You actually have a choice of the Lodge, River Cabins, or the Family Cabin when you book Loloma so look around and choose accordingly. Located an hour and a half from Bend, McKenzie Bridge is in the thick of the Willamette National Forest. The Lodge was built in the 1930s and is seriously stunning with hand hewn logs and obvious craftsmanship. There are four riverfront cabins, all built in the 60s, and they're a little cozier but still stocked with amenities. The Family Cabin is a small log home built in 1927 and it's stupid cute. Grab a coffee and we'll meet you on the porch.
Located in Hood River, this modern A-Frame situated on over 2 acres has double mountain views -Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams - but is only minutes from downtown. You'll fall for the vaulted ceilings and thoughtful design touches and if you bring the kids they'll definitely fall for the indoor & outdoor play areas. A great spot to get away from it all with the whole family. Put on a record and curl up by the fireplace - don't need much more than that!
Located in Northeast Oregon, next to Hells Canyon and in the Wallowa County, Joseph, Oregon is one of the coolest places out there. The revived and renovated hotel features 11 rooms, all decorated by different designers, a beautiful common area kitchen and library, plus the best sauna in town. There's not enough room to say all the good stuff we want about The Jennings so we'll leave it at: you won't be the same after you visit. Be sure to check out the lake nearby and don't forget to pick up Pam Royes book Temperance Creek before your trip.
This hand built log cabin is nestled in the pines next to Tumalo Creek and feels super secluded but is only 9 miles from downtown Bend. Hiking and mountain biking trails are literally right outside your door - make sure the hike up to Tumalo Falls is on the top of your list! You most likely won't get cell service (a landline is there if you need it) so do your best to relax and soak up all that this rustic spot has to offer.
Sandy, OR is about halfway between Portland and Mt. Hood National Forest. Exceptionally easy to get to, this five acre property is densely wooded, has a hot tub on the porch, and might make you wonder if you should ever go back to real life. Good for groups up to 6, so gather some friends and camp out around the wood stove all weekend. You'll have limited cell service so try to go with it and unplug a bit. This spot is designed with a bit of midcentury meets Scandinavian intention, so it's modern and rustic all at once.
A trip to Beija Flor will take you to the Northern Oregon coast where you'll find a mid century inspired cabin tucked away in a picturesque ocean cove. There's so much to do here you won't know where to start - a nap in the hammock, a glass of wine by the wood stove, surfing up the beach, a hike on the nearby Pacific Crest Trail. With no wifi or cell service and only 1 bedroom, this cabin is a great place for a quiet solo retreat or a romantic getaway.