Where to Stay in the Pacific Northwest

We were born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, and even after circling the globe and finding amazing places and stories, we’re still as proud as ever of own beautiful back yard here on the Western edge of North America. If you find yourself in search of a place to stay while exploring Oregon (and its beautiful neighbors!), take a look through our list of Favorite Accommodations in the Pacific Northwest. Happy planning & dreaming!


ENDLESS SEA
Yachats, Oregon
Private Oceanfront Beach House on the Central Oregon Coast

Our Favorite Amenities: The huge wall of windows overlooking the bluff above the Pacific Ocean. Group accommodations for up to 14 people: we’ve made some of our best memories with our favorite people at this ocean front spot.
Setting: Ten minutes’ drive south of Yachats, Oregon, on the Central Oregon Coast.
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PANA-SEA-AH BED AND BREAKFAST
Depoe Bay, Oregon
Friendly (& Delicious!) B&B on the Oregon Coast

Our Favorite Amenities: The “Free Game Bar” stocked well with all sorts of tempting goodies.
Setting: On a quiet street just south from downtown Depoe Bay, Oregon.
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CRYSTAL CRANE HOT SPRINGS
Burns, Oregon
Private Rustic Cabins and Soaking Tubs in Eastern Oregon’s High Desert

Our Favorite Amenities: Gotta be honest: we were staying nearby at my grandpa’s cabin, so we didn’t book accommodations at the hot springs on the original trip, but we’re going back… Cabins for less than $60/night, and two-person teepees with private soaking tubs for $20/night? Yes, please!
Setting: In Eastern Oregon, outside of Burns, Oregon. If you’re in the area, check out the Fort Harney Cemetery and the Pete French Round Barn.


ADRIFT HOTEL AND SPA
Longbeach, Washington
Sustainability meets affordability meets beachfront chill.

Our Favorite Amenities: It’s a toss up between ocean-vista dining at the upstairs restaurant, Pickled Fish, or splitting room service orders of their enormous desserts.
Setting: Just a few hundred yards inland from the sandy stretch of Longbeach, Washington’s coastline, and about a half an hour drive from Astoria, Oregon, across the mouth of the Columbia River.


THE SOLAR LOOKOUT TOWER
Terrebonne, Oregon
A privately owned tower above the treetops near Central Oregon’s Smith Rock State Park.

Our Favorite Amenities: Amazing sunrises and sunsets from the 360 degree panoramic third story deck and windows.
Setting: Half an hour from Bend, Oregon (forty minutes from Sisters Coffee Company!), and just ten minutes from Smith Rock State Park in Central Oregon.


This article is part of our Where to Stay series featuring beautiful B&Bs, vacation homes, hotels, and one-of-a-kind spots around the world. As always, all opinions, photos, and stories are our own; many thanks to our kind hosts and partners along the way. It was our pleasure to experience your kindness and hospitality!

 

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