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Treesort: You can't call this your everyday B&B
We stayed in the Peacock unit and paid about $100 inc taxes and breakfast and a Tshirt with a design of the actual tree house you stay in on it. There are many treehouses of various shapes, sizes and elevations. They range from primitive to fairly elaborate. All are nice though. Most have some plumbing inside but none have showers. There is a seperate shower building which is not in a tree. Breakfast is in the main house which is also grounded. It was ok with a fair amount of variety. Dogs were permitted. There is a huge campfire ring and guests often congregate around it in the evenings. This is on a mini ranch environment and there were numerous animals around. Numerous more treehouses were under construction the summer we were there. There was a creek that was dammed to form a pool for swimming. Oregon Caves National Monument is nearby, a very easy daytrip.
Well, duhhhh...kinda obvious, no?
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Oregon Cave Chatue': Soutern Oregon's Best
The Oregon Cave Has the best & most beatiful natural setting, undergroud cave tour & the inn has two restraunts and the best moutain view ever. A true back to nature experience with luxury!
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