Travelers looking for a place to call their own will enjoy several new lodging options on Portland’s east side, each with its own distinctive flair and bountiful neighborhood attractions. Each has a full kitchen, though with the succulent offerings within walking distance, visitors will be excused for not cooking at home.
Kuza Cottage, nestled in a garden behind the elegant Yakuza restaurant in Northeast Portland, is a stylish upgrade of a 1922 carriage house featuring Pendleton fabrics and reclaimed materials; guests enjoy private access to the outdoor hot tub and shower. Walk to Autentica, Cocotte and DOC.
The Pocket House, near the bustling North Williams and North Mississippi Avenue districts, offers light-filled eco-friendly accommodations with discounts for visitors who work in schools and nonprofits. Walk to Hopworks BikeBar, Lincoln and Tasty n Sons, in addition to local shops like Ink & Peat, Spielwerk Toys and Queen Bee Creations.
Inn Beervana, a cozy two-story guest house in the Hawthorne district designed with the beer lover in mind, comes with a six-pack of Oregon’s finest and access to the beer writer/owner’s plentiful resources on Portland’s craft brewing scene. Walk to BridgePort Ale House, Evoe and McMenamins Bagdad Theater & Pub.