Three operating windows and three skylights, one operable, provide plenty of light and air.
Enjoy this aesthetic, architecturally designed studio apartment in a quiet, residential neighborhood within walking distance of the University of Oregon and Hayward Field. The studio is above our garage and has a separate entrance up a flight of stairs. It will accommodate one person or a couple. There is also an inflatable Airbed if needed. There is an additional charge for more than 2 guests.
•Carefully appointed, fully furnished studio apartment
•Queen-size platform bed with memory foam top
•Kitchenette with microwave, toaster oven, induction cook top, coffee maker, electric tea kettle, under counter fridge, stainless sink, dishes and cookware.
•Organic coffee, tea, and other breakfast items provided daily including ready to bake, homemade scones
•Bright, airy room with 3 skylights and windows on all sides
• Air conditioning
•Iron and ironing board provided
•Bathroom with shower, hair dryer and all natural bath products
•West view of College Hill and east view of Laurelwood Golf Course
•Flat screen, cable-access TV
•Easy, on-street parking
•Safe neighborhood close to grocery shopping,natural food store, wine shop, bakery, coffee shop, restaurants, parks, community pool and golf course
•Park like, historic Masonic Cemetery at end of the dead-end street with access to the cemetery
•15 minute walk to Hayward field
•10 minute drive to downtown
•Washer and dryer facilities available upon request
•No smoking on or near premises
•E-mail for further information
No smoking on or near the premises.
A few guests are welcome to visit, but not spend the night .
Please respect our carefully maintained studio apartment.
Be courteous and use common sense.
Very private, quaint, clean and welcoming! I would for sure stay here again if need be.
I stayed here based on the wonderful feedback and I join the 5 star chorus. Margot has created an incredible space for visitors to Eugene. I opened the door to a bright, airy studio apartment even though it was a cloudy day. The fridge was stocked with breakfast treats and those yummy scones! The coffee was delicious and strong. Margot came to say hello as I was unpacking and we struck up a great conversation about our lives. She let me know she was available for anything I needed and then let me have my privacy the remainder of the visit. As I settled in I noticed all of the details from cotton balls and q-tips to a bowl of chocolates by the comfy reading chair that reclines back. And if you're a clean freak like me, this place is immaculately clean! The view from the bedside windows has you gaze over tall trees into the valley below. It's like a painting. The bed and linens are comfy and cozy. The shower is a bit small but the water pressure is great and Margot provides good toiletries. My son is a student at U of O and I have stayed at mediocre hotels the 3 other times I came to the campus. I'm sorry I didn't know about this place before. I have never felt so rested and restored being away from home. I do hope that every time I come visit Eugene this space is available. This was my first experience with Airbnb and I'm now a convert! I loved living like a native for the weekend and being away from the corporate monotony of many hotels.
We had a fabulous stay in Margot's loft in the trees. The views were outstanding, the home made scones were delicious, and it is very conveniently located!
I have been using ABNB for about a yr, staying at about a dozen places. This one is by far the best experience I've had. The host Margot was helpful and hospitable, but not intrusive. Best part of the stay is the unit itself. Everything was spotlessly clean, amenities well thought out with attention to details. There's nothing that a tourist would need that's not provided. Views of the nearby hills were beautiful, available from windows all around the unit. The neighborhood is very upscale and exclusive. Really I can't think of anything but praises for this place.
"Bright and airy studio in the trees" is an apt description for this lovely studio. I stayed for a weekend in April to visit my children who attend the University of Oregon. It is exactly like the picture - lots of natural light, beautiful hardwood floors, and a small kitchenette and bathroom. Margot is very thoughtful. Everything I needed was there - shampoo and conditioner, cottonballs, Q-tips, and breakfast items in the fridge, including homemade scones! This was a great find. I will be back! The neighborhood is quiet and peaceful. It is located about a mile south of the southern edge of campus- very convenient. Thanks again, Margot!
After a 10 hour road trip, we tumbled out of the car and were met by our host, Margot, who gave us a peaceful welcome and showed us up the stairs to our lovely quarters for the night. The studio is modern and cozy with an airy, spacious feel, well-equipped and immaculate.
We were charmed by the many windows offering views of the landscaped yards and the city lights in the distance, the skylights, the pitched roof and the balcony off the kitchen area. It's in a lovely older residential area and next time I'd like to explore it more. During our Thursday night stay several young children in the yard next door shrieked and played loudly for a couple hours, but it is a family neighborhood, after all. The garage door directly below the studio, when opening and closing, makes the walls rumble and shake. Margot apologized the next morning and explained that had she known we were there (our car was parked elsewhere) she wouldn't have used it at that time.
We would definitely recommend Margot's "Studio in the Trees". My husband said it was the most comfy bed he's ever slept in! We felt we were in very good hands and were most grateful to be able to stay at her well-designed, welcoming airbnb.
This was my wife's and my first venture into airbnb. What an incredible experience we had with Margot. Tucked among towering trees and beautiful foliage, the loft, with its ceiling windows and its mini-balcony gave the feeling of a luxury resort experience, while providing a fortress of solitude and a feeling that we were the smartest people in town, with this little find. The much-needed serenity extended from the living quarters to the short walks to the University of Oregon campus (especially Howe and Hayward fields). A choice resident-provided short cut through the Masonic Cemetary, made walks to UO, or such culinary delights as Beppe and Gianni's, Agate Alley Bistro or Prince Puckler's, et al very doable for anyone. And for the time we spent on site (a testament to the wondrous surroundings is that our daughter the Duck visited us every night to play cards as a fresh breeze meandered through), Margot had a wealth of reading materials, and superb touches such as her blueberry scones which were easily readied in the loft's kitchenette. There is not a touch that she misses in making the time spent there as rewarding as possible. We felt truly on vacation. Counting the days till we return!
I'm a retired elementary school principal from Eugene, Oregon. My husband is an architect. One son lives with his wife and young daughter in Brooklyn, NY. Our other son lives in the San Francisco area. Airbnb is a great resource for finding places to stay when we visit our children. We love Eugene, a progressive university town close to the ocean and the mountains, but visiting two vibrant cities is always a pleasure. The diversity, museums, restaurants, and plays are particular attractions. I just love walking in the city, particularly when I'm pushing my granddaughter in her stroller in Brooklyn! Other interests for me include hiking and backpacking, rowing with a crew, reading, movies, theatre, cooking, birding and travel.