Bed and Breakfast Oregon Coast

The Oregon Coast is a beautiful 363 miles of rugged, untamed shoreline that allows you to take in the pristine beauty of the pacific northwest.

Bed and Breakfast Oregon Coast

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The best part of this amazing coastline is that it remains completely  free to the public, making it a great place to bring the whole family.  You can head to the northern coastline to visit iconic Cannon Beach, catching the adorable puffins during the summer season. Or you can head further south to quaint Lincoln City, to take part in some old fashioned beach fun that everyone can enjoy.

No matter how you spend your vacation on the Oregon Coast, make sure to enjoy the amazing ocean views from one of the many bed and breakfasts scattered along the beautiful coastline. The Oregon Coast bed and breakfasts are full of charm and individualized service that will create an experience you will never forget.


  • The Oregon Coast is filled with sights and activities that can suit the needs of any  traveler. Starting in the northern coastline, you can tour the alluring tide pools of Cannon Beach, stroll through the picturesque Victorian settlement of Astoria overlooking the Columbia River, or head to the quintessential beach town of Manzanita to admire the panoramic ocean views.

    As you head to the central Oregon Coast, you can walk along the towering cliffs along the coast of Lincoln City, taste products from the heart of Oregon dairy country in Tillamook, or learn about local marine life at the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport. Heading south, you can take in some whale watching in beautiful Depoe Bay or take on some of Oregons beautiful hiking trails in scenic Coos Bay.

    No  matter where you decide to spend your time on the coast of Oregon you  are sure to find plenty of activities to suit all members of the family.

  • History

  • Over 11,000 years ago this beautiful coastline was populated by the  indigenous people who utilized this land for its rich resources and  proximity to the pacific ocean.  Since then this land has been populated by the Spanish and British  explorers, from James Cook to Sir Francis Drake. Many European  expeditions came through the Oregon Coast to take advantage of ideal proximity to the ocean. It wasn't until the  19th century, with the completion of the coastal railways, that this  breathtaking area began to develop into an economic epicenter for  logging and commercial fishing. Since the turn of the century the Oregon Coast has continued to grow and become a national treasure that is visited by many all year round.

  • Natural Features

  • Not many states in America offer as much topographic variety as seen  in Oregon. From the basins and plains, rugged mountains, and semi-desert  landscapes, Oregon has a landscape that can leave everyone in awe of  this states beauty.

    Along the northern coastline you will find towering cliffs that run along the majestic Pacific Ocean.  As you head down to the central coast, you will see a showcase of high  dunes intermixed with conifer woods and open wetlands. In the south, you  will be be surround by the steep slopes of the coastal range that  plunge to the rugged seacoast. All creating a very diverse landscape to  see as you travel the Oregon Coast.

  • Weather

  • Weather along the Oregon Coastline will be warm and dry in the summer  months, with temperatures consistently in the 80s. Summertime is also  known for having the least rain, making it a great time to go enjoy some  beach time. In the fall and winter months you can expect temperatures  in the 40s to 50s, but expect rain during these seasons and maybe even  some snow in the colder months. The most ideal time to visit the Oregon Coast is between June and September, so you can make the most out of the longer days and warm weather.

  • Things to do

  • This beautiful coastline offers a variety of activities that are sure  to fill the itinerary of any traveler. For the outdoor enthusiast, the Oregon Coast offers many state parks filled with challenging hikes leading to some truly outstanding views.  In the summer months you may even spot puffins and whales at some of  these popular parks. For the avid shopper, try the historic coastal town  of Astoria. Here you can walk the Columbia Riverfront, taking in the beautiful ocean views as you check out the variety of shops and galleries filled with unique finds. For some family fun, head head to the oceanside village of Manzanita.  This quaint town boasts a walkable main street with boutique shops,  cafes, and restaurants as well as a hopping activity scene with paddle  boards, kayaks, and bicycles readily available throughout the town. With  the coasts ample acres of beautiful landscapes and picturesque beach  towns, you are sure to find activities that the whole family will  enjoy.

  • Food and Drink

  • The soil of the Oregon Coast is known for producing amazing fruits and vegetables, including grapes  and hops, making it a great place to try local wine and beer. With its  proximity to the plentiful Pacific Ocean, the coast provides an ample supply of sustainably caught fish and shell fish that are infamous across the United States.  Together this creates a wonderful harvest for the many restaurants  tucked along this beautiful coastline. In the central coast you need to  try Bowpicker Fish & Chips. This unique food truck is popular with  locals and tourists alike, and is renowned for their fish and chips that  have won multiple awards across the US. Heading south, try the  Waterfront Depot in Florence. This old train station sits along the  Siuslaw River and is a distinctive blend of Indonesian and San  Franciscan fare. They are known for their crab encrusted halibut that is  picked straight from from the Pacific daily. Staying in the southern  coastline, you can try the Wayfarer Restaurant and Lounge. This local  restaurant prides itself on serving the best local cuisine; serving  locally sourced produce, meats, and fish raised in the Pacific  Northwest. Fresh fish and seafood, locally raised meats and dairy, and  wild mushrooms and berries can be found daily on their menu. No matter  where your Oregon Coast travels take you, you are sure to find some goods eats. With ample  restaurants found all along this rugged coastline that will keep you  coming back for seconds.

Bed and Breakfast Oregon Coast FAQ

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  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in Oregon Coast?

    You are sure to enjoy your stay at one of the many superior bed and breakfasts of the area scattered along the beautiful Oregon Coastline. In Lincoln City, you will find the romantic Sandlake Country Inn. A quaint oceanside home filled with rustic charm, that will make you feel like you are staying in your own private home. Heading south to Depoe Bay, you can try The Whale's Rendezvous Bed and Breakfast. This stoic oceanside villa is perched on a bluff above the Pacific Ocean offering all visitors outstanding ocean views.

    Heading up the coast to Tillamook you can visit the Wheeler on the Bay Lodge.  A notable ocean cottage filled with history, but is also filled with  top notch amenities that will make you never want to leave. Further up  the coast in Astoria, try the quaint Clementine bed and breakfast. This historic victorian inn is located in the heart of the historic district, making it an easy walk to many restaurants, shops, and galleries.

    No matter your choice, the bed and breakfasts along the Oregon Coast will not disappoint and are sure to create a trip that you will never forget.

  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast on the Oregon Coast?

    Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or a weekend girls trip; the bed and breakfasts of the Oregon Coast will make a great place to call home during your stay. From oceanfront bungalows with outstanding views to seaside mansions filled with luxurious amenities; these coastal bed and breakfasts will give you an experience you are sure to remember. The B&B's of the Oregon Coast offer charming interiors that are sure to keep you cozy during your  stay, along with personalized service from friendly innkeepers will  create a truly unique vacation for you and your family. No matter where  you stay along the beautiful coastline, make sure to make the most of  your trip and stay at a bed and breakfast on the Oregon Coast.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Oregon Coast Bed and Breakfast?

    At an Oregon Coast Bed and Breakfast you can expect high end, luxurious amenities that you would expect at a  five star resort, combined with quaint conveniences that will make you  feel right at home. During your B&B stay, you can expect a  delectable and satisfying breakfast to start your day. With many bed and breakfasts offering organic, farm to table, made to order, and local breakfast  options you will be certain to have a great meal to start your day.

    In your guest room you can expect amenities that will make you never want to leave your  room. From private bathrooms with top of the line fixtures, plush beds  topped with heavenly comforters, and personal gas fireplaces to get cozy on a breezy evening. Some bed and breakfasts on the Oregon Coast offer in room massages and room service, creating the most relaxing environment for your getaway.

  • How can I get around the Oregon Coast?

    To see all of the beauty the Oregon Coast has to offer it would be advised to rent a car for your travels. If you fly into the Portland International Airport you can easily rent a car from one of many  nationally recognized dealers. By renting a car you can easily traverse  the many miles of coastline, allowing you to visit the many tourist  attractions at your own pace. If you are not looking to rent a car, try  staying in one of the many beach towns where many of your activities,  restaurants, and shops are all within walking distance.  If you would  like to still venture further along the coastline, try the NW Connector  bus that has routes from Portland all the way to Lincoln City.