Want to treat yourself to a staycation in Portland? Looking for a guest home to recommend to friends and family visiting from out of town? Look no further! IndigoBirch guest home is a beautiful Airbnb complete with a Japanese style zen garden and cedar wood soaking tub.
Many thanks to IndigoBirch for hosting my stay. As always, all opinions are my own.
IndigoBirch Guest Home & Zen Garden Retreat
IndigoBirch is a luxurious zen garden retreat thoughtfully designed by owner/founder and Airbnb superhost Curtis Grezenski, whose background is in the hospitality and hotel industries. Curtis has always wanted to have his own hotel or BnB, and IndigoBirch is his dream come true. And boy is it dreamy!
Tucked away in southeast Portland near Reed College, this beautiful guest home is situated in a picture perfect treelined neighborhood. It feels magical when you step into this peaceful oasis even though IndigoBirch guest home is not far from busy streets. If you’re staying here without a car, the 75 bus line is conveniently located just a couple blocks away.
At IndigoBirch, the details are everything: the namesake indigo accents, fully equipped kitchen, heated bathroom floors, cozy robes, and yoga mats. My friend Kara joined me at IndigoBirch, where we had a blast sipping cocktails and twirling cacio e pepe. The kitchen had everything (including coupe glasses for manhattans!) that we needed to cook and serve the eats and sips we brought with us. If you’re staying at IndigoBirch for more than one evening, you’ll be happy to know that there’s a dishwasher for easy cleanup! There’s even a washer and dryer if you need to do laundry.
The highlight of the evening was relaxing in the cedar soaking tub overlooking the illuminated Japanese style zen garden. Curtis even built a fire to add to the ambiance of the garden. Afterwards, I stumbled back to the guest home, where I slept like a baby in the fluffy cloud of a bed.
Note: This post is in partnership with IndigoBirch. I received a complimentary overnight stay at IndigoBirch. This was not in exchange for a positive review and all opinions expressed here are my own. A special thank you to Kara Stokes for help with photography.