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 July 01, 2014
After reading many reviews on local area hotels I was a bit worried about where to stay on our family road trip up the coast. Coos Bay Manor was a fantastic choice. The House was very clean, the service was outstanding, and the Family Suite was perfect for the 4 of us ( my wife and I & two teenagers ).
4.4 on April 01, 2014
We needed a place to stay for a weekend while in North Bend, OR. We found this little gem in Coos Bay (right next to North Bend). We stayed in the Victorian room for two nights and were very comfortable. The breakfast was great (we only ate once because we rested so well on the second night we were running late. but what we saw was being offered that morning makes me wish I set my alarm) The hosts were very nice and friendly. I would recommend this B&B to anyone visiting the area. We plan to go back.
4.0 on February 24, 2014
After a conference in San Francisco I was on a private trip north along the Pacific and came across Coos Bay.
4.2 on January 30, 2014
We were given our choice of rooms, all of which were beautifully decorated. Baths were small but functional except for low water pressure in the shower. The hosts were informative and charming and had menus available for dinner choices. The full hot breakfast was well presented.
4.4 on January 02, 2014
This B & B was great ! Easy access to off street parking in rear of building. Very safe and clean. Innkeeper very friendly and knowledgeable regarding local restaurants. Breakfast was awesome, fresh fruit, pancakes with syrup flavored with seasonal fruit, tea with honey and really great service. Stay here if you are heading to Coos Bay, OR
Portland, OR (PDX) 225 miles
Eugene (Mahlon Sweet) Airport, South on Hwy 99 to Beltline Road East. Take southbound Interstate 5 exit and then I5 to Drain exit. Follow Hwy 38 west to Reedsport, then left on Hwy 101 across Scenic McCullough Bridge into North Bend and on to Coos Bay. Through Coos Bay past historic Tioga Hotel (tallest building on the southern Oregon coast) and only a few blocks further to the stoplight at Johnson Avenue. There, turn right, go three blocks to 5th Street, and 1/2 block on your left is #955, Coos Bay Manor with its pillared front 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.