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Recent Northern Coast property reviews

  • Wonderful 4 day visit!

    "My family just returned from a four day stay at this house. We had 6 adults and 5 children, ages 4-12. The house was well equipped with games, lots of beds for sleeping, as well as a well stocked kitchen and pantry. We did some unplanned cooking and were pleased to find everything we needed in the pantry (which we replaced before leaving). The beach nearby is now my favorite Oregon beach because it is very long and relatively un-crowded. The house also had clamming shovels and buckets, giving us our first clamming experience. Checking in and put was made easy by the owner's clear instructions. It was a very enjoyable experience for us all."
    Guest: Sue M. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 10, 2014
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  • Nice but not quite as advertised

    "The house was as advertised but second 1/2 bath was hard to find until we went out to the back porch with all the cleaning supplies and found a doorway somewaht hidden.. You wouldn't want to use it unless desperate. The wi fi didn't work and we called the owner in Canada. She didn't know what to do and said she could call provider, and it seemed too big a hassle so we tried to use a wi if in the neighborhood that didn't have a lock. Went to bin where there were supposed to be towels for dogs but nothing was there. Other than these items and that the actual ocean was two blocks up a steep hill, it was great.vvthe kitchen was pretty well stocked with dishes and utensils and all appliances were fine. The owner seemed like the nicest agreeable person, just not familiar with her house."
    Guest: Getaway girls Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 2, 2014
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  • Restful and relaxing retreat!

    "We planned a quick two couple retreat on the bay. The house accommodated both couples ideally with room upstairs and down (you can literally fit three adult couples downstairs). The "natural" views were quite apparent with a lovely enclosed deck, blue herons, deer, and numerous wildlife visible. The house was well equipped with every sort of cookware, decks of cards, a baby gate, and all the necessities. This property could easily be a five-star for most: As mentioned in other reviews, the only shower is downstairs among the many bedrooms which can be inconvenient. Additionally, it was a busy coastal weekend so the property was not cleaned upon our arrival and we didn't get to check-in until after 4. Our last "issue" was although the house looks well loved, if very pet-friendly, and has award winning views, simple things like working light bulbs and general cleanliness were noticeable."
    Guest: Wolfer Date of Stay: August 2013 Review Submitted: August 21, 2013
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  • Perfect in every way

    "Paradise Found was even more than we hoped for. It proved to be a perfect setting for our multigenerational family vacation allowing for games and crafts at the dining room table, naps in the living room, landscape painting from the beach deck, morning office work in the den, gourmet meals from the well-equipped kitchen, games galore, successful beach combing for sand dollars and daily contemplations at sunset. There is space enough for everyone to do what they feel like doing, when they feel like doing it. It is even a sufficiently long enough walk along the beach to justify daily ice cream cones in Neskowin, our only "meals" out all week long. We hope to stay longer next year."
    Guest: Carol L. K. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 28, 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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