RE: Vintage glamping with a modern twist!
I absolutely love this place! While I don't live far, I work from home and sometimes, I just need a quiet place to relax and do some uninterrupted work. This is their off season, which is even quieter! I have stayed a handful of times. I LOVE tiny living and glamping, so if you are a bit claustrophobic, probably not your best bet. The trailers are old, and vintage, but renovated, tasteful, have all your basic creature comforts, are clean. I most recently stayed in the Couples Neutron, since it has the amazing soaking tub in it. Bliss! Bring your favorite bubbles (and bathtub bubbles..). The only problem I had the first night was oddly, lukewarm water, but called the office and they came out within minutes to troubleshoot (had hot water a few hours later and through the rest of my stay). I think the only odd thing about this particular trailer is, with a big bath like that, that is A LOT of moisture to try to get rid of. The ceiling unit wasn't super effective, and the windows were constantly foggy and wet. It was also pouring outside, which didn't help. Having at least a spare fan to turn on in the trailer would have been helpful. Couldn't open the windows. The location is awesome, as it is right in the Willamette Valley/Wine country! They also have a cute little gift shop in their lobby/check-in area. I have yet to check out the clubhouse, pool, and firepit as I have only stayed off season. If you want a hotel experience, this isn't it. If you want different, minimal, kitchy, nostalgic, cozy...definitely try them out. Their staff was always kind, pleasant, and helpful. Highly recommend. Will be back! :)