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$130/nt - $1000/wk
$300 per night 1 night min stay
From $100/nt - $700/wk
$169- $219 depending on the date
$149/ni, wkly/moly discounts possible
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$125 - $150 per night 2-3 night min stay
Newport Travel Tips
Newport Vacation Rentals in Oregon Make the Perfect Vacation Homes
The Oregon coastline is world-famous for its rock formations, dashing seas and scenic bays. Newport itself is known as the Dungeness Crab Capital of the World and has more than 80 restaurants, from small cafés to four-star dining experiences. It also offers a host of activities and attractions for those staying in this charming area. The nearby Siuslaw National Forest, the historic town of Toledo and the wineries of the Willamette Valley can all be visited from your Newport Lodging base.
With a population of 10,000, the town’s main industries are fishing, wood products and tourism. With a developed Bayfront area, Nye Beach and the Highway 101 corridor, Newport has something for every visitor.
Things to Do from Your Newport Lodging
The coastline offers a host of things to do from your Newport condos. Walking along the beach, crabbing and fishing are all popular activities. The area has many trails which are ideal for hiking including the 10-mile Cummins Creek Loop trail. The coast is known for its scenic lighthouses which can be visited. The lovely Yaquina Bay Lighthouse is believed to be the oldest structure in Newport. It was replaced three years after being built by the Yaquina Head Lighthouse, the tallest in Oregon at 93 feet. Fishing charters and whale watching trips both provide exciting days out from Newport.
How to Get to Newport Condos
The quickest way to reach Newport, Oregon from other states is by air. Portland International Airport is a 97-mile drive from Newport and has frequent flights to all parts of the U.S. The pleasant drive heads southwest from Portland through small towns and impressive scenery, including the wine country around McMinnville.
The Advantages of Newport Vacation Rentals
Choosing Newport Vacation Rentals makes good financial sense for families. Newport condos work out to be much cheaper per head than hotels, and the extra bedrooms allow everyone plenty of space to chill out and follow their own pursuits. Having your own Newport lodging means you can save money by preparing meals and stocking up on snacks and drinks at supermarket prices rather than spending on room service. Comfortable living space and a well-equipped kitchen are all good reasons to choose a vacation rental when planning your visit to Oregon.
Neighborhoods to Visit Around Your Newport Lodging
Corvallis is in the heart of the Willamette Valley wine country and a sizeable town with some good restaurants. Take a tour of a winery or sample the local produce, including the excellent Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay which are produced here. Take a detour to the picturesque Alsea Falls during your trip, situated near Apline.
Albany is another great day out from Newport. The Calapooia Brewing Company is a small brewery with a pub attached. The town’s museum is housed in the Thomas and Walter Monteith House which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Downtown Albany has a historic district and many antique shops and restaurants as well as the Civic Theater and Carnegie library.
The Weather in Newport, Oregon
The defining word of Oregon’s weather is “changeable.” In any single day. there may be clear sunny skies one minute and rain and fog the next. Foggy mornings give way to sunny afternoons so every day has the potential for fine weather. In winter, the crisp clear days are ideal for beach walks. Even in January, the average daytime temperature is a mild 45 F (7 C). Dry summer days reach 70 F (21 C) and mild nights make summer visits pleasant. The long Indian summers prolong the season into fall. Newport is unlikely to see snow due to its coastal position but further inland the Cascades have up to 550 inches (1,400 centimeters) of snow on the high peaks.