If you're looking for an Oregon Coast vacation without all the crowds, consider a stay at one of our Oregon House vacation rentals. Surrounded by evergreens and boasting incredible ocean views, these charming homes combine a wonderful sense of seclusion with the spectacular scenery of the Pacific coast.
* Planning a wedding? The Oregon House is available as a venue for your special day, and there's even an ordained minister available. Please call Vacasa for more information or to take advantage of this service.
Where is The Oregon House?
Our Oregon House rentals are located about seven miles south of the quiet town of Yachats
, on a quiet oceanfront bluff. Nestled between the Siuslaw National Forest and the sparkling blue Pacific Ocean, this isolated property is dotted with benches and wooden swings for taking in the sweeping views of the forest and water. Elk, bald eagles, and breaching whales are frequent visitors here, so keep your eyes peeled during your stay!
Oregon House Amenities
The property comprises five cottages of varying sizes, perfect for everything from a romantic retreat to a family get-together. Each home has recently been remodeled, with new furnishings, a kitchenette for simple meals, and a private deck. Skylights and huge ocean-facing windows fill the interiors with soft natural light, creating an elegant, inviting space to relax and spend some quality time with the ones you love.
If it's beach time you're after, you'll find a private path on the edge of the property that leads down to a hidden beach (the path is a little steep and can be dangerous if it's been raining, so please be careful!). If you're staying with small children, or just would prefer a little less hassle, there's public beach access at Tenmile Creek a short drive away. Those in the mood for an adventure can lace up their hiking boots and head north to the rocky headlands of Cape Perpetua for some truly stunning sights.
For an Oregon Coast getaway
unlike any other, pack your bags and book a stay at one of these beautiful Oregon House vacation homes - where the forest and the ocean collide.
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