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The tiny community of Cape Meares is known to its longtime residents one of the Northern Oregon Coast's best-kept secrets. The area is part of the famous Three Capes Scenic Drive, and includes the beautiful Cape Meares State Park with its charming lighthouse. Our Cape Meares vacation rentals offer jaw-dropping ocean views and peaceful relaxation, while still keeping close to the dining and shopping options of nearby Tillamook and Oceanside.

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Shoreline Cottage Oceanfront Vacation Rental 3D Tour
2 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Shoreline Cottage Oceanfront Vacation Rental - Cape Meares, OR

From $174
The Heron's Nest Vacation Rental 3D Tour
2 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

The Heron's Nest Vacation Rental - Cape Meares, OR

From $150
Bayocean Retreat 3D Tour
3 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Bayocean Retreat - Cape Meares, OR

From $99
Cape Meares Beach Getaway 3D Tour
1 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 4

Cape Meares Beach Getaway - Cape Meares, OR

From $149
Cape Meares Retreat 3D Tour
3 Bed | 1.5 Bath | Sleeps 8

Cape Meares Retreat - Cape Meares, OR

From $94

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Recent Cape Meares vacation rental reviews

This house worked out very well for four friends and one dog for four nights. BUT anyone sleeping downstairs (where the king-sized bed and pull-out couch are) were subjected to loud creaking noises when anyone walked around on the second floor. That was our only complaint about the house. Otherwise the kitchen had everything we needed, the shared living spaces and dining area had great views, and the lawn leading down to the beach was great for bocce and games. But not everyone got a good night's sleep because of the unusually loud creaking of the upstairs floor.
Kristin F. | None
Excellent location, house well furnished and has everything you'd need. It was clean and comfortable. And the neighbors have built new stairs going down to the beach so they're safe and sturdy! The only downside is if you are with a group of people who go to bed or wake up at different times, the floors creak VERY loudly. The master bedroom is directly under the kitchen and there is no way someone could sleep through people walking in the kitchen. Not really a problem for us since we all went to bed a roughly the same time, but might be for some groups.
Sara M. | None
The house has no next door neighbors so it's very private. The living spaces are wonderful, plenty of dishes, hot tub and a nice small grill outside. Only 2 bedrooms and bathrooms but a nice sleeper sofa my 22 yr old sob comfortably slept on. The only downside is the shower downstairs has no light so is very dark. Upstairs shower head is barely 5'6" high. All the furniture is very comfortable and the views are amazing. You can't see the ocean a block away but you can hear it!
Susan H. | None

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Things to do in Cape Meares

Without a doubt, the number one attraction near town is the Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint. The small but impressive park is home to both the shortest lighthouse and the largest Sitka Spruce in Oregon, as well as some of the Coast's best views over the crashing Pacific Ocean. The viewpoints in the park are known as a prime whale-watching spot during migration season, and a favorite nesting grounds for seabirds, including the common murre, bald eagle, and peregrine falcon.

On clear days, visitors might catch a glimpse of the tufted puffins and Steller sea lions who enjoy protected breeding grounds at the Three Arch Rocks Natural Wildlife Refuge to the southwest of Cape Meares. Many vacationers along the Oregon Coast pass through Cape Meares as they journey along the Three Capes Scenic Route, a 40-mile loop drive that meanders along the shoreline from Pacific City to Tillamook. Even on rainy days, when you might be tempted to hunker down in your cozy Cape Meares beach cottage, the well-marked path at Three Capes is worth an afternoon's exploration, showing off some of Oregon's most panoramic viewpoints in state parks at Cape Lookout and Cape Kiwanda.

Along the sandy beach of Cape Meares and in the surrounding parks, visitors can enjoy some of the best hiking, kayaking, kite-flying, crabbing, fishing, and birdwatching in the state. While Cape Meares itself is very quiet, the community is only five minutes from Oceanside, with fresh seafood and homemade desserts at Roseanna's Cafe or Brewin' in the Wind.

Day trips from Cape Meares

Within twenty minutes, Tillamook offers all the dining and shopping options of a larger town, plus the ultimate rainy-day activity: touring and tasting at the Tillamook Cheese Factory. Cape Meares makes a convenient home base for exploring the Oregon Coast, with a number of popular tourist destinations within an hour and a half's drive: Cannon Beach and Seaside to the north, Pacific City and Lincoln City to the south. Portland is under two hours away, and Seattle can be reached within four and a half hours.

Close to the conveniences of "civilization" but offering a true sense of getting away from it all, a stay at one of our Cape Meares vacation rentals is unmatched for its combination of natural beauty and peacefulness on the Northern Oregon Coast.

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