“The one-room light-filled studio is perfect for a single or couple. It has a comfortable full-sized bed with nice linens, a small table and chairs, coat and luggage racks (there is no closet), and a place to sit and read while you enjoy complimentary tea and coffee. Whatever season you are visiting Portland in, you will find the studio to be quite comfortable.” (source)
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“This sweet little house is a fantastic retreat in southeast Portland, located between Mt. Tabor Park and the Hawthorne business district. At 440 sf, it’s slightly larger than the typical “tiny” house, and has lots of fun/green design features to keep you intrigued and entertained.” (source)
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I thought you might enjoy this modern day yurt set up with its beautiful deck. Perfect for vacationing but also good enough for living in some climates.
This particular one was built by Pacific Yurts and is available as a rental at Thousand Trailers in Bend, Oregon. You can learn about making a reservation to stay in this yurt here.
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What an adorable little log cabin. Just right for two people to vacation in.
This particular cabin is available as a vacation rental near Lake National Park in southern Oregon.
More info is available here along with rates. You can also see the interior of the sunset log cabin here.
More pics including interior here. Construction pics are available here. Photo and Project by Hal from Oregon. Original story here.