This is a lovely older home in a convenient and pleasant location with a view of the Bay. The owners are natives of Coos Bay and very knowledgeable. They were helpful in suggesting places to eat and things to do.
This was a great way to see Coos Bay. Walking distance to downtown. Great hospitality and very accommodating. Really enjoyed the charm. The bed was great. Plan on staying there the next time in town. Enjoyed the breakfast, little to much to eat, but fantastic.
My wife and two teen age daughters spent the night here on our way through on a tour of the California and Oregon coast. Our only regret is that we did not have several days to spend in the Coos Bay area. The Manor was very nice, clean, well decorated and we had a comfortable stay. The breakfast was delicious and the owner and chef were very nice. I highly recommend staying here and felt the value was well worth price. The location is also a nice walk to downtown dining and the waterfront. I look forward to coming back here to stay again in the future.
The owners did not dress/look professional but were friendly. Our room did not have a shower, only a tub. Since there were other rooms available with showers, we were surprised that they did not offer another room (even for an upcharge). Breakfast was ok.
My fiancee and I were in town visiting family and stayed at the Coos Bay Manor. It was a wonderful experience, close to great restaurants and shops. I cannot boast enough about our hosts, the rooms were spectacular and best of all they treated us just like family. We will definitely be back soon.
My wife and I where very pleased with Coos Bay Manor and if you have to chose somewhere to stay in Coos Bay I wouldn't go anywhere else. Great breakfast options and a very warm and friendly family (we even helped decorate the giant Christmas tree in the foyer!). The house itself is located close to downtown making lots of restaurants and shopping a comfortable walk.
Nice Victorian home. Pleasant and helpful proprietor. Wine and water were accessible but no afternoon hors d'oeuvres, cheese plate, etc. Room was nice with an attached bathroom. Breakfast was lacking in taste and preparation, French Toast needed more time in the skillet.
Great setting right on the Umpqua River. The owners are great hosts and provided a really good breakfast. I am definitely returning during the spring salmon run to stay again and try some Umpqua salmon fishing. The B&B is close to the coast (20 minutes) so you can stay and just run over to the beach for a little surf and turf time then return to the quiet and calm of their home. They have a great deck that overlooks the river and small float boats and gear for a little bass fishing in off salmon times if you are inclined. Highly recommend.
We needed a resting place on our road trip and Coos Bay itself is not our normal stop but this location was ideal (within walking distance to restaurants and bars). The owner was very nice and there were perks including a little fridge (shared with other guests) to store our wine and cheese purchases. The area has many sites within driving distance so you'll want to stay a few nights.
My husband and I stayed 3 nights at Daybreak Haven B&B. It was cozy, peaceful and very comfortable. We stayed in the river view room and slept like babies with the windows open to the sound of the peaceful river. Shelly is an amazing cook! Her breakfasts were delicious and very filling :-) We would definitely stay there again!
Madge and David were very kind and welcoming from the start. The Manor is beautifully appointed and my every comfort was seen to. In all the places I have ever stayed, none, except the Manor, have ever hit all the points that I prefer when it comes to housing while travelling. Comfort, cleanliness, beautiful, great food and a feeling of being looked after like you would a friend, not just a customer. I would recommend this as the premier place to stay in Coos County if you are staying in the area.
While parts of the house are under restoration, I really enjoyed my stay. Madge's suggestion for dinner was exactly as I requested. She had wonderful knowledge of the history of the home, and community as she is a lifelong resident. If I get a chance to pass through Coos Bay again, and I hope to, I will definitely return.
We had to cancel our reservations on relatively short notice with a family member health problem. We felt bad doing this but the innkeepers were very understanding. I am certain we will rebook when circumstances permit. I am sure that "outstanding" will be our rating.
Our stay at Coos Bay Manor was fine. We are a gay male couple and sowe were a little put off by finding a publication from Focus on the Family in the bathroom reading selections, but other than that all was just fine. We were offered complimentary wine or beer upon arrival, the morning coffee service was prompt and convenient, and the breakfast was good and filling.
My wife and I really enjoyed our stay in the Victorian Room. It was glamorous, private, and comfortable. Our host was a pleasure to talk with and provided great information about the local area and dining options.
Although we could only stay for one night, as we were on our way to Vancouver (WA) to spend Christmas with family, we really enjoyed our stay at the lovely Coos Bay Manor. When we arrived at around 6:30 pm, we were welcomed by Madge and David's daughter. She was really friendly and after we'd taken the suitcases upstairs to our beautiful and very clean room, the Victorian room, she gave us a few restaurant ideas for dinner. Later that night, we met Madge. We were a little bit worried as breakfast was served around 8am and we had to leave at around 7am, but that wasn't a problem at all. When we checked out, we got a nice breakfast bag with fruit and yoghurt instead. Perfect! Next time, we are definitely staying for more than one night.