Where to Stay in Clatsop County – Inns, B&B’s and Small Hotels

Whether planning a getaway to the coast or a “staycation” for the weekend, Clatsop County has accommodations for everyone. From Craftsman-style bed and breakfasts to swanky condos with amazing views, we’ve rounded up the most interesting places the area has to offer.

1. Rose River Inn

The Rose River Inn is a historic bed and breakfast located in Astoria. Photo courtesy: Rose River Inn

David and Pam Armstrong run the Rose River Inn, a one-of-a-kind bed and breakfast. Not only is this five-room inn praised in multiple travel magazines, but it’s also a historic home with a rich past. The Rose River Inn was built in 1912.  Filled with country style antiques, the hotel is on the local historical register and also located within a national historic district.

Rose River Inn Bed and Breakfast
1510 Franklin Avenue in Astoria
(888) 876-0028 or (503) 325-7175

2. Cannon Beach Hotel

The Cannon Beach Hotel is a New England style boutique hotel and was built in 1914. Photo courtesy: Cannon Beach Hotel

Established in 1914, the Cannon Beach Hotel is the go-to spot on the coast. The style is said to be that of a New England boutique hotel, and it doesn’t disappoint. Although it offers luxurious, modern-day amenities like fresh flowers and warm fireplaces, this hotel’s history extends far into the past. Travelers have stayed at the historic hotel since 1914, making it one of the oldest hotels on the Oregon Coast.

Cannon Beach Hotel
1116 S. Hemlock Street in Cannon Beach

3. The Astoria Painted Lady

The Astoria Painted Lady vacation rental offers guests a quiet stay in one of the city’s most colorful historic homes. Photo courtesy: Astoria Painted Lady

Looking for something a bit more colorful for your stay? Look no further than The Astoria Painted Lady. This vibrant, Victorian vacation rental has it all. Situated atop the hill above the city, the views from this property are unbeatable. The Painted Lady is perfect for a quiet getaway, boasts a fully equipped kitchen, and is dog friendly.

The Astoria Painted Lady
Book Online or call HomeAway Booking

4. The Crosby House Bed and Breakfast

The Crosby House is one of the areas newest bed and breakfasts after opening its doors in 2014. Photo courtesy: The Crosby House

Astoria’s newest addition to the bed and breakfast selection, The Crosby House was built in 1880 by former Astoria mayor Magnus C. Crosby. Ken and Teresa Mittelbusche, the current owners, have remodeled the entire house since purchasing it in 2002. Located in Astoria’s “Uniontown” district, this quaint bed and breakfast offers exceptional views, a full breakfast every morning, and private baths in every room.

The Crosby House Bed & Breakfast
364 Bond Street in Astoria

5. The Gilbert Inn

The Gilbert Inn was constructed by one of Seaside’s founding fathers in 1892. Photo courtesy: The Gilbert Inn

This romantic destination B&B is perfect for couples that want a private, oceanfront location at which to spend their weekend. Located in Seaside, the Gilbert Inn was established in 1892 by one of Seaside’s founding fathers, Alexandre Gilbert. This Queen Anne-style retreat is exquisitely decorated, and guests enjoy expansive grounds. The Gilbert Inn is as unique as it is beautiful, and encourages its patrons to “experience a retreat like no other offered on the Oregon coast.”

The Gilbert Inn Bed and Breakfast
341 Beach Drive in Seaside
800-507-2714 or 503-738-4142

6. Airbnb in Historic Home

This historic 1892 home includes two Airbnb rentals. Photo credit: Lisa Lamping

If you are looking for an authentic visit to a historic home, check out these two Airbnb options.  Located inside a 1892 Victorian home, Lisa Lamping and her husband offer two Airbnb rentals.  Victorian Sands is a two-person studio apartment decorated in a beach theme.  The Captain’s Lodge sleeps six and is full of amenities with a nautical, beach theme.  Both rentals make a romantic getaway.

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