Experience a quaint coastal getaway with the ones you love at this dog-friendly Port Orford cottage. Welcoming up to six guests and two dogs, it's an inviting abode with a private hot tub, a large backyard, and a great location for exploring the beautiful Southern Oregon Coast.
Tucked into a woodsy neighborhood on the southwest side of town, the home's secluded location offers plenty of peace and quiet. Take a short walk west to find the nearest beach, or go east into town for shopping and dining options along Highway 101.
Whether you've come for a relaxing weekend or an activity-filled stay, you're sure to find just what you're looking for in this home. Spend some time in the living area's upbeat ambiance, where colorful walls, coast-inspired furnishings, and artistic decor reside. Flip on the Netflix- and DVD-equipped TV for a group movie on a rainy day, or draw the curtains for a refreshing mid-day nap.
When you get hungry, head into the kitchen to whip up fresh seafood dishes using its modern appliances, varied cookware, and ample countertops. Eat together at the dining area table, or take your meal onto the outdoor deck or patio if the weather calls for it. There's also an outdoor fire pit for warming up at night, and a gazebo for taking in fresh air. While dining al fresco, you'll be treated to the fragrant smell of myrtlewood, and you could even let your dogs run around in the fenced-in yard (with a small nightly fee, up to two dogs are welcome to join you).
Wind down your day with a dip in the home's hot tub on the enclosed porch, or connect to the WiFi to plan tomorrow's adventures. You also needn't pack heavy thanks to a private washer/dryer.
Retire to any of the three bedrooms for the restful sleep you deserve. With a king bed in downstairs suite, a full bed in the guest bedroom, and an additional king-size bedroom upstairs, up to six guests are accommodated here.
Wake with a fresh cup of coffee and toast in the kitchen, then review your schedule. Right here in Port Orford you'll find a secluded beach to explore - keep an eye out for rocks and shells buried in the sand, or stop for a photo of the seastack rocks in the distance. You'll have a few restaurants around town, and no trip to town is complete without a stop at Crazy Norwegian's Fish & Chips.
Ready for some road trips? Lace up some sturdy shoes for a hike at Humbug Mountain State Park (six miles south), visit the Cape Blanco Lighthouse (10 miles north), or tour the Hughes Historic House (about nine miles north). You could also check out other coastal communities both north and south along Highway 101, including Gold Beach, Brookings, Bandon, and Coos Bay.
Escape to the Southern Oregon Coast for an unforgettable vacation - book this charming cottage today!