Minutes from Mt. Tabor Park and the vibrant "Foodie" world found on Division Street, artsy Hawthorne Street, 20 minutes to downtown. Relax after exploring PDX culture & discovering our outdoors wonders.
Private bedroom, bath and breakfast nook.
Recently remodeled basement bedroom with egress window and private nook, which includes a refrigerator, microwave, and sink. Bedroom is decorated with my Alaska art. Private bathroom on same level as bedroom.
The downstairs has a comfortable common family room with gas fireplace, your bedroom, bathroom and laundry.
Met City of Portland permit safety requirements
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to a their private nook which includes a sink, personal refrigerator, and microwave. These are necessary for those delicious left overs from your restaurant discoveries. Coffee and tea are provided. Guests may relax in the shared family, living and dining rooms, limited access to the kitchen-let me know if you need access to the stove. I have a small kitchen. On nice weather, guests may relax in the my landscaped back yard-secluded and quite. Guests may use the laundry facilities too.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
This depends on the guests preference and my schedule. I am here if you have questions or have time for some conversation.
I love Portland so ask me questions!
I am enthusiastic about the fine dining, arts, hiking and the dancing scene in Portland; I'm quite knowledgeable on Portland culture. Love to be a resource to enhance your Portland visit. (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
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-Person who makes the reservation is verified; therefore, must be the guest staying for the entire reservation period
-Shoes must be removed indoors
-No smoking or drug use
-No unapproved guests
-No pets inside the home or in the front or backyard
-Fires are not permitted in the upstairs fireplace
-The gas fireplace in the downstairs maybe used with guidance
-Please maintain quiet hours from 10pm-8am
-Please review the house guide to learn about amenities and information including wireless info and checkout procedure
I love travel, good food, wine, dancing and living in the moment. Travel allows me to gain sense of place for the people who live there, both today and in the past. Hiking in natural environment of the host country’s special places are usually the first draw to the places I visit. Exploring food and drink of my host country is high on my activity list. Discovering the Latin dance venues of my host country is recent interest of mine.
I am host because I enjoy hearing the stories of other travelers. I worked as a naturalist and tour guide in Alaska for several years. I met people from around the world and I miss those conversations. I want to hear your travel stories.
Airbnb offers more authentic travel experiences, and I want to help my guests find the special places, food or events that make travels to Portland a memorable highlight of their trip.
In the past, I traveled staying at boutique hotels, but Airbnb will be part of my next trip. My hope is that becoming a host will allow me to be world traveler and citizen in my next trip.