The garden studio is ideal for 1-2 people visiting Portland and want something more than the Marriott kitchenette.
Web search OregonLive reporter, Janet Eastman for article featuring this studio. Also search master bedroom in Multnomah.
In the heart of Multnomah Village is this sanctuary in the city. The garden studio is ideal for 1-2 people visiting Portland. We'd like to think we offer something more than the traditional hotel room/kitchenette.
Your welcome will be the aromas of daphne and palette of color from this meticulously landscaped garden.
This 300 sq ft studio has a full kitchen, stocked mini-bar, super comfy queen bed, private bathroom with shower, high speed wi-fi internet, 32" LCD screen HD TV, and easy street parking. Great west hills views.
Portland Art Museum, Oregon Chinese Garden, and Tri-Met Bus passes are free and available upon request. We can also assist with securing tickets to local and current performances.
We are an easy walk to 90 acre park, bus service, restaurants, and village shops. Three grocery stores are within a mile from the studio.
Downtown Portland is a 5 miles away with easy freeway access north and south. Regional bus service is 1 1/2 blocks away. Tri-met bust tickets and maps are free for the asking.
The studio is quiet and private.
We have our own website SafeHouse Northwest.
Guests can enjoy covered patio and stroll through the garden.
Interaction with Guests
As much or little as guests prefer.
We love the sense of community the Multnomah Village. The neighbors are great. We also love the proximity to Gabriel Park and shops in the village.
There are 2 bus lines 2 blocks away. They go to downtown, OHSU, or towards Tigard and PCC. Trimet offers the #44 and #45 from Multnomah Village
Other Things to Note
When you arrive, you can either enter through the gatehouse by slipping your hand through the louvres and lifting the gate latch. Alternatively, you can walk through the garden by coming in the driveway.
Street parking is free and readily available.
Check In Time – 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm. (Flexible upon request.)
Check Out Time – 12:00pm. (Flexible upon request.)
Cancellation Policy – 7 days notice required for refund of deposit less a $20.00 cancellation fee. Fewer than 7 days notice, deposit is forfeited unless suite is rebooked.
Non-Smoking Policy – Multnomah Village Studio is a 100% smoke free environment.
Damages – Guests are responsible and will be charged for damages and replacement costs, and loss of property.
Online movies ordered are priced as listed and payable upon leaving.
Pets – As much as we love animals, we are unable to accommodate pets. We will be happy to refer you to a nearby kennel.
Accessibility – Studio is located at street level. No stairs to navigate. One small step.
Off Street Parking – Available for up to two medium-size vehicles, our off-street parking is safe and well-lit.
We provide free-of charge:
•High speed wi-fi
•Flexible check-in and check-out
•Local maps & guidebooks
*Tri-met bus tickets (Just ask)
*Portland Art Museum passes (Just ask)
*Oregon Chinese Garden passes (Just ask)
For an addition fee, we can stock the refrigerator and cabinets for cooking homemade meals
Soft Soles - We appreciate you leaving shoes at the door.
Upon check out, leave keys in the studio and door unlocked. A $75. fee will be added for lost or missing keys.
Our website is SafeHouse Northwest
Our area code is five oh three followed by (phone number hidden)
We really enjoyed meeting and staying with Maria and Kenyon. The yard and patio look just as great as in the picture and were nice to hang out with a glass of wine. The apartment was nice and comfortable, and we had a good chat reminiscing about our respective Kilimanjaro climbs. I would definitely come back.
The cottage is in a great neighborhood and is central to a lot of Portland. We did not do any cooking there, but the kitchen was nicely furnished with everything one would need. Exactly as advertised, and we would definitely stay here again if we come back to Portland.
Maria and Kenyon communicated very well, exactly as described and the Multnomah Village a block away is fun with lots of friendly local people, good food and shops.
We had an enjoyable three-day stay at Maria and Kenyon's studio. The room was comfortable with a queen-size bed and, although we did not use it, an equipped kitchen area. We found one of its best features is that is only a short walk to Mutnomah Village and its shops and restuarants, including our favorite, the Fat City Cafe.
Great space and an easy commute into the Portland city center. We would certainly consider another stay if venturing back to the area.
Maria & Kenyon where quick about responding to our messages. Any question about the wifi or anything needed in the apartment was a quick reply. The place was exactly what my friend and I were looking for. It had a kitchen with all the utensils needed to make a healthy meal :) They had coffee, teas, popcorn, water available for us. What we loved about this locations was that it is walking distance to Multnomah Village and a 8 minute drive to downtown Portland. We were able to go for a walk around the neighborhood and enjoy all the small shops & restaurants! We would definitely stay here again if we are ever on a trip out to Portland.
Maria was an amazing host! The place is adorable, and was perfect for our stay over Christmas. It's only a couple blocks from Multnomah Village, and we loved being able to walk into the village to get coffee and breakfast. Maria went above and beyond, providing snacks and a "mini bar" with soft drinks in the fridge, and information about transportation in the area. I would highly recommend this listing to anyone staying in the area!
What's on your bucket list? Reaching the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro and stepping foot in all 7 continents filled my bucket.
As avid travelers, we have made the study of people, food, and cultures the thesis of our wanderlust. From cycling to surfing and from yoga to meditation, our interests are as diverse as there are cultures.
We believe a successful lifestyle is about balancing work, play, and rest. This means work that is intellectually stimulating, creative, and meaningful and down time is more than sleep.
We love meeting new people and introducing visitors to Portland and especially Multnomah Village. We'll be glad to share our favorite hike, restaurant, and shops with you.
By working downtown Maria stays on top of the food cart and restaurant scene. To counter this appetite for good food she commutes by bike each day over Terwilliger Blvd. Portland is bike friendly (mostly).
Kenyon is in charge of the garden and as a flower farmer he knows horticulture. His garden was featured recently by Janet Eastman of the Oregonian. Search the web for "Sleeping in Portland - Master bedroom conversion in Multnomah Village".
"Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." -- Dr. Seuss