Astoria, OR, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Astoria

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The SpaceThis is a private one bed/bath studio set up for up to three guests. There is a queen bed and a twin daybed. wireless internet, local coffee in room, views of the Columbia and ships on the river, quiet neighborhood with a access to town through the RiverWalk (or driving). I live in the front of the house and you visit in the back; we each have separate quarters. I will greet you when you arrive, and then am available if you need or want anything. If you are new to town, I am happy to make recommendations for things to do and places to eat. Alderbrook is a charming neighborhood, located on the east end of Astoria at the end of the Riverwalk. It is a historic fishing community on the Columbia River. One of the things that makes this place so special is the kind and generous neighbors, so please be respectful of them. The RiverWalk--a walking and bike path that runs the length of Astoria along the river-- is close by. It's ~2mile bike or walk to town. And it is lovely, travelling on old railroad trestles out over the river. There is also a bus stop 2 blocks away that runs M-F. Guest Accesswireless internet, local coffee in room, views of the Columbia and ships on the river, quiet neighborhood with a access to town through the RiverWalk (or driving). Interaction with GuestsI live in the front of the house and you visit in the back; we each have separate quarters. I will greet you when you arrive, and then am available if you need or want anything. If you are new to town, I am happy to make recommendations for things to do and places to eat. The NeighborhoodAlderbrook is a charming neighborhood, located on the east end of Astoria at the end of the Riverwalk. It is a historic fishing community on the Columbia River. One of the things that makes this place so special is the kind and generous neighbors, so please be respectful of them. Getting AroundThe RiverWalk--a walking and bike path that runs the length of Astoria along the river-- is close by. It's ~2mile bike or walk to town. And it is lovely, travelling on old railroad trestles out over the river. There is also a bus stop 2 blocks away that runs M-F. Other Things to NoteThe house is perched on a hill, and access requires walking up 1.5 flights of stairs from the street. You'll be rewarded with the view.
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Excellent
121 reviews
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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Excellent
160 reviews
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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Excellent
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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Good
65 reviews
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The SpaceNice clean room in old craftsman house, built 1919. Hardwood floors, lots of light, closet. Art on walls. Cosy double sized bed. Guest AccessGuests will have access to two bathrooms, one with bath, one shower. Kitchen and living room. Front yard, deck & porch. Laundry facilities are also available. Interaction with GuestsI would not expect much interaction with tenants, everybody is busy & works a lot, but residents are cool & friendly, & you will probably meet them in the kitchen, or deck, etc. in passing. The NeighborhoodNeighborhood is on the end of street, relatively quiet neighborhood, and house feels very private, because it faces the woods & river. It is a very safe neighborhood, I have been living here almost 20 years, and have had no problems with crime or theft. Getting AroundPublic transit is not convenient, but taxis are available. The house is about a 10 minute walk to downtown Astoria. Other Things to NoteCoffee & tea will be available in the morning, complimentary! But you may have to make it yourself!
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The SpaceWatching the ships pass by is amazing from the living room and the sun porch of this home. Great restaurants, coffee shops, and shopping are all in walking distance. Catch the trolley right across the street for the day and see all of Astoria without the hassle of driving. This is a charming, very clean, and well kept home. Guest AccessTo the entire home. Interaction with GuestsPlease communicate by phone or computer. However, I live very close to the home and am available in case of an emergency. Getting AroundAcross the street from the house is a trolley stop that will take you around Astoria.
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My home is located on the south side of Astoria with a wonderful view of Youngs Bay. A sitting area in the living room is for to enjoy. Off street parking is available. All utilities are included. The bedroom is for one person. No pets, please.
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The SpaceThis apartment located in an historic ca. 1900 building, originally built for the fishermen who plied the Columbia River for salmon, is located almost in the heart of Astoria, the first US settlement West of the Rockies. The apartment is suitable for 1 or 2 adults. Don't expect modern, it is an old building, with comfortable furnishings, not fussy, not matchy-matchy. Expect "patina of age" which some call charm or character. Guest AccessGuests are within 1 block of the Trolley that can take them the length of the Water Front, having access to several fine dining establishments, 4 micro breweries, 1 real winery, a restored downtown Theater (originally vaudeville), a short drive to Fort Clatsop, the winter encampment of Lewis & Clark . Step out of the door to history, magnificent scenery, shops and the smell of clean sea air! Interaction with GuestsI enjoy sharing our history and places of interest with our guests, however appreciate their time and privacy. We are a short 5 minutes away and available for help and questions at any time, in person, via email or phone. We want our guests to feel safe and be comfortable, we have installed keyless entry with your own personal code. The NeighborhoodTake a Rain Vacation in Astoria! The neighborhood is ideal for anyone wanting a River experience, watch the huge ships pass by quietly, or small sailboats drifting or fishing boats on their way out to sea. Hear the seagulls and maybe sea lions as they make their way along the river. Walk or bike the RiverWalk or catch the trolley into town, only a few short blocks. On Sundays you will enjoy walking to the Sunday Market (May - Oct) for your locally grown produce, fresh flowers or local souvenirs and artful gifts. Lots of interesting shops, art galleries and antiques, within easy walking distance of the apartment. This apartment is across Marine Drive/Hwy 30, one block from the RiverWalk and Trolley that runs the length of the waterfront. The Hwy coming into town from the West and the East parallels the Columbia River which follows the Lewis & Clark journey. The Art Loft is across the street with an Art Store on the street level. Great restaurants and coffee shops both East and West of the apartment, some menus provided in Guidebook. Getting AroundThe local Trolley best bet is $2 ticket for all day on and off pass along the River Front. Our local bus transit station is 6 blocks away and can take riders down the coast or out to the Lewis & Clark Nat'l Park. Other Things to NoteYou'll find Astoria has a rich history, wonderful period architecture, and great places to dine, I will have current menus available for dining ideas. Although we don't provide a traditional breakfast, we do give you a "starter breakfast" with locally roasted coffee from the Astoria Coffee Company featuring the "Goonie Blend," tea, fruit, juices and usually some kind of baked goods, English muffins or bagels.
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The SpaceThe space is private with it's own entrance. Both bedrooms Have Queen Beds. The Large bedroom Has sitting area with TV, Not really a living room, Also a single cot that can be pulled out if need to sleep 5 Great for Kids. One Bathroom only shower no tub, stocked with all amenities, extra half bath down the hall. Dining area and Kitchen stocked, 2 burner stove no oven but has a microwave and toaster A full laundry room. We have plenty games and toys for kids. You occasionally hear pluming and heat when home walking on floors above you, I have children they do there best. Cleaning and 9% city tax are included in the Price. Sorry but no pets.Even our pets have never been in the space Thanks. Guest AccessYou Have a Laundry Room, Soap provided and Access to the Back yard, Apple trees when in season , small View In the winter, Less in summer when trees fill in but still pretty And a lock box for easy access. Interaction with GuestsYou can meet us if you would like or just wave in passing We are Happy to point out attractions and give Directions. But do leave a map and folder with all this info. And great places to Eat and see. Incase we don't Meet . The NeighborhoodA small river view ,while tucked up on a hill it's about 10 min drive to downtown. A nice Neighborhood to walk around and look at old homes but lots of hills. Welcoming and Safe. And you can sometimes catch the sounds of Sea lions. Getting AroundYou will need a car to get to downtown. If Walking The River walk is down the hill 12 min Goonies house 10 min walk. Public bus or trolley that runs depending on weather And taxies are very affordable in Astoria. But its all up hill on way back. Other Things to NoteYour parking is in front of garage write outside of the rental space for easy access. If you have more then 1 car or a visitor at the end of the drive way about 100 yards is plenty of off street parking.
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The SpaceOriginal Craftsman home with a stunning view in a quiet neighborhood. Perfect for honeymoons, anniversaries, and get-aways. Furnished in antiques and vintage for that retro charm! Not suitable for large groups or events. Guest AccessFull kitchen, garden, deck, and relaxing covered front porch. Washer/Dryer in the basement can be made available for stays over 6 days. Interaction with GuestsCheck-in/check-out. Call or text if you need information immediately. The NeighborhoodQuiet neighborhood of homeowners, quaint town full of Victorian homes. Getting AroundWalk to public transportation, riverfront, supermarket, seasonal trolley to downtown.
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Excellent
55 reviews
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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Excellent
6 reviews
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    A one of a kind Bed and Breakfast suite with a sophisticated urban vibe, located in Astoria, Oregon. We are just a short walk from downtown, the river walk and all Astoria has to offer. Enjoy expansive river and city views and see wild life from your private balcony. Watch storms pass from the sitting room by a cozy gas fire. Amenities Include: king size bed, heated bathroom floor, heated towels, large walk in shower, private balcony,spectacular views of Columbia River and the city of Astoria.
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    The SpaceThis three room suite just got listed in late July. It is managed by Kris and his Thai wife Supakjanat but you can call her Pbong. It includes a sunroom, library, and bedroom. The space gives you privacy and comfort while being in a lavishly decorated national historic landmark room. Guest AccessGuests can hang out in the parlor, dinning room, and kitchen. The bathrooms are shared with the other house guests. The house does have two other guest rooms that can be rented out on occasion. Interaction with GuestsInteraction with the guests is usually during the evenings and mornings. Most of the time the host is around working on the house or neighboring properties. He likes to chat about Astoria and share stories about the historical structures in the area. The NeighborhoodThis Italianate Victorian is situated close to downtown on the same street as the Sunday market. You are within a few blocks from all the local breweries and coffee shops. Getting AroundThe home is located several blocks from downtown. You can walk everywhere from here. If you bring a bike it's nice to ride the river walk. You can also ride the historical trolly. The trolly conductor provides you a good historical presentation of the town. Other Things to NotePlease remove your shoes when entering the house. Please keep noise levels down after 10:00. The bathroom is shared by guests in the neighboring room. No smoking please
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    The Space"Privacy and Proximity" are the key words for this apartment. The whole apartment is yours to relax or enjoy the close proximity to the downtown and the Columbia River nearby---- making this space a wonderful getaway! You will have your own entrance, and only steps away from the Columbia River. Enjoy walking or biking the length of the riverfront, or stay inside and watch the storms, take a Rain Vacation in the cozy living space. Imagine the fisherman stepping off their boats more than a century ago. Guest AccessAt the time of check in we will give your your own key code. The entire apartment is yours to enjoy in peace and privacy, conveniently located near the historic downtown and the Columbia River. Bike, walk or catch the trolley when it is running seasonally. Interaction with GuestsThis apartment is designed as a retreat from the ordinary, we want to meet our guests as they arrive, and happy to have as much or as little interaction as desired. We are only 5 minutes away and are usually available by phone or email whenever needed. I provide coffee/tea/juices and fresh fruit for a "starter breakfast." You can make your own, or make reservations -- lots of very good nearby restaurants and coffee shops. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is ideal for anyone wanting a River experience, watch the huge ships pass by quietly, or small sailboats drifting or fishing boats on their way out to sea. Hear the seagulls and maybe sea lions as they make their way along the river. Walk or bike along the RiverWalk or catch the trolley into town, only a few short blocks. On Sundays you will enjoy walking to the Sunday Market (May - Oct) for your locally grown produce, fresh flowers or local souvenirs and artful gifts. Lots of interesting shops, art galleries and antiques, easily within walking distance of the apartment. This apartment is across Marine Drive/Hwy 30, one block from the RiverWalk and the Trolley that runs the length of the waterfront. The Hwy coming into town from the West and the East parallels the Columbia River which follows the Lewis & Clark journey. The Art Loft is right across the street with an Art Store on the street level. Great restaurants and coffee shops both East and West of the apartment, some menus provided in Guidebook. Getting AroundThe Trolley ticket is $1, or $2 for a day pass when it is running, usually from May through good weather (it is all volunteers). The transit Center is 7 blocks away with both local bus service, and bus service to Portland and beyond. The local "Bikes and Beyond" has bike rentals. See the Guidebook. Other Things to NoteThis is an historic 4-plex, built about 1900, and we suspect it was a boarding house for fishermen as they came off the river. Although we do hope to have most of what you will need, it is old, not modern, described as on the somewhat rustic side. Our guests will enjoy the fact that the long term tenants are mature quiet adults who are respectful of others. You'll find Astoria has a rich history, wonderful period architecture, and great places to dine, I have current menus available for dining ideas. Although we don't provide a traditional breakfast, we do give you a "starter breakfast" with locally roasted coffee from the Astoria Coffee Company featuring the famous "Goonie Blend" coffee, tea, fruit, juices and usually some kind of baked goods, English muffins, or bagels.
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    The SpaceThe bedroom is a decent size and has a closet available for storage. The current bed is a twin with a pillow top mattress (very comfortable). The bathroom has a good shower, tall enough for any height, great water flow and there is always enough hot water! Guest AccessAlong with the bedroom, bathroom, living room, and kitchen spaces, you will have access to a splendid large outdoor deck with a great atmosphere and lovely view of Youngs Bay River and Mt. Hood. Interaction with GuestsSometimes I won't be available for much interaction because I work a full-time job at Costco, but I'd be happy to help as much as I can when I am around! The NeighborhoodThe house is located up a small, secluded road on a dead end. Quiet neighbors on both sides. Other Things to NoteI do have two elderly pets, a cat and a chihuahua. Cat stays mostly outdoors and the dog is shut in a room upstairs when I'm gone.
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    The SpaceSpacious bedroom, table and chairs. Private entrance. Private bathroom. The space is an addition to the house, separated by a curtain and a pocket door. Patio beneath the leafy hillside with occasional deer passing through. Guest AccessPrivate entrance. Parking next to the house. Interaction with GuestsHappy to offer recommendations. You can let us know if you'd like coffee or tea in the morning! The NeighborhoodSweet residential spot just up from town. Nice views and older homes around. Getting Around3 minute walk to town! Other Things to NoteThis is where we would want to stay if we were visiting. The proximity to town is a real plus. We have a collection of local menus and other recommendations to places we dont have menus for. There are many trails around, like the Cathedral tree and up to the column, which is a great over view of the Columbia the Youngs Bay and River all the way to Saddle Mountain, and out to the Ocean.
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    The SpaceThe space is an elegant old mansion that has been restored over the past 30 years. It is a prime example of Italianate architecture. Construction on the building happened around 1880. The room has radiant heat during the cold season, large windows, and tall ceilings. It is minimally decorated in order to show off the grace and form of the room. The bay windows face east giving you the opportunity to enjoy spectacular sunrises. The room shares a bathroom with other guests. Towels and soap are provided. Please bring any special hair products if needed. Guest AccessGuests have access to the lower main level, kitchen, and garden. The basement, attic and family bedrooms upstairs are private. Interaction with GuestsMornings and evenings are common times for interaction. During the day we're usually around working in the property. The NeighborhoodThis location, the "Vortex," is where 12th and Grand meet. The name comes from the fact that Astoria has two 12th and Grand locations. This happened because certain developers in the early days of Astoria's growth couldn't get along. This spot is quiet and comfortable. There's a view from the front lawn and there isn't much traffic. I love it! Getting AroundThere is no public transportation from this point. Everything is walkable. You might like to bring a bike to ride the river walk path or take the historical trolly. You can get loads of information about Astoria on the trolly and it's one of the cheapest entertainment opportunities in town. Other Things to NoteThis is one of Astoria's only downtown mansions. Staying here is an unique experience. If you love historic architecture, this is where you want to stay. Please be aware that you're staying with a family. Sometimes Minntah, the kid of the house, practices her music and plays with her little dog Rascal. She loves to sing and sometime she performs with a group named 3 Leg Torso. Check them out online. No smoking please Please leave shoes at the front door
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    Excellent
    42 reviews
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    The SpaceThere is an open floor plan with big kitchen, vintage stove and fridge, furniture on pads and wheels to make the space flexible and cozy. Both bedrooms have queen size beds with excellent new mattresses/new bedding, each with its own bathroom ( + two small single bed options if needed. The couch folds into a single bed + one other single bed can be set up. Both singles are comfortable/great mattresses/new bedding). Lots of space and room for privacy as well as openness, light, and views that are awesome. Designed to feel warm and inviting with a minimal amount of "stuff" to keep the focus on nature and imagination. Great writers and artists retreat. Families will have fun here too. Toy box! This is my home, and I love to share the beauty. Heads up--you have to climb steps up to this space-- 35 steps total--which is why the view is spectacular. Street parking. Guest AccessYou will have access to a key and directions for the house inside. The host will have the place ready for you. Interaction with GuestsMy host will be available during your stay if you have any questions or issues, and I am available by phone or email as well. I will leave information about the house and also about the area. Because I travel for work, I may or may not be here to greet you. But know that you are welcome. The NeighborhoodAstoria is charming, hilly, victorian, eccentric, and Bohemian. Walking the neighborhoods is great fun. The place is infused with freshness, history, moody skies. Galleries and restaurants line the downtown streets, and the River Walk goes up and down the river for 8 miles (trolley or bike or walk). In 15 minutes you are at a magnificent beach or poking along a back road of lushness and funky spots and places to launch a kayak. Three rivers empty into the Columbia. Great Maritime Museum, history museums, and the Albatross has excellent drinks, classy food, and is open till midnight. Also excellent coffee shops, and the Columbia Cafe is my favorite breakfast spot. Getting AroundThere is a bus that goes past my house. And bus systems that go up and down the coast. Amtrak runs a bus to and from Portland twice daily. There is an Enterprise car rental place. Other Things to NoteNatural beauty abounds. I will have maps of the area--beaches, hikes, etc. + restaurant lists. The food here is exceptional. Great food co-op down the street. Fresh fish off the boats (will include map to fish market). Easy, beautiful kitchen. Everything in the loft-living room is on wheels or moveable for your creative imagination. House is recently renovated, designed as a flex-space for people to enjoy. New furnace, roof, windows, so the place is super cozy, minimal, and well-designed.
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    Excellent
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    The SpaceThe Captain's suite is the penultimate corner penthouse style destination suite in Astoria, Oregon with a stellar view out over the Columbia River Estuary. Guest AccessThe suite, and all common areas on the Pier. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to help you check in and show you around, please note that we will ask you to fill out a registration form and liability release upon check in. If you need anything, help is just a phone call away. The NeighborhoodAstoria has grown from humble beginnings, Astoria is known for tremendous Salmon runs and was the prime location for the fish canning industry in the early 1800's. Our quiet little corner of Astoria is right over the water, literally sitting on wooden pilings over the Columbia River and just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean and the storied "Graveyard of the Pacific". Be sure to visit the Columbia Maritime Museum while in town, voted "Astoria's Best Cultural Attraction". On the Pier, visit Coffee Girl for your morning latte, the Rogue Brewery for lunch or dinner, rent a kayak or stand up paddleboard from Astoria Scuba and Kayak, stop by Prana Massage to soothe those muscles and then park your tired self on a park bench on the back side of the Pier for one of our amazing sunsets. Tomorrow will be even better! Getting AroundAstoria has a wonderful trolley that runs along the waterfront, with Pier 39 at the east end of the line, be sure to take a ride, it's only a buck. Other Things to NoteMilitary and Government Special Rates Available
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    Excellent
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    The SpaceThe Pier 39 Suites are located in the revamped J. O. Hanthorn Cannery at the East end of Astoria, Oregon. Guest AccessThe entire suite, the pubic areas of the Pier. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to help you check in and show you around, please note that we will ask you to fill out a registration form and liability release upon check in. If you need anything, help is just a phone call away. The NeighborhoodAstoria has grown from humble beginnings, founded by John Jacob Astor, America's first millionaire, in 1810, although he never even visited the town that bears his name. It is the western end of the Lewis and Clark Trail and was first visited by the storied pair in 1805. The first U.S. Post Office west of the Rocky Mountains was established in Astoria in 1847. Astoria is known for tremendous Salmon runs and was the prime location for the fish canning industry in the early 1800's. Our quiet little corner of Astoria is right over the water, literally sitting on wooden pilings over the Columbia River and just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean and the storied "Graveyard of the Pacific". Be sure to visit the Columbia Maritime Museum while in town, voted "Astoria's Best Cultural Attraction". On the Pier, visit Coffee Girl for your morning latte, the Rogue Brewery for lunch or dinner, rent a kayak or stand up paddleboard from Astoria Scuba and Kayak, stop by Pranda Massage to soothe those muscles and then park your tired self on a park bench on the back side of the Pier for one of our amazing sunsets. Tomorrow will be even better! Getting AroundAstoria has a wonderful trolley that runs along the waterfront, with Pier 39 at the east end of the line, be sure to take a ride, its only a buck. Other Things to NoteThe suite is rated as a double occupancy. There is a $15 charge per additional person.
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    The SpacePrivate Space The private space consists of a bedroom with a queen bed and large closet, a sitting room facing the garden with a comfortable couch and armchairs, cable TV, DVD and VCR players and Netflix. The bathroom has a tub/shower. The suite is bright and airy. Linens and basic toiletries, as well as light bathrobes, are provided. There is not a private entrance. Guests enter through the sun porch, in the back of the house, into shared space. The private space (bedroom, sitting room and bathroom) is separated from the shared space by a short hallway. Shared Space Shared space includes the kitchen with a dinette table facing the garden, a microwave, toaster, coffee pot, and hot water pot. Guest space is provided in the refrigerator and cupboard. Dishes and utensils are supplied. Guests are also welcome to use the dining room with a view of the river and the bridge. There is also a table on the sun porch as well as couches and swings. In good weather, the patio is furnished with chairs and chaises. For coffee with an incredible view, or just for the view, there is a bench situated high up in the back of the property with a wooden stairway for access. Additional Amenities: Free Wi-Fi. Easy access parking in a long, flat, wide driveway. Cereal, bread for toast and other cold or micro wave breakfast foods and snacks provided. Guest AccessThere is not a private entrance. Guests enter through the sun porch in back of the house into shared space. Shared space includes the kitchen with a microwave, toaster, coffee pot, and hot water pot. Additional cooking facilities are NOT available. Guests are encouraged to enjoy the sunporch, patio and yard. Interaction with GuestsI enjoy meeting and interacting with guests. I also respect their privacy. I am available to help with tourist advice and general inquiries. My private space is upstairs. The NeighborhoodIt is a quiet residential neighborhood in the Upper Town section of Astoria. There is no through traffic. The Goony House is a few blocks away as is the school that was used in the Kindergarten Cop. Downtown Astoria is a mile and half west. Getting AroundDowntown Astoria is a mile and half west. A short but steep walk down the hill will bring you to Safeway and the Riverwalk leading east to Pier 39 or further, and west to downtown, the Maritime Museum, and on to the Port of Astoria. A restored trolley runs along the Riverwalk. Taxis are available and reasonable. Other Things to NoteA quiet, serene spot just minutes from downtown Astoria. The house is a 50’s bungalow situated at the top of a hill where the street ends at the entrance to the city woods. There is no through traffic. It is quiet and peaceful. The property is surrounded by city woods. The backyard, a third of an acre, is a private park with a great view of the Columbia River and the Astoria Bridge. The deer and many birds and butterflies enjoy the flowering plants. A glassed in sun porch and a patio provide comfortable areas to relax and enjoy the garden. There is a large, level driveway to accommodate off street parking. The entrance through the sun porch has only a few stairs allowing easy access.
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    The SpaceThe Pier 39 Suites are located in the revamped J. O. Hanthorn Cannery at the East end of Astoria, Oregon. Guest AccessThe entire suite, the pubic areas of the Pier. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to help you check in and show you around, please note that we will ask you to fill out a registration form and liability release upon check in. If you need anything, help is just a phone call away. The NeighborhoodAstoria has grown from humble beginnings, founded by John Jacob Astor, America's first millionaire, in 1810, although he never even visited the town that bears his name. It is the western end of the Lewis and Clark Trail and was first visited by the storied pair in 1805. The first U.S. Post Office west of the Rocky Mountains was established in Astoria in 1847. Astoria is known for tremendous Salmon runs and was the prime location for the fish canning industry in the early 1800's. Our quiet little corner of Astoria is right over the water, literally sitting on wooden pilings over the Columbia River and just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean and the storied "Graveyard of the Pacific". Be sure to visit the Columbia Maritime Museum while in town, voted "Astoria's Best Cultural Attraction". On the Pier, visit Coffee Girl for your morning latte, the Rogue Brewery for lunch or dinner, rent a kayak or stand up paddleboard from Astoria Scuba and Kayak, stop by Pranda Massage to soothe those muscles and then park your tired self on a park bench on the back side of the Pier for one of our amazing sunsets. Tomorrow will be even better! Getting AroundAstoria has a wonderful trolley that runs along the waterfront, with Pier 39 at the east end of the line, be sure to take a ride, its only a buck. Other Things to NoteThe Boat Puller's Suite is on the second floor and there is not an elevator, guests must be mobile and able to climb stairs. Free parking is provided. The suite is rated as a double occupancy. There is a $15 charge per additional person.
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    The SpaceLocated just off the front door entrance, this space was considered the old drawing room. The tall ceilings, light fixtures, bay windows, and period wood work make this space special. The tall wooden paneled pocket doors divide the space from the living room. The bathroom used for this space is shared and located off the teak floored kitchen. The bathroom is small and very historical. Guest AccessGuests have access to the kitchen, living room, dinning room, and parlor room. The upper level bedrooms are occupied by other guests or family. Interaction with GuestsMornings and evenings are good interaction times. The NeighborhoodStaying in this house is unique because it is one of the only mansions located in downtown Astoria. The home is a national register landmark and is a prime example of Italianate architecture. Most of the exterior is western red cedar, red wood, and Douglas fir. Getting AroundThe best way to get around from this location is by foot. The home is located three blocks from downtown and where Sunday market starts. If you have a bike, you might want to bring it and ride the river walk. Another good ride is the historical trolly. Taking this ride will be very informative. Other Things to Note-The bathrooms are shared. -please take off your shoes when entering the house. -Please clean up in the kitchen when you finished. -Quiet time is from 10pm-6:30am. -no smoking please -Please be aware that there is a nine year old child in the house that likes to play with her puppy and key board. Sometimes she'll also sing while playing in her room.
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    The SpacePrivacy, amenities, superb breakfast, toiletries, plush robes bathroom with shower for two, heated floors refreshment and assorted teas in suite Guest AccessPrivate entry, entire space and grounds Interaction with GuestsWhen you arrive and when breakfast is served or at guests request. The NeighborhoodVery quiet, and short walk to down town. Getting AroundYes short walk to transit or downtown shops and restaurants, breweries or river walk or trolley. Other Things to NoteHost will be onsite at all times for your convenience..
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    The SpaceThe Pier 39 Suites are located in the revamped J. O. Hanthorn Cannery at the East end of Astoria, Oregon. Guest AccessThe entire suite, the pubic areas of the Pier. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to help you check in and show you around, please note that we will ask you to fill out a registration form and liability release upon check in. If you need anything, help is just a phone call away. The NeighborhoodAstoria has grown from humble beginnings, founded by John Jacob Astor, America's first millionaire, in 1810, although he never even visited the town that bears his name. It is the western end of the Lewis and Clark Trail and was first visited by the storied pair in 1805. The first U.S. Post Office west of the Rocky Mountains was established in Astoria in 1847. Astoria is known for tremendous Salmon runs and was the prime location for the fish canning industry in the early 1800's. Our quiet little corner of Astoria is right over the water, literally sitting on wooden pilings over the Columbia River and just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean and the storied "Graveyard of the Pacific". Be sure to visit the Columbia Maritime Museum while in town, voted "Astoria's Best Cultural Attraction". On the Pier, visit Coffee Girl for your morning latte, the Rogue Brewery for lunch or dinner, rent a kayak or stand up paddleboard from Astoria Scuba and Kayak, stop by Pranda Massage to soothe those muscles and then park your tired self on a park bench on the back side of the Pier for one of our amazing sunsets. Tomorrow will be even better! Getting AroundAstoria has a wonderful trolley that runs along the waterfront, with Pier 39 at the east end of the line, be sure to take a ride, its only a buck.
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    The SpaceCharming two bedroom suite. Full kitchen, 3/4 bath. Very clean. Small view of the river from the front bedroom, slight view from the other bedroom. Small back patio with bistro table and chairs. Guest AccessLock box for easy access and plenty of parking. Interaction with GuestsPlease contact me by texting or calling. I live nearby and can be reached in an emergency. Getting AroundAcross the street, you can catch the trolley which will take you around Astoria without having to drive.
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    The SpaceQueen size bed, private full bathroom, kitchenette with fridge, keurig, toaster, breakfast table. Free Wifi. No TV available. There is plenty of parking if you are bringing your boat and the John Day boat launch is just 5 miles away. Guest AccessJust let us know when you plan to arrive and we will have a key waiting for you. Check in is anytime after 2pm and check out is 11am. If you need a later check out that can be arranged as long as we don't have other guests checking in. Interaction with GuestsWe look forward to meeting you, greeting you, give you the key to your room, answer and then let you enjoy your getaway to the coast! The NeighborhoodWe live in The Knappa/Svenson area about 10 miles east of Astoria in the country side. You will enjoy seeing deer, eagles, herons, and other wildlife around. Occasionally you will find a herd of elk bedded down along the creek side or in the field. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation. Other Things to NoteWe have 5 acres of field and meadow for you to enjoy. Bring your boots and take a walk to the creek.
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    78br hotel
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    Situated on the waterfront, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Astor Street Opry Company, Oregon Film Museum, and Flavel House Museum. Astoria Riverfront Trolley and Heritage Museum are also within 1 mi (2 km).