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The Yodel inn was the perfect place for a birthday gathering, the cosy atmosphere and woodstove kept us warm despite the cold and wet! All beds very comfy, plenty of bedding if you need it - although we opted to mostly bring our own to cut down on washing/drying time - the dryer is very slow! The kitchen is incredibly well stocked with pots, pans, plates etc, everything that we could have asked for. Only slight negative was that there is only 8 chairs for the dining table, so if you have a larger group, be prepared to eat in shifts, or on your laps. We will be back!
Sweet place in a beautiful setting. Well stocked. We had lovely sunshine to enjoy being up on the mountain.
The Yodel Inn was the perfect getaway for a weekend on Mt. Hood. The house is super cute with nice amenities. It is perfect for kids with lots of games and even air hockey! Wendy was very responsive and made the process really easy. I definitely recommend the Yodel Inn!
What a wonderful way to ring in the New Year! This is my favorite cabin and Wendy is wonderful! The place was clean and adorable so comfortable with tons of wood. If you are looking for a fun cozy place to stay on the MT. Hood this is it.
Wendy was quick to respond to our inquiry for a stay at Yodel Inn. It is a great place to stay in winter as it is a quick trip up to Timberline or Meadows. Also some great hiking in the area. Comfortable cozy downstairs gives way to a more open upstairs and the combination is great especially if you have kids. It is a self cleaning place, so you kind of are hoping that the people before leave it in clean condition. We were a bit bummed in this area, but quickly overcame and remedied the situation and had a nice stay.
Great place. Lived in and homey with awesome books and games. Perfect respite from digital overload. Quick trip up to ski on Hood with amazing views of the volcano above and the desert stretching below.
We had a wonderful two days there with our out of town friends. Great location for access to Mt Hood for hiking or skiing in the winter. Cabin had everything we needed and we loved playing air hockey!
My boyfriend and I were planning on spending three days/two nights in Portland, but our trip got cut short due to a family emergency. However, during our brief stay, Wendy made our stay very comfortable and easy, as she was accommodating with our stay and very responsive to any questions we had. The space was cozy and was exactly how she described it. The location of the apartment was also great as it was relatively close to public transit and to many of the restaurants/bars that we had meant to check out. Getting to/from the apartment was simple using the Tri-Met lightrail/bus system (with transfer to a local bus route) from the airport. The space was very roomy and private (located in the basement with separate bedroom, a full bathroom, a private kitchen, access to washer/dryer, and our own living area) as not to disturb our host. Great value for an easy and comfortable stay in Portland -- definitely wish we had been able to experience a full stay here!
We had an awesome relaxing time in Wendy's apt. The reviews are accurate. The treats when you enter are awesome and we definitely had our privacy. The bus was our main transportation since we didn't have a car and that worked. There are a ton of things to do around this apt too. I think it contributed to our awesome visit to the PDX during my friends wedding. Thanks for everything.
We rented this place for a couple of nights in August to use as a base for exploring Mt. Hood. The cabin is clean and comfortable, tastefully decorated, and well-organized. Wendy also has generously left items in the cabin for renters to use in well-equiped kitchen/pantry/laundry/bath/bedding, books on trails of Mt. Hood, even a parking pass for trailheads! Other renters seemed to have followed the policy of a self-clean unit and it shows. The location is great for getting up to the Timberline Lodge (with trailheads and a good place for a meal/drinks) as well as other trailheads in the Mt. Hood National Forest (Top Spur, Ramona Falls, ZigZag). The fire-ring was great for a dinner by the fire on a chilly August night. The location feels secluded, even though is it adjacent to rt. 26. The only thing that kept us from feeling like we were really out in wilderness was the road noise from 26, which was not bad during early morning or evening hours. The nearby ZigZag Cafe is great place for breakfast and a WiFi fix.