Guest house on a private, gated estate. One of the most beautiful spots on the McKenzie river, the guest house is short walk from the river (it is not riverside). It's separate from the main house and is 550 square feet. It's perfect for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
Seating and private fishing deck are above the river's edge. 30 min from dtown Eugene
Mini-frig, toaster oven, microwave, and Keurig.
Dishes, silverware, glasses Wi-Fi.
New bed, clean & quiet.
Newly furnished private guest house provides a modern space for our travelers. The guest house is adjacent to the main residence and has it's own parking area. Big screen TV, wi fi keep you connected or if you prefer open the big windows and let the sound of the birds and river in for relaxation! The guest house is located 5 minutes away from the deck & McKenzie riverfront.
Please enjoy the property and it's gardens. Access to the deck above the river has handrails for support. Please do not climb over rocks. No direct access to the river, however we are less that 10 minutes to the launch ramp for kayaks and 15 minutes to Leaburg lake for more water sports and fishing!
We live in the main house and can be available as needed. However we do respect your privacy. The guest house is separate and NOT LOCATED RIVERFRONT. Guest house cottage is a 30 second walk to the McKenzie river.
Leaburg is a small and quiet town located 22 miles east of the Springfield/Eugene area. We are ideally located between the city and the main part of the McKenzie River Trail and Three Sisters Wilderness.
Matt & I love to travel, eat good food, cook from our garden, kayak & breed our wonderful alpacas for their luxurious wool! We are interested in the world around us and love to meet and share our beautiful part of Oregon with other travelers.
Matt is an Ocean activist & loves to take care of returning vets through our Chiropractic office. Robbin works with the Humane Society as well as travels to Chivay Peru every year to work with the Quechua Benefit (a home/school for Quechua children)
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