Cute & Cozy Apartment in the Forest! Our 800 sq ft 1bed/1bath daylight basement apartment has it's own entrance, spacious living room w/ fold-out sofa, private balcony and deck, plus a quaint kitchenette. A perfectly peaceful retreat, nestled in the forest yet close to the city.
Located in a quiet neighborhood, close to Woods Memorial Park great for laid back hikes. Just a 3 minute drive to popular Multnomah Village; 12 minutes from Downtown Portland; less than 10 minutes from Lake Oswego.
Owl Creek Retreat is a special, curated space tucked into the forest of SW Portland. This cozy daylight basement apartment is quiet, clean and relaxing - you'll be surrounded by giant Pine and Cedar trees, creating the perfect spot to kick back after a day spent hiking through Multnomah Falls, exploring the vibrant city, or catching up with friends and family nearby. Most mornings and nights, you'll hear a "hoot" or two from our Owls sitting in the tall trees all around you. Enjoy local coffee, complimentary house slippers and robes for chilly evenings, and the coziest bed you've ever slept in. We look forward to having you.
You have private access to the entire basement apartment during your stay.
Interaction with guests
We live in the main house but it is separate from your private apartment space. We are available should you need anything during your stay - but we are quiet and respectful of your time here. We know Portland and surrounding areas very well and can offer recommendations for anything your heart desires.
Other things to note
Please be aware the apartment does NOT have:
- Please be respectful of us and our neighbors - this is an apartment in our home so remember that quiet hours start at 10pm-6am.
- There is parking on the street - do not park in the driveway
We love to travel in our spare time and we're always looking for our next adventure - whether it's a 4 hour day trip across the state or a full on vacation out of the country. Born in Portland, Oregon and Lyon, France, we appreciate both small town charm and chill, as well as the eclectic energy of international hotspots.