Located in Pacific City, The Craftsman Bed & Breakfast welcomes you to experience the beautiful Oregon Coast in style, grace and comfort. Whether for a simple escape from the chaos of "the city" or to celebrate a special or romantic event, we will make your stay memorable. No lace, no doilies! Winner, Best of the West, in The Best of BedandBreakfast Awards 2009 - 2010! We look forward to seeing you in Pacific City.
Memories of cool seaside nights will flourish in this winter themed room inspired by the Stickley brothers. Features include a sleigh bed and a sideboard converted into a double vanity. Private bathroom includes a standard tub and shower.
Nightly Rate: $160/$150
The inspiration of Charles Rennie Mackintosh creates this fresh spring themed room. Featuring a Hill House bed with Mackintosh inspired stencil work adorning the walls. Private bathroom includes a soaking tub and separate corner shower.
Nightly Rate: $160/$150
Feel the warmth of a summer breeze in this room designed with the touches of William Morris. Features include hand silk screened Morris wallpaper, an iron bed, and a private bathroom with tub and shower.
Nightly Rate: $160/$150
The crisp colors and patters of fall are in the details of this room inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie style of design. Rest in the Stickley Prairie bed or relax on the private deck. The full private bathroom features a claw foot tub with shower.
Nightly Rate: $180/$170
4.2 on March 28, 2014
Although we did not spend a lot of time in our room; The time we did was relaxing, peaceful and comfortable! Our Host, Michael was the Best! He really knows how to accommodate his visitors, leaving us to our own accord. He was very in tune with our individual needs which was very appreciated! Would I recommend this B & B to Family and Friends?, You bet I would! Thanks for one of the best Mini's I have had in years Mike!!!
4.6 on February 23, 2014
We had a wonderful time at the Craftsman! Great room, great bed, great breakfast and great, knowledgeable innkeeper! Can't wait to get back.
4.0 on February 20, 2014
This little nestled away B and B is perfect for a two day getaway. It's quaint lay out and sweet little rooms take you back in time to when things were simple. Mike the owner is great and makes a great little breakfast and a fresh cup of coffee. It you like the B and B experience it's a great little gem. Kinda tricky to find, so you may drive around the neighborhood like 6 times but it's right there. It's not walking distance to the brewery (in the off season.) The little hot tub out back is nice too, it really is a getaway from the hustle bustle of your daily grind. :)
4.4 on January 29, 2014
This bed and breakfast is right on the money for the value. A few things in the inn need updating but overall it was a very pleasant place with some unique features such as a beautiful 360 degree hand-painted mural in the living room. The bathrooms were well-appointed and immaculate, and the bed extremely comfortable. Our every want was attended to immediately by Mike, the owner/innkeeper. He was ready to make my espresso exactly when I wanted it every morning, and delicious coffee it was indeed. He also cheerfully obliged my food request to stay grain-free and made excellent sweet potato fritters in place of waffles. I would stay here again.
4.8 on January 24, 2014
This place was awesome and I would definitely stay here again. In fact I'm scheming to get some of my friends in on the act so we can rent all four rooms in the house. The house has been delightfully restored, and the soaking tub in our room was incredible. We within easy walking distance to "downtown" as well. The owner's recommendation for dinner was great. Pacific City remains one of my favorite little towns on the Oregon Coast, and this is my new favorite place to stay.
Beachside, Mountains, Oceanside, Small town, Village
Portland, OR (PDX)
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Whale Watching, Fishing, Crabbing, Claming, Storm Watching, Star Gazing, Tide Pooling, Surfing, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Bola Golf, Surfing, Crabbing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Telephone, Videos , Sun deck with outdoor heater, Covered and weather protected front porch, Large common room with fireplace, Individual radiant heat in all bedrooms, Miele Nespresso coffee machine, 6 person hot tub with retractable umbrella
Alarm clock, Bath robes, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Bola Golf, Surfing, Crabbing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
I retired at age 40 from the graphics business. I used to race sports cars, VW's, no really, VW's. Now I cruise on my Ducati Monster to get my speed fixes. I am into gardening, cooking, baking, woodworking/ furniture making and cleaning bathrooms. I love era specific things: The Craftsman style; Betty Paige; Airstream trailers; Model A's and T's, old trucks, originals and "rat rods"
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Allergy
Banana’s Foster French Toast
This has become a guest favorite and legend around our town of Pacific City. Guest rave about it to local shopkeepers, restaurant staff and locals. It is suggested by waiters to our guests, so this is a staple in our B&B. If you have ever had the dessert Banana’s Foster, you have an idea of what your in for. A popular New Orleans dish, it combines bananas, vanilla ice cream, rum, butter and sugar. Our version excludes the rum and ice cream, but we add pecans. Banana’s Foster is Laura's favorite dessert. I won't let her have desert for breakfast, so she developed this dish,