Come discover one of the best views on the Oregon Coast. When you step onto the deck of your newly remodeled room, you’ll experience the sights and sounds of the Pacific. Enjoy breath-taking views, gas fireplaces, decks, kitchens, free W-Fi, and direct access to miles of pristine beach. Start your morning with a complimentary continental breakfast, then relax in your room or explore the area. End your day with a swim in the heated indoor pool sit back and watch the lighted surf.
Made In Oregon’s first store opened at Portland International Airport in 1975. Since then they’ve built a solid reputation as vendors of high quality, local products made, caught, or grown in Oregon. For the last 40 years, Made in Oregon has supported the local economy by sourcing and selling artisan and farm products. They’ve invested in hundreds of small businesses and Oregon people who make, grow, and bring good things to the market. With nine locations across the state, it’s easy to find local, hand-made products that showcase what makes the Oregon culture so unique.
Situated in the downtown Liberty District, Hotel Elliott is an easy stroll to the best of Astoria’s emerging culinary scene. Browse the shops, or enjoy live entertainment and other local attrac- tions. Beachcombing, golf, hiking and other out- door recreation are just minutes away. The roof- top terrace offers 360° views of the Columbia River, Astoria Column and neighboring Victorian neighborhoods. Guest rooms feature their sig- nature ‘Wonderful Beds,’ heated tile floors and intimate lighting that lend to a cozy, relaxed feel. Hotel Elliott is recommended by The New York Times Travel, Conde’ Nast, Sunset and Travel + Leisure magazines.
FREED GALLERY was built as a showcase for art. The soaring 18-foot ceiling, the tall corner windows and the graceful curved staircase envelop the space in a quiet, elegant manner. It invites and challenges the artist to bring the best canvas, extraordinary sculpture, unusual metal work, exciting shaped clay, glistening ceramics, wood turned as if created from stone, glass of breathtaking hues and design, functional furniture as art and one-of-a-kind jewelry. Situated across from the Siletz Bay (a National Wildlife Preserve), this gallery on the incredible Oregon Coast is designed for the artist, the local residents, anyone on vacation and those who consider the Coast their second home.
Noble Estate Vineyard and Winery is an artisan winery producing quality wines in Oregon’s South Willamette Valley. Taste award-winning Noble Estate wines at locations in Eugene, Yachats, and Bend. There are more than fifteen wines to choose from including their Gold Medal Winning muscat, passion, viognier and Pinot noir. Local beer available on tap.
Ann and Tony Kischner’s Bridgewater Bistro is a full-service restaurant in Astoria on the banks of the Columbia River, just below the majestic Astoria-Megler Bridge to Washington. The restaurant is open seven days a week, serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. The bistro offers a diverse and affordable menu of small plates, soups, salads and main courses, focusing on local regional products. Breads and desserts are baked in house. Order from the full bar and award-winning wine list, featuring regional vineyards.
Cannon Beach Hotel Lodgings—four classic, small inns near Haystack Rock. The Cannon Beach Hotel, practicing the art of hospitality since 1914, is one of the oldest on the Oregon Coast. Updated with custom furnishings and bedding, plush towels, and original art, it welcomes you with style and grace. Cozy elegance includes a blazing lobby fire, arm chairs, and hot beverages. Rooms include claw-foot tubs, fireplaces, four-poster beds, custom mattresses, and a breakfast you won’t forget. A seasonal cafe adjoins the lobby from March to November.