Harbor, OR, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Harbor

Glamping
3br Glamping
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  • Wifi
This glamping site is an RV resort and tipi campground and has three different types of tipis: the 18-foot Buffalo Tipi, the 18-foot Wolf Tipi, and the 22-foot Ceremonial Tipi. Each tipi was blessed by a Native American spiritual leader from the Klamath River Basin and is furnished with futons to be used both as seating and for sleeping. Glampers must bring their own bedding and/or sleeping bags, and it is recommend to pack a more than sufficient amount of both, as the temperatures tend to drop at night.All of the tipis have paved stone floors and come fully decorated. There isn't electricity inside of the tipis, so guests must also bring flashlights and lanterns. The tipis are equipped to withstand heavy rain while keeping glampers dry and warm on the inside. Infrared heating can be added on to the accommodation for an extra $10 per night. There are shared bathroom and shower facilities for all guests of this glamping property to use. Free Wi-Fi is also provided at this site.
Bed & Breakfast
Bed & Breakfast
  • Wifi
OCEANFRONT; lovely suites with private entry. Let soul renewing vistas and sounds of the ocean make this a quiet relaxing getaway. We're just steps to a long sandy beach where you can go for barefoot walks, clamming in season, or collect driftwood, shells and unusual stones. We provide binoculars to watch the birds, seals, otters, and whales. Our beachfront suites are welcomingly and comfortable for adults. No pets. No smoking. Wi-Fi, cable TV/VCR/DVD, ambiance fireplace. Just minutes from Redwood Forests and world class fishing. Continental breakfast no longer included.
Hotel
2br 3-star Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Wifi
Situated in the mountains, this bed & breakfast is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Salmon Run Golf Course and within 9 mi (15 km) of Signatures Gallery and Azalea Park. Chetco Valley Historical Society Museum and Samuel H Boardman State Park are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Hotel
Poor
103 reviews
68br 2-star Hotel
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Brookings, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Crissey Field State Park, Signatures Gallery, and Chetco Point Park. Azalea Park and Chetco Valley Historical Society Museum are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Hotel
102br 3-star Hotel
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  • Swimming Pool
Nestled on the beach, this Brookings hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Sporthaven Beach and Pelican Bay Lighthouse. Azalea Park and Signatures Gallery are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
2 park model manuf cabins with decks that overlook the Chetco River minutes away from the Port of Harbor and the Pacific Ocean...beautifully decorated, complete with everything you need + WIFI, cable TV, phone, shared laundry, perfect get away.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWhat makes the space unique? Everything. You'll see. It's meant to provide a memorable experience for each individual (hence the per-guest rate). She's special in many ways, roomier than the photos can show, with hard-knocks character! Originally the boat was marketed as "The 7-sleeper for 7-footers", but one to four persons is ideal. This vessel was my home for 10 years, 6 years traveling on the high seas. The guest-exclusive bathroom is next to the boat, inside the front door of the house, immediately to the right. Far better than any boat head. Guest AccessThe whole boat, and part of the house. If you are unfit, or afraid of heights, better look elsewhere. Because of the fall risk I have a mandatory liability waiver to sign before boarding (unfortunately)... That said, if you can bike/hike the coast, climbing up and down the OSHA- and ANSI- approved stairway/ladder is child's play - and a bunch of kiddos have already done it... But a boat is a boat and falling overboard, whether in the cold stormy ocean or on the hard ground is... End of story! (I've got a perfect, almost-30-year safety record with crew and guests, and I want to keep it!) Interaction with GuestsUp to the guests. I can give a quick tour of the technicalities, then let the boat speak for itself. Or, if you ask me how the boat got here or what's with that chunk of bow in the yard, I'll tell "the tale of 2 boats" long or short version, or anything in between. The NeighborhoodRight on the Oregon Coast Bike Route and O.C.Trail, close to the beach, close to the California boarder, close to some shopping - convenient and quiet with some ocean view (and St.George's Reef Light in the distance) from the cockpit... Getting AroundI'll lend bikes to hikers, pick-up/deliver folks at/to the bus station, etc. Just ask... Other Things to NoteI biked/hiked/sailed some good stretches myself. In fact I biked (and sailed) from San Francisco to here. So If you're headed south into Cal... just ask...
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceIf you are a lover of the wilderness and looking for total and complete privacy, then the Bluff House is the perfect place for those needing a secluded getaway. The Bluff House is a remote 2.5 acre property, surrounded by the Siskiyou National Forest, overlooking the emerald Chetco River, located 18 miles from the town of Brookings on the Southern Oregon Coast. Warmth, privacy, simplicity & NATURE. Enjoy all of the comforts of home off-grid. Powered by solar panels for energy and hot water. The house observes key green principals of smaller footprint, minimal disturbance to the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape, use of renewable resources, and living simply and minimally. The setting of the house is remote and serene, a quiet refuge from everything, free from distractions. On the edge of total wilderness, the Bluff House is the last residence off the small logging road, and is off-grid. Powered by Solar Energy with a back up windmill and generator, this is a perfect getaway for the artist, writer, muscian, couple or family. You will have river access for fishing, kayaking, swimming and floating. Nearby by trail access, site seeing, hiking, biking, mushrooming & meandering. Come stay in the Pacific Northwest! A true naturesque experience, with all of the comforts of home decorated in a contemporary design. Packing in your own food, condiments etc. is your responsibility although we do provide some staples such as non-perishable condiments, seasonings, spices & paper goods. LIKE US on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)! (URL HIDDEN) ~ Pets are Welcome for a $50 per pet fee ~ Additional Guest Fee: $25/night per add'l guest if more than 5 people ~ Absolutely No Smoking inside or near the house is permitted ~ Eco-Friendly Low Footprint Energy Conscious >>Closest airports: Crescent City, Ca (CEC) 30 miles to Brookings, Medford (MFR) 133 to Brookings Guest AccessIt is recommended that guests arrive before sundown in order to find the house. You will have river access for fishing, kayaking, swimming and floating. Nearby by trail access, site seeing, hiking, biking, mushrooming & meandering. ~ 2 Kayaks & 2 Mountain Bikes are available for rent~ Interaction with GuestsOur interaction with our guests are open to the guests needs, we are located approx. 75 yards from the Bluff House, there to help or to be of guidance, or respecting your privacy. A 2-way radio is available as well as cell-phone communication. The NeighborhoodThis is a remote vacation home location surrounded by Siskiyou National Forest. Other than the wildlife, your closest neighbors are approximately 75 yards downhill from the Bluff House where the caretakers are located. About a mile away is a small neighborhood called the Wilderness Retreat. Information about the town of Brookings, the Chetco River & the Kalmiopsis Wilderness... About Brookings: Often touted as Oregon's Banana Belt, Brookings has weather patterns that deliver some of the warmer temperatures along the Oregon Coast; it's not uncommon to encounter a 70-degree day in January or February. This pleasant climate has been a catalyst for the rebirth of Brookings as a center for the nursery industry. Nearly all of the lilies marketed in the U.S. are cultivated in the Brookings area. A prime spot to take in the floral bounty is Azalea Park, which has 33 acres of native azaleas, some growing here when Lewis and Clark wintered on the Oregon Coast in 1805 and 1806. The revitalization of the park, with the addition of walkways and a charming “Kidtown” play area, was a robust community-led volunteer effort. In springtime the park is replete with blooms, but you'll likely find flowers year-round. The park is also the site of the annual Azalea Festival and Parade, held each Memorial Day weekend. During the third weekend of July, the Southern Oregon Kite Festival takes place. It's known as one of the premier kite-flying events in the country. Art lovers can browse the galleries— including Burtonique Art & Photography, Manley Art Center and Signatures Gallery — or enjoy the monthly Second Saturday Art Walk. The Chetco Valley Historical Society Museum is housed in the 1857 Blake House — the oldest standing building in the Chetco Valley — and features artifacts of 19th-century Oregon pioneer life. The largest Monterey cypress in the state, towering at 130 feet (40 meters), lives on the museum grounds. The Brookings area boasts numerous outdoor diversions, including Harris Beach State Park. Named for George Harris, a Scottish pioneer who raised sheep and cattle here, it features sizable offshore sea stacks, including the largest island on the Oregon Coast. Bird Island is a breeding ground for a variety of species, including the tufted puffin. Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor — a long, narrow park with 12 miles (19 kilometers) of rugged coastline — is named for Oregon's first parks superintendent. Featuring one must-stop scenic viewpoint after another, the park is also home to pocket beaches and offshore sea stacks, including the dramatic Arch Rock and Whaleshead. The beach at Thunder Rock Cove is considered one of the best of the sheltered beaches on the Coast. Walk the Indian Sands Trail through the unusual sculpted sandstone for views of the coastline and rocky islands. Don't miss the stunning view at Cape Ferrelo, named for a Spanish explorer who skirted this area in 1542. For a historical detour, travel 18 miles (29 kilometers) east of Brookings along Forest Service Road 1205, which winds through an old-growth redwood forest, to the site that was hit by two Japanese incendiary bombs during WWII. Inland hiking and river access are available at Alfred A. Loeb State Park on the Chetco River. Just up the road is the 1-mile (1.6-kilometer) Redwood Nature Trail, which connects with Loeb's own Riverview Trail. About the Chetco River: The 44.5-mile designated segment of the Chetco is located within Curry County in southwest Oregon on the Chetco Ranger District of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. The Chetco heads in steep, deeply dissected, sparsely vegetated, mountainous terrain within the Kalmiopsis Wilderness. Over its 55.5-mile length, the Chetco drops from 3,700 feet to sea-level as it empties into the Pacific Ocean between the towns of Brookings and Harbor, about five miles north of the California border. In the upper section, the river floor is fairly narrow and boulder-strewn with numerous falls and rapids. As the river leaves the wilderness, its character gradually changes. The terrain becomes less dissected, the river gradient gradually becomes less steep, the river bottom widens and the surrounding hills become more densely forested. Water quality, the fishery and recreation are the Chetco's outstandingly remarkable values (ORVs). Water Quality: The Chetco's water quality was found to be an ORV based on its striking color and clarity, its ability to clear quickly following storm events, its contribution to both recreation and fisheries, and its contribution of exceptionally pure and clean water for the domestic water supplies of both Brookings and Harbor. Fisheries: The Chetco River fishery, typical of Pacific coastal systems, is dominated by salmon and trout. There are important populations of anadromous winter steelhead, fall Chinook salmon and sea-run cutthroat trout. The Chetco provides excellent spawning and rearing habitat and has some of the highest salmonid smolt returns of any coastal stream in Oregon. Recreation: The Chetco River and its adjacent corridor offer a wide diversity of recreational opportunities. In winter, salmon and steelhead fishing and whitewater kayaking are the primary recreational uses. In summer, fishing, four-wheel driving, swimming, boating, camping, sightseeing and picnicking are the major attractions. The primary fishing season for steelhead and salmon is between November and March. Primary transportation routes within the river corridor are the North Bank Chetco River Road (#1376), the South Bank River Road (#1205) and associated spur roads. Recreationists can access the recreational and scenic river segments and launch boats in several locations, including Miller, Nook, Redwood Riverbars; upper and lower South Fork Camps; the Low-water Bridge Site; Forest Road #(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN); and the dispersed campsite at Steel Bridge. Various trails access the river, both maintained and unmaintained. Mandatory permits are required to float the Chetco for all users year round. Free, self-issuing permits are available at a boat registration station along the North Bank Chetco River Road (Forest Service Road 1376 a short distance past the Forest Boundary). Whitewater boating on the Chetco is restricted by its limited access, high use during the fishing season and availability of other good boating opportunities in the area. Rapids are Class III and below during the summer months under average flows and generally higher during winter months. Summer floating during low water conditions has become an increasingly popular river activity on all river segments. Motorized boat use is not allowed on any river segment. Motorized vehicle crossings of the river are prohibited. Day use of river bars and boat launch sites is free. Fees are required for overnight use at Miller, Nook and Redwood Riverbars, Upper and Lower South Fork Camps and the Little Redwood Campground. A camping fee is also required at Loeb State Park located below the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest boundary. KALMIOPSIS WILDERNESS: The United States Congress designated the Kalmiopsis Wilderness in 1964 and it now has a total of 180,095 acres. This Wilderness includes the headwater basin of the Chetco and North Fork Smith Rivers and a portion of the Illinois River canyon. This is a harsh, rugged area with a unique character. Elevations range from 500 to 5,098 feet (Pearsoll Peak). The area is characterized by deep, rough canyons, sharp rock ridges and clear rushing mountain streams and rivers. Diversity of topography and geology provide excellent habitat for a wide variety of botanical species. Much of this diversity results from plant species adapting to life in harsh soils derived from peridotite and serpentinite rocks. Both are rich in heavy metals such as magnesium, iron, chromium and nickel, which in high amounts, can be toxic to most plants. The diversity of plant habitat has been the result of a combination of geologic forces (uplift, folding and faulting), erosional and depositional forces (glaciation, weather, climate and the action of rivers), and periodic fires. The Kalmiopsis leachiana plant was discovered in 1930 by Lilla Leech in the Gold Basin area. The plant is a relic of the pre-ice age and the oldest member of the Health (Ericaceae) Family. The Kalmiopsis Wilderness was named after this unique endemic shrub. For those with a more serious interest in botany, there is a Plant List for the Kalmiopsis Wilderness available at the Chetco Ranger District, Illinois Valley Ranger District, and Gold Beach Ranger District. Besides being a place of great botanical interest, the Kalmiopsis Wilderness is also one of the most unusual and complex geological areas of our country. The Kalmiopsis is part of the Klamath Mountain geologic province of northwestern California and southwestern Oregon. The eastern half is part of the Josephine "ultramafic" sheet. Ultramafic denotes being very high in iron and magnesium. The western half is underlain by the contorted sedimentary rocks of the Dothan formation and by the igneous intrusive rocks of the Big Craggies. Most of the rocks in this province were formerly parts of the oceanic crust and included serpentine, submarine volcanic flow rocks, intrusive granite-like rocks, and sedimentary rocks such as shale and sandstone. The Wild segments of the Illinois, Chetco and North Fork Smith Rivers flow through the Kalmiopsis Wilderness, providing clear water, fish habitat and water-based recreation in a remote and primitive setting. Lake environments are limited, primarily to Babyfoot Lake on the eastern boundary and Vulcan Lake on the west. Since these areas are readily accessible from nearby trailheads, they do receive a greater amount of day-use visitation. Getting Around4 wheel drive is not required but the last mile to the house is on a maintained dirt road. Other Things to NotePacking in your own food, condiments etc. is your responsibility although we do provide some staples such as non-perishable condiments, some spices, seasonings & paper goods. Holiday weekend 3 day minimum applies to Presidents Day weekend, Valentines Day, Memorial Day Weekend, Independence Day weekend, Labor Day Weekend, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years.
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Bedroom
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The SpaceArky’s B&B and Vacation Rental House Located at the mouth of Smith River, our two houses will bring you the unique experience of living by the west cost of America: Pacific Ocean, seagulls and seals, and of course, the beach. Our garden directly connects to the river. You can take a walk along the bank, say hi to the neighbors, or if you want, to the seals. The Redwood Adventure Park is very close. Go take a walk, listen to the birds, to the trees, and cleanse your mind. We have three bedrooms each with independent bathrooms. We take great pride into making them clean and nice just as the view outside. There are two living rooms that are capable of hosting large parties. There’s a pool table and a bowling track(bowling not available). The property extends to 1 acre around the house, including a mini golf course, and a private helicopter parking space. There is a kitchen and laundry room. We have plenty of parking spots too. The house belonged to a very successful engineer, who built the house with his wife about 40 years ago. We kept the house in great shape and installed new air conditioner system. We are ready to provide you with the best vocation experience in northwest California. The nature is ready too. We are immigrants from China. Which means that we can provide you with amazing Chinese cuisine. If spice is something you like, we can take you onto a journey of Sichuan dishes. Service provided and managed by Arky Yang, LLC B&B --- Arky's Ocean & River front Suit This is the room downstairs that is facing the ocean. It is equipped with a queen size bed. The adjacent room have two twin bed and we can add a air sofa bed for families . These two rooms are great for families. Don’t forget to enjoy all the other deluxe public space too! Close up 1 Smith River is the second cleanest river in the United States (we have no idea what’s the first one). Take your shoes off and step in, and she will refresh you. Close up 2 Everything has a wild side, and Smith River certain isn’t an exception. Close up 3 These are the seals. They are the aboriginal residents in the area, and also our neighbors. They occupy the mouth the river. If you walk along the river, sometimes they will come close and watch you, as if you are their sceneries (how cool is that!). Close up 4 Seagulls and other birds. They are also the aboriginal residents. They use the river as their food truck. Close up 5 These big-mouth creatures aren’t the frequent guests here. They come for vocations for a few days and then take off. They travel between seasons. Sometimes you can see the whales in the telescope. They are seasonal travelers too. Guest AccessEvery things in your room is available for you! At main house, living room and downstairs entaiment facilities are public for guests ( Bowling is not available ) Interaction with GuestsWe are waiting for you , every day and every time when you need :) Our English is not very good, but you can contact to us by text message or Email is very good. We will response quickly :)) Other Things to NoteWe do have total 4 rooms/suite/house for you, maybe you would like more choice. below is our room link: Garden view room in main house 181#: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5934082 Ocean River front Suite in main house 181# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5930001 Ocean River front House 175# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5948685 Ocean View House 12620# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6823371 Thank you very much :) Richard & Ana
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Bedroom
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The SpaceArky’s B&B and Vacation Rental House Located at the mouth of Smith River, our two houses will bring you the unique experience of living by the west cost of America: Pacific Ocean, seagulls and seals, and of course, the beach. Our garden directly connects to the river. You can take a walk along the bank, say hi to the neighbors, or if you want, to the seals. The Redwood Adventure Park is very close. Go take a walk, listen to the birds, to the trees, and cleanse your mind. We have three bedrooms each with independent bathrooms. We take great pride into making them clean and nice just as the view outside. There are two living rooms that are capable of hosting large parties. There’s a pool table and a bowling track(bowling not available). The property extends to 1 acre around the house, including a mini golf course, and a private helicopter parking space. There is a kitchen and laundry room. We have plenty of parking spots too. The house belonged to a very successful engineer, who built the house with his wife about 40 years ago. We kept the house in great shape and installed new air conditioner system. We are ready to provide you with the best vocation experience in northwest California. The nature is ready too. We are immigrants from China. Which means that we can provide you with amazing Chinese cuisine. If spice is something you like, we can take you onto a journey of Sichuan dishes. Service provided and managed by Arky Yang, LLC B&B---Arky's Ocean House,Garden view Room This is another room upstairs that is facing the forests. It is equipped with a queen size bed, and the refreshing vibe from the forest. Make yourself home, and the trees are very welcoming. And all the public areas of the deluxe house is available for you:) Close up 1 Smith River is the second cleanest river in the United States (we have no idea what’s the first one). Take your shoes off and step in, and she will refresh you. Close up 2 Everything has a wild side, and Smith River certain isn’t an exception. Close up 3 These are the seals. They are the aboriginal residents in the area, and also our neighbors. They occupy the mouth the river. If you walk along the river, sometimes they will come close and watch you, as if you are their sceneries (how cool is that!). Close up 4 Seagulls and other birds. They are also the aboriginal residents. They use the river as their food truck. Close up 5 These big-mouth creatures aren’t the frequent guests here. They come for vocations for a few days and then take off. They travel between seasons. Sometimes you can see the whales in the telescope. They are seasonal travelers too. Guest AccessEvery things in our house is available for you! (Except maybe sometime have special notice ) Interaction with GuestsWe are waiting for you , every day and every time when you need :) Our English is not very good, but you can contact to us by text message or Email is very good. We will response quickly :)) Other Things to NoteWe do have total 4 rooms/suite/house for you, maybe you would like more choice. below is our room link: Garden view room in main house 181#: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5934082 Ocean River front Suite in main house 181# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5930001 Ocean River front House 175# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5948685 Ocean View House 12620# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6823371 Thank you very much :) Richard & Ana
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceArky’s B&B and Vacation Rental House Located at the mouth of Smith River, our two houses will bring you the unique experience of living by the west cost of America: Pacific Ocean, seagulls and seals, and of course, the beach. Our garden directly connects to the river. You can take a walk along the bank, say hi to the neighbors, or if you want, to the seals. The Redwood Adventure Park is very close. Go take a walk, listen to the birds, to the trees, and cleanse your mind. We have three bedrooms each with independent bathrooms. We take great pride into making them clean and nice just as the view outside. There are two living rooms that are capable of hosting large parties. There’s a pool table and a bowling track(bowling not available). The property extends to 1 acre around the house, including a mini golf course, and a private helicopter parking space. There is a kitchen and laundry room. We have plenty of parking spots too. The house belonged to a very successful engineer, who built the house with his wife about 40 years ago. We kept the house in great shape and installed new air conditioner system. We are ready to provide you with the best vocation experience in northwest California. The nature is ready too. We are immigrants from China. Which means that we can provide you with amazing Chinese cuisine. If spice is something you like, we can take you onto a journey of Sichuan dishes. Service provided and managed by Arky Yang, LLC Vacation Rental House 175# ---Arky's Ocean & River front House 175# This is an independent house equipped with most of the daily supplies. It contains a bedroom with king size bed and a living room. There are two sofa beds in living room for families. It shares the entertainment areas with main House Close up 1 Smith River is the second cleanest river in the United States (we have no idea what’s the first one). Take your shoes off and step in, and she will refresh you. Close up 2 Everything has a wild side, and Smith River certain isn’t an exception. Close up 3 These are the seals. They are the aboriginal residents in the area, and also our neighbors. They occupy the mouth the river. If you walk along the river, sometimes they will come close and watch you, as if you are their sceneries (how cool is that!). Close up 4 Seagulls and other birds. They are also the aboriginal residents. They use the river as their food truck. Close up 5 These big-mouth creatures aren’t the frequent guests here. They come for vocations for a few days and then take off. They travel between seasons. Sometimes you can see the whales in the telescope. They are seasonal travelers too. Guest AccessEvery things in this house is available for you! (Except maybe sometime have special notice ) Interaction with GuestsWe are waiting for you , every day and every time when you need :) Our English is not very good, but you can contact to us by text message or Email is very good. We will response quickly :)) Other Things to NoteWe do have total 4 rooms/suite/house for you, maybe you would like more choice. below is our room link: Garden view room in main house 181#: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5934082 Ocean River front Suite in main house 181# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5930001 Ocean River front House 175# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5948685 Ocean View House 12620# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6823371 Thank you very much :) Richard & Ana
yacht
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2br yacht
    A very memorable stay for adventurers. Ideal for bicyclists and hikers passing through, but autos and motorcycles welcome too. The good ship "Breta" once circumnavigated the globe and now rests trailer-bound. Circumstances related to the Fukishima Tsunami have placed her high and dry - and perfect for travelers! You'll sleep dreaming of an epic voyage... And if you are considering long ocean passages, or even circumnavigating, staying here is a MUST! Priceless info. awaits...
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    4br house
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    Contemporary ARTISTS RETREAT Eco-Home in Total Privacy If you are a lover of the wilderness and looking for total and complete privacy, then the Bluff House at Chetco River is the perfect place for your vacation. The Bluff House is a remote 2.5 acre property and surrounded by the Siskiyou National Forest, overlooking the emerald Chetco River, located 18 miles from the town of Brookings, Oregon. Warmth, privacy, simplicity & NATURE. Enjoy all of the comforts of home off grid. Fishing, kayaking, biking and exploring. The Bluff House is the last residence in the wilderness, and is off-grid. Powered by Solar Energy with a back up windmill and generator, this is a perfect getaway for the artist, writer, muscian, couple or family. You will have river access for fishing, kayaking, swimming and floating. Nearby by trail access, site seeing, hiking, biking, mushrooming & meandering. ~Packing in your own food, condiments etc. is your responsibility although we do provide some staples such as non-perishable condiments, seasonings, spices & paper goods. ~ Additional Guest Fee: $25/night per add'l guest if more than 5 people ~ Additional Fee for Trailers, Rv's, Campers, Tents ~ Pets are Welcome for a $50. per pet fee ~ No Smoking inside the house is permitted ~ Eco-Friendly Low Footprint Energy Conscious* *Holiday weekend: 3 day minimum applies to Presidents Day weekend, Valentines Day, Memorial Day Weekend, Independence Day weekend, Labor Day Weekend, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. >>Closest airports: Crescent City,Ca (CEC) 30 miles to Brookings,/Medford (MFR) 133 to Brookings !!!KAYAK & MOUNTAIN BIKE RENTAL AVAILABLE!!! The Bluff House is 18 miles up the river (approx. 30 minutes) from the 101 in the town of Brookings, Oregon, the road is well maintained, past the Alfred Loeb State Park. Halfway along the road becomes a single lane forestry road transporting you into the wilderness, transversing alongside the river. There are 2 short gravel areas that are drivable safe for street cars. This is a remote vacation home location surrounded by Siskiyou National Forest. Other than the wildlife, your closest neighbors are approximately 100 yards below where the caretakers/owners are located. About a mile away is a small neighborhood called the Wilderness Retreat. Closest airports: Crescent City,Ca (CEC) 30 miles to Brookings,/Medford (MFR) 133 to Brookings. About Brookings: Often touted as Oregon's Banana Belt, Brookings has weather patterns that deliver some of the warmer temperatures along the Oregon Coast; it's not uncommon to encounter a 70-degree day in January or February. This pleasant climate has been a catalyst for the rebirth of Brookings as a center for the nursery industry. Nearly all of the lilies marketed in the U.S. are cultivated in the Brookings area. A prime spot to take in the floral bounty is Azalea Park, which has 33 acres of native azaleas, some growing here when Lewis and Clark wintered on the Oregon Coast in 1805 and 1806. The revitalization of the park, with the addition of walkways and a charming “Kidtown” play area, was a robust community-led volunteer effort. In springtime the park is replete with blooms, but you'll likely find flowers year-round. The park is also the site of the annual Azalea Festival and Parade, held each Memorial Day weekend. During the third weekend of July, the Southern Oregon Kite Festival takes place. It's known as one of the premier kite-flying events in the country. Art lovers can browse the galleries— including Burtonique Art & Photography, Manley Art Center and Signatures Gallery — or enjoy the monthly Second Saturday Art Walk. The Chetco Valley Historical Society Museum is housed in the 1857 Blake House — the oldest standing building in the Chetco Valley — and features artifacts of 19th-century Oregon pioneer life. The largest Monterey cypress in the state, towering at 130 feet (40 meters), lives on the museum grounds. The Brookings area boasts numerous outdoor diversions, including Harris Beach State Park. Named for George Harris, a Scottish pioneer who raised sheep and cattle here, it features sizable offshore sea stacks, including the largest island on the Oregon Coast. Bird Island is a breeding ground for a variety of species, including the tufted puffin. Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor — a long, narrow park with 12 miles (19 kilometers) of rugged coastline — is named for Oregon's first parks superintendent. Featuring one must-stop scenic viewpoint after another, the park is also home to pocket beaches and offshore sea stacks, including the dramatic Arch Rock and Whaleshead. The beach at Thunder Rock Cove is considered one of the best of the sheltered beaches on the Coast. Walk the Indian Sands Trail through the unusual sculpted sandstone for views of the coastline and rocky islands. Don't miss the stunning view at Cape Ferrelo, named for a Spanish explorer who skirted this area in 1542. For a historical detour, travel 18 miles (29 kilometers) east of Brookings along Forest Service Road 1205, which winds through an old-growth redwood forest, to the site that was hit by two Japanese incendiary bombs during WWII. Inland hiking and river access are available at Alfred A. Loeb State Park on the Chetco River. Just up the road is the 1-mile (1.6-kilometer) Redwood Nature Trail, which connects with Loeb's own Riverview Trail. About the Chetco River: The 44.5-mile designated segment of the Chetco is located within Curry County in southwest Oregon on the Chetco Ranger District of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. The Chetco heads in steep, deeply dissected, sparsely vegetated, mountainous terrain within the Kalmiopsis Wilderness. Over its 55.5-mile length, the Chetco drops from 3,700 feet to sea-level as it empties into the Pacific Ocean between the towns of Brookings and Harbor, about five miles north of the California border. In the upper section, the river floor is fairly narrow and boulder-strewn with numerous falls and rapids. As the river leaves the wilderness, its character gradually changes. The terrain becomes less dissected, the river gradient gradually becomes less steep, the river bottom widens and the surrounding hills become more densely forested. Water quality, the fishery and recreation are the Chetco's outstandingly remarkable values (ORVs). Water Quality: The Chetco's water quality was found to be an ORV based on its striking color and clarity, its ability to clear quickly following storm events, its contribution to both recreation and fisheries, and its contribution of exceptionally pure and clean water for the domestic water supplies of both Brookings and Harbor. Fisheries: The Chetco River fishery, typical of Pacific coastal systems, is dominated by salmon and trout. There are important populations of anadromous winter steelhead, fall Chinook salmon and sea-run cutthroat trout. The Chetco provides excellent spawning and rearing habitat and has some of the highest salmonid smolt returns of any coastal stream in Oregon. Recreation: The Chetco River and its adjacent corridor offer a wide diversity of recreational opportunities. In winter, salmon and steelhead fishing and whitewater kayaking are the primary recreational uses. In summer, fishing, four-wheel driving, swimming, boating, camping, sightseeing and picnicking are the major attractions. The primary fishing season for steelhead and salmon is between November and March. Primary transportation routes within the river corridor are the North Bank Chetco River Road (#1376), the South Bank River Road (#1205) and associated spur roads. Recreationists can access the recreational and scenic river segments and launch boats in several locations, including Miller, Nook, Redwood Riverbars; upper and lower South Fork Camps; the Low-water Bridge Site; Forest Road #1917-067; and the dispersed campsite at Steel Bridge. Various trails access the river, both maintained and unmaintained. Mandatory permits are required to float the Chetco for all users year round. Free, self-issuing permits are available at a boat registration station along the North Bank Chetco River Road (Forest Service Road 1376 a short distance past the Forest Boundary). Whitewater boating on the Chetco is restricted by its limited access, high use during the fishing season and availability of other good boating opportunities in the area. Rapids are Class III and below during the summer months under average flows and generally higher during winter months. Summer floating during low water conditions has become an increasingly popular river activity on all river segments. Motorized boat use is not allowed on any river segment. Motorized vehicle crossings of the river are prohibited. Day use of river bars and boat launch sites is free. Fees are required for overnight use at Miller, Nook and Redwood Riverbars, Upper and Lower South Fork Camps and the Little Redwood Campground. A camping fee is also required at Loeb State Park located below the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest boundary. KALMIOPSIS WILDERNESS: The United States Congress designated the Kalmiopsis Wilderness in 1964 and it now has a total of 180,095 acres. This Wilderness includes the headwater basin of the Chetco and North Fork Smith Rivers and a portion of the Illinois River canyon. This is a harsh, rugged area with a unique character. Elevations range from 500 to 5,098 feet (Pearsoll Peak). The area is characterized by deep, rough canyons, sharp rock ridges and clear rushing mountain streams and rivers. Diversity of topography and geology provide excellent habitat for a wide variety of botanical species. Much of this diversity results from plant species adapting to life in harsh soils derived from peridotite and serpentinite rocks. Both are rich in heavy metals such as magnesium, iron, chromium and nickel, which in high amounts, can be toxic to most plants. The diversity of plant habitat has been the result of a combination of geologic forces (uplift, folding and faulting), erosional and depositional forces (glaciation, weather, climate and the action of rivers), and periodic fires. The Kalmiopsis leachiana plant was discovered in 1930 by Lilla Leech in the Gold Basin area. The plant is a relic of the pre-ice age and the oldest member of the Health (Ericaceae) Family. The Kalmiopsis Wilderness was named after this unique endemic shrub. For those with a more serious interest in botany, there is a Plant List for the Kalmiopsis Wilderness available at the Chetco Ranger District, Illinois Valley Ranger District, and Gold Beach Ranger District. Besides being a place of great botanical interest, the Kalmiopsis Wilderness is also one of the most unusual and complex geological areas of our country. The Kalmiopsis is part of the Klamath Mountain geologic province of northwestern California and southwestern Oregon. The eastern half is part of the Josephine "ultramafic" sheet. Ultramafic denotes being very high in iron and magnesium. The western half is underlain by the contorted sedimentary rocks of the Dothan formation and by the igneous intrusive rocks of the Big Craggies. Most of the rocks in this province were formerly parts of the oceanic crust and included serpentine, submarine volcanic flow rocks, intrusive granite-like rocks, and sedimentary rocks such as shale and sandstone. The Wild segments of the Illinois, Chetco and North Fork Smith Rivers flow through the Kalmiopsis Wilderness, providing clear water, fish habitat and water-based recreation in a remote and primitive setting. Lake environments are limited, primarily to Babyfoot Lake on the eastern boundary and Vulcan Lake on the west. Since these areas are readily accessible from nearby trailheads, they do receive a greater amount of day-use visitation.
    cabin
    2br cabin
      Enjoy your own private ocean front getaway overlooking the majestic Pacific Ocean where the views from both inside and out on the deck are breathtaking. If you were any closer you'd be IN the ocean! Just a few steps and you will be walking on miles of sandy beach or beachcombing for special treasures. Your private deck provides a BBQ and a 4-person hot tub to watch the picturesque sunsets, distant twinkling lights along the coastline and starry nights. This retreat is fully equipped and beautifully decorated. Enjoy all the comforts of home while relaxing and taking in the spectacular view. King bed and new flatscreen televisions! Cozy up to the fireplace - (electric) as you watch the pounding surf and winter storms. Honeymoon, anniversary, birthday, reunion, mother-daughter, fishing with the guys or just some time away from it all... come, enjoy, relax... the beach awaits you. Find this Brookings Vacation Rental also on homeaway, vrbo, tripadvisor and/or Smith River CA. WINTER SPECIAL: Stay 3 get 3rd half off Oct 1 - May 25, 2016 = $167/night*** Stay 7 get 1 free $1200. SUMMER SPECIAL: May 26 - Sept 30 Stay 7 nights save 5% = $1497 CLEANING: $85 cleaning 2 night minimum, 3 night minimum all major holidays Separate refundable security deposit and signed agreement is required. Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice. 5 miles south of Brookings/Harbor, Oregon. 20 miles north of Crescent City and a couple miles north of the casino. Located in California at the Oregon state line. Ocean Front cabin with your own private spa and barbeque on the deck overlooking the mighty Pacific Ocean. Easy access to the beach for beachcombing, tidepool exploring, surfing, hiking, seeing the Redwoods or just enjoying the pounding surf!
      house
      4br house
        For your next extravagant getaway to the Oregon Coast, take a look at this Brookings vacation home. This astounding mansion is Hollywood glamorous, but maintains its beach-cottage comfort with a great location and homey furnishings. Only ten minutes outside of Bookings proper, and only a short stroll to your own stretch of beach, the Oregon Coast and all its quaintness, beauty, and peacefulness are at your disposal. Enjoy sheer excitement as you enter this Brookings property: tall hedges, a paved round-about, and a small lawn in the center surrounded by old fashioned street lamps will make you feel like you've stepped into Fitzgerald's "the Great Gatsby". Enter this epic home and find yourself - well, right at home! This home is made for large groups of people: with open floor plans, nooks and crannies to snuggle into, and casual decor, you'll feel like you're staying at a friend's house. There are windows upon windows in this home, offering amazing natural light. Enjoy two sitting areas and two dinning rooms with tables set for 10, a variety of couches in leather and suede, and a wood-burning fireplace for warmth and mood-setting. There's cable and WiFi available as well. The kitchen is open and modern, with matching black appliances and granite counter tops. With it's flowing shape, there's plenty of space for all to co-mingle, or pass through the buffet line at breakfast! Wander outside from any of the living areas and find yourself on a gorgeous deck with a grill! Down in the basement is a game room with a video game machine, a pool table, a Ping-Pong table, a TV area with comfortable seating and a DVD player, and wine tasting room for when the kids are asleep. There's also a laundry room. There's plenty of space for all guests to be comfortably accommodated: four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms; four queens, two twins, two futons, and a sofa beds. Three of the rooms even have ocean views. There's an in-house sauna and a soaking tub in the master suite, and the other two bathrooms have full shower/tubs. This home sleeps 16 people - perfect for celebrations of all kinds, and for groups with a varied age range. With quick access to the beach - take two steps and you're there - and only a short drive from Brookings, enjoy your next Oregon Coast Vacation in ultimate comfort and style. Additional amenities include: pool table, cable / satellite TV, washer / dryer. For your next extravagant getaway to the Oregon Coast, take a look at this Brookings vacation home. This astounding mansion is Hollywood glamorous, but maintains its beach-cottage comfort with a great location and homey furnishings. Only ten minutes outside of Bookings proper, and only a short stroll to your own stretch of beach, the Oregon Coast and all its quaintness, beauty, and peacefulness are at your disposal. Enjoy sheer excitement as you enter this Brookings property: tall hedges, a paved round-about, and a small lawn in the center surrounded by old fashioned street lamps will make you feel like you've stepped into Fitzgerald's "the Great Gatsby". Enter this epic home and find yourself - well, right at home! This home is made for large groups of people: with open floor plans, nooks and crannies to snuggle into, and casual decor, you'll feel like you're staying at a friend's house. There are windows upon windows in this home, offering amazing natural light. Enjoy two sitting areas and two dinning rooms with tables set for 10, a variety of couches in leather and suede, and a wood-burning fireplace for warmth and mood-setting. There's cable and WiFi available as well. The kitchen is open and modern, with matching black appliances and granite counter tops. With it's flowing shape, there's plenty of space for all to co-mingle, or pass through the buffet line at breakfast! Wander outside from any of the living areas and find yourself on a gorgeous deck with a grill! Down in the basement is a game room with a video game machine, a pool table, a Ping-Pong table, a TV area with comfortable seating and a DVD player, and wine tasting room for when the kids are asleep. There's also a laundry room. There's plenty of space for all guests to be comfortably accommodated: four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms; four queens, two twins, two futons, and a sofa beds. Three of the rooms even have ocean views. There's an in-house sauna and a soaking tub in the master suite, and the other two bathrooms have full shower/tubs. This home sleeps 16 people - perfect for celebrations of all kinds, and for groups with a varied age range. With quick access to the beach - take two steps and you're there - and only a short drive from Brookings, enjoy your next Oregon Coast Vacation in ultimate comfort and style. Additional amenities include: pool table, cable / satellite TV, washer / dryer.
        house
        2br house
          This spacious two bedroom family suite can comfortably sleep 6 - 8 people using the two provided Queen size raised inflate-a-beds and a cot is available. The two bedrooms have lovely Queen beds with new mattresses. The suite has 1 bath room/bathing room plus 1/2 bath/dressing room and a separate laundry room. The suite is handicap accessible. The large bathing room is white tile and has a large shower. The country kitchen has cabinets done in marine blue and a rich cherrywood red and a brick paver floor. The kitchen, dining room and living room have an open floor plan. The bedrooms are carpeted and the dining room and living room have hardwood floors with area rugs. The front entry and french doors that open to the covered porch have handicap access ramps. The covered porch with comfy seating areas has expansive views of the Chetco River Valley and surrounding hills. This spacious two bedroom family suite has an additional multipurpose office/sitting room with a sofa bed. The suite has 1 bath room plus 1/2 bath/dressing room and a separate laundry room with front loading washer and dryer. The bathing room has a handicap shower, all the doors are extra wide to accommodate wheelchairs. The country kitchen has cabinets painted in marine blue and a rich cherrywood red and a brick paver floor. The kitchen, dining room and living room have an open floor plan. The bedrooms are carpeted and the dining room and living room have hardwood floors with area rugs. Each bedroom has an electric fireplace heater to supply a cozy ambiance. The front entry and french doors that open to the covered porch have handicap access ramps. The covered porch with comfy seating areas has expansive views of the Chetco River Valley and surrounding hills. Large parking area - room for all the family cars, boats, trailers. Sports & Adventure Activities: Golf - 2 ½ miles from Salmon Run Golf Course Fishing – Chetco River, Smith River, Rogue River, Klamath River Kayaking – rentals available on the North Bank of the Chetco Hiking trails through the pastures and woods and by the creeks on the 135 acres of Mt. Emily Ranch Ranch Animals - up close and personal with the ranch animals – if you wish
          cottage
          3br cottage
            Ocean View - Beach Access: Experience the ocean, sand, and surf from this ocean view cozy beach cottage. Easy private beach access. Enjoy beautiful sunsets and views of the grand Pacific ocean with rock formations from inside the home or out on the large deck. Very close, just steps and you’re walking on miles of sandy beach with your own private beach access. Roast marshmallows or warm up by the outdoor fireplace and rinse off in the outdoor shower. This comfortable cottage has 2 bedrooms in the main house and an additional studio with kitchenette and 1/2 bath, making up the 3rd bedroom. Accommodates up to 10 people very comfortably. Main house has Jack and Jill bathrooms, sharing the tub/shower in between. One bedroom has a queen, the other has a queen, and a twin/double bunk set. Studio sleeps 3 more people and includes a bathroom with shower and the kitchenette, and laundry. Close to the redwoods, rivers, fishing, clamming, whale watching, golf courses, surfing, activities in Crescent City or Harbor and Brookings, Oregon. It is located 1 mile south of the CA/OR state line, 1 mile north of the Lucky 7 Casino, Smith River, CA, 15 miles from Crescent City. Lodging tax included in rate Cleaning fee of $100 also required. Separate refundable security deposit of $250 required. Sandy beach for walking, beachcombing, whale watching, relaxing and romantic sunsets, just steps away. This home is located in a residential area with private beach access--just continue walking west down the driveway. Parking near the cottage front door. Near the Lucky 7 Casino, Oregon Welcome Center, redwoods short drives in either direction, Trees of Mystery, aquarium and lighthouse in Crescent City, farmer's market in Harbor, Brookings festivities, shopping, restaurants are close by. Ocean View - Beach Access: Experience the ocean, sand, and surf from this ocean view cozy beach cottage. Easy private beach access. Enjoy beautiful sunsets and views of the grand Pacific ocean with rock formations from inside the home or out on the large deck. Very close, just steps and you’re walking on miles of sandy beach with your own private beach access. Roast marshmallows or warm up by the outdoor fireplace and rinse off in the outdoor shower. This comfortable cottage has 2 bedrooms in the main house and an additional studio with kitchenette and 1/2 bath, making up the 3rd bedroom. Accommodates up to 10 people very comfortably. Main house has Jack and Jill bathrooms, sharing the tub/shower in between. One bedroom has a queen, the other has a queen, and a twin/double bunk set. Studio sleeps 3 more people and includes a bathroom with shower and the kitchenette, and laundry. Close to the redwoods, rivers, fishing, clamming, whale watching, golf courses, surfing, activities in Crescent City or Harbor and Brookings, Oregon. It is located 1 mile south of the CA/OR state line, 1 mile north of the Lucky 7 Casino, Smith River, CA, 15 miles from Crescent City.
            Home/Apartment
            1br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            The SpaceIt reminds me of the beach houses when I was younger. Like retro in the 50's -60's . Electric appliances , kitchenette , electric fireplace to help set the mood . A bedroom with 2 beds,bathroom w/shower. Living room has a Fulton to make into a queen bed, for those extra guests. A view of the ocean from your window. It is upstairs so you can really see the waves quite well. It is connected to 2 other units upstairs. Guest AccessThe grass area to relax , and have a picnic or sit and watch the waves or you can look for sand dollars or star fish. We have a fire pit to roast marshmallows .or you can BBQ. Picnic benches. Stairs going down to beach. Patio chairs are put in different areas of the grass , but you are welcome to move them to watch the ocean. Interaction with GuestsDaily or if you prefer solitude . The NeighborhoodIt's quiet and you can see and hear the ocean and nature. Retro housing, flowers spotted through-out. The grounds are a work in progress . You do have your own individual apartment. Getting AroundThere is a bus route down the street Other Things to NoteYou can travel 15 minutes and be in the redwoods. The harbor is about 5 minutes away. So you can charter a boat to go fishing out on the ocean. Or buy your fish from the fishing boats.
            Home/Apartment
            1br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            The SpaceWe are close to the ocean and the redwood forest. The room is a studio with a screen divider . The couch makes into a bed for those extra guests. So the room sleeps 4. It is retro 60's. So it's not fancy. It's like the beach houses . Electric appliances, electric fireplace,kitchenette ,small fridge, stove ,no oven,toaster oven. The bathroom has a shower. It also has a small patio out back that you can sit and enjoy. This unit is connected to 2 other units . Guest AccessOutdoor BBQ, fire pit , patio table and chairs to watch the sunset . Access to the beach. Interaction with GuestsDaily- The NeighborhoodThe quiet sounds of the ocean. Getting AroundThere is a bus transit a mile down road to take you shopping Other Things to NoteThe giant redwoods are just a few miles away. Solar lights in the yard. The couch makes into a bed for those extra guests
            Home/Apartment
            1br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Gym
            • Pets Allowed
            • Parking
            The SpacePlayground at your doorstep, two basketball courts, inside and out. Large rooms and very peaceful feel. Guest AccessSouth wing is accessible for now. This includes two large school rooms and one bathroom. One has converted kitchen and living space, the other room has three queen beds and a sink with cubbies. Interaction with GuestsWe live just up the road, if you need anything and we aren't vacationing ourselves, we will be there to help! The NeighborhoodSurrounded by horse pastures. Country setting. Close to Loeb park headed up river, short mile to Riverside market heading down river. Getting AroundAbout 5 miles from town... Other Things to NoteJust above the fog line and marine layer of the banana belt. When it is foggy in town in the summer, chances are it is sunny at the school… Returning trusted clients can enjoy a reduced fee, just ask and I can offer a quote for a specific amount.. Also the cost of 2 people or less can be reduced to the original 125.00.
            Home/Apartment
            1br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Pets Allowed
            • Parking
            The SpaceFor This 1968 Vintage Mobile has been cared for with a lot of love and TLC. It is not fancy, but very comfortable. We only get to use it a few times a year, so I decided to share it with all of you. There is parking in front and on the side. If you wouldn't mind leaving your shoes in the mudroom basket it would help tremendously. We love this little beach house and appreciate all of you taking good care of her :) Guest AccessFull kitchen with everything you could need including a dishwasher. There is also cable tv with all the movie channels and Wi-Fi. One bedroom with a comfortable queen bed. Large size sofa sleeper in living room. The bathroom boasts a shower with great water pressure, deep tub for soaking, and I usually have bubble bath and Epsom salts. Interaction with GuestsThis is a private house and I will not be present, but nearby, during your stay. The key info will be sent to you shortly before check in. The NeighborhoodThis neighborhood is quiet and friendly. You'll want to check out the mile-long beach within walking distance and free beach-front parking. At the far end of the beach are the stores, restaurants and marina of the Port of Brookings. This is a good location to branch out to Trees of Mystery, Bridgeview Vineyards, Oregon Caves National Monument, Gold Beach Jet Boats, Great Cats World Park etc... I will have info on these locations at the beach house. Other Things to NoteUpon check out, please remove any of your items from the fridge, load the dishes in the dishwasher and drop you garbage in the blue bin outside the mud room door. Linens and bath towels are provided, but please bring your own beach towels.
            Home/Apartment
            2br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            The SpaceOcean view,walk 5 minutes is the mouth of smith river and the ocean,there have about 200 seals and more and more birds. we have big yard . big trees at the two side in your sight, like green Screen keep give you woods fresh fragrance. our place is a very comfortable place for your vacation stay. Near kayak rental, near Red Woods, Near so much beach. Guest Accessin House 12620#, bedrooms,bathrooms,living room,kitchen,park area,yard. (please do not use the fire pet and all the pipes at outdoor. indoor fire place is not use in Summer.) in House 12620, there have one king bed,one queen bed, and we can provide an air bed if more guests than 4. And if you like, you can visit our main house of Arky's B&B,which address is "181 Salmon Harbor Rd,Smith River" ,you can walk along up the river,just 15 minutes, we have luxury living room,pull ball,mini golf and really amazing view free for you. Interaction with GuestsArky's Ocean View House 12620# is operated by ARKY YANG,LLC. You can use every things upstairs, but please use it in correct way. that are our home, we love every things in it :) We live in Arky's B&B (Just about 0.5miles aways), if you have any question or need any help, we can come in quickly. Richard and Ana from Arky's B&B ( Vacation Rental House ) The Neighborhoodwe think our neighbors are very kindly :) Other Things to NoteDo not jump in room. because our house seem do not like be jumped:))) ------------------------ We do have total 4 rooms/suite/house for you, maybe you would like more choice. below is our room link: Garden view room in main house 181#: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5934082 Ocean River front Suite in main house 181# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5930001 Ocean River front House 175# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5948685 Ocean View House 12620# https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6823371 Thank you very much :) Richard & Ana
            cottage
            Excellent
            39 reviews
            1br cottage
              Cozy cottage in residential area. Short walk to the Winchuck River and the Oregon Coast. 1 bedroom, 3/4 bath and full kitchen. Queen bed and Queen sofa sleeper can accomodate up to 4 adults or children. Washer and Dryer available in the cottage. Cable TV, DVD player, electric fireplace. Relaxing place to get away from it all. Small private yard. Convenient off street parking. Relaxing stay on the Oregon Coast - many local attractions within 30 minutes, Redwood Forest, Aquarium, Casino, fishing, Jet Boat rides (seasonal) great dining options around the area. Convenient off street parking. Beach combing, looking for seastars, shells and occasional sealife. Relaxing stay on the Oregon Coast - many local attractions within 30 minutes, Redwood Forest, Aquarium, Casino, fishing, Jet Boat rides (seasonal) great dining option s around the area. Convenient off street parking. Beach combing, looking for seastars, shells. Relax and enjoy!
              Home/Apartment
              2br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              The SpaceUnique "Aussie Queenslander" style (URL HIDDEN) of a kind! The NeighborhoodOld fashioned neighborhood....friendly and watch out for eachother Getting AroundWe do have small transit but walking is your best and most beautiful option