Rosburg, WA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Rosburg

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Bedroom
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  • Breakfast
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The SpaceWe have recently restored this 1895 Victorian Home to its former glory. This listing is for the Hummingbird Room only. See our other listing for the Pillar Rock Room. Both rooms are decorated with Victorian antiques, nostalgia pieces and many special touches. While we do not have Televisions in the bedrooms, (we want you to unplug and relax) we do have WiFi available throughout the house. This room has a King size bed and a magnificent private bathroom just down the hall (robes provided). It has a slipper tub and shower. It is well worth the few steps to get there! The house is located just steps from our own private beach along the Columbia River. Take a walk and comb for driftwood, shells and rocks. Explore the woods surrounding our home and keep an eye out for the black tailed deer and bear. Take a nap, read a good book or watch the ships go by. Your nights stay includes an evening snack, a comfy bed to sleep in and a farmhouse breakfast. Breakfast consists of fruit, breakfast breads and your choice of waffles, or an egg dish. We can also do gluten free or vegetarian with advance notice. Your meal can be served in the sun room or in the dining room, your choice. Coffee, tea & hot chocolate are always available. This listing is for the Hummingbird Room only. See our other listing for the Pillar Rock Room We are located over 20 miles from the nearest store or restaurant. It is a peaceful area and promotes relaxation. Astoria, Oregon is just over an hour away. Long Beach is about one hour and a half. We suggest you arrive before sunset as the view is well worth it and the road seems narrow and windy at night. Dinners are available by request and are extra You can see more at our website (website hidden) Guest AccessGuests are welcome to enjoy the rest of the house except the kitchen and our private area. Feel free to walk on the beach and the grounds. We have a fire pit and you are welcome to sit and enjoy the evening by the fire. Interaction with GuestsJoin us at Dahlia House B&B for a peaceful & relaxing night! We are here to spoil you, so let us know what you need. We will be there to greet you when you arrive and show you to your room. The NeighborhoodWe are definitely in the country and are located over 20 miles from the nearest store or restaurant. It is a peaceful area and promotes relaxation. Astoria, Oregon is just a little over one hour away. Long Beach is about one hour and a half. Getting AroundWe are not on the way to anywhere! No public transportation, sorry! As we like to say, we are out of the way, but worth the trip! Try to arrive before sunset to enjoy the view. Watch for deer on the road! Other Things to NoteDinners are available by request and are extra Spa packages available with advance notice. You can see more at our website (website hidden)
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
The SpaceRight on the Lower Columbia River. Ship channel close to the shore, see ships and tugs as they travel from Astoria upriver. Beds for 10 guests. Guest AccessThere is access to part of the beach from an adjacent property. Able to launch small boats, get your feet wet! New propane BBQ! Interaction with GuestsThis is a vacation home, so we will see you at the beginning and end of your visit. Available via phone for any questions, unless we are visiting nearby. The NeighborhoodThe view says it all. In hot weather it is cooler than Portland, Oregon. Usually quiet and peaceful. Rural. Getting AroundNo public transit. Longview Washington is an hour away, Astoria Oregon 50 minutes. Shopping in Naselle and Cathlamet.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceWe have recently restored this 1895 Victorian Home to its former glory. This listing is for the Pillar Rock room only. See our other listing for the Hummingbird room. Both rooms are decorated with Victorian antiques, nostalgia pieces and many special touches. While we do not have Televisions in the bedrooms, (we want you to unplug and relax) we do have WiFi available throughout the house. The house is located just steps from our own private beach along the Columbia River. Take a walk and comb for driftwood, shells and rocks. Explore the woods surrounding our home and keep an eye out for the black tailed deer and bear. Take a nap, read a good book or watch the ships go by. Your nights stay includes an evening snack, a comfy bed to sleep in and a farmhouse breakfast which consists of fruit, breakfast breads and your choice of waffles, or an egg dish. We can also do gluten free or vegetarian with advance notice. Your meal can be served in the sun room or in the dining room, your choice. Coffee, tea & hot chocolate are always available. This listing is for the Pillar Rock Room only, see our other listing for the Hummingbird Room. Dinners are available by request and are extra, please contact us for more information. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to enjoy the rest of the house except the kitchen and our private area. Feel free to walk on the beach and the grounds Interaction with GuestsJoin us at Dahlia House B&B for a peaceful & relaxing night! We are here to spoil you, so let us know what you need. We will be there to greet you when you arrive and will show you to your room. The NeighborhoodWe are located over 20 miles from the nearest store and restaurant. It is a peaceful area and promotes relaxation. Astoria, Oregon is just a little over an hour away. Long Beach is about an hour and a half. Try to arrive before sunset as the drive is beautiful but a bit winding. Getting AroundWe are not on the way to anywhere! No public transportation, sorry! As we like to say, we are out of the way, but worth the trip! Be sure and arrive before dark to take in the views! Other Things to NoteDinners are available by request and are extra, please contact us for more information. Spa package also available with advance notice.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceSpecial discounts are given to families. $10 per person after the first 2 does NOT apply to guests under 19 yrs. old. To be able to share my cabin and the beauty that surrounds it means a lot to me. Most of the places around the cabin are owned by cousins, and are vacation homes. The cabin is rustic, no WIFI and no cable TV. The kitchen is pretty complete. The beds are all new as are the sheets, towels, and kitchen flooring. There are extra quilts and comforters as well as sleeping bags, if needed. There are a few old pieces that belonged to family members that have meaning for me and I enjoy seeing. I'm not sharing a space, I'm sharing part of my life. So please feel free to have a cozy fire, play some games, watch a movie, sit on the porch and enjoy the view. We provide pancake mix, syrup, jam, a variety of coffees and teas, quick breads, Swiss Miss, and Tang for breakfast. We also provide sheep milk soap, so good for your skin. Please take home any unused jam, breads and soap. We would also like your feed back, what you liked what you didn't like so please leave a review on airbnb. Fire wood for sale is provided by my yard man. If you need some, just let Judy know. Guest AccessYou will have the entire cabin to yourself. There is a fireplace, games and movies. Washer and dryer are available, just ask Judy, or let me know in an e-mail. Otherwise we keep the garage locked. The beach across the road is private, so there is no access to it. The same goes for the area up behind the cabin. There is a fenced area for dogs to run in. Please remember to pick up after your dog. There is a boat launch and fishing near by. Interaction with GuestsMy sister, Judy will welcome you to the cabin and go over everything with you. She will gladly answer any questions and suggest places to eat, sites to see and give basic directions. You would also ask her for fire wood and access to the washer and dryer. She is also available by phone if you need to get in touch with us for any reason. Check in is from 2pm-8pm. Please let me know what time to expect you so that Judy will be there to greet you and give you the key. The NeighborhoodMy cousin Is the closest neighbor. The other 3 homes are vacation homes owned by other cousins. The area is very peaceful and beautiful. The view of the river is well worth bringing your camera. The deer come every morning and evening to feed. we feed them sliced up apples or pears and slices of bread. They are beautiful to watch. I like to sit on the porch with a cup of tea or glass of wine and watch the river. If the fog is heavy, you will hear the fog horns. A walk down the road will often bring you in contact with other neighbors out for a jog or walk. Stop to pick some black berries when in season you, can't beat the taste. Bring your bike and enjoy some great views as you ride the back roads. Or take them to Longbeach and ride the bike trail. Hunters Inn in Naselle is a favorite spot to eat. If you'd like dinner by the water, then The Duck Inn in Skamokawa or the Ship's Inn in Astoria. Getting AroundYou will need your own transportation, whether it be a bike, car or horse. The cabin is 45min. from Astoria and Long Beach. It is 1 hour+ from Longview. The cabin is 9 min. off Oceanbeach hwy. out Altoona/Pillar Rock rd. My son often rides his bike out there, he doesn't drive. Hunters Inn in Naselle is a good place to eat. There are several micro breweries in Astoria, it is also a fun place to explore. The Washington and Oregon beaches are always great to visit. Other Things to NoteThe beach across the road is off limits, as it is a private beach. We have clam guns, rubber boots, and clam nets available if, you would like to try your hand at clam digging. It is also possible, for a fee, to provide a guide for the adventure. There is a boat launch near by and plenty of good fishing. Not available for deer or elk hunters, as the area is posted no hunting. there is a great farmers market on Sunday in Astoria and Ilwaco on Saturdays, and Long Beach on Fridaysgv starting in May. The cabin is on a well. If you don't like well water, please bring bottled water.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
123 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThis little home was built in 2013 and lived in part time for only a year. It is ideal for couples looking for privacy or small families in search of a unique coastal vacation. Note: we have a wonderful access to the river for kayaks and canoes. The living room has a new pull-out bed and the bedroom has a roomy and comfortable new queen sized bed. We keep the kitchen stocked with basic seasonings, breakfast food items and provide full sized appliances so you can cook up meals or... you can order gourmet dinners and even picnic baskets to take on day trips. All retail and lodging taxes included in price. We do allow doggies, but please, no large breeds. the house is not large enough for bigger, more powerful dogs. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the full home and yard as well as to our secluded, lovely, wild beach. The wifi password is located in our guest information book and fishing equipment is available to rent on request. We want each guest, no matter the age, to have a wonderful time here at Pillar Rock! Since the nearest grocery store is 30 minutes away, it is a smart idea to pick up supplies on your way here. The nearest restaurant is also about the same distance away. Interaction with GuestsWe are on-site next door to this little home. Please contact us if the need arises. We provide a "cook your own" breakfast consisting of fresh eggs, pancake mix, syrup, butter, homemade bakery items and homemade preserves (upon request). You'll find these items stocked in the frig and cupboards. This breakfast offering may vary. We love socializing with guests when they choose to and understand when they just need to "get away" and we respect their privacy. The NeighborhoodWe live at the end of an eleven mile road that traces the north side of the Columbia River. We see an amazing array of coastal wildlife from seals and sea lions on our beach to deer in our yard. Eagles fly above as well as hawks, and occasionally osprey. Loons, ducks, geese and white Pelicans make this their nesting home. If that wasn't enough, we live within driving distance to some of the most treasured bird sanctuaries in the Northwest. Many state parks in both Washington and Oregon are a short drive away including Stevens Park, Cape Disappointment, and Fort Columbia. We can also recommend amazing restaurants along the coast including Norma's in Seaside and Fort George Brewery in Astoria. Finally, we have some of the most beautiful public beaches in the area less than an hour away (though our private beach is pretty special too). Getting AroundThe best way to reach us is by car, but once you're here you may want to explore by bike, or boat. Let us help you make that happen! Other Things to NoteHalf the fun of travel is experiencing new things. We offer information on Astoria's famed outdoor markets, Fisherman's Poetry, Long beach Kite Festival, and so much more! Some information will be in the rental house but please ask us if you're looking for something special. We have a soft spot for fellow artists and would be happy to divulge our favorite plein air painting locations as well as provide a portable easel for your use.
Home/Apartment
Good
9 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
    The SpaceLarge house which will sleep 6 comfortably. 2 bedroom, 2 bath with extra bedroom in the loft. Open kitchen, living room, dining area that has large fireplace for that cozy homey feel. House is fully furnished with all linens, blankets, towels, dishes, wood, ect. This location is a great place to bring your family and friends to step back and enjoy life. Beautiful walking spots, great bike riding location with very little traffic on our road, close to launch site for kayaking or paddle boarding or sit and enjoy the ships going by the front window or great front yard! This house is perfect for those wishing to get a little R&R time away from it all. Guest AccessEntire house Interaction with GuestsLittle or none The NeighborhoodBeauty, nature and quietness, this house allows you to regroup and be able to concentrate and think again without all the noise that clutters our spaces. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation available, so a car is a must. Other Things to NotePlease bring food for your stay as closest grocery store is 20 miles. Water is mineral rich which leaves your skin feeling very lush, many people do not enjoy the taste of the water so we advise you to bring drinking water. We have a small TV and DVD player, please bring your own DVD's as we have not really built up our collection yet. Games as well.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceSurrounded by forest, this spacious, new, 3-room apartment (bedroom, kitchenette, living room area) on the Columbia River ship channel has a private entrance and accommodates 4 (one bed is a hide-a-bed). The apartment is fronted by large windows with a spectacular view of the Columbia River. With the forest animals and ships in passing, the river is never still. Only our guests will enjoy beachcombing weathered driftwood, stones and many hidden surprises on our private beach. Ships pass close by--you feel as though you could reach out and touch them. Use our outside patio, with seating and table to BBQ. We have picnic and fire pit areas for guests’ use. Kayaks and canoes may be launched, or properly licensed, you might want to try your hand at fishing. Generous breakfast including freshly baked items, eggs, waffle batter, blueberry French toast, jam, homemade granola, milk, juice and all the coffee and tea you might want. Guests in our serene and remote area may not want to drive for dinner, so with advance notice I will prepare a homemade pizza, to order. The charge is $20 and includes soda, milk, or bottled water. Inquire about full dinners and picnics. Check in anytime after 3 p.m. Check out 12:00 noon. Guest AccessYou will have access to our entire yard, fire pit areas, and beach picnic site. There is an undeveloped hiking area stretching up behind our home if you have extra energy to burn. We want you to have a memorable and carefree time while you are here enjoying what this quiet, safe, scenic area has to offer. Interaction with GuestsWe occupy the floor above the apartment, taking great care to respect guests’ privacy. Welcoming our guests upon arrival is a priority. Being nearby, we can respond to any needs you might have. If you are inclined to get acquainted, that works for us, too. We enjoy conversations with our guests, especially gathered around the fire pit by moonlight. We usually get the message quickly if you want to be left to yourselves, that's fine also. The NeighborhoodWe live in an especially beautiful, serene, and naturally rich area. The waterfowl on the Columbia is very diverse: white Pelicans (new to the area), hawks, several varieties of ducks, geese, osprey, and several species of owls. Eagles are everywhere and many are in our big fir trees at the front of our property. They put on quite a show and have been known to drop fish out of the sky onto vehicles. Occasionally, we get a show from some sea lions and seals gobbling up the Salmon fingerlings. One of our guests described the night silence as "you can hear your own heartbeat". You might hear an owl, or a frog in spring, or the sternwheeler or a tugboat if you are not yet asleep, but the freighters slip by us with only a low, barely discernable hum to their engines. Spring and fall might bring the distant mournful sound of the ship's horns, but instead of it seeming like noise, it is rather romantic. You might find yourself trying to figure if it is coming from upstream or downstream and staying awake to find out. Getting AroundWe can be reached by car. We are 9.8 miles out Altoona Pillar Rock Rd. Do be careful driving our winding and hilly road. Take your time. Stay to the right. We are 30 minutes from the nearest gas station and 11 miles from any restaurant. It's best if you have, at minimum, at least a quarter tank of fuel or so to give you options: Astoria has the cheapest fuel and is 1 hour away. I have a list of restaurants in the apartment. Other Things to NoteThere is always something happening in this area: Weekend farmer's markets; fishing tournaments; the World's Largest Kite Festival in Long Beach, WA (August); the Astoria Regatta (August); Wine and Seafood Festival (March); Cathlamet Bald Eagle Days (August); and many others. Astoria has two incredible Museums: Maritime and Flavel House, movie theaters, and an Olympic sized in-door swimming pool. Dale and I are very acquainted with activities in surrounding areas and can often recommend favorite beaches, parks, etc.
    Bed & Breakfast
    2br Bed & Breakfast
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceWe have recently restored this 1895 Victorian Home to its former glory. This listing is for the whole upstairs. See our other listings for booking the Pillar Rock Room or Hummingbird room separately. Both rooms are decorated with Victorian antiques, nostalgia pieces and many special touches. While we do not have Televisions in the bedrooms, (we want you to unplug and relax) we do have WiFi available throughout the house. One room has a King size bed and a magnificent private bathroom just down the hall (robes provided). It has a slipper tub and shower. It is well worth the few steps to get there! The other room has a queen size bed with a new glass block shower. The house is located just steps from our own private beach along the Columbia River. Take a walk and comb for driftwood, shells and rocks. Explore the woods surrounding our home and keep an eye out for the black tailed deer and bear. Take a nap, read a good book or watch the ships go by. Your nights stay includes an evening snack, a comfy bed to sleep in and a farmhouse breakfast. Breakfast consists of fruit, breakfast breads and your choice of waffles, or an egg dish. We can also do gluten free or vegetarian with advance notice. Your meal can be served in the sun room or in the dining room, your choice. Coffee, tea & hot chocolate are always available. We are located over 20 miles from the nearest store or restaurant. It is a peaceful area and promotes relaxation. Astoria, Oregon is just over an hour away. Long Beach is about one hour and a half. We suggest you arrive before sunset as the view is well worth it and the road seems narrow and windy at night. Dinners are available by request and are extra You can see more at our Dahlia House website or (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) page. Guest AccessYou will have access to the whole upstairs except for an office/storage area. You are welcome to enjoy the rest of the house also except our private quarters. There are trails and a nice rocky beach to explore. We also have a fire pit which you are welcome to enjoy in the evening. Interaction with GuestsThere will always be someone available on the property if you need something. The NeighborhoodThere is not really a neighborhood. We are pretty remote, but that's what makes it special. Getting AroundNo public transportation....sorry! Other Things to NoteWe have an indoor cat. So no animals please. She stays in our area of the house. No smoking or candles around or near the house.
    Cabin
    2br Cabin
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    Valhalla cabin is tucked in to the trees on a bluff, with breath taking views of the Columbia River and Oregon across the way. It is 9 miles off SR4/Ocean Beach Hwy, going out Altoona/Pillar Rock Rd. It is secluded, quiet and relaxing. It is 45 min. from Astoria, OR and Long Beach, WA. Both are nice little day trips, with beautiful views the whole way. The cabin offers views of Astoria, Saddle Mountain, the Astoria Bridge and all the river traffic. You will see commercial ships, sail boat, fishing boats, tugs with barges, and once a year the Chinook Indian on their annual canoe trip to the ocean. The Chinook Indian's spend 1 night at Elliott Point, which is just across the road from our driveway. On the drive out to the cabin, it goes from 2 lanes down to 1 lane. There are also a lot of curves. On the drive out you will see Gray's River, which in the Spring will have 100's of Bald Eagles. There is a turn out if, you'd like to take pictures or just watch them. Further up the road is another turn out. It is a stop on the Lewis and Clark Trail. There is a historical marker with wonderful information. This is also where the Gray's River and Deep River join the Columbia. In this bay, you can often see ducks, geese, pelicans, and even swan. The cabin is also a great place for viewing wildlife. We have 2 pair of nesting Bald Eagles, on the hill behind the cabin. You can often see the soaring and diving. The fish right out on the river. I never tire of watching it. In the Spring and early Summer, you can hear the seals barking. Often from the road, you can watch them swimming. Please, if you have a dog, keep it on a leash. Ours have tried to go out into the river after those barking "dogs". We also have quite a few deer that spend a lot of time in the yard. There are usually 2-7 deer in the yard in the morning and again at dusk. We feed them slices of apples and pears or bread. this year a set of twins were born there while we had guests. they called me to tell me about it. Other animals that are often seen on the road or in the yard at, coyotes, raccoon, squirrel, chipmunk, porcupine, possum and this year a bear cub. The cabin offers 2 bedrooms downstairs. There is a queen size bed in the front bedroom and a full size bed in the back bedroom. In the front bedroom, you can wake up and see the river through the window, without getting out of bed. In the loft is a second queen size bed and 2 twin beds. there is also room for a queen size air mattress. We even have a portable playpen if needed for infants. All beds and bedding are new since Sept. 2015. As are the towels. The living room has a fireplace which can be used. You can bring your own wood or purchase wood provided for sale by our yard man. Just let us know if you want any. Next to the fireplace are forks that can be used for toasting marshmallows or bratwurst. There is a brand new T.V. but NO cable or satellite. There are lots of movies to watch. his includes quite a good selection for children. There are also toys. puzzles, books and games for children. There are also games for grownups. There are cards in the drawer in the end table next to the sofa. Cell reception is good at the cabin but, not on the drive in. This includes jut about anywhere along SR4/Ocean Beach Hwy. The kitchen has a stove, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, and electric griddle. There are pots and pans, dishes, glasses, plastic cups, and flatware. Please don't eat in the living room. Please make sure all children eat at the table. We also provide a highchair. Please DO NOT use the dishwasher. early renters often left dirty dishes in there. There are dish towels, dish cloths, sponges and brillo pads. Towels and dish cloths are in drawers to the right of the sink dish soap and brillo pads are under the sink. We provide pancake mix, syrup, jam, quick breads, a variety of coffees and teas, Swiss Miss, hot apple cider mix, and Tang for breakfast. The jams and quick breads are home made, using fruits and berries from my garden. We also provide sheep milk soap, which is very good for your skin. It is also home made. The cabin is on a well. It was sunk deep enough to supply water for 4 homes. we are the only one on it. There is iron and sulfur in the water. we have installed a water softener, which makes your hair super soft but does still have a slight sulfur smell. we are used to it and don't notice anything. You might want to bring bottled water. I think most people drink bottled water now days anyhow. A washer and dryer are available if you need them. They are in the garage and the garage is kept lock. If you would like to use them please let myself or Judy know so that the door will be unlocked for you. You can easily park 5 cars in the driveway. There is a swing and a loveseat on the front porch that make it just right to sit and relax with a cup of coffee/tea or a glass of wine and enjoy the view.