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More Oregon's Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay


More Oregon Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay

Arch Cape Inn & Resort in Oregon

Arch Cape Inn & Resort
Arch Cape Inn was established in 1994 and is nestled at the base of an ancient volcanic mountain range where massive basalt formations plunge into the sea, the Arch Cape House sits amidst one of the world’s few temperate rainforests, steps from Pacific Ocean beaches. Built on a US Scenic By-Way as well as on the Oregon Coast Trail, the Arch Cape House is ideally located to provide our guests with luxurious and secluded accommodations from which to explore and recreate in every aspect of the natural wonders of this dramatic area. Our guests can also find world class shopping, dining, art, history and culture as well as performing arts all within a 4-7 mile radius of the Inn, in the cities of Cannon Beach and Manzanita.   Complete Story and Photos


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The Sylvia Beach Hotel in Newport, Oregon
This is truly a hotel for book lovers. There are no tv's, radios, or telephones in the rooms and no wi-fi. It is a quiet place on most days. Except for the glorious storms. Then the wind howls, the building shakes, and the rain pounds down. Some days it's warm and sunny and the sky is bright blue. Some days there's morning fog. Some days the wind makes you stay inside and read! Some days are rainbow days, the weather just can't decide. The ocean is always present. (The hotel is on a 45 foot bluff right above the surf.) You move into the rhythm of the sea. Perhaps that's why time seems to slow way down, almost to a standstill.    Complete Story and Photos


Timberline Lodge   in the Summer with Mount Hood

Timberline Lodge in Mount Hood National Forest
Timberline Lodge is the showplace for Works Progress Administration projects in Oregon. Its construction was financed with nearly a million dollars from the WPA and additional funding from the Federal Art Project for furnishings and art. With WPA funds available in December 1935, Gilbert Stanley Underwood was selected as consulting architect. Underwood had already designed lodges in several national parks, including Bryce Canyon and Yosemite. Timberline was designed in a similar rustic style to the national park lodges, with their asymmetrical design, the use of native materials, and a roughness reminiscent of pioneer craftsmanship. Working with Underwood, Forest Service architects Tim Turner, Linn Forrest, Howard Gifford, and Dean Wright drew the plans for Timberline, including sketches for the wrought-iron detailing and some of the rustic wood furniture.   Complete Story and Photos


The Geiser Grand Hotel is a historic hotel in Baker City, Oregon

Historic, Haunted and Pet Friendly Geiser Grand Hotel
The Geiser Grand Hotel is a historic hotel in Baker City, Oregon, that opened in 1889. The warm and inviting Geiser Grand Hotel is your perfect getaway! This charming historic landmark features ornate mahogany, crystal chandeliers in every room, beautiful stained glass ceiling, and Northwest food at its best. Special events sparkle here. Sunset Magazine says the Geiser Grand is "the finest hotel between Salt Lake and Seattle." Enjoy endless recreation and sightseeing in the magnificent Eastern Oregon wilderness. For those who appreciate historic preservation and timeless luxury, nothing compares to the award winning Geiser Grand. Come explore this architectural jewel, and find out why the Geiser's spectacular restoration received The National Trust for Historic Preservation's coveted Honor Award for Excellence.   Complete Story and Photos


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