Come and stay in a clean, and private Airstream trailer parked under a plum tree in our large urban garden.
The trailer is 27ft long and 7.5ft wide with a wood stove for cold nights. The firm full size bed is ideal for one and cozy for two. Feel free to use the shared restroom, located just inside the back door of the house, or the chamber pot in the trailer. We offer free wifi and unlimited access to a barnyard full of gentle creatures.
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There is a hot pot provided with drinking water for tea, but please plan your meals elsewhere as our communal kitchen is a high traffic area. You are welcome to meander around the yard and enjoy the gardens, animals and honeybees and don't be surprised if a duck follows you around.
We are located very close in to downtown, one block from bars, restaurants, pizza and bike rentals, a ten minute walk to North Williams shops, fine dining and desert. Or just one mile to the Mississippi neighborhood for ice cream or a burrito.
The number 6 bus runs a half block from the Airstream toward downtown, the street car, other buses or a quick 10 minute bus ride north to the Alberta Arts district.
We are a laid back community of young farm and garden enthusiasts and artists. There is nothing fancy about our setup and when you are not staying in the trailer I am.
We respect your privacy, but feel free to ask us for suggestions about local attractions or questions about the animals.
Hope to see you soon,
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$15 / night after the first guest|
|Check In:||2:00 PM|
|Check Out:||12:00 PM (noon)|
|Pet Owner:||Cat(s) and Other pet(s)|
For someone who has never been to Portland before we found the location perfect for getting around the city. Kenya had left plenty of maps to help get around the city, along with the electric heater and plenty of firewood to keep warm in winter.
Highly recommend the airstream, if you haven't done it you're missing out.
The trailer made for a really unique experience. The host left detailed directions and we had a lot of privacy. Even though it was winter, we didn't have as much trouble staying warm as we had thought. The bathroom was a bit inconvenient you can't really expect any more.
A friend and I had an amazing stay in the Airstream. What a great way to spend a few days in Portland! Host provided drinking water and enough fire wood to keep is warm during the nights. Neighborhood is quiet and road noise inside the Airstream was minimal. Couple bars and cafés within walking distance provided a good spot to rest the legs. This original condition Airstream is a must stay, don't pass up the opportunity!
Creatively and considerately appointed airstream with easy access to restroom in the back of the house. I had a blast, and would be even more fun in warmer weather.
This one of the coolest places I've ever stayed. Super cozy and cute interior. I love hearing and seeing the animals. Pretty accessible to the city. I will definitely stay there again next time I'm in Portland.
This was exactly the kind of adventure my fiance and I were looking for!
The farm is an adorable and unconventional space a short bus ride from downtown Portland. The trailer was comfortable and the animals that live on the property were very friendly.
This seems like it would be an ideal space for a fall getaway, but the Airstream in winter is just a step up from a tent in terms of insulation. When we arrived, we could see our breath in the trailer but were kept warm by the wood stove and pile of blankets during the night. Just be prepared to get up a couple times to throw more logs on the fire.
The residents of the farm were very friendly while also respecting our space and privacy, the perfect combo in hosts. We plan on staying here again sometime in the future.
Rustic, rural, agrarian experience right in the heart of Greater Portland. Who'd a thunk it! The historic Airstream is adorable.
Such a sweet place to stay while visiting Portland. The trailer is beautifully decorated and the wood stove once it gets going does warm it up quite nice- you do have to keep it going though. It was super cold while I was in Portland 34 at night and I think that it was a bit much for me... but I would stay here again in warmer weather no problem.
This place was awesome. We stayed on a cold, rainy night and there was dry firewood stacked by the stove and a filled tea kettle ready for use. The sound of the rain on the roof was beautiful. If you are looking for a cozy and memorable experience, the airstream is the way to go.
Our stay in the Airstream was great! The set up was very charming and the area was one of the best in the city. We came to Portland at a cold time of year so the airstream at night was pretty chilly (we had a hard time keeping the stove running all night) but the blankets and comfy bed kept us warm. Kenya's roommate was very friendly and greeted us upon arrival. Kenya also left some good instructions for us, drinking water and extra blankets.
Thanks for the great stay!