U of Oregon events: easily accessible; Wine: 24 wineries in close reach, an easy drive; Beer: multiple breweries welcome you in this craft brew capitol; Bicycle: extensive trails ring the city and reach out into rural areas. Track Town USA.
or "The Princess and the Pea"
This newly restored bedroom takes you back in time to a period of grace and elegance. Enjoy the vision of birds soaring through the wide sky that opens before you as the world seems to extend forever.
"Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the luckiest one of all?" Sit at the spinet desk and dream of novels waiting to be written. Curl up on the high mattresses and read a good book. At night look out at the sparkling lights of the city. This is a room to dream in. If you are traveling alone the room is perfect; if you are with a partner it is cozy.
Mahogany dominates the room in furniture and cabinets. Rosy hues defeat the rain and welcome the sun.
Protected, secluded, with a wonderful view this room welcomes the traveler and makes guests feel like they have come home. A home away from home for the solo traveler or the couple who want to be cozy.
Track and Field:
Walking distance to Hayward Field.
Guests have access to all common areas on the main floor: living room, dining room, balcony, and to great room when not reserved.
Interaction with Guests
We are always in residence to assist you.
Fairmount is one of the oldest residential areas in the city with many bespoke houses built in the late 1800s to early 1900s. Large trees dominate the hills and there are wonderful places to walk. Fairmount has four parks, a golf course and a world famous rhododendron garden.
Green LTD bus stop (EMEX) is conveniently located at the foot of the hill. This service provides access to most of the greater Eugene/Springfield area. The extensive bike path system also is accessible on the north side of Franklin Blvd.
No smoking in the house nor on the balconies.
Not suitable for children.
No kitchen privileges. Under unusual circumstances use may be allowed but only after discussion with owner well in advance of arrival. The kitchen is not an area of common use.
Do not let Stinky nor Tramp out.
No more than the agreed upon number of guests may stay the night. If there is an emergency the inclusion of additional guests MUST be discussed with the host and additional fees must be paid through airbnb.
This is my second stay with Karen, this time in the Four Poster Room. The room is comfortable, open and with a convenient bath across the hall. Breakfast was fantastic once again. Really, if you're coming to Eugene and going to be anywhere near the University of Oregon, this is a fine place to stay.
Karen was an amazing host. We got to her home very early but she welcomed us with open arms. She was so gracious when greeting us. I felt instantly welcome in her home. She showed us around, helped us get situated in our rooms, and explained how to get back in to the house later that night. It was all so comfortable and just as she described in her ad on airbnb. Everything was clean, comfortable, and the views were amazing. We walked from her home to the UofO campus, then on to Autzen. A very easy walk. Thank you Karen for making us feel so welcome. I look forward to staying at your home again some day.
Karen was amazing. She had that great balance of friendly and helpfulness, without being too overbearing as some hosts can be. Her house is absolutely incredible, the room was beautiful and had an amazing view, and her cats are pretty awesome to boot. Looking forward to staying there again when I get the opportunity.
What an incredible, memorable experience! Karen's home in the Eugene hills is magical. We had heard great things about Eugene -- and enjoyed our time throughout -- with this Airbnb visit as a real highlight.
Karen was warm and welcoming, and her home is unique in so many ways: truly a trip into another world! We enjoyed meeting other guests and learning about local history. I'm an avid jogger and the Alton Baker Park nearby is itself enough reason to move to Eugene. :)
We will definitely return to Eugene and would love to stay here again. And, we enthusiastically recommend Karen and her gracious home to others!
Karen was fantastic, and went above my expectations to make me feel at home! The house is incredible, and was like a step back to a slower paced, more civilized time. The room, bed and bathroom were clean and comfortable. Close to the city, so you hear noise from the freeway which can be minimized by shutting the window, but isolated enough to hear some animal sounds at night! Amazing breakfast in the morning too!
We had a nice stay. Very clean, amazing view, great breakfast and Karen is a wonderful host. I would recommend her house for anyone. Plus, she's right next to Prefontaine's memorial rock which was very moving.
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Avid readers, writers, art collectors, artists and gardeners. The restoration of our home in Eugene and the construction of our stone house in Mexico are our abiding avocations/vocations. It seems that both are works in progress as are our lives. We have transitioned from participation in politics at every level to focusing more completely on writing, gardening, and working glass. After careers as professional educators and administrators we established an art gallery drawing upon our life long experience in the arts. From the art gallery we retired to a more peripatetic life living between Mexico and Eugene. We both have always been active in the nonprofit volunteer world and have moved from civic committee work to a greater emphasis on environmental issues and arts organizations. We have a cat named Stinky whom we love and a cat named Tramp who is a juvenile delinquent.