- Reviews: 174
Landmark Inn: Small, but charming...
This little motel is located on a hill very close to Highway 101, yet on a calm street. Walking distance from the street where most of the popular restaurants and shops in Florence are located. Consideraing the busy area, they still have a nice view from windows, because there are tall trees around the motel. Rooms are small but very clean.
It is a family operated business. Both, husband and wife are very helpfull and friendly. I felt comfortable there.
Breakfast was very good, and in some ways better than in a bigger hotels. They had organic musli (nobody caries this product in chain hotels) which I like very much, good orange juice, very good selection of tea, muffins. Tea and coffee was available during the day, too.
Rooms have microwave and refrigerator.
- Reviews: 1
Driftwood II: Best Campground
The best place to stay if you like ATVing or Dune Buggying. Ride right from your campsite. Clean showers & restrooms, and it is paved. We have a great time everytime. If looking for a little quieter stay, two other campgrounds are within a half mile.
Dune Access, Showers, Clean
- Reviews: 21
Park Motel: Accepts Pets
Clean and affordable. In front of the motel is a really quaint diner that serves a hearty breakfast.
The Park Motel also has cottages for rent. Prices range from $59 to $129.
The rooms are cozy and wood-paneled.
- Reviews: 1
Coast House: Best Place to Kiss
I feel like I shouldn't give away one of our favorite places to escape to, but it wouldn't be nice to keep this place to ourselves. The Coast House is a cedar cabin nestled among the conifers, 300 feet above the Pacific. It may lack telephone and television, but comes with a complete kitchen, a Franklin stove for those chilly nights, and the waves crashing into a chasm at the foot of a gorgeous deck.
When we go there, we leave the house only to get groceries and go tidepooling. Other than this, there is a radio/CD with a nice collection of jazz instrumentals. At night you can watch the fishing boats making the daily haul.
It is likely the most restful place I know. Go there, bring a few good books, and get to know your spouse again.
Lovely cedar house 300 feet above a chasm.
One quarter mile south of Sea Lions Caves.
Ourdoor shower, indoor clawfoot tub overlooking picture window.
Sleeping accomodations include two futon beds, one of which is in a loft over the kitchen and under a skylight.
Utter and complete privacy.
Not suitable for children.
- Reviews: 1082
Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park
We stayed in Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park, which is near Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. Jessie M. Honeyman offers 3 freshwater lakes, 500-ft. high dunes, and direct off-road vehicle access from the campground to the dunes (seasonally). Vehicles on the beach are prohibited during certain periods of the year. Ask at the campground information booth about restrictions.
- Reviews: 2
There is a bed and breakfast 1...
There is a bed and breakfast 1 block west on Bay street. Very cute. Also a Motel just across the street that has a great hot tub.
Motel is around $45/night during winter. $65/night Summer.
Great hot tub. Awesome view of the Siuslaw River.
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