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Recent Oregon reviews

  • Nice Place to stay

    "Booked this house for a work retreat. Worked out perfect. Game room in the basement and plenty of room for folks to hang out. Very clean, well stocked kitchen with plenty of needed items for cooking meals. Steps to the beach. Great place for family or work/friends retreat."
    Guest: Steve Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 15, 2015
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  • The most relaxing vacation ever

    "The location was perfect, quiet and comfortable. This place met all our expectations, we have family members come for a few days at a time and the common comment from all of our guests was "this is so relaxing and peaceful. We are already planning our next visit to the Lands End Beach House next year and will extend the length of time we are there."
    Guest: LC Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 6, 2014
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  • I left a chunk of my heart at the Sea Gem

    "My husband and I booked the Sea Gem for our honeymoon and it could not have been more perfect! Cottage is EVEN BETTER than pictured. Such care went into the design - although adorably tiny, the open floor plan and large picture windows make it feel spacious. The beautiful decor flows seamlessly with the breathtaking views. It was clean, modern, ever so comfortable, and high end! (We so appreciated the extra mile the owners went from the luxury sheets to the provided spa-quality shower gel, shampoos, etc, and even going as far as to provide a brand new lufa sponge!) We knew we had the perfect house picked out for a romantic getaway, but never could have understood until we arrived how perfectly situated the house was for adventures up and down the coast. Perfectly positioned close, but not too close, to the bustling fishing town of Newport, we had more wonderful dining and entertainment choices than we had meals or time. We spent half of our week traveling north and south, traveling the scenic coastal highway 101, and spent the 2nd half of our time in perfect, blissful isolation with nothing but the drama of the ocean and wildlife for company. We fell in love with Oregon, with Newport, and my heart is already aching to return to this slice of heaven at the Sea Gem. Winter and Niel are the BEST hosts and thought of it all. I am so grateful to them for sharing this heaven they've created that I'd probably cry if I got to hug them. THANK YOU!"
    Guest: Brooke K. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 30, 2014
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  • Great house, nice and big! No storage. :(

    "This was a great house. It was big enough for 6 adults and two infants. However the two rooms downstairs are fairly small and right next to each other. So if you have infants that fuss and others trying to sleep, it might not be the best. The Master Suite upstairs and nice and big though. The 4 stars is because there is no secure storage for surfboards or bikes. The garage is locked to guests. This is the only downfall otherwise we enjoyed staying here."
    Guest: Ryan Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 24, 2014
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Oregon Travel Tips

Visitors to Oregon Vacation Rentals

Oregon is a destination that has many different attractions. No matter what your interests are, it is almost certain you will find a destination within Oregon that provides the ideal vacation for you. The busy city of Portland has every modern convenience that a major city should have, and Portland vacation rentals are near great shopping, entertainment and an efficient transport system to get around. But perhaps Oregon's best features are the natural landscapes of this vast state. It will particularly appeal to nature lovers and those who have a more adventurous spirit. There are endless activities, ranging from relaxed nature trails to thrilling whitewater rafting trips and challenging rock climbing excursions. For those who want a more relaxed type of vacation, check out Mt. Hood cabins in the mountains or Oregon coast vacation rentals along the rugged coastline and simply soak up the views. In the winter months, the snow skiing enthusiasts have numerous excellent ski regions to choose from. Consistently good snowfall during the winter months provides a long ski season for everyone to enjoy.

Attractions and Activities at Oregon Vacation Houses

Oregon has a wealth of natural and cultural attractions. The state has a strong gold mining history and there are numerous museums that provide insight into the pioneering days. If you enjoy wines and beautiful scenery, make your way to Willamette Valley vacation rentals. Here you can sample wines from the various wineries, and enjoy taking photographs of the scenic landscapes and covered bridges. In the central and southern parts of Oregon, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy a variety of activities. In summertime, some of the most popular outings are mountain biking and hiking. There are literally miles of trails to be explored, beautiful lakes to seek out and breathtaking scenery to take in. The most popular ski region is Mt. Hood where a number of top resorts have miles of groomed trails. The far eastern parts of Oregon are dry desert landscapes. Here you can see old wagon ruts that have been carved into the earth and beautiful canyons.

Getting to Oregon Lodging

In Oregon, the primary travel hub is the capital city of Portland. Portland International Airport hosts regular commercial flights on most North American carriers. It is a modern and efficient airport that has good public transport links to the city. One of the best ways to explore Oregon is to travel by road. A popular touring route is to follow the coastal road that runs in a north-to-south direction. There is also the inland highway route that runs along the western side of the cascades down into California.

Best Time of Year to Travel to Oregon

Oregon is a state known for its scenic beauty and vastly contrasting landscapes. The dramatic coastline with its rugged coves, tall cliffs and persistent mist is a major attraction to be visited. The beauty rarely changes with the seasons but if you want to enjoy seaside activities, summertime is the best season to go. Many vacation homes can be found on the beachfront and tucked away in quiet coves. This is ideal for those who want a quiet vacation destination where they can simply enjoy nature. For the adventurous, summer provides the ideal time to explore the many mountain trails in the Cascades Ranges. There are almost too many activities to choose from and the long summer days are perfect for exploring. In the winter months, you can still enjoy the natural beauty of Oregon. The powdery ski slopes invite all kinds of adventure. Snowmobiling and cross country skiing can be enjoyed on flatter ground. Oregon is the type of vacation destination that can be visited all year round.

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