Where to stay on the People’s Coast
Featured Places to Stay
The Houses On Manzanita Beach
Traditional oceanside Manzanita vacation rentals updated with all the modern conveniences necessary to make your next coast vacation a wonderful experience. Our recently remodeled private houses include a range of amenities such as private beach view fire pits, huge beachside decks, wood burning fireplaces, and much more. Our Oceanfront Cottage is located steps on the beautiful 7 mile Manzanita beach, has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and sleeps 8. Our Oceanside Cabin is conveniently located three blocks from the main street, overlooks the beach, and has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and sleeps 10. The Historic Reed House is one of the original grand houses on the beach, remodeled for today’s visitors, has 7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and sleeps 20. Visit our website for more information or give us a call today!
Sunset Surf Ocean Front Motel
Sunset Surf Motel is located just 13 miles south of Cannon Beach, on one of Oregon's most spectacular beach settings with a beautiful Pacific Ocean view. While you are here, stroll the sandy un-crowded beach. There is also golf, kite flying, cycling, surfing, sail boarding, crabbing, fishing and even watching whales. We have a variety of accommodations to meet your needs.
Headlands Coastal Lodge & Spa
Make yourself at home in one of our 33 carefully appointed guest rooms or in one of our luxurious cottages, each with a balcony and ocean front view. Wander into Haystack Hall, where something is always happening. Arrange for a beach bonfire or paddle the meandering Nestucca River with our Adventure coaches. Enjoy the exhibition kitchen in Meridian Restaurant & Bar where the serve fresh ocean to table cuisine. Reserve a private meeting room for your small group or corporate retreat. Head to Tidepools Spa here in the lodge and soak in the hot tub, relax in the steam rooms, take a free yoga class or ride the Peloton bikes. Better yet book that massage you've been eyeing.
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