Santa Fe Pueblo on a cliff.

House - Private room · 85th Pl, Bend, OR 97701, United States
Wayne,Sonnie
Your host, Wayne,Sonnie
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The Space

Our Santa Fe styled pueblo sits on top of Long Butte six (6) miles
north of Bend on a beautiful rimrock and a 180+ view east to west
overlooking the City of Bend and a stunning view of the Cascade mountains.Please note: we have another room here as well-room with mountain views scroll down to find.Note,follow directions on listing;(website hidden) map is currently in error.

We offer the master bedroom with a luxury bath including double sinks, a walk-in double headed travertine stone shower and a
whirlpool Jacuzzi tub. You will have your own entrance with a
lovely little stone courtyard to enjoy your tea or coffee watching the sun come up. A queen size bed, table and chairs, internet
connection and TV are yours to enjoy.

Guests are free to be private or utilize three other courtyards and
the west end deck to watch the last rays of the sun. Also, we have
a beautiful stone fireplace in the living room to enjoy on the cooler
evenings. A stone patio with benches and a small clay fireplace sits outside the southern bedroom wall for your use.

Our Casa is in the High Desert area of sagebrush, rock outcroppings and ancient junipers (like large Bonsai trees)
where in winter we have much less snow and it is warmer than south and west Bend.Less shade and more sun.
Watch the weather fronts move over the Cascades. Oh, and a
tipi is set-up in the warmer months.

A feeling of privacy exists on our 5 acres where you can frequently see deer below; or, at the birdfeeders, raptors catching the thermals and migratory birds feed and water outside the windows.

Being on a butte with four main roads below means many people enjoy the routes to bicycle and get their burn coming up and
racing down again. Two routes pass over the nearby Deschutes
River with fishing, hiking trails, kyaking and swimming available.

Smith Rocks State Park (world class) climbing and hiking area
is fourteen miles north of us, the Redmond airport, easy access to Highway 20 to Sisters, OR, the wilderness area of the Badlands is east, not far away, and the north end shopping malls
of Bend to our south.

A perfect get-away for the writer, artist, both for the stunning open
sky views, desert terrain and sense of peace and creativity.

A treadmill is available as is a continental breakfast or a full old
fashioned styled one. We use healthy foods.

A second guest bedroom is also available. Want a different Bend
experience, come enjoy an amazing place, where at night, the lights of Bend seem like the shore seen from a boat, and away
from the City lights glow, see a sparkling night sky. We have
plenty of parking.
Unfortunately we do not allow guest pets cats or dogs.We have a dog,but she never is allowed in the guests bedrooms.Ginger sleeps in the garage studio with me or in the living room.There is a pet sitter down the street;a guest dog could be with Ginger and I in the garage/studio and could be in the house during the day-No bedrooms,EVER.., Thank you for choosing us,Wayne,Sonnie.

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 2.5
Beds: 1
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
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Cancellation: Moderate
Pet Owner: Dog(s)
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  • This is an incredible place to stay which we would highly recommend. We were here over the July 4th weekend and Wayne and Sonnie treated us so good. The first night we were invited to share in a 4th of July BBQ, then after dark up to the roof of the studio to watch Bend's fireworks.

    The setting and the house on a mesa with views of the Three Sisters, Bend and east is stunning. Wayne is a stone mason and the fireplace he built in the house as well as the stone columns are incredible.

    Unlike many places listed on Air"BnB" Wayne and Sonnie do not leave out the second B. We had full breakfasts both mornings that were absolutely delicious.

    We will be sending friends and family to stay here. It's that good.

    July 2014
  • My husband & I came here last weekend to celebrate our wedding anniversary & what a perfect, special place to come! Not only is the Pueblo style house (built by Wayne) and grounds/setting spectacular but the hosts Wayne & Sonnie (and the adorable dog Ginger) could not have been sweeter or more helpful! There is a beautiful private patio facing mountians and saw all kinds of pretty birds and hummingbirds, so relaxing! The coffee and breakfast Wayne cooked in the morning was fantastic and had such wonderful conversations with he & his lovely wife. The only negative thing was having to leave them and this AMAZING, magical place, 1 night was not long enough. We wish we could have stayed there all week. We already have plans to go back & will recommend to all our family & friends! Thanks SO much Wayne & Sonnie- can't wait to come back soon! :)

    June 2014
  • Had a wonderful time at the Santa Fe Pueblo on a cliff! The house and the view are absolutely beautiful. We were greeted by Sonnie and she made us feel welcome the moment we met. Our room was beautiful as was the rest of the house. We were planning on going out for dinner but decided to get take out and just enjoy the evening watching the sunset then sat around a fire outside enjoying our wine and the peace and quiet of our patio. We had breakfast with Wayne and enjoyed our conversation. I would highly recommend this place.
    Thanks again to Sonnie & Wayne for sharing your home and hospitality with us.
    Visitors from Pittsburgh, PA

    June 2014
  • Wayne and Sonnie were absolutely wonderfull and the space was beautiful. There was delicious coffee and breakfast, amazing views, great location, beautiful shower and jacuzzi, and relaxing environment. Our hosts were both warm and welcoming and allowed us to be social and private at the right times. Look forward to staying here again!

    June 2014
  • Isaiah and I decided to stay out of the city for a night in Bend and we found Sonnie and Wayne's place. It was absolutely the best experience. They are wonderful hosts, have a beautiful house and gorgeous views of all the snow capped mountains and the valley below. We even saw some deer and a pair of hummingbirds. Wayne made us breakfast the next morning which was delicious and healthy! I recommend this place to anyone looking for a relaxing weekend away. Simply the best.

    June 2014
  • Amazing. Again.

    June 2014
  • Wayne and Sonnie were great, and I highly recommend their pueblo for anyone visiting Bend or its environs. As listed, the pueblo sits on a bluff overlooking the Bend area. The space affords a spectacular view of the Cascades to the southwest and Tumalo State Park below them. I expect to visit Wayne and Sonnie again this winter when the Portland rain wears out its welcome.

    June 2014
  • Wish we could give 6 stars!
    Wayne and Sonny are Amazing hosts - warm, immensely helpful and happy to share stories over delicious breakfast :)
    The house is surreally beautiful and so nicely decorated that I found it hard to believe we were in Oregon. The view over the valley and mountains will take your breath away.
    Such a pity that in a race around the Northwest we could only spend one night here. I already want to come back!

    May 2014
  • My boyfriend and I enjoyed a wonderful 4 night stay with Wayne and Sonnie. The home and property were just beautiful. Wayne built the house with great attention to detail. He is a stone mason and the stone work is incredible . The master bed and bath were just as described. The bed was very comfortable and we slept like rocks. We loved the dual shower heads in the two person shower and soaking in the Jacuzzi tub as well.

    The home is centrally located-- easy to get to Bend, Sisters , Smith Rocks. Wayne and Sonnie are very knowledgeable about the area and provided us with many tips and suggestions.

    I miss Wayne's breakfasts. They were healthy, tasty and hearty--a great start to a busy, active day. Coffee was great too especially when accompanied by Wayne's stories, he has had a very interesting life.

    We are looking forward to visiting again when we are able to get away.

    May 2014
  • Breakfast was delicious. Wayne and Sonnie were so warm and welcoming! The house was more beautiful than we expected. The design of the house is incredible and it's a destination on it's own. We slept like logs and highly recommend this beautiful and hospitable airbnb experience.

    May 2014
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Cape Elizabeth High School, University of southern colorado, University of Maine
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Sonnie is a semi-retired real estate broker,a gourmet cook and an award winning sunny personality. Wayne is an artistic stone mason,sculptor andbeaded necklace,earring artist. we enjoy travel rockhounding,exploring,hiking photography.Music and dancing is vital for me;metaphysical and medicical thing excite Sonnie. We delight in good conversation,meeting people good food and wine.I want to invite guests who are interested in stone masonry and beading to join us for one on one lessons in either or both catagories.I will give hands on lessons.
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