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Built in 2010, the one-bedroom Pocket House includes organic veggie and herb gardens that visitors are free to use.

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The Pocket House’s fir floors had a previous life as pieces of a Central Oregon grain elevator.

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Two skylights along with south- and east-facing windows flood the Pocket House with light. Other amenities include a small kitchen, wireless Internet, a washer and dryer, a barbecue, and a fenced backyard plus doggie bowl and treats (!) for four-legged guests.

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A full bed in the loft offers a great hideout for kids or a second couple.

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Guests can dine inside on this handmade table, crafted out of recycled materials, or on the outdoor patio. Or simply walk a few blocks down the street and take their pick of Mississippi’s myriad culinary delights: Por Que No?, Lovely’s Fifty FIfty, and Mee-Sen Thai to name just a few.

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The bedroom’s plush queen bed promises an ideal place for a post Mississippi–noshing nap.

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