About this listing
Tranquil space in a lush garden setting. This cozy guest house features a well equipped kitchenette and dining area, a relaxing L shaped couch that easily converts into a full sized bed. The bathroom window opens onto your own private patio for alfresco dining or a lazy afternoon in the hammock. Other amenities include a flat screen TV with cable and Netflix, WiFi, an iPod doc and stereo and a gas BBQ, Please also see our listing for the (EMAIL HIDDEN)e explore cool inner NE Portland, close to Alberta arts district and Mississippi Ave, its a short walk to some of the best bars and restaurants in Portland. 2 blocks to Whole Foods market or Irving Park and a 15 min bike or bus ride to downtown.
Although you have your own patio the garden is a communal area shared with us and the Studio.
We are conveniently located on 2 bus lines a 15 minute ride to downtown. the airport is accessible by max light rail or Taxi (about $25) Rental bikes available a few blocks away at Everybody,s Bike Rental and there is plenty of safe on street parking.
The rules are few but important
Maximum of 2 people
Smoking outside on the patio
Quiet time after 10pm and before 8am
Since its a shared space in a quiet neighborhood we encourage a respectful attitude towards our community at large. Please feel free to contact us if there is anything you need or if you encounter any difficulties during your stay, we will do our best to accommodate your needs.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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The Vardo and the Guest House were inspired by many years of traveling and living in different parts of the world with a backpack or in a camper van. The Guest House was inspired by the bamboo bungalows of Bali and Thailand, the Vardo by the gypsy caravans of Europe. As a designer/builder I love the challenge of taking a small space and optimizing its potential. Medina and I met in Argentina, fell in love in France and she has traded in her job as a human rights lawyer in London to move to Portland and now works for a non profit to help the homeless. We travel as often as possible but not as much as we would like.