This is a private room with private entrance and includes it's own little porch area and bathroom.
“I stayed 5 nights at Jeremiah's well-appointed hideaway. The space is cozy and super functional with a dandy bathroom. Coming and going is a breeze and I enjoyed the quality of ''having-my-own-space" start to finish. Superb value!”
~Airbnb does not allow third party bookings. Please do not try to book this space for someone other than yourself.~ Welcome to the SW hills of Eugene! Your time here will be spent in our colorful, artsy lower half of the house. Enjoy your own living room w/spare bed, fireplace, tv, & couch to relax or have friends visit. The hallway brings you to the cozy bedroom & private bathroom w/large shower. Entrance around the side yard allows you to come and go at your leisure.
“Overall great place. The art adds to the beauty of the place. The dog and cat very super sweet. Casey answered all of my questions in a reasonable time. He also recommended local places to eat at and visit. This place has everything you need from a washer and dryer to a tv with movie options. It honestly felt like a home away from home. The neighborhood is really nice and quiet. For my first trip to Oregon I couldn’t have picked a better place or host. If you’re visiting/moving to Eugene, this is the place to start your journey at!”
Enjoy this cute and cozy tiny home, equipped to make your vacation comfortable and convenient. Our house is located within walking distance to the U of O, Hayward Field and Matthew Knight Arena and minutes from either downtown Eugene or Springfield. We are also located close to Hendricks Park, a beautiful rhododendron and native plant garden. There´s a supermarket close by, restaurants and easy access to I5. Spanish, French and English are spoken. All are welcome here!
“This tiny house worked perfectly for me. There is less space than a hotel room but it was suffice to for me to stay alone. My daughter, a student, had dinner and stayed one night. And it was fine for a short stay. The garden is beautiful and it was delightful to sit outside in the morning. I appreciated the non-dairy dried milk options for coffee or tea. Don’t, as I did, blindly follow google maps to the tiny house. It took me through the his and tiny winding streets. Although this is located on the back side of Hendricks Park, it is really convent to get to campus and I made several daily trips. The owners made an awesome recommendation for The Public House in Springfield which was a great surprise. Excellent beer and whiskey selection, and a food hall just reopening after Covid restrictions. They have a good amount of well-spaced outside seating. I appreciated the clear directions for entering the tiny house and the garden lighting especially since I arrived at night.”