Best Oregon holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Oregon
Extended Stay America - Portland - HillsboroThis Extended Stay America - Portland - Hillsboro is located in Hillsboro and especially designed for longer stays, with all rooms featuring a fully equipped kitchen. The hotel offers free WiFi, grab-and-go breakfast, and a 24-hour front desk.Book now
University Inn and Suites EugeneLocated across from the University of Oregon and and Matthew Knight Arena, this hotel features a heated outdoor pool. Guest rooms at University Inn and Suites Eugene offer cable TV with HBO, free Fiber Optic Internet and WiFi.Book now
Holiday homes in Oregon in Pacific Northwest
Oregon in the Pacific Northwest of the USA is not only one of the largest states in the country, but also one of the most scenic regions in the USA. When staying in an Oregon vacation apartment, you can visit rugged cliffs and breathtaking canyons, explore the vast mountain forests of the U.S. Northwest, or visit the idyllic wine-growing regions of southern Oregon. Find your individual apartment in Oregon now and discover Crater Lake National Park, whose deep blue crater lake you can explore on boat trips or along countless panoramic trails. For example, if you spend your holiday in a holiday apartment in Ashland, you will live less than two hours’ drive from the National Park and also have the Siskiyou Mountains right on your doorstep, one of the most popular hiking and recreation areas in the region. With private accommodation at 9flats, you’ll also get to know everyday life in tranquil Ashland without having to restrict your privacy.
Explore the wild northwest in an individual way: Apartments in Oregon
Oregon, like the rest of Northwest America, is characterized by unparalleled scenic diversity, and an apartment in Oregon is an ideal base from which to visit spectacular natural spectacles such as the Oregon Caves National Monument’s stalactite caves or the colorful rock formations of the Painted Hills in the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. Your private holiday home in Oregon is also close to the state’s cliffs, once covered by vast rainforests and still wild today, and the state’s cliffs are a haven of peace and tranquillity. In between, scattered sandy beaches and tranquil fishing villages invite you to linger, which you can also visit from Portland on a relaxed day trip. Oregon’s capital city provides a surprising contrast to the state’s wild scenery with a variety of shopping, excellent art museums, international cuisine and a sheer endless selection of pubs and bars. Also a holiday apartment in Bend offers you an insight into urban Oregon. You’ll also find the popular Mt. Bachelor ski resort on the edge of the Cascade Mountains, hundreds of miles of world-class mountain bike trails and recreational areas such as Cultus Lake with a wide range of water sports.
Experience Oregon’s unique natural beauties
To this day, Oregon’s breathtaking natural spectacles have been spared from mass tourism, so a holiday home in Oregon will give you an idea of what the wild landscapes of the US Northwest once looked like before they settled. You can get to know Oregon on mountain bike or rafting trips, travel to the Mt. Hood volcano for year-round snowboarding or use your Oregon accommodation for challenging rock climbing tours. But Oregon can also be visited in a more relaxed way from your holiday home in the USA, for example on a train ride from Portland along the Columbia River to Astoria. The small town of Astoria is located at the mouth of the Columbia River into the Pacific Ocean and serves as a starting point for your onward journey to neighboring Washington. For your trips to the most northwestern state of the USA, you can also find private apartments in Seattle, the largest metropolis in the Pacific Northwest 200 kilometers north of Astoria.
Latest reviews for places in Oregon
Great place to stay in Gresham, thanks!!Ron reviewed Serene Space near Columbia Gorge in Hogan