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Recent Southern Coast reviews

  • Congratulations! You've found a dog lover's heavenly vacation house.

    "All of our activities were geared toward having the dogs with us while enjoying the beauty of the Southern Oregon coast. If your goal is similar, this is what you need to know about this perfect property. *Tile or wood flooring throughout (with the exception of the 2-bed suite) *Convenient outdoor hoses so you can wash your dog thoroughly after playing on the beach. (I brought my own dog towels but they had a few in the garage too) *Home sits on a large lot AND is adjacent to the Devils Kitchen State Park parking area with additional large grassy areas. LOTS of room to play fetch and sniff right out the front door. *There are two paths to the beach and both are short and easy. Most other properties have much longer walks and many include lots of steep stairs. *From 'your' beach it is 1.67 mi north to the beginning of the most photographed section of the Oregon coast. I ran there every morning from right out the front door with the dogs and I practically had it all to myself. *The beach allows dogs off-leash as long as you can control your dog verbally. This means no chasing birds or approaching others. From May to Sept you can only go south on this beach .7 miles (to the China Beach parking area) with a dog. Beyond there are 12 miles of western snowy plover protected nesting habitat that you can't enter with a dog. But there's lots of room to go north....and it's beautiful. *If you want to visit the Redwoods (2.5 hrs away) know that your dog is only allowed in the campground areas. They are NOT allowed on any trails in either the State or National Redwood Parks. (Bummer I know but next time I'd take a tent a spend one night.) *29 miles to the south you can hike with your dog at Humbug Mountain State Park. It's enchanting and quiet. You can hike the coastal or inland sides of the mountain and it's only about 2.5 mi one way. *The garage of this home is spotless and dog-safe and can be used to leave your pet (for a very short time) if need be. *From a dryer climate? Check your dogs ears often for yeast infections. (Monistat (over the counter women's product) works great at clearing it up) It will be tough to top this property as a perfect 'pup paradise' for a week. I'm ready to go back!"
    Guest: Tracey R. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 4, 2014
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  • Lovely cool summer at the cottage

    "We have so enjoyed two extended stays at Annie's cottage! Annie and Paul are very hospitable hosts who include all the necessary bathroom, kitchen, and bedroom amenities. There's no sense of stinginess, but rather a warm generous welcome exemplified by top quality towels, sheets, and delicious chocolates from the local Cranberry Sweets store. Before we even enter the house we enjoy hearing the sounds of their garden - the rushing water of the small stream and the twittering of the rufous hummingbirds as they fly in to drink from the fuschia. It's a comfortable, clean, peaceful place in an excellent location. Everything is nearby: the coast and Charleston to the south, dunes to the north, and the town in between. It's a short easy drive to scenic walks along the ocean from Sunset Bay State Park to Cape Arago. We never tired of walking along the cliffs and watching the waves, seals, cormorants, and pigeon guillemots. Another highlight was kayaking the calm waters of the South Slough. South Coast Tours provided the kayaks plus a friendly experienced guide. And the dunes, especially on the John Dellenback Dunes Trail, were spectacular. Well, our interests were birding, hiking, photography, reading, kayaking, and swimming and this was the perfect place for all of that. How fortunate that the Coos Bay/ North Bend area isn't touristy and is alive year round. This meant for us on an extended stay that it had 2 outstanding public pools, 2 public libraries, a great gym, a bookstore, supermarkets with organic food, a thriving farmer's market, 2 fine museums... Annie and Paul were readily available and helpful whenever we had any questions and were a great resource for "what to do" and "where to go" in the area. They went the extra mile in ensuring our comfort. How relaxing after a day of fresh air, hiking and being outdoors to sit upstairs in the cozy alcove on mission chair recliners and read and look out on the waters of the bay. Thank you Annie and Paul for providing this healing cottage!"
    Guest: AB Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014
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  • rent it!

    "Outstanding home. Very comfy beds. Great view. Fun location for surfing. Road noise can be a small problem if you sleep with windows open; not horrible but noticeable. Good value. Outstanding art work and atmosphere."
    Guest: pk Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 12, 2014
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  • Beautiful Townhome!

    "We stayed this Gold Beach townhome for 2 days and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The beds were very comfortable and the kitchen was well equipped. We were afraid we wouldn't be able to use the spa, but the owner was able to fix it before we arrived. The kids loved it! It was beautifully cleaned and the WiFi was invaluable for our stay. Thank you for having us!"
    Guest: Judy41 Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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Reedsport Travel Tips

Reedsport Vacation Rentals Are in Position to Access Oregon's Coastal Beauty

Right off the scenic Oregon Coast Highway, Reedsport lodging puts you within range of activities to satisfy everyone in your group. Near Winchester Bay and Salmon Harbor, where the Umpqua River meets the ocean, Reedsport offers access to both fresh and salt water related pursuits, as well as proximity to the famous Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area and its ocean vistas.

The National Recreation Area's forty mile stretch houses dozens of miles of hiking trails, sandy off-road vehicle sites for ATV enthusiasts, and thirty lakes with freshwater boating, fishing, swimming, and wildlife viewing. Visit the ODNRA visitor center right near your Reedsport lodging for information on how to rent a dune buggy, trail recommendations, and tips on when to go and how to enter. Advice from the locals is worth following, and booking Reedsport vacation rentals instead of a hotel room is also great advice. Get more space for less money and enjoy your Oregon coast vacation even more.

Cast Your Line from Reedsport Vacation Rentals

Freshwater fishing in the Umpqua River and the dozens of lakes within the ODNRA provide anglers a chance to catch steelhead, rainbow and cutthroat trout, catfish, and more. Winchester Bay, just ten minutes from Reedsport lodging, features inexpensive deep-sea fishing charters where you can reel in large open sea bottom fish, sturgeon, or salmon, or sink your hooks from shore. Crabbers and clam diggers are welcome, too!

Oregon Coast Cottages Are near So Many Great Activities

Winchester Bay is a community where people love the sea, and you can shell search, beach comb, boat, swim, or paint the sunset with locals and tourists alike. The Reedsport Lighthouse flashes red and white along its 65-foot structure, and visitors can tour the lighthouse's interior.

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