Max occupancy: 6
3 Queen Bed
1260 Beach Loop, Bandon, OR 97411
New Listing - Queen Anne Duplex in Historic Bandon
This part of the Historic Queen Anne duplex consists of a three-bedroom/three-bath unit, which sleeps six. Built just after the great Bandon fire of 1936, which destroyed all but a few structures in the town, The Historic Queen Anne is located in a picturesque, historic part of Bandon on scenic Beach Loop Road. The large deck facing the Pacific Ocean has great views of Bandon’s famous Face Rock and beautiful sunsets. There are white-water ocean views from the dining and living rooms.
What's Nearby: Local art galleries Fishing Whale Watching Golfing Crabbing
Things to Know: Free Wifi Full Kitchen Pet Friendly This unit can be combined with the adjacent duplex to sleep 10
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Washer/dryer : Private
Sheryl T.Mar 2019
I absolutely love Bandon! Our family has been going there for 22 years. We loved finding the historic Queen Anne as now that we have two teenagers, having 3 beds and 3 baths makes life so much easier! The location is great, just a block from the beach with partial beach views from 3 rooms and the deck. The kitchen is small but adequate. The dining room/ living room very comfortable and a great place for inside family time. We will definitely be back!
Erin G.Aug 2018
This was a charming place! A very old building well kept up. We had everything we needed for our long weekend stay. The place is very clean and tidy with a view of the ocean from the back deck. The mattresses on each bed are very soft and comfy. We had our toddler-age son and small dog along for this trip...it is a very toddler and dog friendly unit. It is within walking distance to the beach, a playground, and a closed in dog park, and is only a few minute drive from quaint old-downtown. Nice and quiet in a safe neighborhood. I would recommend this to anyone!
Bridget L.Jul 2018
Nice for a short stay. Beach house style furnishings were decent. We liked the nook off one bedroom for reading books. Beds were queen size and comfortable with casual bedding. Plastic adorandak chairs for watching the waves and sunset were on the deck. There was a nice grill inside the garage, but we did not use it. Having a washer and dryer on the beach was very convenient. My grandson liked using the sand buckets and shovels. The unit had a reasonable amount of linens and towels and pots and pans. The wood floors were new and the unit looked great at first glance. The town of Bandon was quaint with little shops and great seafood. The beach was the best. Although it was cold and very windy, we enjoyed the rocky beach, beach combing, and building sand castles.