Weston Mountain Lodge in the Blue Mountains


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13 guests, 5 bedrooms, 9 beds, 2 baths
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Weston Mountain Lodge is a grand, open space full of natural light that feels intimate and cozy too. A group of friends or families as well as a couple or an individual would all feel at home here. The house and land inspire reflection and serenity. Weston Mountain Lodge feels magical and “other worldly” - a quiet oasis tucked off life’s busy path.

The Lodge is a perfect place to disconnect so you can reconnect, where you can build traditions and create lasting memories.

The space
The Space
Weston Mountain Lodge is a stately mountain home with beautiful wood accents that include giant Doug Fir beams and a wooden interior ceiling. The Lodge was built in the late 70’s and it’s design was inspired by Forest Service structures in Alaska. It has a grand, sturdy and sheltering feeling with a 24 foot ceiling at its apex. The second floor is open to the living space downstairs, which flows from living room to kitchen to dining room and outside to the deck and the hot tub room.

The main floor floor plan is open and, even though the lodge is a large space with high ceilings, the main floor feels open to the outside, while also feeling comfortable and sheltered from the elements.

The Main living area has a seating area tucked up around the propane stove in front of a wall of windows where you can watch wildlife and weather.

There is a charming antique upright piano and also a guitar on the wall of the dining room if you’re feeling musical. The Lodge has GREAT acoustics!

You’ll find a fun kid’s space tucked behind the piano with games, toys, chairs and a table brimming with drawers of LEGOs.

The great acoustics are also for the stereo system, which includes a massive collection of CDs for the six-disc changer (overflow discs can be found in the downstairs bedroom closet), record player (with an eclectic selection of records) and an AUX cable for connecting your own device to the sound system.

Dining Room
The dining table seats eight and there is a round oak table across from the kitchen that can also seat 6-8. You’ll find an extra leaf for that table in the dining room. You’ll also find four TV trays. There are also folding chairs in the dining room for the oak table.

The kitchen is a cook’s paradise - a fully stocked kitchen with everything you might need! Crock pot, waffle iron, roasting pan, knives + knife sharpener, all the cooking implements, loads of dishes, pots and pans of all shapes and sizes, mixing bowls, hand mixer, blender, Cuisinart, baking pans, as well as a coffee maker, grinder and filters. You’ll find a selection of teas, cocoa, apple cider and creamer/sugar for your enjoyment. A well stocked spice cupboard has all you’ll need, including a selection of oils and vinegars.

The Hot Tub Room
This magical space is a bridge between inside and out. You can climb in the tub and open windows and a slider on three sides, which allows for fresh breezes - or in the winter - a refreshing chill to compliment the warmth of the tub. It easily can accommodate 3-5 people.

Guest Access
The house sleeps up to 11 people in four bedrooms. Upstairs is a day bed with a trundle bed to sleep 2 more. The house has a queen size blow up mattress and an additional twin mattress that can also be set up for an extra 3 people. The house can sleep 16 with the blow up beds. Children and hearty adults can also sleep in sleeping bags on couches or on the floor in the living room.

The main floor bedroom has a queen size bed and a twin bed with an adjacent bathroom. The bath has a shower with a built-in seat, fluffy towels, grab bars and basic toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothpaste/extra new toothbrushes, hand lotion, Q-Tips and cotton swabs).

There are three upstairs bedrooms and a day bed/trundle bed. These rooms share one bathroom that has a shower/tub combination with lots of towels and extra toiletries if you should need anything.

The Library Room
This room has a queen size bed that sleeps two. Enjoy a private deck under the shelter of the nearest “high rises” - a grove of majestic Doug firs and ponderosa that soar to more than 150’+ above the Lodge. A handmade barn wood bed frame is a stand out feature, as is the skylight.

The library is a floor to ceiling book collection replete with thought provoking and eclectic books for all ages, as well as reference books of flora and fauna and local maps and recreation information.

The Blue Room
The walls are a beautiful sky blue, and the room has a skylight and two large windows that let in abundant natural light. The bunk beds and a double bed are a good configuration for a family with children, a group of children or any other grouping, for that matter!

The Master Bedroom
At the north end of the house the Master bedroom, with a queen size bed, is a private retreat that enjoys views out to the aspen grove through the large windows. The stately wooden bed makes this room feel extra special! There is a private door that leads to a deck off the end of the house. Enjoy total privacy and peace from the Master Bedroom. There is also a desk, which makes a perfect spot for working or studying remotely in this mountain paradise!

The Pendleton Room
Upstairs at the end of the hall is a colorful “hang out” space where you will find a TV with DISH TV and a large collection of DVDs. Curl up and enjoy movies!

The Mezzanine
A daybed brimming with cozy pillows and blankets is tucked under a skylight where you can curl up with a book from our library, take a nap, or watch the weather and trees through the skylight. At night, this becomes an extra sleeping space for two with a pull out trundle bed below.

The Lodge and its land is a haven for children of all ages. Inside are books and toys for young visitors, a high chair, a chair that hooks to the island bar counter, and bath tub. Outside, kids of all ages can enjoy the abundance of nature as well as play on the beautiful outdoor play structure with swings, a slide a small climbing wall, and plenty of buckets and shovels for digging.

Outside Areas
There are many places where you can enjoy the beauty and seclusion of Weston Mountain Lodge and the land. Both the Master bedroom and the Library Room (both upstairs) have private decks; the front of the house has a lovely deck with a teak table and umbrella that can accommodate 8 people. It’s a lovely place to enjoy coffee and breakfast while listening to the birds. The back cement patio has a fire pit, a picnic table with umbrella, two gas grills, and a view of the wonderful outdoor play structure for children to enjoy. There’s also a picnic table right next to the play set for your enjoyment!

Screened Porch
Next to the hot tub room and just off the back patio is a screened porch that offers a shaded, bug-free place for eating and hanging out. It’s also a great place to work remotely with birdsong and fresh mountain breezes to keep you company! There are two large prep tables, an extra fridge/freezer, extra coffee maker and a microwave. A dining table seats five.

The Screened Porch is where you’ll find dry firewood, kindling and lighters, extra folding chairs, yard games, grilling tools, and sticks for roasting marshmallows, among other things!

There are several meadows for picnicking, laying out a blanket for a nap, pitching a tent or doing yoga. The upper meadow has a large stone fire pit. The lower meadow is near the pond and under the aspens, which provide nice shade and dappled light in summer. This is a perfect area for outdoor weddings or concerts, as the meadow is gently tiered, with amphitheater access to a round flat “stage” area adjacent to the pond.

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Hot tub
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning
Security cameras on property

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Where you’ll be

Weston, Oregon, United States

Weston Mountain Lodge is located in the Blue Mountains of Eastern Oregon. Locals call the area "Tollgate" and it is home to four seasons of outdoor recreation - From hiking and mountain biking to winter sports such as nordic and backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. Also, seasonally, fishing, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, wildflower viewing, and bird watching are easily accessible. Jubilee Lake is less than an hour away and is a beautiful place to spend the day.

Access to the North Fork Umatilla Wilderness Area is just a few miles up the road. It is an easy drive that affords stunning views and easy to moderate hiking. About ten miles up the road is the Alpine Outpost, a mountain restaurant, specializing in American and European food. It’s a nice and easy place to get a meal from the house. Also, in the town of Weston, is the Upper Crust, an English-inspired tea house and restaurant serving delicious food and drinks. And, also in Weston is the “Longbranch Restaurant,” a local treasure serving hearty breakfasts and burgers.

Hosted by Heidi

  1. Joined in April 2015
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My passion is to create community around food! I love the easy conversation and connections that are borne around the table. I am also passionate about empowering people to connect with their loved ones and to encourage relaxation and restorative time in nature. In short, I am a chef, caterer, mom, piano player, roller boogie girl and lover of wild spaces and urban eats.
My passion is to create community around food! I love the easy conversation and connections that are borne around the table. I am also passionate about empowering people to connect…

During your stay

We live off site but are available via text or phone. We will also work with you to create any level of service that meets your needs. From planning wine weekends, to catering dinners or meals, to stocking the fridge for your stay, we will work with you to create your dream getaway! It is our passion to empower you to experience the abundant outdoor recreation too! We can help you plan trips, offer maps, connect you with guide services and even procure outdoor gear and equipment. Just let us know how we can help!
We live off site but are available via text or phone. We will also work with you to create any level of service that meets your needs. From planning wine weekends, to catering dinn…

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Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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