About this listing
Why Inn Alberta Arts? Because when you're here, it's your home!
Welcome to our guest house! We love our neighborhood and know you will, too!
Located in the exciting and enterprising Alberta Arts District, we have 4 environmentally- themed guest rooms, as well as shared accommodation to serve you. Stay for a day or a week, we have price points geared toward all traveler budgets!
Enjoy your stay in our tranquil queen bedded Breitenbush Room w/private bath. Bunk bed for two additional guests has been added to accommodate larger groups. Note: Adults traveling w/children will receive family rate of $100/night.
Come experience the quirkiest & most free thinking Portland neighborhood!
Guests may make use of the common areas--including front porch, sitting room and kitchen.
The Alberta Arts District is the center of all that's weird and wonderful about Portland. Come hang out at our guest house and wander Alberta Street...it's a cornucopia of funky and independent shops, galleries, bars & restaurants. We've got world famous pie, 5 kinds of Thai, an amazing tea shop, vegan bakery, co-op and guitar shop within a few blocks. Catch a flick at the Kennedy School or live music at the Alberta Street Pub or Alberta Rose Theater.
Every Last Thursday, we have a freewheeling art festival on the street. Last Thursday is a rich tradition where it's free to vend and attend. You'll see washboard bands, teen violinists, Native American drumming circles, fab art and funky attire right outside our front door!
We are on several major bus lines and one block from a designated biking boulevard. By car we are 10 minutes from the airport, Lloyd Center Mall, Convention Center and Light Rail and less than 15 minutes to downtown Portland.
Other Things to Note
The Breitenbush Room is dedicated to (email hidden)e composition of about 70% of both you and the Earth. Oregonians take water seriously—with all the rain, who wouldn’t—are vigilant about both conserving and enjoying it, and hope you will be too!
If you have time for a getaway during your Portland visit, meander through the gorgeous waterfalls of the amazing geologic wonder that is the Columbia River Gorge. Stop off at Depoe Bay on our beautiful and rugged coast, where, if you’re timing’s right you’ll likely spot whales feeding just offshore. Hot Springs, yes! A day sitting by the river and soaking in the mineral pools at Breitenbush Hot Springs will rejuvenate you in body, mind & spirit!
Here and at home, please remember to be water friendly. Reuse your towel, shorten your shower, choose tap water over bottled—an easy choice here in Portland, where our municipal water is among the purest in the country!
Easy check in! When you book your room, the house manual will have all the details regarding your stay. If you need to adjust your check in/out times we will make every effort to accommodate you. Because it's a guest house, you can have as much or as little interaction with the host and other guests as you desire. Kitchen is available for your use. Let me know if you have any special needs. At this time we are keeping the house pet free, as many travelers have allergies. Welcome!
Great place to stay at if you are visiting portland. Rochelle was very prompt and very accomdating to our needs. Room was clean and house location was perfect. We stayed on the last week of the month so we got to experience the last Thursday festival at Alberta arts district. Close to breweries and restaurants and transportation is available with no hassle. I recommend taking the bus if traveling to downtown portland. Overall stay was a 10/10. Thank you Rochelle and Phoenix.
We had a great experience in Alberta staying at Rochelle's place. She made sure our experience went without a hitch and was stress free. Our accommodations were perfect for my daughter and I and gave us the full experience of the Alberta district being able to watch it all go by from the front porch. I'll be back.
Very pleasant. Lots of information on the local area and in a great location!!
My wife and I had a fantastic stay! The house and room were very nice and clean. The kitchen has everything you need and the location wonderful. Plenty of shops and restaurants right on the same street. The only down side was that we couldn't stay longer
The host was very welcoming and extremely responsive to any questions.
This was our second time staying here, and we will be sure to visit again! Incredibly warm and comfortable house - feels like staying with friends. Rooms are very clean and cozy, with plenty of common space to relax or getting to know other guests. Haven't yet stayed here on my own, I've always been part of a group, but I sense that with the number of folks I spent time chatting with on the front porch, it could be just as friendly of an experience as a solo traveller.
The host Rochelle was not really around during our stays, though finally meeting her this time was very pleasant! She seems very content to open the space to decent, responsible guests who are looking for a quiet, comfortable stay. Good energy!
Great neighbourhood! Plenty of great bars and restaurants (try Tin Shed, just a few blocks away) and a generally vibrant feel. Will continue to recommend the Inn Alberta Arts to anyone visiting Portland!
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About the Host, Rochelle
“Take only memories, leave only footprints.” – Chief Seattle
I've lived all over Portland, but once I landed in the Alberta Arts district that was it. Even in a city known for 'different', Alberta pushed the free- and forward-thinking envelope just a little bit further.
I've worn a lot of different hats over the years, but right now I'm drawn to the intersection where art, activism and the cooperative movement meet. I think the Alberta neighborhood is a great template where we might develop and model sustainable local urban living--I'd love to see food planted up and down the alleys, Alberta Street turned into a permanent walking/shopping boulevard. Cottage industry coops of all stripes, art everywhere!
I'm happy to open our house to the fabulous folk who find their way to us. What's your passion?