Enjoy a relaxing and romantic getaway in beautiful Oceanside on the Oregon
coast. Fall asleep to the sound of the sea and in the morning enjoy a healthy,
multi-course breakfast. Our home is nestled between Cape Lookout and Cape
Meares on the Three Capes Scenic Loop. Enjoy spectacular beaches, lush
forests, and friendly people. We are near Tillamook, an easy drive from
Portland. We're just 40 miles south of Cannon Beach, and our village offers a
nice break from the crowds. See our Local Activities page for more information
on things to do in our area.
PO Box 342
Oceanside, OR 97134
Our comfortable guest suites feature ocean views, vaulted ceilings, four-
poster beds with deluxe memory foam mattresses, and free WiFi. The private
bathrooms feature heated tile floors and 6-foot tubs-for-two with showers.
Our location is free from the glare of street lights so on a clear night you can
enjoy a sky full of stars.
Our home is efficiently heated using a hydronic radiant floor system,
eliminating heating ducts and greatly reducing airborne allergens. Our central
vacuum system also helps us keep dust and pollen outside where it belongs.
An upstairs common area exclusively for our guests offers books, games,
microwave popcorn, a Keurig™ coffeemaker, and a refrigerator/freezer stocked
with Tillamook ice cream (goes great with Rosemary's homemade cookies!).
We give our guests a choice of breakfast times: 8:30 or 9:00am. Rosemary's
fresh multi-course breakfast menu changes daily and includes the following:
- Fresh fruit parfait
- Homemade granola
- Freshly baked muffins and scones
- Hot entrée (soufflé, frittata, etc.)
- Freshly brewed organic coffee
- Assorted teas
- Orange juice
Whenever possible we use organic
eggs from locally grown free-range
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-- Rosemary & Peter Hemm
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We support the responsible use of natural resources by buying local produce,
recycling, and composting.