Tranquility and relaxation. Close proximity to Dallas Retirement Center for those who have loved ones there and are visiting for one or more days. Free on street parking available. Only 45 minutes from Lincoln City (coast). Only 20 minutes from Western Oregon University for parents visiting their children. Master bedroom with queen bed, full private bath. Laundry on site, full use of kitchen and living room. Wifi , ATM's, hospital, grocery store and Walmart within blocks.
“Sylvia’s space far exceeded expectations and was absolutely perfect for my 12-week stay while working at The Dallas Retirement Village (5 minute walk from Sylvia’s home). Spacious master bedroom, private entrance leading to your bedroom, large private bathroom, beautiful backyard, plenty of storage for clothes/belongings and most importantly a fantastic host. Sylvia is exactly what you are looking for in an Airbnb host, kind, caring, knowledgeable of local attractions and extremely easy-going. Sylvia goes above and beyond to fulfill your needs during your stay in every way possible and is always trying to make you feel at home. Dallas, OR is centrally located to Portland, Salem, the coast and Bend. If you are in need of a space in Dallas, look no further because this is most definitely the place for you! Thanks SO much Sylvia and I will be sure to keep in touch!”
Welcome to Heath Street Guest Suite! A cozy, quiet, and convenient stay in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. We offer privacy! A key is provided by lockbox. It's a perfect apartment get- away with the comforts of home for two people. We purchased our home knowing that the attached apartment would be perfect accommodations for our family and friends. Legally permitted to operate in the city of Dallas, we invite you to be our guest! No pets, no smoking/vaping and no parties, thank you!
“This place is THE reason you choose Airbnb. A perfectly cozy and comfortable little apartment. We slept all through the night and woke up feeling great on our way to the coast. The lockbox with the key was great for us as we got in late and didnt want to wake anyone. If you need a place in the Dallas area you cant do better than this one!”
Come enjoy the beauty of the willamette valley and stay in a one of kind, rustic tiny home, made partially out of cob (a natural building material composed of subsoil, water, and straw). You can head down to the boat launch a block and half away for a river adventure, go wine tasting at the many wineries in the area, or simply enjoy the beautiful gardens and a soak in the hot tub. Check us out on Instagram @buenavistahouse
“The place was more lovely than the pictures! Highly recommended! We stayed 2 nights for our anniversary and it was time well spent. We absolutely loved the decor and stylish thoughtful touches to the house. We brought food to cook meals while we were there and the kitchen had everything we needed, even stocked with coffee and a french press! We also enjoyed finding the deck of cards as well. For us, having a private patio, hottub and cozy outdoor area to hangout in were just what we wanted. The garden areas were lovely to walk around in. We had a few technical issues with the water and electricity during our stay, but the host was quick and responsive to help resolve things which we totally appreciated. Of everything that we loved, we noticed two things that could be improved about the space. 1. The hot tub is kinda exposed on one side to the neighboring microfarm garden area and driveway. Make sure to bring your swimsuit if you might be shy about being nude in the hottub in front of the neighbors. Seems like a small privacy wall on that side of the deck, or the partial privacy fence thats there could be expanded. 2. There is a really cute two person table by a tiny drainage creek directly in front of the patio area that was nice for an afternoon snack and mimosa. But its just beside a giant compost bin for landscaping debris. Seems like this compost area could be moved elsewhere to be out of view from the patio and make that creekside table more appealing. Neither of these were deal breakers though. We still loved the place.”