About the property
- House2300 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Mininum Stay2 - 4 nights
4 Bed 3 Bath, Walk to Yaquina Bay Front, Sleeps 8 people-Great Kitchen & Deck
From the minute you walk into A Slice of Newport you will feel at home. It is spacious and open with lots of windows to bring in natural light and to watch the weather. An occasional Stellar Jay will show up in the backyard as well as Hummingbirds. The open floor plan is perfect for a group and the pocket doors allow some privacy or a noise barrier so you can be enjoying separate activities. The main living area has an open concept floor plan. The kitchen opens to the living room making it ideal for entertaining large groups or family gatherings. It is fully equipped with everything you need to prepare meals of any kind including a full pantry of spices and some staples. This home has 4 bedrooms, including 3 with Queen size beds and 1 with 2 Twin beds. Three full bathrooms allow everyone to get ready easily. The flat screen T.V. has surround sound and a DVR filled with a good number of assorted movies to watch. Games and jigsaw puzzles are available to help entertain you. If you feel like reading we have a large number of books for you to enjoy. The house will sleep 8 and there is a dining table large enough to seat everyone at one time. There is a store south of the bridge on the West side of the road, watch for a big sign that says CRAB, they can boil your crabs that you catch in the bay. (Newport is the Dungeness Capital of the World) The deck also has a picnic table and a gas grill. In the yard we have a table that can double as a fire pit. Wood is provided so you can enjoy a fire in the evenings when things cool down. If you love Oysters there is an Oyster Farm just 6 miles north along the Bay Front Road, which is a beautiful drive.
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- Calendar last updated:
- Mar 19, 2018
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Feels like home!
This was our second time staying here with friends. It's a very accommodating home and had everything we needed plus plenty of room and good location.
So happy you enjoy our home!
Spacious and well-equipped
This was our second stay at this house- great for a group of 6-8 people. The house is very well-equipped and clean, with lots of common space for hanging out. While not on the beach, it is close to the bayfront and centrally located in town. The owner Nancy is quick to respond and a delight to interact with. Thank you!
The property was awesome and in a great location. The layout of the house was ideal for our group of 7 people. We went crabbing during the day, walked downtown from the house. Had a great time. We are looking forward to staying again
So delighted you enjoyed your stay! Looking forward to having you again!
Beautiful big windows and spacious area for entertaining
We loved watching the rainstorm through the big windows. 2 living rooms make it ideal for sharing with kids. We were pleasantly surprised as the house was much nicer than photos suggest. How lovely to be greeted with a complimentary bottle of wine! We will be back :)
Great place to stay
We had a great stay and plan on coming back next year for guys weekend. Very spacious and accommodating place to stay. Thank you Nancy for letting us enjoy your house for the weekend!
In one word WOW
From the moment we walked in and took the tour we knew this house was amazing. Every room tastefully decorated and comfortable. We loved the full kitchen and having tools you rarely find-pasta maker, shell shucker, rolling pin. Definitely something for every taste. We were in town for a funeral the 5 of us. It was nice to have a comfortable place to come back to during a rough time. Coming from the east coast we had no idea what to expect. We looked forward to using the firepit but it NEVER stopped raining long enough. But we enjoyed the living room and the big country kitchen for prepping meals and standing around visiting.
We would love to come back if we ever make it to the west coast again!
We try to keep the house as comfortable as we would have it for ourselves.....glad you found some comfort in a difficult time, Glad you had room to be together.
Things to do in Newport!!! Hatfield Marine Science Center-A series of informative exhibits at the Hatfield Marine Science Center gives visitors a glimpse of hot topics in contemporary marine science research. Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area- Soaring more than 93 feet in height, this is the tallest lighthouse on the Oregon coast. This is a great hiking area. Yaquina Bay Lighthouse- Nineteenth-century lighthouse is one of a few on the Pacific coast that was built with the light-keeper's quarters in the same building. Newport’s Historic Bay Front- Wharf –Piers- Boardwalks –Shops- Restaurants- Oregon Coast Aquarium - Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Oregon Coast Aquarium- Immerse yourself in the mysteries of the ocean. The Oregon Coast Aquarium is a world-class marine educational attraction nestled on beautiful Yaquina Bay in Newport, Oregon. The Aquarium is a living classroom for all learning styles and ages. As one of Oregon's top tourist attractions, the Aquarium is a vital educational resource for the state, with over 40,000 students visiting the aquarium each year. The Aquarium strives to be a center of excellence for ocean literacy and plays an active role in conservation and animal rehabilitation efforts. Recognized both locally and nationally for its outstanding exhibits and educational programs, the Aquarium is the 2011 and 2012 recipient of the 'Best Tourist Attraction' and 'Best Summer Camp for Kids' awards from the citizens of Lincoln County, Oregon. Parents Magazine, Forbes Traveler, USA Today, 10 Best(dot)com and Coastal Living named the Oregon Coast Aquarium among the top ten in the nation. The Portland Business Journal listed the Aquarium as one of the top five education-based nonprofits in the state and Spirit Magazine called Passages of the Deep 'The coolest 50 yards on the Oregon Coast. Devil’s Punch Bowl State Park- This is an incredible view... you don't get to walk down to it. You observe from the top. It used to be a cave and the top fell in... absolutely amazing to look at. There is a walk way that takes you around for a view of the ocean to the south that you see surfers. There are also tables to have a nice lunch with an awesome view. Great Wine shop there too! Yaquina Bay Bridge- This bridge is deco and the detail used when constructing it is what is lacking today---flare. Don't miss the fact you can walk across the bridge at sunset or walk under the bridge from both sides. Take the drive toward Toledo at sunset or ride a bike, the light and sunset are amazing at that time. Fisherman’s Memorial Sanctuary- Monument located in Yaquina Bay State Park that memorializes mariners who lost their lives at sea.