Best Vacation Home Deals in Portland
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Price and Availability Index in Portland
Vacation Rental Price Information in Portland
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months of the year. Prices reach their highest point in December, where prices are an average of $177 a night (12/22 - 12/29). Prices decrease in a week of November (11/2 - 11/9), where average prices are $148.
Rental Availability Information in Portland
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in Portland. In November (11/17 - 11/24), only 57 are available. It is easier to find a rental in a week of January (1/26 - 2/2), as only 13% of the accommodations are booked.
The Weather in Portland
You can see our climate diagram above. August is the warmest month in Portland with average maximum temperatures of 82°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Portland, with temperatures going under 35° The rainiest month is August while the driest month is July.
A Portland Vacation Home is Ideal for Dining Out and Getting Cultured
Portland is the cultural center of Oregon, and home to many of the nation's top restaurants, making it a gastronomic delight. With attractions that will interest everyone from the nature-lovers to history buffs, a rental house is an excellent base for exploring the city's offerings.
Portland's Food Scene: Food Trucks, Funky Ingredients & Famous Donuts
Portland is a foodie's dream. Asian-inspired cuisine is everywhere; the fish sauce wings at Pok Pok are a popular treat, while Sushi Mazi features some of the best sushi in town and unusual ingredients like grasshoppers. Visitors with a sweet tooth will want to bring some mouthwatering treats from Voodoo Donuts back to the vacation home. These donuts have achieved international fame for their unique flavor combos and creativity. Also famed in Portland is the food truck revolution; Güero features top-notch Mexican while Chez Dodo serves up samosas and fried rice.
Portland's Art Scene: Blending Local Craft and Fine Art
Renting a Portland vacation home makes it easy to stroll through one of the many art districts and discover the city's arts scene. The bohemian Pearl District is brimming with art galleries featuring both local artists and nationally recognized artists.
The Museum of Contemporary Craft features 4500 square feet of craft and design pieces, encouraging visitors to consider the role craft plays in contemporary art. The Blue Sky/Oregon Center for the Photogenic Arts is noted for its exhibitions featuring up-and-coming photographers while continuing to exhibit works by more notable photographers.
Portland's points of interest
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is home to over 200 interactive displays as well as eight science labs, each dedicated to different areas of the sciences. Kids and adults alike can get their hands dirty in the paleontology lab or test a 3-D printer before catching an educational movie in the museum's theater.
With over 15 miles of walking trails, Washington Park is a massive public park in urban Portland. The sprawling recreation area has something for the whole family, including several museums, memorials, and an amphitheater.
The Oregon Zoo is located in Washington park and is home to over 250 species of animals. In the wintertime there is a spectacular light show. And alongside other conservation efforts, it also hosts an Asian elephant breeding program.
Portland Japanese Garden
Also within Washington Park is the Portland Japanese Garden. It is considered one of the best in the nation, featuring 5 separate traditional Japanese gardens housed on 5.5 acres of land.
Henry Pittock, the wealthy owner of The Weekly Oregonian newspaper, and his wife Georgiana built the Pittock Mansion in 1914. Owned by the city, the Pittock Mansion offers visitors a glimpse into Portland's past.
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