We are between Smith Rock (20 min) and Prineville (10 min) on the O'Neil Hwy, 45 min from Bend, and 25 min from the Redmond airport. As a part of the oldest community in central Oregon, our property is quiet (last house nestled in the rocks of a residential community). Your stay will be uninterrupted and serene...amazing views all the way around. Parking is under the carport in front of your door. Our main home is up the hill a bit and you shouldn't notice we are even around, if we are.
Quiet and well equipped...
If you are traveling here by auto...you have a parking space just outside of your entrance. Your space/entrance is private...I will provide you a gate code before you arrive.
I am available if you have any questions...happy to help however.
Please note that we are required by Crook County to collect a transient tax. This will amount to $11 the first night and $7 any additional nights. AirBnB will not collect this for us, so we ask that you come prepared to pay this either in cash or by check. So sorry about that!!! In Winter: We have snow removal equipment...and roads should be plowed for access from the O'Neil highway. It does get cold here From Thanksgiving to End of February...Brrrr.
We are looking forward to your stay; please let us know if there is anything we can do to make your stay more comfortable. Hot tub is available until 10:00 PM and ask that you do not take food or drink in or around the hot tub. We provide firewood in the unit for one good fire, if you need more...there is some wood on the side of the building on the left as you head out the door or extra by the outdoor fireplace. Otherwise, if you plan on keeping a fire...Ray's in town sells it by the bundle. Our setting is residential and ask that you match the noise level of your surroundings. Other than that, house rules are to enjoy and bless our space with your good vibes. Out of courtesy, please let us know if you are inviting anyone outside of registered guests onto the property.
Our family relocated from the Bay Area last year. We have fallen in love with Central Oregon. I (Isabelle) travel for work so I am around from time to time. My husband and son are home enjoying the slower pace of life, and many natural attraction the area has to offer (lucky them).