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Sea Spray Oceanfront Lodging Lincoln City Oregon

Cozy beach front cottage Apt, No cleaning fee, perched on an 80 ft bluff with a breathtaking ocean view, balcony, chairs, and electric BBQ The Suite offers a King bed in the main room with kitchenette ,electric fireplace, sofa , Netflix, and dining table. It has a bathroom with shower, a bedroom in the back with queen bed and ocean view .The kitchenette is stocked with cooking utensils, dishes, pots pans mini oven, Instapot , toaster, microwave, mini fridge, and a coffee maker.

$163 per night
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  2. Roseburg
Grandma’s Cottage: Long Term Rate Only $50/night!

This old-fashioned cozy cottage, nearly 500 sq ft, is located in a quiet neighborhood w/a large living/dining area, full kitchen, 3/4 bathroom & washer & dryer! There is a queen bed in the bedroom & a comfy hide-a-bed couch in the living room. There is a small fenced yard for your kids & pets and you'll have your own off-street parking spot! This cottage is your home-away-from-home and is an ideal place for longer stays. It's like coming home to "Grandma's Cottage" See more info below

$50 per night
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  2. Yachats
Blue Pearl, a place to pause and take a breath

The Blue Pearl is calling. Nestled on basalt rocks just above the mighty pacific ocean you will be right there to hear and see as the waves crash into the rocky chasm below . FYI we do have a 100 plus lb great dane puppy that has free access around the property and will come up to you, give a firm "down" if she tries to jump up.

$151 per night

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Oregon beach vacation rentals

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  2. Otter Rock
The Dude's Abode --A-Frame -- Private Ocean Access
$85 per night
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  2. Bend
MCM remodeled cottage w/ hot tub, beach, pond+view
$121 per night
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  2. Lincoln City
Moonraker -Oceanfront, balcony, kitchen, fireplace
$108 per night
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  2. Netarts
Retro Retreat by the Bay
$80 per night
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  2. Rockaway Beach
Cozy 2 Bedroom Ocean front. Steps to beach access
$159 per night
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  2. Oceanside
Modern dog-friendly studio with beachside views & only steps to the beach!
$152 per night
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  2. Bend
Portal to the Cascades
$105 per night
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  2. Waldport
Seal Cottage on Alsea Bay
$81 per night
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  2. Lincoln County
South Beach Studio 118
$56 per night
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  2. Lincoln City
Sandcastles & Sunsets - Oceanfront Condo, Hot Tub!
$225 per night
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  2. Lincoln City
Quarterdeck - Oceanfront, balcony, kitchen.
$108 per night
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  2. Rockaway Beach
Sea Villa 1: Your new favorite beach cottage!
$93 per night

Oregon house rentals

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  2. Lincoln City
Stunning river retreat on the Oregon coast
$149 per night
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  2. Portland
Spacious Forest Retreat near Multnomah Village
$80 per night
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  2. Manzanita
Little Beach Cabin - Manzanita OR
$135 per night
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  2. Portland
Charming St. John's Craftsman Bungalow
$56 per night
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  2. Terrebonne
Cozy Three Story Lookout Tower
$299 per night
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  2. Oceanside
Tree House Flat
$158 per night
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  2. Mill City
Relaxing house on Santiam River
$158 per night
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  2. Lincoln City
Panoramic Oceanfront Views, 2 King Suites & Hot Tub in Central Lincoln City! The Cliff House - Lincoln City
$217 per night
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  2. Portland
NE Haven (Bedroom 1)
$33 per night
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  2. Portland
Close-in Private getaway in the trees.
$70 per night
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  2. Coos Bay
#StayinMyDistrict Cape Arago Sanctuary on the Sea
$173 per night
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  2. Eugene
Comfortable, bright room
$35 per night

Oregon summer vacation rentals

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  2. Hillsboro
Out of Bounds: Tiny Home amongst an acre of trees
$129 per night
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  2. Lincoln City
Return of the Jetty-Beach view, ground floor/pool
$116 per night
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  2. Mount Hood Village
WanderingWoods A-Frame Cabin
$157 per night
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  2. Rockaway Beach
The Strand Oceanview Studio - Dog Friendly!
$105 per night
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  2. Rhododendron
Little House On The Mountain--ZigZag Mountain View
$132 per night
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  2. Cottage Grove
Classy Comfortable Close in Creekside Cabin
$189 per night
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  2. Coos Bay
"Uncle Joe's Place" Cozy Cottage with Water View
$111 per night
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  2. Waldport
Private Guest Suite. King Bed. Meet Our Llamas
$98 per night
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  2. Neskowin
Enchanting Ocean Views and Hot Tub at The Burrow
$194 per night
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  2. Bend
Skyliners Getaway
$75 per night
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  2. Creswell
Bear Cabin
$81 per night
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  2. Rockaway Beach
The Cottage on the Pond- hot tub + dog friendly
$121 per night

Your guide to Oregon

Welcome to Oregon

When you think of Oregon, you might immediately picture waterfalls in mossy forests, cyclists zipping around compact neighborhoods, and a culinary scene where nearly everything is labeled local and artisan. Really, that’s not far off the mark. The largest cities — the main metropolis of Portland, the smaller state capital Salem, and college town Eugene in the Willamette Valley — are only minutes away from farm country and protected wilderness areas; half the state, in fact, is covered in forest. Once you drive across the Cascade Range, scenic highways wind through the high deserts of central and eastern Oregon, where you’ll encounter ghost towns and geological wonders such as the Painted Hills and Smith Rock. Head south to spot bald eagles soaring overhead in the Klamath Basin and vintners welcoming you to lesser-known wineries around old gold-rush cities. Everywhere in between, it seems you’ll find a wild and scenic river to paddle and a picturesque trail to hike.


How do I get around Oregon?

It’s easy to explore Oregon’s largest city without a car. In Portland, transit options abound: bus, light-rail, streetcars, and bikeshares service the walkable neighborhoods. MAX trains link the Portland International Airport (PDX) — the state’s main air travel hub — and surrounding suburbs with the city center. Amtrak trains connect Portland to Salem, and onward to San Francisco to the south and Seattle to the north. But if you want to freely explore the state’s wild places, a car will do you well. In winter, you’ll want to check ahead to make sure roads and attractions are open.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Oregon?

Yes, Oregonians experience their fair share of rain — especially in the western half of the state. In places such as Portland, the Oregon Coast, and Willamette Valley, you can expect wet and temperate conditions from late fall through early spring, when drizzly mornings often give way to sunbreaks in the afternoons. Winter and early spring are also snow season in the popular ski areas around Mount Hood and Mount Bachelor, and cozy times for staying in one of the state’s many cabin rentals. All of that rain makes spring a particularly colorful time, when sprawling tulip fields blossom in dazzling shades and roses unfurl during century-old festivals. Summer is balmy, but usually not too humid, making it prime time for outdoor concerts and adventures in the rugged outdoors. Early fall is the sweet spot, when the weather remains crisp and the traffic becomes light on the state’s winding Scenic Byways and Scenic Bikeways.


What are the top things to do in Oregon?

Crater Lake National Park

Take a collapsed volcano, fill it with remarkably blue water, and you have the deepest lake in North America — and the seventh-deepest lake in the world. It’s among the most iconic sights on the West Coast and certainly worthy of a road trip to southern Oregon. Depending on the season, you can drive or ski the scenic highway loop around the rim for magical views of Wizard Island, an ancient cinder cone that rises like an iceberg above the lake’s surface.

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

A short ride east of Portland brings you into a dramatic canyon of basalt cliffs, where the Columbia River rushes past Multnomah Falls, the state’s tallest waterfall, along cool waterfront towns such as Hood River, and offers scenic overlooks galore. This is the United States’ largest national scenic area, famous for its waterfalls, hiking trails, and windsurfing.

WIllamette Valley wineries

More than 500 wineries dot the Willamette Valley, where tasting rooms feel more like low-key hangouts and families still operate many of the small-lot vineyards. The volcanic soils and temperate climate have made the valley the ideal environment for growing pinot noir, pinot gris, and chardonnay. Despite the young age of Oregon’s wine industry, the state’s vintages increasingly receive international acclaim.