Enjoy beautiful views of the lake and ocean from all 4 rooms, as well as vaulted wood ceilings, private baths and deck entrances ~ two with fireplace. We are 17 miles south of Bandon. Walk along the pristine, uncrowded beach, venture to scenic hiking trails across the lake or simply relax on the sunny, wind protected deck. We're into our 22nd season ~ hope to see you soon! Liz,Will,Kelly&Shaun
4.8 on April 16, 2014
Beautiful property and view. House was beautifully decorated and comfortable. Breakfast was delicious and followed by a perfect quick walk to the beach.
5 on August 04, 2013
I was looking for a place on the Southern Oregon coast to surprise my wife on our West Coast trip and came across the Floras Lake House B & B. The location sounded fantastic as a base for day trips, as well as exploring the immediate area. The reviews were all outstanding and in retrospect, more than warrented. The caretakers were available and engaging and the homeowners also joined us for breakfast and conversation, both fascinating couples. The owner runs the windsurfing school at the Lake and many of the guests are surfers and repeat customers over long periods of time, but in no way made us feel out of place as "non-surfers". Not sure you can go wrong with this one.
5 on September 23, 2011
We had booked one night at Floras and when our travel plans changed I called to see if we could book another night. Liz said they were full but that she would call if anything changed. At the 11th hour Liz called to say that our room had become available for an additional night. We didn't realize how serendipitous that was until we arrived at Floras. It is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy peace and quiet away from the madding crowds. The location, although somewhat remote, is great for exploring the southern coast of Oregon. If you don't want to go far afield it is a 10 minute stroll to the beach where, on our two walks there, we saw exactly 3 other people. Two one time and 1 local lady with two playful dogs the next. We also saw bull kelp (I think that's the name) washed up on the beach like something out of Stephen King and on our first morning were lucky enough to see several seals just a short distance out in the ocean Breakfast is wholesome and satisfying without the syrupy, sugary concoctions on which many other b&b's pride themselves. Perfect for our tastes. Liz booked dinner reservations for us at Redfish in Port Orford and the meal and service were execptional. A little pricey but not outrageous at all. We also found a great spot for lunch in Port Orford named Siren's Cove. The menu runs from coffee and pastries to sandwiches and excellent pizza. Great for getting something to eat to take back to Floras as once you finish the activities of the day and return there you really don't want to leave again. All in all, Floras Lake House measures up with any b&b we've ever visited. Go there and you won't be disappointed.
5 on October 16, 2009
Floras Lake House was a breath of fresh air. We had been enjoying our first visit to Oregon for six days when we arrived at Floras Lake House. Bertie immediately made us feel welcome, showed us our room, and filled us in on local attractions. The room was spacious and well appointed with a wonderful view of the garden, lake and dune. There were logs in the fireplace and all the amenities you could want in the bath. That evening we were able to watch an awesome sunset from the deck and see the bats leave their bat house to fulfill their appointed task of keeping mosquitoes away from guests. It was pleasure strolling through the garden, then following the trail around the lake to the ocean. Breakfast was a wonderful experience: fine food, beautifully prepared combined with great conversation with hosts and guests. What a great find for our last two nights on the Oregon coast! Liz and Will are fantastic hosts. Along with John and Bertie they make you feel like family. This is a superb B&B. We have no qualms about recommending it highly. Stay there and enjoy it. Arnold & Margret Nye
5 on October 11, 2009
We deliberated for a long time before choosing to stay at Flora's Lake rather than in Bandon. We need not have worried because this is an exceptional locational - a beautiful house in a beautiful, peaceful, place. Will and Liz are great hosts as are their housekeepers John an Bertie. John frequently appeared for a quick chat and to check that we were OK and readily offered good advice on hikes and anything else we wanted to know. It takes about twenty to twenty-five minutes to drive into Bandon for a meal, but this is an easy ride and well worth it just to be at Flora's lake. We can still remember sitting out on the deck watching the sun go down across the lake - memorable! Thanks Liz and Will! Bryan and Ann Duggan
Lakeside, Oceanside, Small town
Eugene, OR (EUG-Mahlon Sweet Field)
Take 1-5 north, 62 miles north of Grants Pass take exit 119 to Hwy 42 to the coast out of WINSTON (this will be the SECOND exit you will see for the coast). Hwy 42 will take you west to Coquille-after stoplight in Coquille look for Jct42S to Bandon, which will put you out to Hwy 101. Go south on Hwy101 to Bandon and continue 15 miles south to Langlois.1/4 mile out of town of Langlois (15 miles south of Bandon), turn RIGHT on Floras Lake Loop- at small brown metal sign that reads "Floras Lake-Boice Cope Park". Go about 1 mile to "T" in the road, go RIGHT on Floras Lake Road. Go about 1 1/2 miles and take RIGHT on Boice Cope Road. We are at the end of the left, bordering Boice Cope Park.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, Rogue River Jetboats-45min.sth, Pacific Dunes Golf Course, Dune Buggy Rentals ~1 hr.north, Wild Safari Animal Park, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Desk, Fax Machine, Internet Service
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Private entrance, Radio, Telephone
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Windsurfing lessons and rentals on lake, Bandon Dunes Golf Resort~25 min., Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
Liz and Will Brady
We live in a home very nearby the bed and breakfast ~ We prepare breakfast, do the bookings, etc. while our caretakers, Kelly and Shaun, live on the bed and breakfast premises and greet guests for us (and much more!). We also run a windsurfing school on the lake offering lessons and rentals.
1 pkg.Rhoads frozen dinner rolls 1 pkg. "Cook-n-Serve" butterscotch pudding mix 1/4 c.melted butter 1/2 c. packed brown sugar 1/4-1/2 c.nuts of your choice (I use sliced almonds) cinnamon Prepare the night before. In bundt pan, sprinkle nuts around bottom of well-greased pan. Layer about 1/2 pkg. of frozen rolls on bottom (approx.14 rolls)-Pour pkg.of dry pudding mix around top of rolls - combine melted butter and brown sugar, pour around on top of rolls. Sprinkle with cinnamon - cover with cloth and let rise overnight on counter or in cold oven. Bake at 350deg. for approx.18-20 min. Invert onto plate- Enjoy! Serves 6-8 people