Heron Haus is a 10,000 square foot English Tudor home designed by noted Portland architect
Joseph Jacobberger in 1904. It is listed on the National Historic Register.   The home's fine
craftsmanship lends it a beautiful but casual elegance.
The original oak parquet covers the first floor guest areas. An east view sunroom overlooks
the spacious and accessible patio and the mahogany library contributes to a relaxing stay.
Guests can also enjoy the large, comfortable living room located on the first floor.
Heron Haus is located in Portland's northwest hills, just above historic Nob Hill with its many shops
and boutiques and Portland's finest restaurants.   It's only minutes from city center and the
Pearl District. Nearby Forest and Washington Parks offer miles of hiking trails.
The Rose Garden and Japanese Garden are only minutes away.
Comfortable guest suites with queen or king size beds and modern, private baths are designed
to ensure gracious and quiet relaxation.   Each suite has a flat panel TV, DVD player, radio/CD player,
high speed wi-fi Internet access and sitting and work areas.
An inviting patio provides a quiet and relaxing getaway for guests.
Heron Haus serves a full breakfast. Coffee, tea and freshly baked cookies are available in the afternoons.
There is plenty of off-street parking and local calls are free.
Other features include panoramic views of the city and mountains.