This part of the Historic Queen Anne duplex consists of a three-bedroom/three-bath rental, which sleeps up to six. Built right after the great Bandon fire of 1936, which destroyed all but a few structures in town, the Historic Queen Anne is located in a picturesque, historic part of town on scenic Beach Loop Road. The ocean-facing deck offers great views of Bandon’s famous Face Rock and the Oregon Coast's beautiful sunsets. These views can also be enjoyed from inside the home as well.
Walk down to the sand via a few local staircases including one in the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge, and another in the neighboring Kronenberg County Park, both only a couple blocks away. Just a little over a mile north, find local art galleries, museums, shops, and restaurants alongside the Coquille River. Here you can also charter a fishing boat or boat tour. And less than a half-mile south, relax with a picnic lunch and watch for migrating gray whales off the Face Rock scenic viewpoint (particularly during the winter and spring Whale Watch Weeks), or hike the well-kept trail down to the beach.
Things to know:
Full kitchen (no dishwasher)
Gas grill included
The family dogs are welcome to join you here
* Please note that this rental can be combined with Historic Queen Anne North to accommodate up to 10 guests as Historic Queen Anne. A damage waiver, covering up to $2,000 of accidental damage to the property or its contents, is included in the cost of your reservation.