Nothing says relaxation like this Mount Hood, Oregon, two-level A-frame cabin with balcony and close to golf and Mount Hood skiing. The 1,113 square foot one-bedroom cabin sleeps up to 6 people with 1 bathroom and a kitchen/living room space and outdoor patio. The Ironwood Cabin is a unique home base near Mt. Hood, this charming A-frame cabin boasts a cozy, classically decorated interior, and offers both WiFi and cable TV.
The A-Frame cabin is set on the main road, just steps away from the popular Resort at the Mountain, with golf at The Courses, and restaurants like Mallards and Altitude. For skiing, Mount Hood Ski Bowl is only 17 miles from your door, and in summer, you can be kayaking on Trillium Lake in the same amount of time. The living room has a couple of sofas for relaxing, as well as a TV with cable and a DVD player. In the fully stocked kitchen, you'll have all the major appliances, including a dishwasher, as well as a dining table and a kitchen table for your serving your feasts. Outside on the deck, there's a grill for cook-outs, as well as outdoor seating for an alfresco meal on a cool summer night.
At night, there's one bedroom with a queen-sized bed with deck access, and up in the loft, there's another queen bed, and a twin trundle bed, allowing up to eight guests to sleep comfortably here. The full bathroom is downstairs, and you'll also have a washer and dryer, a poker set, and three TVs. And from this ideal location, you can easily play a game of golf, visit the Resort at the Mountain's spa, or head out to one of the many trailheads nearby.
Plan a cozy Mount Hood getaway to this historic Welches A-frame cabin building. Whether you visit ski, hike, fish, or bike, you'll love returning to this charming cabin in the woods. There are 2 vehicles parking maximum. Mt. Hood, Oregon Territory is located just southeast of Portland and is home to Mount Hood, Willamette Falls, and plenty of activities to enjoy throughout the year. The following are just a couple of things to try during your Mount Hood vacation stay.
Visit the Swan Island Dahlia Farm. If you aren’t able to make it to Oregon in time for the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in spring, don’t be disappointed as the Swan Island Dahlia Farm is open in the fall. This beautiful 35-acre field of colorful dahlias is available for strolling during the entire months of August and September, dusk ’til dawn, so if you plan your visit during the dahlia season you'll want to stop by.
Rent a Canoe at Trillium Lake. For the most scenic view of Mt. Hood, you can rent a canoe and spend some time on Trillium Lake. With dense conifer forest and crystal clear reflections of Mt. Hood on the lake’s surface, this is a nature photographer’s dream. And, with no motorized boating, Trillium Lake is the perfect place to take in the natural tranquil beauty of Mt. Hood National Forest.
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