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!
4.8 on August 22, 2016
We recently stayed at Coos Bay Manor and it was wonderful. The room was nice and the bed so comfortable. And the breakfast was the best we had eaten on our trip so far. I would definitely recommend staying here.
3.4 on August 13, 2016
Beautiful house, kept up well. Very gracious hosts who helped with our luggage. I loved being able to open the windows for cool evening air.
4.0 on August 10, 2016
The home is just beautiful and the room and bed very comfortable. Hosts were welcoming. We appreciated the mini frig for guest use. Enjoyed our stay and would definitely return.
3.6 on July 08, 2016
The B&B was a nice stop on a long road trip. The property was immaculate and the hosts were welcoming. I didn't feel intimidated traveling with my three sons to a B&B rather than hotel. Only suggestion: warm cookies or snack left out in addition to complimentary wine!
4.6 on June 30, 2016
3.2 on June 17, 2016
Coos Bay manor is an impressive and interesting building with themed rooms, which in in itself makes a visit worthwhile. The hosts are helpful and friendly and ensure a pleasant stay.
4.4 on June 02, 2016
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.
5 on May 25, 2016
Great place, Loved Madge. Breakfast was excellent.
4.0 on May 07, 2016
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.
5 on March 28, 2016
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 Victorian Room is our timepiece. With antique birds eye maple furnishings, lace curtains and a luxurious 4 poster bed. You lulled into bygone days and simpler times. The bedroom has it's own private bathroom with a soaking tub to relax in. This room is located on the 2nd floor with beautiful sunrise views.
The Colonial Room (AKA: The Blue Room) boasts a king size bed. This large room has a loveseat that is perfect for watching tv or sitting back to relax and have a cup of tea. The private bathroom has a spacious tile shower. The Colonial is located on the 2nd floor.
The Garden Room has sky blue damask wallpaper with lace curtains. This spacious room boasts a king size bed for you to relax and read or watch TV. The "Jack & Jill" bathroom is shared with the Captains Room. However if you book only the Garden Room the Captains Room will be blocked off to ensure your privacy.
The Captains Room completes the Family Suite when booked with the Garden Room. This room has 2 twin size beds. The Captain Room joins the Garden Room with a "Jack & Jill" bathroom. If you choose only the Captains Room, we will block off the Garden Room to ensure your privacy.
In an area of historic homes, Small town
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
Alarm clock, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Copier, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Movie library, Piano, Videos
Hairdryer, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
David & Madge Osborn
One morning in January 2011, Dave said, "What do you think about buying a bed & breakfast?" By April we signed on to Coos Bay Manor. It was a bit more detailed than that. Wait till you hear the details of how it came about! It is amazing!
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Prior notice
Yummy whole wheat, cornmeal and cream cheese pancakes with warm maple syrup infused with apricot and cranberries.