access to a south facing deck with views of both the Cascade and Coast mountain ranges. Two beds in this room gives a dormitory style option for travelers who will share a room but not a bed.
Special Alert! For a short time this month the kitchen will be undergoing remodel. We still provide coffee or tea and a place to keep refrigerated items, but use of the kitchen will be limited by events happening the days you are here.
Our home has 4 private rooms (see separate listings) with two shared, full bathrooms. The farmhouse has an eclectic and whimsical decor - it serves as our home, workshop, and canvas for creativity.
Disponible para huéspedes
The base rate is for room rental, use of the bathrooms, coffee and tea in the morning and use of kitchen for your breakfast preparation. Available by donation are farm fresh eggs, garden vegetables and herbs for your breakfast creation. If you are interested in day use of our living spaces, prepared breakfast, use of sauna, or reiki/acupressure treatment, then additional fees apply - let's talk!
Atención a los huéspedes
This is our home and we will be available to assist you should you need us. We like to design your stay to meet your needs, so let us know what you are looking for!
Otros aspectos destacables
We have to admit to having one rooster ...
On wednesday evenings there is a non-amplified Irish session in our living room, which ends at 10pm
No Pets, please.
No Smoking in the house or anywhere on the property. This is a no-smoking household: if you are a smoker please choose accommodations more suited to your needs.
No fires of any sort.
No Firearms, absolutely!
Extra guests are required to rent separate room.
Bo and Diane welcome you to our big ol' farmhouse on the southwest side of Corvallis, OR. Bo is everything music and a talented magician; you can see the magical results of his skilled carpentry and a creativity all around the place - Diane is a nurse turned entrepreneur and dabbles in hosting small conferences and overnight guests, growing culinary herbs, raising hens, and rehabilitating old abandoned furniture. She is on a path to become a reiki and acupressure practitioner. The house is filled with her whimsical point of view.