Come stay in a Tiny House getaway in the country half way between Mt. Hood Skiing & Portland Nightlife. You will be surrounded by the natural wonders of farm life, horses, peacocks, goats & friendly cats all here to brighten your stay at Corbett Farm
*** Please Note*** During the winter months (Jan, and Feb) if the temps are expected to drop below freezing the water is shut off in the tiny house. In the off chance that temps are below freezing when you arrive the Tiny House remains cozy and the main farm house is available at your convenience for use of the kitchen and a private bathroom.
The tiny house is a one of a kind design. It is a simple home with a cabin feel. The walls are tongue and groove cedar panelling giving the space a wonderful scent. A sleeping loft with sitting height ceiling (for most) is reached by a ladder to a comfortable Queen size mattress made locally with organic cotton. All sheets and bedding are also organic cotton. The house is insulated with natural wool keeping the house cool in the summer and cozy in the winter months.
Two skylights in the house give you a feeing of being perched in the trees. This particular tree is also a common evening roosting spot for the farms peacock inhabitants. Don't be alarmed if you see one peaking in while you are cooking breakfast.
The small kitchen contains basic amenities. It has a dorm size refrigerator with mini freezer, electric water kettle, toaster, gas stove/oven, and sink. The toilette is a simple bucket composting system and should not smell with proper maintenance. Each guest will be asked to remove their toilet waste from the tiny house upon leaving. This is simple and is not as bad as it may sound. Their will be clear instructions in the house on your arrival.
For your bathing needs a small shower is also inside. The hot water comes from the 10 gal. water tank and takes less than 30min to reheat. All shampoo and soap amenities are provided for your use. If you do decide to use personal soaps please make sure it is biodegradable because the house grey water is used for farm watering.
All house cleaning products are non toxic and biodegradable. Bedding is cleaned with non scented hypoallergenic soaps and air dried.
Zugang für Gäste
Guests have access to the grounds 8.5 acres and the horses, feed the peacocks if you like. WiFi is available in the tiny house. The horses can be hired out at $50. per hour/per horse for trail rides and/or lessons. If you are celebrating a Birthday or an Anniversary please let me know and I can offer a slight discount for you or your partner. All payment is done through Airbnb. Just be sure to let me know if you would like to ride so we can book the time prior to your visit.
Interaktion mit Gästen
Guests are here for the peace and quiet and to do their own thing. Your privacy is respected. Am happy to introduce you to the horses and provide you with a *riding lesson or a trail ride(s), there are plenty of trails and some good views of Mt. Hood from horseback. *The Additional Fee for riding provides care for the horses & supports their use in local volunteer activities. Leann, who built the tiny house is available for tiny house consultations. Rates are 30$ for a half hour, 50$ for an hour. Please let us know about your requests prior to your visit.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Corbett Farm is a place for people who enjoy being around horses and can appreciate the wonders of farm life. There are free range peacocks, goats and plenty of trails for riding or hiking and exploring.
Rule #1 is enjoy your stay. Please don't smoke in the house or barn. Please no pets. Please remove your shoes before entering the house.
Wenn du bis 5 Tage vor deiner Reise stornierst, erhältst du eine vollständige Rückerstattung. Wenn du innerhalb von 5 Tagen vor deiner Reise stornierst, ist die erste Nacht nicht erstattungsfähig, aber die Hälfte der Kosten für die übrigen Nächte wird zurückerstattet.
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I am a Gerontological Social Worker. Horses are my lifestyle rather than my hobby. If you are fond of horses I look forward to introducing you to Mayday, KyKy, & Heathcliff the pony. Let me know if you would like to go riding while you are here and we can make that happen otherwise enjoy the connection to nature.