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Recent Northern Coast reviews

  • Very cozy place!

    "Whitecaps it is a great place! It had anything we needed even a baby gate! Kitchen was well stocked. Jill let us bring our dog for an extra fee which was fair. Block away from amazing beach were we spent most of our days. We went there first weekend of October and weather was amazing... Sunny and in high 70F all four days. Jill even offered to use a Bob stroller and bikes-lots if good things in the garage. We already think about coming back during the summer. It is 20miles away from Cannon Beach, but for us Manzanita was way better place to stay at with a child and a dog. We don't like busy places and this one was perfect, we could let our dog off the leash on the beach. Strongly recommend renting this place."
    Guest: kasia a. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 9, 2014
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  • Perfect View!

    "Clean! Perfect location and elevator does work well. It was beautiful! Some remodeling yet to be completed but nothing to hinder your enjoyment of the property!"
    Guest: Julie G. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 8, 2014
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  • Great with kids!

    "We took our 4 grandchildren to Manzanita. This home was perfect for the 6 of us. It was immaculate. While you must drive about 3 minutes to the beach--or take a short hike--it was no problem. The back deck was very large with comfortable furniture. It had a good wifi system. The owners, Carol and Rod, were responsive to our initial inquiry and all the follow-up questions we had. The home is priced very reasonably for such a nice area on the Oregon coast. Pride of ownership is evident throughout. We would definitely return and recommend to friends/family."
    Guest: Michael A. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 14, 2014
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  • Wonderful! Wonderful!

    "Rating Details: I was very satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. I was very happy with the location. The vacation rental was spotless. The property manager was very helpful. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: Our family stayed at the Lodge in Manzanita to celebrate my mom's 90th birthday party. It was the perfect place for all of us. Comfortable accommodations for 11 people, with room for a couple more. The kitchen and living room area in this house are perfect for a large group. The kitchen is incredibly well stocked. Sunny, airy and comfortable, with the big, wrap around deck with BBQ extending the space to the outdoors. The living room is spacious and bright, with comfy couches, arching windows and a gas fireplace. While there is no view of the water from here, you can hear the ocean, and it's just a short, easy stroll to the beach. The house is wonderfully decorated with a coastal theme, complete with gigantic glass floats. The house is in good condition, and although there are a couple of cosmetic things that need attention, we never felt like we had to be overly cautious. Those staying on the ground floor have lots of stairs to get to the living space on top, so some buns were in a bit better shape for having stayed there. It was a great place to just relax into and enjoy! We definitely plan to come again. My only suggestion would be to replace the shelves on the fridge door and make improvements to the area around the hot tub. It could use more pavers and a stable step and handrail to help people get in and out. And we never did find a cookie sheet, but that might have just been an oversight on our part."
    Guest: Robin Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 22, 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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