You’ll be in the heart of Yachats known as “the gem of the Oregon coast”. Watch whales, harbor seals, eagles, and shore birds from the front deck and living room. Wade the river at low tide to access a beautiful sandy beach (or take a short walk across the Yachats bridge). Restaurants, Heidi’s, Ona, Drift Inn, LunaSea, the famous coffee shop The Green Salmon, a grocery store, shops, wine store, playground, and a great pastry/lunch spot, Bread and Roses, are all just 1 to 2 blocks away.
The cabin has one bedroom with a queen sized bed. A double futon is in a separate back room (a total of 4 quests is allowed). Parking is available for one vehicle only. The cabin is equipped with WiFi and Ethernet, a full kitchen, and bath with shower. Come for a visit and cozy up in the cabin or head out to explore. Either way, you’ll want to come back for more.
Other things to note
The ancient Native American 804 trail starts right outside your front door. Head west, wind around “The Point” to the north and continue past the Adobe for a 1.5 mile spectacular walk along the ocean and to a sandy beach that stretches another 5 miles to Waldport. Head east out your front door then south to end up on the Amanda trail, which will take you to the 800 foot high look out at Cape Perpetua and the trails beyond.
Up the Yachats River you’ll find “Oreo” cows, Roosevelt elk habitat, and a restored covered bridge. Hiking trails, biking trails and running trails abound throughout the Suislaw National Forest and Cape Perpetua Scenic Area, just south of Yachats.
- No smoking inside. Smoking is allowed outside only, but not if neighbors are out. Back of cabin is a good spot.