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Make Port Orford your next getaway—choose from 18 great vacation rentals

Nestled along the Southern Oregon Coast, just beyond Floras Lake State Park, you can discover a peaceful and charming destination when you pick from Vacasa's Port Orford lodging options. Just under five hours from Portland, Port Orford will be the setting of a memorable Oregon Coast getaway to this unique seastack-covered shoreline.

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Mobley Myrtle Brook
4 Bedroom | 3 Bath | Sleeps 20

Mobley Myrtle Brook - Port Orford, OR

$481 avg / night
Hummingbird Hideout
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Hummingbird Hideout - Port Orford, OR

$155 avg / night
Captains Anchor
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Captains Anchor - Port Orford, OR

$156 avg / night
Coast Haven
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Coast Haven - Port Orford, OR

$194 avg / night
 Millay House
3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 8

Millay House - Port Orford, OR

$225 avg / night

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Recent Port Orford vacation rental reviews

Stayed over a week in this newly renovated unit and enjoyed it very much. The best thing was the fantastic coastal view with mountain, sea and beach. It is also centrally located in the small Oregon coast town of Port Orford; right on rocky coast with plenty of beaches as well. You can easily walk to town, restaurants and beach (downhill all the way). The unit is the smallest of several being constructed (4 I think) and the bigger units have an even better view! The construction causes a bit of chaos and comings and goings but it wasn't bothersome. The friendly and helpful owner says he will be putting up arrows signs to each unit but for now, this one is unit B. Also confusing is that you share the road/drive with a city trail, but there is parking near the lower units. There is a nice small kitchen complete with all you need including ice trays and toaster, and the induction stove tops worked well with lovely copper pots that cleaned so easily. Separate bedroom with a few shallow steps up to bath. The only drawbacks were that currently, because there is a second full bed in living area, there is only room for one easy chair. Since I was alone that was fine but more people would have to sit on bed or at table (owner is working on getting sleeper sofa). Secondly the only window in bedroom opens to walkway for other units so you hear some coming and going when it's open. In time there may be AC/heat pump which I'm not sure you'll ever need but it might solve that problem. And once construction is done it might not matter. The bed is comfy, there's a jetted tub in bathroom and you can sit outside on a grassy hill and take in the view. What more can you ask for?
Kathleen P. | Jul 2022
Beautiful location. Nice views. We would stay again. Thank you
Lenore C. | Jun 2022
This place was amazing. Our family and puppy enjoyed the lake and the area by the lake. The kids fished the dog ran around and swam in the lake. Great private location. Can’t wait to return.
Colin B. | Jun 2022

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Beach comb, fly a kite, build sandcastles - Port Orford has it all! From here, you'll be just 56 miles north of Brookings and about 27 miles south of Bandon. Day trips in either direction, along Highway 101 are a scenic and fun way to spend the day. If you do want to stay near your Port Orford lodging, right in town you can visit Battle Rock, a famous battlesite between opposing forces in 1851. At Port Orford Bay, there are opportunities for wind, board, and body surfing, and in calm weather, you can head out in a canoe or kayak. Visit the Orford Reefs, the sea lion rookery, and keep an eye out for gray whales during the migration seasons.

Throughout Port Orford, there is an extensive trail system winding through town. It's a great way to sight-see on two feet. Other hiking options include nearby Cape Blanco State Park (also home to an historic lighthouse), the Blacklock Point Trail, Humbug Mountain, and even Buffington Park. Here you can also play miniature golf, horseshoes, basketball, or visit a butterfly and hummingbird garden. And when you work up an appetite, this small town is big on dining options, whether it's Crazy Norwegians for crab melts or the Paradise Cafe for home-style country breakfasts.

When you leave your Port Orford lodging in the morning, one thing is sure - the possibilities are many and the scenery is simply stunning! Photo credit: Mona Makela via Shutterstock