Quiet Room in SW Portland

Portland, OR, United States
Booked 26 times
- 21 reviews
Joe's place
  • Private room
  • 2

  • 1

  • 2

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About the place

Bright and clean corner room in quiet Southwest Portland neighborhood. Clothing optional. Queen bed that can sleep two and access to bathroom with shower and tub. Four affectionate kitties to keep you company. A hot tub to help you relax at the end of the day. A quick car ride to Multnomah Village, Hillsdale, and PCC; and 10-15 minutes to downtown P...

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Sleeping set-up

#1 Bedroom
1 Queen Bed


  • Kitchen
  • Parking
  • Dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Family/kids friendly
  • Hot tub
  • TV
  • Washer
  • Wi-Fi
  • Hair dryer
  • Pet owner
  • Iron
  • Clothing optional accepted
  • Elevator
  • Handicap accessible
  • Doorman
  • Pets allowed
  • Breakfast included
  • Essentials
  • Gym
  • Pool
  • Smoking allowed

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About the host

Property rules & conditions

- We have four kitties that are very friendly as long as it’s on their terms.
- We do have a tenant downstairs below your room, so please be respectful about noise after 10PM.
- Please no additional guests during your stay.
- We often watch TV in ...

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from 3pm to 10pm
before 10am
Extra per guest:
$59 per night after 1 guest(s)
Minimum stay:
1 night
Cancellation policy: Strict cancellation policy means: 70% refund up to 14 days before confirmed arrival date, then 30% up to 1 day prior to the confirmed check-in date. In both cases, the refund excludes misterb&b Service Fees paid by the guest and by the host. If the stay is interrupted, the guest will have no right to receive a refund.
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Nearby attractions

Multnomah Village, Hillsdale, PCC, downtown Portland

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