This historic 8,000 sq. ft. colonial revival house was built in 1912 by C.A. Smith Lumber Company for Hjalte Nerdrum and his family. The manor is Nerdrum’s legacy. The house has an open air balcony that surrounds the second floor. The high ceilings and five large bedrooms make it warm and inviting. The Victorian, Colonial and Baron Rooms have private baths. The Garden and Captain's Rooms share a bath to make the Family Suite. Take time to enjoy the south Coast! Our beaches, whether visited for the botanical gardens, beach-combing, whale watching or just enjoying, are sensational. Coos Bay Manor – for a timeless experience on the Oregon Coast!
3.8 on November 03, 2014
This is a delightful old house that is maintained beautifully. the room was immaculate and charmingly decorated. There was a fridge full of wine for a pre dinner drinkie and a welcoming atmosphere. The stroll to the local brew pub was short and flat, the stroll back was slightly longer and slower. I would definitely recommend.
4.8 on October 26, 2014
Madge could not have been more accommodating and hospitable. Lovely, warm and hospitable. A true family home. Amazingly comfortable beds and large rooms.
5 on October 24, 2014
Wonderful breakfast, friendly caretaker with good recommendations for lunch and dinner locations.
3.8 on October 05, 2014
Very quiet and comfortable B&B in a nice neighborhood a few blocks away (but an easy walk) from downtown restaurants and attractions. Madge was very welcoming and helped us with walking and running trails as well as a choice of restaurants. I will definitely return.
3.6 on September 18, 2014
We had a nice stay, good breakfast and a good nights sleep!
4.0 on September 18, 2014
Room was clean and spacious, hosts were great, and the breakfast was very good. The chilled juice glasses, coffee delivered to your door in the morning and communal bar fridge/water cooler were all nice touches that we appreciated.
4.0 on August 27, 2014
We stayed in the Victorian Room --very cozy period room with a funky bathtub and hand-shower. The home is a busy family home, so it felt like coming home to us. At first we were nervous that it would be noisy, but our room was quiet, and there was a lovely porch on the upper floor available for our use. Madge had a fridge stocked with wine for her guests, and both evenings that we stayed there we had a glass of wine out on the porch before we went out for dinner. Both my husband and I have food restrictions, and Madge not only accommodated our needs at breakfast, but made scones with no sugar for my husband, something he didn't even know he could have! He was thrilled for the treat, and her buckwheat pancakes I think are world famous! Coos Bay itself is not a vacation experience, but Madge directed us to a couple of very good restaurants for dinner, and it was the perfect location to enjoy Cape Arago and the most wonderful hike that Madge told us about, from Sunset Bay to Simpson Reef, a highlight of our coast experience.
4.8 on August 25, 2014
Very Friendly owner. Excellent Breakfast.
4.8 on July 26, 2014
My wife and I had planned to drive down the coast of the US as part of our vacation. I chose to stop in Coos Bay because I had been there many years ago and thought it would be fun to visit places I had not seen in years. I typically stay in hotels, but I thought Coos Bay may provide a fun place to try a bed and breakfast. It turned out to be a great decision. When we drove into the area of the home, I was a little nervous. The area is in a very old part if Coos Bay and I didn't remember if I had seem photos of the house. When we drive up, I was very excited. The house is majestic and looks like a mansion. I could tell already we were in for something special. We were met at the door by our hosts who offered to help us with our luggage. We were in awe as we gazed inside the house. It was as it we took a trip back in time. The house is over 100 years old and and the decor reflects that. We were made to feel very welcome and were offered drinks including wine and beer. We had a dinner reservation, so we didn't have a chance to relax much in the public areas, but the appeared comfortable and inviting. Our room and bed were very comfortable. We were offer morning coffee and tea to our door and we took advantage of that. The next morning we were treated to a wonderful breakfast. There were few other couples just finishing up, which was good because it gave us a chance to visit with our hostest and learn more about the house and it's history. She also have us some great recommendations about places to stop as we continued down the coast. Sadly, we had to continue or excursion, and could only stay one night. It was such a wonderful experience. If my travels every take me to Coos Bay again, I will certainly return to the Coos Bay Manor.
5 on July 15, 2014
The family atmosphere, while maintaining our privacy and comfort was outstanding.
Portland, OR (PDX) 225 miles
From Highway 101, West on Johnson Ave 3 blocks, then North on 5th Street 1/2 block to #955 (number on upper porch)
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Waterfalls, Tide-pooling, Charter Fishing Boats, Live Theatres, Estuary Park, Sand Dunes, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
Other, Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast
Alarm clock, Board games, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Piano, Telephone, Videos, Wedding Facilities
Hairdryer, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Fishing, Crabbing, Clamming, Beachcombing, Whale Watching, Exploring, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
David & Madge Osborn
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Prior notice
Yummy whole wheat, cornmeal and cream cheese pancakes with warm maple syrup infused with apricot and cranberries.