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Grants Pass, Oregon, United States  (# 35935)
 Home Suite Home ~ Family and Pet Friendly
  VacationsFRBO Grants Pass Vacation Rentals Property ID 35935 Home Suite Home  

Major City: Medford
Distance: 20-30 mi

Type:   House
Area: Close to Water

Bedrooms: 3
Sleeps: 8
Baths: 2
Size: 1500 Sq Ft

Internet: No
Pets OK: Yes
Pool: No
Spa: No

Calendar: No
Exchange: No
For Sale: No
Credit Cards: Yes

 
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Name: Tina

Phone: 541-660-5673

Languages: English

Personal Website: http://www.GrantsPassVacationRentals.com

VacationsFRBO Listing Since: 2008-11-12

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This home is centrally located to all the wonderful attractions of
Southern Oregon, this charming 3 bedroom/2 bath vacation rental
located in Grants Pass offers all the comforts of home…and then some.
This home is family and pet friendly.
Home Suite Home delivers so many extras you'll never want to stay in a
hotel again. Just outside of downtown Grants Pass and only one mile to
the famous Rogue River, you'll love the convenient location.



 

     Amenities 


* Full Kitchen
* King size bed, queen size bed and 2 sets of bunks
* Sleeps 8
* All linens provided
* Washer/Dryer
* Fridge with in-door water and ice maker
* T.V. in every bedroom and the living room
* Cable
* 2 bathrooms, one with a shower/tub the other with a walk in shower
* Gas Bar-B-Q
* AC
* Wifi Wireless high-speed internet
* Unlimited Long Distance and Local phone calls (VOIP)
* PlayStation 2 with several games
* Foosball
* Games
* Books of many kinds
* Movies of many kinds
* Fenced Yard
* Nautilus exercise equipment
* Highchair, stroller and playpen
* Family and Pet Friendly



 

     Attractions 


* Amazing May Five weeks of celebrations usher in the beginning of
summer to this great Northwest community of Grants Pass. Be sure to
check on all the available events and activities.
* Antique shops Grants Pass has over 25 antique and collectible
shops. Maps with listings of the items carried are available from the
Grants Pass Area Association of Antique Dealers, 220 SW 6th, Grants
Pass, OR 97526. Or call the Grants Pass Visitor Information Center at
(800) 547-5927.
* Art Along The Rogue The City of Grants Pass celebrates Art Along
the Rogue in October. The annual music and street painting event takes
place in downtown Grants Pass on “H” Street. This event is provided to
the community at no charge, and hundreds of people joined us last year
for a weekend of fun, music and art in downtown Grants Pass, Oregon.
* Art galleries The Grants Pass Museum of Art, the city's primary
resource for exhibitions and collections of fine art for more than 24
years. Located in the heart of the historic old town, the galleries
offer opportunities for learning, introspection and connection with
cultures from around the world.
* Bearfest Now in its 3rd year, the Bearfest is one of Grants
Pass, Oregon's coolest, friendliest and most fun public outdoor events
of the year. Local artists decorate, embellish, bejewel and paint 62
larger than-life size bears. The Bearfest is a hands on touchable art
event, proving that art doesn't have to be “serious” to be great.
Summer was the last year of BearFest, but you will still get
to enjoy many bears as they are rotated around town. Something special
is planned for the fund raiser.
* BMX track The track is located next to the Josephine County
Fairgrounds. Please check the site for information about events and
practice times.
* Britt Fest Now in its 43rd year, Britt Festivals is the Pacific
Northwest's premiere outdoor summer performing arts festival. Located
in the historic town of Jacksonville, Oregon, Britt presents dozens of
summer concerts, featuring world-class artists in classical music,
dance, jazz, blues, folk, bluegrass, world, pop and country music.
Britt's performance venue is a naturally formed amphitheater set among
majestic ponderosa pines and native madrones on the beautiful hillside
estate of 19th century photographer Peter Britt
* Boat Nik Since 1959, The Grants Pass Active Club holds Boatnik
every Memorial Day weekend in Grants Pass. The activities start
Thursday evening in Riverside Park with the Davis Shows Carnival.
Saturday morning is the well known Boatnik parade.
* Bowling: Caveman Bowl 1230 Rogue River Hwy, Grants Pass, OR
97527 (541) 479-2311 AND Showtime Family Lanes 2318 NE Vine Street
,Grants Pass ,OR 97526 (541) 476-0871
* Coast of Oregon, Brooking-Harbor Nestled on the southernmost
Oregon Coast, at the heart of America's Wild Rivers Coast, between the
breathtaking scenery of the Oregon Coastal Range and the Pacific Ocean.
* Crater Lake Crater Lake is widely known for its intense blue
color and spectacular views. During summer, visitors may navigate the
Rim Drive around the lake, enjoy boat tours on the lake surface, or
hike some of the park's various trails including Mt. Scott at 8,929
ft. Diverse interpretive programs enhance visitors' knowledge and
appreciation of this national park, 90% of which is managed as
wilderness. The winter brings some of the heaviest snowfall in the
country, averaging 533 inches per year. Although park facilities
mostly close for this snowy season, visitors may view the lake during
fair weather, enjoy cross-country skiing, and participate in weekend
snowshoe hikes.
* Family Fun Center 1-A Penninger Road, Central Point, OR 97502
541-664-4263
* Gold PanningThe gold pan is one the oldest and simplest tools
used to find gold. A shovelful of dirt and gravel is dumped into a
gold panning pan. The pan is lowered into the water and gently moved
in circles. Large stones in the pan are thrown out, and the dirt
broken up using the your fingers. As you move the pan in circles,
muddy water and sand float out of the pan, with the much heavier gold
remaining at the bottom of the pan. I will let you borrow mine and
even tell you of a place you are sure to find gold. My special secret.
* Golfing the several courses Public Golf Courses in Southern Oregon
* Grants Pass Downs (Horse Racing) Grants Pass Downs, The OHBPA,
ORC, Oregon Horseman, and Northwest Thoroughbreds, LLC. Located at the
Josephine County Fair. This site has the seasons race replays,
workouts, overnights etc.
* Hiking The Rogue Country offers much to the hiker who chooses a
different path, one less traveled.
* House of Mystery The Oregon Vortex is an area of naturally
occurring visual and perceptual phenomena, which can be captured on
film. No matter your education or profession you will find a challenge
to all your accepted theories.
* Historical sights In 1948 a group of citizens concerned with
keeping the history of the Applegate Trail and the Rogue Valley alive
founded the Josephine County Historical Society. In 1982 a house
gifted by Anna and Flora Schmidt became the society's headquarters,
research library, and house museum.
* Jet boat down the wild Rogue River The Rogue River Jet boat
excursions. Located right as you cross the Caveman Bridge on 6th
Street. Our home is only located about 2 min. from their location.
* Live Theatre The Rogue Theatre has worked with Southern Oregon
University, Rogue Community College and Jefferson Public Radio to
bring events that may not otherwise have been offered in our region.
Over the course of several seasons, music fans have seen such top
names as Richie Havens, Mickey Rooney, Donovan, Little Feat, Taj
Mahal, Pablo Cruise, Keb' Mo', George Winston and Eddie Money. The
theatre will continue to offer a friendly venue to local groups such
as the Stardust Repertory theatre as well as community dance, vocal
and musical ensembles.
* Magical Murals in December Starting the second week of November
and running through the first of the new year, the downtown area
radiates with the fiberoptic dazzle of 18 gigantic Magical Musical
Christmas Murals. The oversized murals weigh 400 pounds each and
include automatic sound systems to play the old-fashioned Christmas
music emanating from them.
* Motorcycle rentals Ride through some of the most breathtaking
scenic routes in existence. Partake in the beauty as you open the
throttle and surge forward on the back of America's greatest two
wheeled craft... Harley Davidson's and dirt bikes. Also information on
tours.
* Oregon Caves Venture deep inside the earth with experienced park
service rangers who share the history, geology, and science of the
caves. Also at the park are miles of trails through old growth
forest. Oregon and Northern California are home to some of the
earth's most productive forestland and some of the most spectacular
trees you'll find anywhere.
* Oregon Trail Interpretive Center Offers a glimpse into the
colorful history of this rugged area through the stories of the
pioneer settlers, the naming of Grave Creek, the discovery of gold,
the impact of the stageline, and the building of the railroad. Located
in Beautiful Sunny Valley, The Applegate Trail Interpretive Center is
a "must see." Enjoy visiting the many historical displays. Sunny
Valley is just 14 mile North of Grants Pass on I-5.
* Rafting down the famous Rogue River Rogue River rafting seems
too good to be true: illustrious rapids, green gorges and golden
hillsides, historical sites at every bend and arguably the best
wildlife viewing of all the western rivers.
* Rock Museum The museum was founded in 1954 by Frieda and Delmar
Smith. The Smith's collection and the collections and donations of
members and others has created one of the finest displays of rocks,
minerals, and gems on the west coast.
* Scenic highways and trips Here is a site that gives specific
directions to scenic drives. Rogue River Highway, Interstate 5, Upper
and Lower River Road, Redwood Hwy., US 199, and Merlin-Galice Road.
* Science Work kids hands on museum Southern Oregon's world class
interactive science museum features state-of-the-art exhibits, Science
Live! performances and hands-on exploration for all ages.
* Seven Feathers Casino Seven Feathers is an Indian casino locate
in Canyonville, Oregon. About 45 minute drive from Home Suite Home.
The casino is owned and operated by the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe
of Indians. Casino gaming options include Slots , Table Games , Bingo
, Poker and Keno . Seven Feathers is the only Indian casino in
Southern Oregon to offer Roulette !
* Shakespeare festival Discover the plays in Ashland, a little
town South of Grants Pass. OSF produces eleven plays annually in
rotating repertory from February through October. This season
celebrating its 70th year, there's an interesting blend of newly
commissioned works, and three popular Shakespeare plays mixed with
other timeless classics. High season tickets now range from $29 to $65.
* Skate Board Park Grants Pass Skate park is free. It has picnic
tables and restroom. Drinking fountain. Helmets are required.
* Ski Mt. Ashland The Mt. Ashland Ski Area is nestled in the
magnificent Siskiyou Mountains, the alpine gateway to the Pacific
Northwest. Mount Ashland receives over 300 inches of annual snowfall;
plenty of snow for powder hounds and plenty of sun all winter long.
Mount Ashland has 23 trails in addition to chute skiing in a glacial
cirque called the 'bowl'. Mt. Asland is only 40 miles from Grants Pass.
* Speedway racing New Southern Oregon Speedway Website.
* Wave Pool in Eugene Ride the waves in one of the inner tubes or
take a ride on the 144' water slide. Play under the water umbrella,
play a game of water basketball, and then relax in the spa (must be 16
years or older). Enjoy the sundeck and concessions or just watch the fun!
* Wild Cat shows The park is an interactive park in which staff
and trainers interact with the predators to bring out their natural
and instinctive behaviors. The Park is nestled in the Siskiyou
Mountains in Southern Oregon. The 10 acres are home to one of the
largest and most varied collections of exotic cats on the west coast.
There are more than 14 species of cats at the park. Their goal is to
introduce as many guests as possible to our many feline ambassadors
and demonstrate some of their incredible athletic abilities.
* Wildlife Images Wildlife Images Rehabilitation and Education
Center was founded as a non-profit corporation in 1981 to provide for
the care and treatment of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife, and
offer educational programs on wildlife, conservation and the
environment to schools, organizations and the general public.
* Wildlife Safari Wildlife Safari is a fun-filled family
destination where you can view animals in their natural habitat,
roaming freely as they do in the wild. They are also a world renowned
medical and research facility and a nationally recognized educational
facility for veterinary and biological sciences.These key points make
Wildlife Safari a favorite stop for those traveling along the I-5
corridor through southern Oregon.
* Wine tasting and touring Take a tour and fill your senses with
the beauty and bounty of Southern Oregon. From historic orchards and
farms, to award-winning creameries and world-class wineries, the Rogue
Valley is rich in tradition and taste.
* Wolf sanctuary-Howling Acres Howling Acres Wolf Sanctuary is
dedicated to the preservation of wolves. Their philosophy is based on
the principle that people preserve only what they care about,
understand or feel connected to in a personal way. Howling Acres
provides a safe shelter for orphaned and injured wolves. They offer
educational tours, recreational activities, special events and live
demonstrations.
* YMCA Founded in 1983, the Grants Pass Family YMCA provides a
variety of health, fitness, recreational, and educational services to
help build a healthy community and to help individuals strengthen
their lives. Their main facility contains 58,682 square feet of space,
and houses a large swimming pool, large gymnasium, exercise class
room, cardio room, weight room, martial arts room, two locker rooms, a
youth/game room, two drop-in child care rooms and a conference room.



 

     Rates 



January ~ May $145/night $1015/week $100/night (over 28 nights, no taxes to pay) Fri/Sat/Sun $160 June ~ Aug $160/night $1120/week Fri/Sat/Sun $175 (Split week available 3 weeks or less from desired arrival date) Sept ~ Dec $145/night $1015/week $100/night (over 28 nights, no taxes to pay) Fri/Sat/Sun $160 Christmas (weekly rental only): $1120/week New Years: (3 nights minimum): $480 Holiday Weekends: $480 (Fri 3pm til Mon 11am) $50 Cleaning Fee $15/night pet fee for up to 2 pets plus additional $100 deposit 10% transient tax on total $250 security/damage/cleaning deposit



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