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- Entire guesthouse
You’ll find your stay at Cypress Knoll quiet and comfortable. The conveniently-located stand-alone cottage was designed for travelling professionals. At 320 sq ft, your furnished bedroom has a queen TempurPedic bed and spacious full bath plus refrigerator, microwave, smart TV and solid WiFi. You will have complete privacy with the amount of guest-host interaction completely up to you. Bi-weekly linen service included. PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS NO KITCHEN - OPEN BURNER COOKING IS NOT ALLOWED.
- Entire home
Beach front property, walk outside and onto the beach or hang out on the deck where you can enjoy beautiful sunsets. Walking distance to Old Town. Enjoy laying out on the beach,walks or fishing. 3 bed 2 bath with futon in loft (Roll away beds also available). Breathtaking views Enjoy the sights & sounds of the Pacific Ocean from the comfort of our home. Listen to the seagulls, the foghorn and the crashing waves as you take in the magnificent view. *** No pets allowed!
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Your guide to Bandon
All About Bandon
Where the Coquille River feeds into the Pacific Ocean in southwestern Oregon, you’ll find the city of Bandon, a once-isolated fishing and logging village that has evolved into a lively secluded destination for surfers, storm watchers, and nature lovers. The Coquille River Light watches over the city from the north side of the river and signals to ships during the region’s thrilling and intense wind storms, while the gentle rush of waves crashing against the docks provides pleasant background accompaniment throughout the historic old town.
The cultural influences of Bandon-by-the-Sea are vivid throughout the city, but especially in its architecture, where Bandon rental homes are a blend of old-world Ireland, 19th-century New England cottages, and contemporary Pacific Northwest cabins. A wander through Old Town Bandon will bring you past public sculptures and shops that offer locally crafted oils, fudge, and leather goods. The setting sun provides ambient lighting for many dining options, from fish tacos and burgers to fine dining featuring freshly caught salmon and crab.
How do I get around Bandon?
Though Bandon prides itself on being a secluded oceanside town, getting to vacation rentals in Bandon, Oregon does take time. The closest airport is Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport (MFR), which is about three hours by car. Southwest Oregon Regional Airport (OTH) in North Bend is forty minutes away and has connections from San Francisco and Denver. You’ll need a car to get around the city, except in Old Town, which has maintained its pedestrian-friendly design since the town’s founding in 1891. If you’re looking to explore nearby towns on Oregon’s south coast, Curry Public Transit’s Coastal Express operates on weekdays (except holidays) and stops at Coos Bay, Gold Beach, and Brookings.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Bandon?
Bandon sits just north of the Brookings Banana Belt, a meteorological phenomenon that gives the city a mild Mediterranean climate unlike anything else in the Pacific Northwest. The phenomenon is a major draw for storm watchers, because this mix of warm and cool air causes dramatic and exciting wind storms during the wintertime. The city comes alive in spring, with colorful flowers blooming in the fields, and restaurants and shops extending their hours in anticipation of major events like the Blessing of the Fleet, honoring local fishers, veterans, and their families.
In the summer, people tend to spend most of their time outside, and the waves are fantastic for surfing. The weather is also optimal for wandering nearby nature trails. As the leaves turn to breathtaking shades of orange, red, and yellow in the fall, the city showcases its most-celebrated agricultural crop with the Cranberry Festival.
What are the top things to do in Bandon?
Bandon Historical Society Museum
Housed in the former city hall, the Bandon Historical Society Museum stages exhibitions that illustrate Bandon’s past, including baskets and beadwork from the Coquille peoples, who first lived in this region thousands of years ago; the region’s logging, seafaring, and cheesemaking history; and the forest fire that destroyed much of the village in 1936.
Coquille Point Trail
This trail offers beautiful views of Bandon’s beaches and wildlife, as well as the opportunity to learn about the people and animals who have called this region home. The paved path follows the cliffs, with a series of offshore rocks providing shelter for puffins, cormorants, and harbor seals.
Coquille River Light
Two miles north of Bandon is Bullards Beach State Park, with 4.5 miles of protected sandy beach and trails for hikers and mountain bikers. The 47-foot-tall Coquille River Light, first illuminated in 1896, sits on the river’s north bank. Between May and October, weather permitting, you can go up to the lantern room and learn about the story of this lighthouse from enthusiastic, informed volunteers.