Astoria is the oldest settlement west of the Rockies. One of the towns most visited attractions is the Astoria Column, a towering hilltop monument with murals depicting area history. The tower has breathtaking ocean and river views. You can also visit the Columbia Maritime Museum or enjoy the many historical sites to be seen at the mouth of the Columbia River.

Seaside, a 25 minute drive South, offers a wide variety of attractions and fun family activities. Wide sandy beaches are a favorite for all ages, but there is also amusement park rides, large video arcade, paddle boats on the river, and a lot of saltwater taffy and fudge. A Seaside landmark is the 1.8 mile oceanside "Prom". Walk along the prom and enjoy the ocean views.

Cannon Beach, 8 miles from Seaside, is the home of Haystack Rock. It has an inviting downtown with the ideal combination of unique shops, art galleries, coffee houses, bakeries and restaurants. When traveling down the coast Cannon Beach is a must see. We are delighted to have two inns, Schooner's Cove & The Wayside Inn, in this quaint seaside town.

Manzanita, is a special beach community surrounded by the Pacific ocean, Neah-Kah-Nie Mountain, and lush forests. Tourists will discover miles of peaceful beach, a nine-hole golf course and a variety of camping options. While in Manzanita visit Alder Creek Farm, which has a 50 acre wildlife sanctuary. The Westover company has a wonderful vacation rental in Manzanita, Westover House.

Rockaway Beach has 7 miles of sandy beaches. In this small town you'll find the Oregon Coast Railroad which travels along Tillamook Bay, which allows riders to experience beautiful ocean views and a sense of history. While visiting try one of the great restaurants serving local ingredients, stop by one of the eclectic shops, and talk with the locals.

Tillamook is the place to go for cheese.  The Tillamook Cheese Visitors Center is the most visited attraction on the Oregon coast.  At the center have lunch, go on a tour, try some samples then get a scoop or two of their wonderful ice cream for dessert. Tillamook is also the place to find amazing salmon fishing as it has 7 rivers.

Pacific City is home of the Dory boats where captains launch their boats through the breakers to fish at sea. Plan a trip to Pacific City during Dory Days in July when all the boats are decorated and there's a fun parade. This town is a boaters paradise. They have the Big Nestucca which is slow running with plenty of room for canoeing, kayaking, or motoring. Many visitors paddle the large Nestucca estuary and canals. And don't forget the surf and open ocean for the daring kayakers.

Lincoln City, located on the 45 parallel, is also the home of two sister properties, Looking Glass Inn and Pelican Shores Inn.  Lincoln City is known as the "Kite Flying Capital". The town has miles of flat sandy beach and great wind for kite flying.  Devils Lake, Siletz Bay and the worlds smallest river, D River give water sports lovers plenty to do. If kite flying and water sports aren't your thing try Chinook Winds Casino, Lincoln City Outlet Mall and the Jennifer Sears Glass Studio.

Depoe Bay, the Whale Watching Capital of the Oregon coast, has a local pod of gray whales. Often the whales can be seen from land or you can take a chartered whale watching tour. While in town you can see amazing spouting horns, caused by waves running beneath lava beds, that can shoot sea water as high as 60 feet in the air during stormy seas.

Newport, situated between the coastal mountains, Yaquina Bay and the ocean, offers many activities and attractions. Explore the historic Nye Beach area which is the "art heart" of Newport. Visit Oregon's tallest lighthouse on Yaquina Head which is located in the Yaquina Head Recreation District that also has swimming, picnicking, fishing and hiking, or spend the day exploring the Oregon Coast Aquarium.

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Lincoln City, Oregon - Hotels

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Shearwater Inn , 120 Inlet Court, Lincoln City, OR 97367, Ph: 541-994-4121, Reservations: 1-800-869-8069

Westover Inns is a family owned company with hotels on the Oregon Coast, in Lake Oswego, and The Dalles.
Shearwater Inn is one of three Lincoln City hotels owned by the company.   Visit: www.westoverinns.com for more information.
WHEN SHOPPING FOR A HOTEL ON THE OREGON COAST choose Lincoln City, Oregon as your destination and stay at Shearwater Inn.  We are one of the few Oregon Coast hotels to deliver continental breakfast to your room and have a wine social every evening.
Visit www.westoverinns.com for more information.
Shearwater Inn, 120 Inlet Court,
Lincoln City, Oregon 97367 Phone: (541) 994-4121
Reservations: 1-800-869-8069 - Fax: (541) 994-8273
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