Sleeps: 8

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3.5

Pets: No Pets

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Description

Description

Travelers to Hood River who long for the log cabin experience while still maintaining proximity to those landmarks that make Hood River unforgettable will find everything they desire and more when booking Robin’s Nest for a stay. This 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath property provides just the right amount of space to welcome up to eight guests at a time. Robin’s Nest is ideally situated between Mt. Hood and the town of Hood River, meaning guests enjoy the seclusion of an off-the-beaten-path cabin experience while remaining close to trails, town and the slopes that called them here in the first place.

Guests are often captivated by the charming façade that welcomes them to Robin’s Nest upon arrival. Surrounded by trees, Robin’s Nest also enjoys a spacious yard and extended deck that winds around the property and sits securely in front of its log cabin exterior.  Robin’s Nest includes separate doors and stairs that lead from the ground level to the wrap-around deck. Large windows make it evident even from the outside that Robin’s Nest is a property with plenty of natural light flow available during the daylight hours. Patio furniture and a picnic table dot the deck at Robin’s Nest, welcoming guests to enjoy as much time as possible in the fresh air soaking up the sights and relaxing.

Inside, a space filled with rustic charm awaits. The sitting room of Robin’s Nest includes exposed beam ceilings and a wagon wheel chandelier that brings the concept of nature-inspired décor to life. A plush red couch and overstuffed armchair sit comfortably in front of a wood fireplace settled on a floor to ceiling brick foundation. When guests are indulging in the glow of the fireplace, this room also includes a ping pong table for some friendly competition or a two-person table with chairs for making the most of the view.

A second sitting room complete with an additional fireplace opens up to the dining room where a six-person table invites guests to enjoy a meal together. Sleek hardwood flooring makes for a seamless transition between the second sitting room and the kitchen where chefs who cook while traveling can make the most of stainless-steel appliances, wood cabinets and plenty of meal preparation space. When dinner comes to an end, cozy up in one of the many reading nooks this property provides and feel free to take advantage of the many books that fill the bookshelves. Be sure to contact the property professionals at Arrived when you’re looking to book Robin’s Nest for your next Hood River adventure.

 

The Columbia River Gorge, with its mountains and rivers, offers the vacationer and recreation enthusiast the opportunity to windsurf, mountain bike, kayak, golf, ski, hike, fish, or just relax in the unhurried pace of a natural paradise. Historic buildings line the beautifully scenic streets of downtown Hood River, with a bustling shopping district featuring boutiques, designer shops, outdoor adventure gear outfitters, antique shops, art galleries and no less than 30 restaurants.

There are many orchards and vineyards in Hood River. The Hood River Valley is known for its luscious apples, pears, cherries, peaches and other fruits, and for the view of the majestic snowcapped peak of Mt. Hood. People from all over Oregon make an annual trek in the fall to the many farm stands to stock up on fresh apples and pears. Other produce is available, and varies by season. The award-winning Hood River Vineyards is located on a hillside overlooking the Hood River Valley. Their tasting room features traditional wines, and fruit liqueurs. 

The Columbia River Gorge, with its magnificent views make this a dream spot for a destination wedding. 

Wind surfing capital of the world is Hood River's latest distinction. The winds from the Columbia River Gorge, best during the middle of the day, create ideal conditions for riding the waves. To enjoy the view of "boardheads" at play, drive to the Columbia Gorge Sailpark or follow Second Street to the waterfront.

The Mt. Hood region and its more than sixty miles of forested mountains, 77 waterfalls and myriad lakes and streams are a rip-roaring mecca for outdoor adventure. The mountain is home to four ski areas and offers the country's only year-round skiing and snowboarding.

 

Amenities

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Free WiFi
BBQ
Fenced or Large Yard
Fireplace
Off Street Parking
Washer and Dryer
Availability

Availability

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Travelers to Hood River who long for the log cabin experience while still maintaining proximity to those landmarks that make Hood River unforgettable will find everything they desire and more when booking Robin’s Nest for a stay. This 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath property provides just the right amount of space to welcome up to eight guests at a time. Robin’s Nest is ideally situated between Mt. Hood and the town of Hood River, meaning guests enjoy the seclusion of an off-the-beaten-path cabin experience while remaining close to trails, town and the slopes that called them here in the first place.

Guests are often captivated by the charming façade that welcomes them to Robin’s Nest upon arrival. Surrounded by trees, Robin’s Nest also enjoys a spacious yard and extended deck that winds around the property and sits securely in front of its log cabin exterior.  Robin’s Nest includes separate doors and stairs that lead from the ground level to the wrap-around deck. Large windows make it evident even from the outside that Robin’s Nest is a property with plenty of natural light flow available during the daylight hours. Patio furniture and a picnic table dot the deck at Robin’s Nest, welcoming guests to enjoy as much time as possible in the fresh air soaking up the sights and relaxing.

Inside, a space filled with rustic charm awaits. The sitting room of Robin’s Nest includes exposed beam ceilings and a wagon wheel chandelier that brings the concept of nature-inspired décor to life. A plush red couch and overstuffed armchair sit comfortably in front of a wood fireplace settled on a floor to ceiling brick foundation. When guests are indulging in the glow of the fireplace, this room also includes a ping pong table for some friendly competition or a two-person table with chairs for making the most of the view.

A second sitting room complete with an additional fireplace opens up to the dining room where a six-person table invites guests to enjoy a meal together. Sleek hardwood flooring makes for a seamless transition between the second sitting room and the kitchen where chefs who cook while traveling can make the most of stainless-steel appliances, wood cabinets and plenty of meal preparation space. When dinner comes to an end, cozy up in one of the many reading nooks this property provides and feel free to take advantage of the many books that fill the bookshelves. Be sure to contact the property professionals at Arrived when you’re looking to book Robin’s Nest for your next Hood River adventure.

 

The Columbia River Gorge, with its mountains and rivers, offers the vacationer and recreation enthusiast the opportunity to windsurf, mountain bike, kayak, golf, ski, hike, fish, or just relax in the unhurried pace of a natural paradise. Historic buildings line the beautifully scenic streets of downtown Hood River, with a bustling shopping district featuring boutiques, designer shops, outdoor adventure gear outfitters, antique shops, art galleries and no less than 30 restaurants.

There are many orchards and vineyards in Hood River. The Hood River Valley is known for its luscious apples, pears, cherries, peaches and other fruits, and for the view of the majestic snowcapped peak of Mt. Hood. People from all over Oregon make an annual trek in the fall to the many farm stands to stock up on fresh apples and pears. Other produce is available, and varies by season. The award-winning Hood River Vineyards is located on a hillside overlooking the Hood River Valley. Their tasting room features traditional wines, and fruit liqueurs. 

The Columbia River Gorge, with its magnificent views make this a dream spot for a destination wedding. 

Wind surfing capital of the world is Hood River's latest distinction. The winds from the Columbia River Gorge, best during the middle of the day, create ideal conditions for riding the waves. To enjoy the view of "boardheads" at play, drive to the Columbia Gorge Sailpark or follow Second Street to the waterfront.

The Mt. Hood region and its more than sixty miles of forested mountains, 77 waterfalls and myriad lakes and streams are a rip-roaring mecca for outdoor adventure. The mountain is home to four ski areas and offers the country's only year-round skiing and snowboarding.

 

Air Conditioning
Free WiFi
BBQ
Fenced or Large Yard
Fireplace
Off Street Parking
Washer and Dryer
Reviews

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