$350 per night, plus tax
- King Bed
- Two Burner Cooktop, Small Convection Oven, Refrigerator
- Gas Fireplace in Living Room/Kitchen
- Satellite Television
- Slate Shower for Two
- Heated Bathroom Floor
- Wireless Computer Access
With its outstanding patio view to Titus Creek and large picture windows, it is hard to believe this charming cottage really was the former chicken house for the farm. Its open-beamed ceiling and other luxurious details disguise its former life.
A private garden with its own gnarled apple tree greets you on your way to a small, inviting portico entry built around a pair of elegant columns rescued from a 1920’s Portland, Oregon home. A cupola and plentiful windows saturate this cottage with soft, abundant light.
Beautiful recycled hardwood floors are featured throughout.
The modest kitchen has handsome cabinetry handmade of wood salvaged from an old local grain elevator and other restoration projects around the property. The small stove and convection oven are perfect for cooking a romantic dinner for two. On summer days, the best spot for sharing a glass of wine or a meal is your private stone patio, where you can hear Titus Creek meandering below. On cooler evenings, a petite gas fireplace in the living area will invite you.
The jewel-like bathroom has a heated tile floor to warm your toes on a cool morning. The shower is large enough for two and offers double shower heads.
A king bed, adorned with beautiful linens, awaits you when you retire.
We are told that the quiet peacefulness of the place brings pure, restful sleep, and we promise no rooster will crow at the first rays of sun to awaken you from a lazy morning sleep. Time seems to slow down when you are here, so you will have plenty of time to count the many subtle references to the cottage’s namesake beginning the moment you step through the very special front door, salvaged from an old schoolhouse.