Hood River Area

Point Lyle

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 7 guests

Why We Love It

- 3 Bedroom - 2 queen rooms and a twin over full
- 2 Bathroom
- TV is located in living room. SMART TV 
-Wifi - 40mbs - fastest service available in the area
-washer-dryer
-BBQ
-Central AC and heat
-Home pod speaker in living room.  ONLY compatible if guest has Apple iphone/ipad/imac - Anything Apple only
-NO pets
- Pellet Stove installed 2/2024 - not to be used as main source of heat - only to be enjoyed during waking hours - should be turned off when guests are not home and when they go to bed.
 

Description

Point Lyle House with Gorge-ous views from every window and the oversized deck! Bike or hike the Klickitat Canyon Trail from blocks away. Or hike the spectacular Lyle Cherry Orchard trail. Award-winning wineries within minutes. What’s not to love about spending time in the dry side of the Gorge? Just fifteen minutes past Hood River and White Salmon and still in the heart of it all. Our newly renovated house is a base of operations for all the Gorge has to offer and is perfect for just relaxing, or your next work-cation. You’ll leave refreshed and inspired!
The space
With wrap-around views, a comfortable interior, and spacious deck, this Lyle vacation home is perfect for your next getaway!

Just fifteen minutes’ drive from Hood River, this home is convenient for heading into town as well as enjoying the great outdoors. The Columbia River Gorge has so much to offer for those looking to get outside and is a wonderful place to visit no matter what time of year.

The living room is relaxed with a cozy sectional couch, 180-degree views, and tons of natural light. A cozy addition to the living room is a pellet stove for extra ambiance for those chilly nights. There are six spots at the dining table, and any cook will appreciate the newly renovated, fully stocked kitchen and dishwasher. Outside on the deck there's a gas grill where you can make burgers, along with a table and chairs, and some spots for relaxing under the stars.

The primary bedroom has a queen-size bed, newly renovated private bathroom, and deck where you can watch the sun rise over the Columbia River.

Down the hall you'll find another newly renovated bathroom and a bedroom with a queen-size bed. And there's a third bedroom that's perfect for kids with a full-twin bunk bed.

With a private washer/dryer, you'll have all the comforts of home at hand.

This place is perfect for a family or group of friends to rent out together. It's a great launchpad for any outdoor adventurers thanks to its proximity to the mountains, plus the Columbia River is famous for its windsurfing and kite boarding options!

And this home is powered by solar energy! In this sunny spot, the solar panels on the roof generate enough energy to power the house, so you are reducing your carbon footprint while you enjoy your stay. The home has a NEW pellet stove for added ambiance and warmth on a chilly night or day.  Note: this is note the main source of heat for the house.

The WIFI speed is 40mbps in case you need to connect for a video call too.

There's so much to love about this lovely Columbia Gorge rental home!
 
Guest access
You'll have the run of the place. A full house with 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a robust living space with views. Oh, and a deck that feels like it's about an acre.
 
Other things to note:
Smart TV in living room

We have the fastest WIFI available in the area- it's 40mpbs.

There are also a set of steep stairs to the entrance of the property. For those who may be mobility challenged - you can park behind the house and access the house at ground level only a few steps into house.

No Pets!
 
 
 
THINGS TO DO
 
Dining
 
If you’re hunting for a good cup of coffee to kick-start your adventures, we love the bulletproof coffee at Uplifted in Bingen (a cute little drive-through coffee stand).
 
The White Salmon Bakery makes delicious breakfast sandwiches, tasty pastries, and fantastic bread. They also have a lunch menu with lots of sandwich options- this is a good spot to pick up some food for a winery picnic. You can also find locally sourced picnic supplies at Feast Market & Deli in White Salmon.
 
For an old-fashioned diner breakfast, we like the Country Café in Lyle. The bacon is especially good.
 
Everybody’s Brewing in White Salmon is our favorite spot for lunch or dinner- the food is good and so is the beer. The nachos and burrito bowls are delicious, and we also like the gyro sandwich. It can get a little crowded, but if you go early there’s usually less of a wait.
 
Wineries
 
Domaine Pouillon has excellent wine, and their friendly staff will make you feel right at home. They also have a delicious cheese plate to accompany your tasting.
 
We love to pack a picnic and spend an afternoon in the gardens at Syncline winery. They have lawn games, hammocks, and beautiful scenery.
 
And it’s worth going to Cor Cellars just to see their gorgeous tasting room, with sneaky views of Mt. Hood on clear days (the wine is good too!)
 
Hiking
 
There are so many great hikes in the area! Our favorite hike is the Arch Loop at Catherine Creek. The spring wildflowers are a treat, but no matter the season you’ll get great views of Mt. Hood and the Columbia River. Watch out for poison oak near the creek.
 
For an easier stroll, check out the Klickitat Trail. It starts just a few blocks from the house, and travels 31 miles along an old rail line. The best views start from the Fisher Hill Bridge about a mile up the trail, where you walk right next to the wild and scenic river. In January and February, this is prime bald eagle territory, and if you go out just before sunset, you can see dozens of eagles flying in to roost for the night.
 
And if you’re looking for a challenge, the Lyle Cherry Orchard trail delivers a serious climb, with views to match. This is a strenuous hike, so make sure you’re prepared (and watch out for poison oak and ticks). The views are worth it all though!
 
Beaches
 
Doug’s Beach is a world-class kite-surfing destination, but on calm days it’s one of the best secret spots to find some shade and go for a swim in the Columbia River. It’s usually not too crowded, and there are a few picnic tables right on the beach.
 
We also like to take our kids to wade in Horsethief Lake during the summer months- it can get a little crowded in the late afternoons, but it’s a good spot (and you can rent stand up paddleboards there).
 
Shopping
 
It’s always fun to take a spin through Antiques & Oddities in Bingen. They have a super eclectic mix of stuff to browse, so you never know what you might find.

 

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Free WiFi
Mountain View
River View
BBQ
Off Street Parking
Washer and Dryer
Smart TV

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Point Lyle House with Gorge-ous views from every window and the oversized deck! Bike or hike the Klickitat Canyon Trail from blocks away. Or hike the spectacular Lyle Cherry Orchard trail. Award-winning wineries within minutes. What’s not to love about spending time in the dry side of the Gorge? Just fifteen minutes past Hood River and White Salmon and still in the heart of it all. Our newly renovated house is a base of operations for all the Gorge has to offer and is perfect for just relaxing, or your next work-cation. You’ll leave refreshed and inspired!
The space
With wrap-around views, a comfortable interior, and spacious deck, this Lyle vacation home is perfect for your next getaway!

Just fifteen minutes’ drive from Hood River, this home is convenient for heading into town as well as enjoying the great outdoors. The Columbia River Gorge has so much to offer for those looking to get outside and is a wonderful place to visit no matter what time of year.

The living room is relaxed with a cozy sectional couch, 180-degree views, and tons of natural light. A cozy addition to the living room is a pellet stove for extra ambiance for those chilly nights. There are six spots at the dining table, and any cook will appreciate the newly renovated, fully stocked kitchen and dishwasher. Outside on the deck there's a gas grill where you can make burgers, along with a table and chairs, and some spots for relaxing under the stars.

The primary bedroom has a queen-size bed, newly renovated private bathroom, and deck where you can watch the sun rise over the Columbia River.

Down the hall you'll find another newly renovated bathroom and a bedroom with a queen-size bed. And there's a third bedroom that's perfect for kids with a full-twin bunk bed.

With a private washer/dryer, you'll have all the comforts of home at hand.

This place is perfect for a family or group of friends to rent out together. It's a great launchpad for any outdoor adventurers thanks to its proximity to the mountains, plus the Columbia River is famous for its windsurfing and kite boarding options!

And this home is powered by solar energy! In this sunny spot, the solar panels on the roof generate enough energy to power the house, so you are reducing your carbon footprint while you enjoy your stay. The home has a NEW pellet stove for added ambiance and warmth on a chilly night or day.  Note: this is note the main source of heat for the house.

The WIFI speed is 40mbps in case you need to connect for a video call too.

There's so much to love about this lovely Columbia Gorge rental home!
 
Guest access
You'll have the run of the place. A full house with 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a robust living space with views. Oh, and a deck that feels like it's about an acre.
 
Other things to note:
Smart TV in living room

We have the fastest WIFI available in the area- it's 40mpbs.

There are also a set of steep stairs to the entrance of the property. For those who may be mobility challenged - you can park behind the house and access the house at ground level only a few steps into house.

No Pets!
 
 
 
THINGS TO DO
 
Dining
 
If you’re hunting for a good cup of coffee to kick-start your adventures, we love the bulletproof coffee at Uplifted in Bingen (a cute little drive-through coffee stand).
 
The White Salmon Bakery makes delicious breakfast sandwiches, tasty pastries, and fantastic bread. They also have a lunch menu with lots of sandwich options- this is a good spot to pick up some food for a winery picnic. You can also find locally sourced picnic supplies at Feast Market & Deli in White Salmon.
 
For an old-fashioned diner breakfast, we like the Country Café in Lyle. The bacon is especially good.
 
Everybody’s Brewing in White Salmon is our favorite spot for lunch or dinner- the food is good and so is the beer. The nachos and burrito bowls are delicious, and we also like the gyro sandwich. It can get a little crowded, but if you go early there’s usually less of a wait.
 
Wineries
 
Domaine Pouillon has excellent wine, and their friendly staff will make you feel right at home. They also have a delicious cheese plate to accompany your tasting.
 
We love to pack a picnic and spend an afternoon in the gardens at Syncline winery. They have lawn games, hammocks, and beautiful scenery.
 
And it’s worth going to Cor Cellars just to see their gorgeous tasting room, with sneaky views of Mt. Hood on clear days (the wine is good too!)
 
Hiking
 
There are so many great hikes in the area! Our favorite hike is the Arch Loop at Catherine Creek. The spring wildflowers are a treat, but no matter the season you’ll get great views of Mt. Hood and the Columbia River. Watch out for poison oak near the creek.
 
For an easier stroll, check out the Klickitat Trail. It starts just a few blocks from the house, and travels 31 miles along an old rail line. The best views start from the Fisher Hill Bridge about a mile up the trail, where you walk right next to the wild and scenic river. In January and February, this is prime bald eagle territory, and if you go out just before sunset, you can see dozens of eagles flying in to roost for the night.
 
And if you’re looking for a challenge, the Lyle Cherry Orchard trail delivers a serious climb, with views to match. This is a strenuous hike, so make sure you’re prepared (and watch out for poison oak and ticks). The views are worth it all though!
 
Beaches
 
Doug’s Beach is a world-class kite-surfing destination, but on calm days it’s one of the best secret spots to find some shade and go for a swim in the Columbia River. It’s usually not too crowded, and there are a few picnic tables right on the beach.
 
We also like to take our kids to wade in Horsethief Lake during the summer months- it can get a little crowded in the late afternoons, but it’s a good spot (and you can rent stand up paddleboards there).
 
Shopping
 
It’s always fun to take a spin through Antiques & Oddities in Bingen. They have a super eclectic mix of stuff to browse, so you never know what you might find.

 

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Free WiFi
Mountain View
River View
BBQ
Off Street Parking
Washer and Dryer
Smart TV
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