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The Serenity Room sleeps 1-2 people in a comfortable queen size bed. Features of this room include lovely windows (with shades and heavy drapes), central A/C, guest's own vanity in shared bathroom, and access to living, dining and kitchen spaces.
Named for it's location at the confluence of the Mohawk and McKenzie Rivers, the farmhouse at Two Rivers Farm invites travelers to relax in comfortable, quiet luxury. The farmhouse is decorated with an eclectic and beautiful mix of textiles, art and furnishings collected on the owners' travels.
The Serenity and Heart rooms share a spacious bathroom with separate vanities and a walk-in closet, while the Sunrise master suite features a private bath (and heavy drapes, should you prefer to sleep in.)
Simple, home-made continental-style breakfasts are served each morning. Most dietary needs and restrictions are happily accommodated.
Whether you are an individual traveling on business, a college student with family in tow, a writer on retreat, biking Oregon's scenic routes, attending a wedding, or simply want to explore this beautiful corner of Oregon, Two Rivers Farm invites you to call our space home.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Guests have welcome access to:
Our spacious kitchen, including stove, ovens, refrigerator, pantry, and dishwasher
Dining space, including two indoor and two outdoor seating areas
Gardens and two decks
Comfortable living areas, including a television with DirecTV and BluRay DVD player
Washer & Dryer
Workout space and gear -- exercise ball, light free weights and yoga mats
Atención a los huéspedes
As live-in caretaker of the farmhouse, I am available to answer guests' questions, provide directions and parking know-how, and give recommendations for restaurants, activities, and shopping. Raised in the hospitality industry, I have a finely-tuned sense of respecting folks' privacy while remaining available to provide necessary information and any needed assistance.
Unwind with a stroll on our well-maintained paths along the McKenzie, or have a dip in the Mohawk. Watch the osprey fish and the barn swallows dive at dusk. Once arrived to this lovely spot in the Mohawk Valley, guests comment on how "away from it all" they feel, yet our location is an easy 10-15 minute zip to the heart of downtown Eugene; University of Oregon, Saturday Market, Autzen Stadium, Hayward Field, Hult Center, 5th Street Market, Eugene Library, grocery stores, yoga studios, coffee shops, Coburg Road businesses and shopping, the Whitaker brewery district and the delicious restaurant offerings of Eugene's food scene. A hop-skip-jump to Main Street Springfield, RiverBend/PeaceHealth and Thurston, Two Rivers is also convenient to outdoor attractions further up the McKenzie River, the town of Marcola, local wineries and area venues such as Tipi Village.
Two Rivers is located on the McKenzie View Loop, one of Oregon's scenic road bike routes. Via a combination of streets and bike greenways, we are (roughly) a 40-50 minute bike ride to downtown. Biking at night on dark country roads is not recommended, however. Otherwise, guests must arrange for a car.
Otros aspectos destacables
Two Rivers is a working farm, and you might meet some of our farmers as they attend to necessary business in the kitchen/dining/garden areas of the house. Overall, we are an unobtrusive, friendly bunch, and enjoy welcoming people to this beautiful, peaceful place.
We are a (supervised) child-friendly home, and welcome all ages to enjoy this space.
Our guests enjoy Two Rivers as a place of quiet respite, so we ask that the serenity factor be respected.
We are a smoke-free environment.
When preparing meals in the kitchen, please clean everything you use appropriately.
Keep the common living areas tidy.
Because this is a working farm with livestock, we cannot allow pets.
Puedes cancelar hasta 24 horas antes del viaje y recibir un reembolso completo, incluidas las tarifas de servicio.
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I'm the caretaker of the farmhouse at Two Rivers Farm, writer, event producer, nature-lover, yogi, local-economy builder and traveler. I was raised on Maui, working in my family's small business in the hospitality industry and I love making the acquaintance of people from all over and all walks of life. I work to maintain an impeccably clean, inviting space for guests at Two Rivers and, when asked, enjoy offering ideas for enjoying the beauty, food, wine and cultural offerings of this part of Oregon.