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Recent Northern Coast reviews

  • Amazing!

    "We have done vacation rentals in Manzanita many times, but this one was by far the best! Only a short 1/2 block to the beach. Reasonable walk to the center of town, even with our small children. Lots of room. And they don't skimp on the creature comforts--blankets, pillows, detergent, etc. We comfortably slept 10 and will be back again soon. Thanks!"
    Guest: Coast Rat Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 27, 2014
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  • Arnold beach house (upper unit)

    "I went to the coast to see the ocean and walk the beach with my dog. This place did more than deliver on the view of the ocean, access to the beach and a deck to sit and watch the ocean with a glass of wine. Nothing but windows on this place - awesome. It is open, bright, quiet and kept clean. The appliances are newer so that was a bonus too. The beach is literally steps away - can't get any better than that. I happily plan on coming back sometime next year."
    Guest: Susan Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 28, 2014
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  • GroundControl

    "We rented this property for a couple of days after Memorial Day. It is obviously loved and well kept up. Very comfortable beds, open plan on the main floor allows cooks and all others to commingle. French doors to the deck and "crow's nest" were a lovely way to bring the outdoors inside. If we come back (and we definitely would like to!), we would bring our own linens. Washing, drying and putting away everything on our last day at the beach wasn't exactly how I wanted to spend my vacation. But it's a great property in a great location with pleasant, responsive owners. And Manzanita is such a fun town!"
    Guest: Cathy B. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 6, 2014
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  • VRBO #399575 Review

    "Shat a delightful beach house this is! A TRUE GEM! Driving up to it we thought it looked so cute; saw the two decks and fenced-in backyard--perfect for our dog! We entered from the back into a mud room for our doggy things and shoes and jackets. Then we went into the kitchen and great room! So open, spacious, and light/bright! Every room was well stocked in every way! Even tooth picks in the kitchen. They have furnished the great family room with very comfortable casual slip covered couches, wicker furniture and a love seat. A big flat screen TV w/a cabinet fully stocked w/movies, cards, games, and books.The two bedrooms, love seat that opens into a double futon bed and two bathrooms make it very spacious for six people. The owners even have a notebook of activities inside and outside, places to shop, eat, and sight see, and instructions for leaving. Samantha and Steve are thorough in every way. There is a pool table, hula hoops, a kite and a kayak and a hammock. The walls are tastefully decorated. I could tell Samantha and Steve truly love the beach, ocean, and all it has to offer. It is located overlooking the ocean and only two short blocks to the beach. the beach is pet friendly and secluded and quiet. The description and photos were accurate. The property was very clean and very well-maintained. Samantha was extremely kind and helpful in answering all our questions and/or concerns. We already have recommended this beach house to folks and family! The Schooner, the Deli down the road, Lexi's, the beach, the beach!!! Kayacking for those who enjoy it, Oceanside, Roseanna's and Brewin' in the Wind, Cape Look Out, the light house, and Floyd's sea food shop, reading in the hammock, sitting on the decks, and tons of relaxing!!"
    Guest: Carole Dee Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 1, 2014
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Northern Coast Travel Tips

Explore the Neverending Beaches of Oregon Coast Rentals

Oregon Coast rentals offer prime opportunities to explore a wide range of different landscapes and terrains found along the vast shores and beaches there. Travel to the coast with your family and loved ones to enjoy mouth-watering seafood, endless quaint villages to visit, and plenty of modern shopping, galleries and museums to tour.

Seafood Adventures near Oregon Coast Rentals

Choose to simply dine on plenty of Oregon’s famous Dungeness crab, or learn how to catch them yourself. Grab the family and travel from your Oregon Coast lodging to a rental facility and find the necessary equipment to use on your personal crabbing venture. Charter a boat or schedule a special tour to learn how to clean and prepare your crab at your Oregon Coast vacation rentals, too.

Visit the Dunes National Recreation Area While Staying in Oregon Coast Lodging

The Dunes National Recreation Area spans the beach found around Oregon Coast rentals, offering an entire vacation’s worth of scenery and attractions. Visit the sea lion caves in Florence and witness the animals in their natural habitat surrounding Oregon Coast lodging. Also plan a stop at the Heceta Head Lighthouse, which has been in service for 114 years. Bring along the camera and build a sandcastle with the kids before venturing to the local aquarium on your way back to your Oregon Coast vacation rentals.

Stay in Oregon Coast Vacation Rentals and Relax in Garibaldi

Garibaldi is just one of the quiet towns surrounding Oregon Coast rentals, offering plenty of fishing, water sports and relaxing outdoor activities. Visit the local museum and learn about the settlement of the community before venturing out to enjoy fresh oysters and fish. Oregon Coast lodging offers easy access to local hiking on the Bayocean Spit, which is also an ideal location for bird-watching adventures. The resort town of Bayocean was once located there, full of Oregon Coast vacation rentals, restaurants and private residences before natural erosion and storms washed them all away by the year 1952.

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