Perched above the Deschutes River, this 1,195 sq ft rental has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths and features spectacular canyon and river views. The property is appointed with cozy mountain furnishings and state of the art audio-visual equip (three ‘4K’ high definition televisions).
When you’re ready to unwind after a day recreating in Bend Oregon… just step out on the deck and relax. Sink into the comfortable deck chairs and take in the views and sounds of the Deschutes River… or slip into the new (2014) HotSprings tub.
Mt Bachelor Village Resort is peaceful and private. Enjoy the serene sunrise and sunsets from the property’s large picture windows, or relax in the sky-chair. There’s plenty of wildlife watching. Stealthy bobcat have been seen in the rocks below, but you will more likely see trout in the river eluding the fishermen, or red-tail hawks and eagles soaring above.
Want to invite your family or guests for night or two? The master bed and bath can be locked-off from the 1-bed, 1-bath studio, which has a separate outside entrance and is fully self-contained with its own heat/air system and fridge. You can unlock and open the interior double doors for free/easy access to the entire condo… or lock-off the studio to ensure maximum privacy.
You can rent the full 2/2 condo (1,195 sq ft) or you have the option of renting the master suite only (820 sq ft) for a modest discount. The property will be available for rent beginning June 1, 2015. For more info on rates and lease options, go to Booking & Rates
- 2-beds (King in master, Queen in studio) 2-baths
- Washer and dryer in the master suite bathroom
- Dining with seating for 6
- Breakfast bar with seating for 2
- Deck has a sky-chair and two cushioned rockers
- 2014 HotSpings NXT Jetsetter Spa – Hottub
- Dish Network Satellite TV — HDTV in 3 rooms + 3 Bluray/DVD players
- Free WiFi via Bend-Broadband
Please visit the AV Equipment page for info on home-office, TVs, Bluray/DVD players, and computer set-up and use options.
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Note: photo above taken by owner on Deschutes River Trail looking strait up at the property (click to enlarge)