We had a lovely 1 night stay at the old lodge. The lobby gathering room was absolutely beautiful; it made me want to curl up before the fire and sink into a good book. It was masterful the way the design allowed guest and visitors to enjoy the outdoors from inside. The cooler of iced water was welcoming after our hike. We would recommend this lodge to friends and family.
This was our first experience staying at the Blue Gull Inn. We especially enjoyed the close proximity to all of the shopping and dining Cannon Beach has to offer. Plus, the walk to the beach was only about two blocks, and the walk is so pleasant due to the charming beach cottages. A camera is a must of course, not only for the infamous Haystack Rock, but also for those special cottages that offer unique and creative touches.
We really enjoyed our stay at the Surf Sand Resort and wished that we had booked for longer! We had a very nice beach front room with an amazing view of Haystack Rock and the ocean. The staff was very nice and recommended a great place to have dinner. We found our stay very relaxing and we will definitely be back!
Over the years I've stayed several times in Cannon Beach and keep coming back, whenever I can to the Cannon Beach Hotel Lodgings group. Because I travel with my dog, CBHL is the a great option for those with the furry folk. Always so friendly and accommodating.
Hotel staff and house keeping are delightful and caring.
I reserved the room on the second floor with the view.
It was my husband's birthday, and I wanted make it special. The room was beautiful, and very clean. All the nice restaurants and cafe are walking distance. Most of them close at 9-10pm, so have something at late night should be covered by their small kitchen. We bought a bottle of wine, cheese, fruits, olives, for late night snack. We enjoyed it so much. Thank you!
Cannon Beach's 235-foot basalt Haystack Rock attracts photographers, birdwatchers, and artists to the sandy shores of the North Oregon Coast. A thriving arts community and proximity to 1,304-acre Ecola State Park also draw visitors to Cannon Beach, located 79 miles west of Portland. Beachgoers spend their days flying kites or building sand castles and return as the sun sets to build bonfires.