We stayed three nights in June. Our room opened directly on to a lawn leading right to the sea. The great room, showcasing quirky architecture [Craftsman by way of Gaudi] was huge, overlooking the lawn and ocean, a perfect setting for the delicious breakfasts prepared by Nerina, our beautiful and very professional hostess. It didn't hurt that we had the place to ourselves! Added feature: Cape Perpetua, right up the road, a scenic gem with trails of all levels of ease or difficulty, either among tide pools or into deep forest. Evening dining necessitated a drive up to Yachats, about 10 mins, or further downcoast to Florence, which can take a half hour, possibly more if you are stuck behind a slow trailer on the winding road.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Seated on a 4 acre oceanfront bluff, the SeaQuest offers a tranquil setting, private guest rooms, a gourmet breakfast and limitless opportunities to explore the dramatic & natural beauty of the scenic Oregon coast. ... more less