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The Bali Room is one of two spacious bedrooms (each 11' x 17') in the Guest Wing with access to the den, and a private bathroom. Wing is a new addition to a 1925 shingled bungalow with abundant light, green outlooks, French doors, and balconies. Preference will be given to two night minimum reservations on the weekends during the summer months.
This beautifully remodeled home blends Craftsman qualities with modern amenities. Guests enter through the kitchen and the guest wing is located nine steps upstairs. The house floorplan affords privacy, relaxation, and comfortable spaciousness. Two bedrooms are available, both with queen size mattresses. The Beaver Room presents a Pacific Northwest decor, and the Bali Room is outfitted from the hosts' travel in Indonesia, including a batik bedspread purchased directly off the artist's clothesline in rural Bali. One bathroom is a combo bath and shower upstairs and the second shower-only bathroom is on the kitchen level. Guests have exclusive use of the bathrooms, plus robes for accessing the bathrooms..
Zugang für Gäste
Guests' access includes their bedroom and bathroom exclusively. The adjacent den/workspace is shared if the second bedroom is occupied. There is a refrigerator and a microwave in the guest area. Coffee or tea can be provided in the morning, per guest's preference.
Interaktion mit Gästen
The hosts are recently transplanted from California to the Portland area, and are eager to discover and share new favorite places. Interaction is welcome, as the guests wish. We are happy to share interests in travel, the arts, sports, and world events. Our adult children live in New York and Paris, and help broaden our horizons.
This is a residential area with mature trees and landscaping that provides screening to the handsome houses tucked behind hedges. We are in the highly desirable West Slope neighborhood which spans western Portland and eastern Beaverton, 6 miles west of downtown Portland. Although there is retail on Canyon Road, the lack of sidewalks is a drawback for strolling along Walker Road. If you arrive by car, you'll find the house conveniently located between the western suburbs and downtown Portland. We are a straight shot about 10 minutes by car to the Nike and Intel campuses.
The house is situated on the eastern end of Walker Road between Canyon Road and Route 217, just a few minutes from the freeway. Located 6 miles west of downtown Portland, usually takes a 12-15 minutes drive on Route 26 or SW Barnes Road. For public transit, the house is close to the MAX Light Rail Sunset Transit Center; the Red Line runs directly to the airport. Pickups and drop offs at MAX can be arranged.
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A playful two year old dog is part of the household. Ravi is a Coton, a 13 pound neutered male. He takes his self-appointed role as guardian of the house seriously, and barks when people arrive. Dogs and their families are warmly welcomed, and please anticipate a friendly, yet noisy wag-n-sniff time. We are located down a short private driveway off Walker Road. The yard is not fenced, and due to proximity to the road, it's safest to keep dogs leashed.
Non-smokers only, please. Contact hosts to discuss your dog and get prior-approval. Dogs can not occupy the room without the owner present. There is a $10 per night doggie HOA fee. Due to allergies, cats cannot be accepted. Upon request, space in the refrigerator will be made available, however we do not share cooking facilities.
Wenn du bis zu 5 Tage vor deinem Aufenthalt stornierst, erhältst du eine volle Rückerstattung, inklusive Service-Gebühren.
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Linda's currently works for the Portland dance presenter, White Bird. Her career has been devoted to the arts as a curator and fundraiser for UCLA School of Arts and Architecture, UC Berkeley Cal Performances, San Francisco Ballet, and San Jose Museum of Art. Linda had an art consulting business in San Francisco for a dozen years, acquired art, and produced exhibitions for Marin County, Transamerica and Chevron. Jon's career focused on transportation and planning. Rising to political challenges over seven years, he chaired the Freeway Removal Committee, which ultimately reconnected and renewed San Francisco's waterfront. We joined forces on the Fine Arts Guidelines Committee that created the Per Cent for Public Art Program. We love to travel and enjoy people, the arts and culture of other places. Linda, Jon and Ravi have lived in Portland OR since June 2015.