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Recent Central Coast reviews

  • Great house in a great location!

    "We used this house as a base for visiting the central Oregon coast and were not disappointed. The house was accurately described and we were pleasantly surprised by all of the little extras that were there (soap, condiments, brochures, etc). It actually felt like we were staying in Connie's home and had displaced her for a couple of days which I hope is not the case! We were close enough to the town for dining and coffee runs but also a world away to relax and enjoy the views and peacefulness. We especially loved the yard and all the gorgeous flowers and hummingbirds. My only comment is that the bunk beds are quite small. My goal was to get my teenage boys (nearly 6 feet tall) into a house where they have their own beds but they were too big for the bunks. Luckily the living room couch was plenty big so everyone was comfortable. Overall a great stay in a very comfortable home in a lovely, scenic area."
    Guest: Andrea B. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 7, 2014
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  • Would definitely return!

    "This house worked out very well for our family. Proximity to the beach, trail accessibility, view from the little porch were all important factors in making our stay here wonderful. The price was great! We would definitely return."
    Guest: cisaw Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 23, 2014
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  • Long Overdue Beach Getaway

    "The pros: This house was the perfect beach getaway. The house was clean and very comfortable. There were a ton of books to read, DVDs, a foosball table, gameboards, stereo, TVs, and a lovely fireplace to keep the house cozy warm, and a really fun hot tub. Despite the beautiful sunny days we had during our vacation, the windy Oregon beach wasn't as much fun, there was plenty to keep us entertained at this house. I didn't plan on cooking because we expected to try out the local eateries. However, because the kitchen was fully stocked, we were inspired to just stay in and cook most of our own meals. The kitchen had just about everything...rice cooker, frying pans, and even a boiling pot to cook crabs. They even provided a crab cracker! My only complaint about the kitchen was maybe one of the spatulas needed replacement, it looked very overused and the plastic was deteriorating. Other than that, the kitchen was 99.9% complete. We didn't try the BBQ grill nor the oven, as we had no time, so I don't have an opinion about it. The refrigerator, stove, and dishwasher all worked fine. The beds were all clean and we slept okay in it. I liked how each of the bedrooms had their own thermostats, so we adjusted the temperatures as necessary. The photos are exactly the way they have it pictured. The cons about the property: There were some pet hairs in certain areas of the bedrooms and living areas, though it wasn't bothersome. The streets are very narrow and the rental agreement when you check in says "no street parking". However, the other homeowners in the development who own the private homes are parked on the street. This house had a narrow one car garage, and surely did not accommodate for even a small SUV. We were told to park on the small driveway in the back, one that I actually would not even consider a "driveway", it was so short and narrow. It was impossible getting in and out when other people parked in the back alleys. Parking was the biggest issue with this rental house. Overall, it was a wonderful house, very close in proximity to the outlets, the eateries, grocery stores, parks, hiking were all within 3 miles or less. I loved the decor inside, it was really bright, airy, and very "beachy". The management staff were all very friendly and accommodating, even told us which restaurant to avoid and recommended others. I definitely recommend "Our Happy Place"!"
    Guest: Sunseeker Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 21, 2014
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  • LOVED this Cozy Coastal Cabin!

    "We have stayed in several VRBO properties and have never been disappointed... this A-frame is our NEW FAVE! SO warm and cozy and inviting. We felt like we were in the mountains though the ocean was a few yards away. The woodstove was easy to use with plenty of firewood stacked outback. The loft bedroom and crows nest are so unique and restful spaces. My body and soul felt so nurtured from our short time in this special home. The kitchen was stocked with nicer dishes and cookware than we usually see at rentals. We really enjoyed the location, too. It was our first time to stay in Yachats. Instant fans! Small, quiet, artsy vibe with a few shops and grocery store easy walking distance from the rental. We are already planning our next visit which is a first for us. We like to explore and never stay the same place twice. We found it that special and relaxing! (note ** the captain stairs to the loft and the ladder to the crow's nest definitely require people to be physically capable of climbing.The downstairs bedroom is easily accessed, but it was way more fun and adventurous to use the loft and crows nest!)"
    Guest: Pam H. Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: November 18, 2013
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Central Coast Travel Tips

Discover Oregon’s Coast

Oregon’s coast is regarded as three areas, each with its own distinct character and features. The North Coast extends from the Columbia River to Neskowin, the Central Coast is from Lincoln City to Florence, and the South Coast covers Reedsport to the California border. It covers the counties of Clatsop, Tillamook, Lincoln, western Lane, western Douglas, Coos and Curry. It is well served by US Route 101 which runs the length of the coastline and provides breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. The drive down this road alone is worth the trip. Other major roads such as US-20, US-30, US-26 also provide access, as do State Routes 18 and 22. Visitors here can choose from delightful Oregon Coast cottages to make their home base for a fantastic vacation.

Three Distinct Regions, One Perfect Place

The North Coast features long stretches of unbroken beach and large bays enclosed by sandbars. Astoria is the main city. Along this delightful coast are also the cities of Seaside and Tillamook.

From Lincoln City to Florence, the Central Coast has fewer beaches and more cliffs and bays. Charming small cities such as Depoe Bay, Newport, Waldport and Yachats are scattered along its coast.

The mountainous South Coast is distinct because of its cliffs and miles of beaches. Here, visitors will find small cities such as North Bend, Coos Bay, with oceanfront rentals, as well as vacation homes in Bandon and Brookings. The area is known for its forests of myrtle, redwood, Douglas Firs and northern pine.

Million of Years Spent Creating the Perfect Vacation Spot

Wherever visitors to Oregon Coast vacation rentals choose as their base, there will be plenty to occupy both days and nights. There are a variety of museums along the coast, such as Tillamook Navel Air Museum and Flavel House. Also worth a visit is Yaquina Lights, the lighthouse at the mouth of the Yaquina River. One of the most impressive sights to see is the Sea Lion Cave. It is the largest sea cave in the world, 25 million years in the making. It is now the height of a 13-story building and it is as long as a football field. If that isn’t spectacular enough, visitors can also watch the sea lions go about their daily lives. Whales are also spotted here. If visitors don’t manage to spot a whale, they are charter boats along the coast offering whale watching and sport fishing. Visitors will find the opportunity to walk under the waves through a 200-foot tunnel, making for a once-in-a-lifetime trip. Come face to face with sharks, rays and thousands of species at the Oregon Coast Aquarium. To learn more about the area, visit the History Center here. To see animals from across the world, take a trip to the Wildlife Safari where animals from Africa, Asia, South America and North America roam freely over 600 acres.

The Hardest Part is Leaving Your Oregon Coast Lodging Behind

One of the most important decisions that vacationers face is where to stay. Picking the perfect Oregon Coast lodging could not be easier. Whether it is a spacious home right on the beach or a condo in one of Oregon’s coastal towns, there is the perfect property just waiting for you. Visitors choosing these Oregon Coast vacation rentals will find properties that are not just well equipped but full of extras that make a vacation home special. Visitors will find properties on the beach, with hot tubs, large screen televisions, internet access, and a variety of choices that welcome pets.

Oregon coast vacation rentals will place you in one of the world’s most scenic oceanfront vacation destinations. This coastline is renowned for dramatic views and quaint towns up and down the shore. VRBO’s Oregon coast vacation rentals in and around Newport, Oregon, reflect the influence of the coast and make for a comfortable and fun Oregon family vacation.

The towns along the Oregon coastline are linked by Highway 101, which runs along the magnificent coastline between Astoria in the north by the Columbia River and Brookings to the south near the California border. Your Oregon coast vacation rental will reflect the personality of its town, and each town has many of its own attractions. Astoria and Seaside vacation rentals bask in the history of the region. Oregon coast vacation rentals offer you the charm of towns like Florence, Cannon Beach and Yachats. Newport vacation rental visitors should make time to see Newport’s Oregon Coast Aquarium to learn about the area, and wildlife is abundant all along the coast.

Oregon coast vacations offer many things to do. Biking along the coast is very popular, as is hiking, beachcombing, golf and water sports. Oregon’s beaches are too cold and rough for swimming, but the area’s lakes and rivers also provide water sports opportunities. Newport, Oregon’s fishing industry thrives alongside the restaurants, shops and attractions for vacationers, and recreational fishing is popular all along the coast. Bandon vacation homes are near the well known Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. The many towns with Oregon coast lodging will provide you with a perfect family reunion venue, a fun family vacation home or a romantic getaway – the options are endless.

Oregon vacation weather can be rainy. Bring rain gear and expect some fog, but the weather and water add to the lush and dramatic beauty of this coastal region. A great time to visit Oregon vacation rentals is in the fall. September and October offer warm weather and off peak perks, and many VRBO Oregon coast vacation rentals are available year round. Escape to this enchanting region any time of year. Portland International Airport is about three hours from Oregon coast vacation rentals.

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