About this listing
The wonderful benefit of this home is its closeness to downtown and the Old Mill District with the Amphitheater nearby, just 15 minutes in each direction.
It's also quiet and comfortable and provides the feeling of being in a real home.
Recently remodeled, bright, spacious home with tall vaulted ceilings, wonderful west-facing light, and an easy 15 minute stroll to downtown restaurants, and a 20 minute walk to the Old Mill District for shops, and even down to the Deschutes River!
There is a queen size bed in the bedroom, plus a brand new queen size sleeper sofa for additional guests in the main room. HOT water, extra towels, extra pillows, kitchen stocked with all the basic tools/equipment and dishes, and always kept very, very clean.
Conveniently situated in Bend's historic district near Boneyard Brewery's tasting room, Crux Fermentation Project (for sunset beers and stunning views of the mountains), Sparrow Bakery (for their magnificent Ocean Rolls!) and the Turkish bath at McMennamins just down the street for only $5.
You are welcome to bring your pet/s! There is an additional non-refundable fee of $10/pet/night. Please let me know in advance, since there isn't a pet fee option on this site. If you could please bring cash or check when you arrive that would be great.
I don't tend to approve splitting up Friday and Saturday weekend nights, but if it's really important we can work something out. I'll likely charge the Sunday night as a weekend night.
NO SMOKING PERMITTED.
The kitchen comes equipped with the following:
- French Press, and 12 cup Coffee Maker
- Dishes, Glasses, Stemware, Silverware
- Large Serving Bowls
- Stock Pot and Roasting Pans
- Sauce Pans, Skillets, and Saute Pan
- Cutting Boards, Colander
- Cookie Trays
- Misc Tools: Corkscrew, Whisk, Rubber Spatula, Grate, Can Opener, Ice Cream Scoop, Pot Holders, Kitchen Towels
Laundry available on site.
The Laundry Room is in the bump out of the Cottage next door. The key is hanging on by the rear door and is available between the hours of 9-11 and 2-6 only, in order to not disturb the Cottage guests.
Interaction with Guests
I'm always available by phone or email, but I try not be a helicopter host!
There is a queen size sleeper sofa in the Living Room, in addition to the queen size bed in the bedroom.
There is self check-in, so you can arrive any time after 3pm and leave at your convenience. Instructions are in the House Manual once you make a booking.
Yes pets are welcome! The pet fee is $10/pet/night.
-no pets on the furniture or beds.
-please do not leave your pets unattended if they are not accustomed to being in unfamiliar places. Complaints from neighbors may result in a $100 penalty and request to vacate the apartment.
-please bring your own 'doggie bags' in order to pick up after your pets. My lawn thanks you in advance!
Any pet damage will be subtracted from your security deposit
Smoking is not permitted inside or within 10 feet of open windows or doors.
I ask that you please start the dishwasher before you go, but that's it! No need to wash linens or towels or take out the trash. Just enjoy yourselves!
Clean, cozy & convenient location! Short walk to downtown (Drake Park, St. Francis soaking pool). More like a 25 minute walk to Les Schwab Amphitheater, so opted to drive since we have small children. Host Hannah promptly responds to any questions. We would stay here again!
Host asked us to text when we checked in. She responded and welcomed us. Very Easy check in and out. Cute and cozy. Loved the bathroom and kitchen. Pretty well stocked (website hidden) worked well. Close to busy road but didn't hear traffic noise inside. Very convenient location. Close to downtown. Small bedroom but comfortable bed and closet with dresser. great for two people. We had three and living room good for 3 rd person. We recommend.! Jennifer and Alan
Cozy and clean, big kitchen, perfect location for our anniversary getaway! We would stay again. Hannah was quick to respond to our emails and had a nice booklet out with information on the area and the house.
Despite being airbnb veterans, we arrived one week early (!) -- and in our frazzled and bedraggled condition, called Hannah as she was immersed in baby and dinner matters. Taking our situation completely in stride, without the slightest hint of irritation or disapproval, Hannah made last-minute adjustments in order to accommodate us. We sing the praises of this gracious and adaptable host -- and add our compliments to those already posted about her thoroughly cozy and comfortable abode.
Very nice & cozy place, just like what the listing had described. loved the personal touches like the special soaps & puzzle/card games provided. Neighborhood was decent & being minutes away from downtown was ideal. I would definitely stay here again!
We loved Hannah's cozy little house. It was in a perfect, central location within walking distance to downtown, shopping centers, breweries and restaurants. We were able to save money by bringing our own food to cook - the kitchen was stocked with everything you need to cook and serve meals. The house was comfortable, very clean and it was great we could have our dog with us. Hannah was a awesome host who was easy to contact when we wanted to check in a little early. I can't think of a single complaint and we will definitely stay here again the next time we visit Bend!
We loved staying in Hannah's one bedroom apartment. It was walkable to downtown, warm, cozy, and had all the essentials for a private little holiday getaway. The kitchen was great, house was very clean, and Hannah even let us check in a little early on our arrival day. It had everything you actually need to make a holiday roast and cook several meals, extra blankets and pillows, lots of towels, even a little first aid kit and band aids for people like me who are accident prone. (Cut my finger cleaning my own kitchen before leaving on a holiday) We'd stay again if we had more time to play in Bend.
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About the Host, Hannah
I've been a world traveler since my Peace Corps parents got me a passport when I was two years old, and I've been seeking out new adventures ever since. From Ecuador to Geneva and Nepal to Borneo, I'm always game to see a new place, and love being able to share my own home to other travelers passing through. These days I travel with my daughter, Bianca, with whom I am eager to share my love of new cultures and foreign places.
Hope to see you soon!