Corporate Retreats near Portland, Oregon

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Nathan Szwarc:

The absolute perfect cabin for your stay in the Mt. Hood area! it is gorgeous and tucked in among the trees. There is plenty of space to accommodate a good sized group and a beautiful living room area as well as a hot tub to keep you entertained! I personally really loved the window in the kitchen, you could see the beautiful surrounding forest while making coffee in the morning complete with a little stream and bridge! Can not recommend this accommodation enough!

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Johanna Ward

Beautiful cabin and area. Lots of fun, unique board games to play (some missing pieces but we improvised). Lots of great movies on a usb drive. Upstairs loft bedroom was beautiful and bed felt like a cloud. We were excited to try out the fire pit until we saw the sign at the entrance of the community saying that it wasn't allowed :(. No bbq tools that we could find but we made it work. Overall, just about everything we could need was there. Coffee, some cooking necessities, and lots of dishes in the kitchen. Even shampoo, and body wash was included in the shower. For those with small kids there's a stool and potty seat in the bathroom cupboard. The shed even had a playpen and some large kids toys. More kids toys inside under the stairs (Legos, Lincoln logs, etc) that my kids head fun with. Only one bed (the downstairs room) is really private with a door, which was ok for us but some groups might need to know this. The cabin was only a 5 minute drive to some restaurants and shopping. The pool is not at the property but is a community pool. It takes about 5 minutes to walk to. It was a great experience. Wish we could have stayed longer.

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Amy Draheim

We loved this Portlandia-esque adventure into Corbett, Oregon, staying in a tiny house surrounded by farm animals. From ducks and goats, to peacocks and horses, staying on this farm was an experience unlike any we'd had before. The tiny house was well designed and equipped with everything we needed for our short stay. The owner gave us a tour of the farm and suggestions for dinner in the next town over. The tiny house was cozy, with plenty of pillows and blankets, and a morning rain made sleeping in easy. In the morning, we were blown away by the breakfast we'd opted for -- for around $12 each we were given a spread of eggs, pancakes, sausage, fruit, yogurt, and hot coffee that we joked was bigger than the tiny house. This stay was certainly unique and off-the-beaten path, definitely recommend it for a night to adventurous travelers looking for an alternative to a hotel or traditional vacation rental.

 

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