Nestled in a valley in the Oregon Coast Range, Powder Creek Ranch is 367 acres of wilderness and nature at it's best. The Bed and Breakfast lodge is a log home constructed in 2004 with rustic charm and modern amenities. Breakfast at Powder Creek Ranch will satisfy the heartiest of appetites. While you're at the Ranch, you can go for a hike in the forest and visit waterfalls, photograph wildlife, feed the deer in the backyard or just relax on the deck and soak it all in. If a drive interests you, the Three Capes scenic drive winds along the coast and Tillamook Bay estuary over Cape Lookout and ends up at Tillamook where you can visit the Tillamook Cheese Factory or worlds largest wooden building that houses the Tillamook Air Museum.
5 on August 13, 2017
The Powder Creek Ranch B & B is lovely from the beautiful location to the kind hospitality and warmth of it's proprietress, Brenda. My room was very spacious with it's own patio, comfortable bathroom, and huge bed. Taking a book and reading on the porch while watching the chickens was a treat matched only when the cat decided to join me and snuggled for a bit on my lap before he was off on his next adventure. Breakfast was delicious and abundant. Sitting all together at the dining room table was a nice touch. The log cabin house is beautiful inside with the use of the massive doug fir logs and layout. I left my phone charger in my and Brenda kindly popped it in the mail the next day. A great visit for a single get away. Remember to feed the deer in the morning!
5 on June 29, 2016
What a find this was! If you're traveling the Oregon coastal area and looking for a place to stay other than your typical beach town options, this is well worth the 10 mile drive from Rt. 101. The hosts are wonderful people, the house is gorgeous and very comfy, and the surrounding 360 acres are stunning. A great place for nature and animal lovers. Our room and the breakfast in the morning were top notch and we so enjoyed our conversations with the host family. Will definitely go back here if we ever find ourselves in western Oregon again!
Hi, Thanks so much for the raving review! I really appreciate your time and effort and I am especially happy that you loved your visit to the Ranch. We loved meeting you too! Many blessings to you, Brenda and family
- Brenda (innkeeper)
5 on August 09, 2015
Well, where does one start. There is so much about Powder Creek Ranch that you will find delightful. It is nestled in the pacific coast range. If you love nature and getting away from the crowds, this is the place to go. The Ranch is surrounded by beautiful forest and has a variety of domesticated animals such as pigs, cows, chickens, turkeys, goats, rabbits, a llama and an adorable little Jersey calf. They have a large Komondor dog named Lily that is a loving gentle giant. I must also mention the pet tom turkey, Romeo. What a character this tom is. He is friendly and will follow you around the property. So cute! Wildlife is abundant here. I observed numerous bird species. Blacktail Deer are frequently seen. They are fairly trusting and allow you to get close without spooking. The majestic Roosevelt Elk population are good in this area and you just might get lucky enough to see a herd. One side of their property is bordered by the Nestucca River. This river has good runs of salmon and steelhead and can provide excellent fishing at the right time of year. The large log home is absolutely beautiful and is tastefully furnished throughout. We stayed in the ground level room called the Eastlake Suite. It is spacious and very comfortable. It has a nice view of the pond from the bay window. It has a soaking tub and a private deck with an outside entrance to boot! The breakfasts are absolutely awesome and there is plenty to eat. They also offer an optional dinner that is well worth taking advantage of. Brenda is an outstanding chef. There are so many wonderful things about the Powder Creek Ranch, but for us, the highlight of this stay was the opportunity to get to know the hosts. Dennis, Brenda, and their charming daughter Hillary are great down to earth people and a pleasure to converse with. We also got to meet Brenda’s mother Bev, a very nice lady indeed! We want to thank you for a wonderful time. We look forward to our next visit. Rick & Diana.
Hi, First, I want to apologize for the slooow response. I'm not on this site very often and just finally read your review. WOW!! What an awesome review! I'm so happy that you loved your time with us and the critters. It means a lot to me that you are satisfied enough to want to return. Thanks so much for your comments and the time you spent raving about us. :-) Many blessings to you both, Brenda and family
- Brenda (innkeeper)
5 on October 20, 2014
My husband and I just spent the weekend at Powder Creek Ranch B&B. All of their reviews were excellent and we experienced the same. The atmosphere was just what we were looking for to get out of the city and they all made us feel so welcome. The food is wonderful and healthy. A breath of fresh air we needed so badly.
5 on September 02, 2014
We were heading north on a long, coastal road trip and were looking for a nice escape from the highway. Powder Creek delivered in spades-- comfortable, homey, beautifully located and charmingly maintained. While it's a bit off the main road through Tillamook, it's well worth the drive. Our room was comfortable and nicely decorated-- it felt like staying in a nice relative's home, rather than a sterile business. I planned to stay up and read, but as soon as I lay down on the giant bed, I was fast asleep. Breakfast the next morning was delicious-- there was plenty to go around and the conversation was lively. Unlike many beds and breakfasts, our hosts sat down and joined us, which I really liked. They had charming stories about the property, which has been in the family for several decades, and we had a nice chat with them and the other guests. After breakfast, we stepped outside to feed the deer. You're not gonna find that at the Motel 6, friends. It was awesome. I wish we'd had more time to tour the grounds and relax, but we had to get back on the road. This was a perfect way to stop, rest up and get a breath of fresh air before we sped onward.
5 on August 25, 2014
We stayed here for three nights last week and had simply the best time. We stayed in the Eastlake Suite and thought it was amazing with a huge comfy bed, large bathroom with white fluffy towels and whirlpool/spa bath and walk in shower. The home cooked breakfasts and dinners were divine and Brenda is an amazng cook and Hilary is a great hardworking and beautiful person.We left feeling like part of the family and took a piece of their kindness/friendship away with us. We live in UK and wished we lived nearer so we could go stay there again. Try to stay here an experience what we experienced and share the joy and the treat.
5 on March 27, 2014
Great food, hospitality and conversation. We enjoyed our stay very much; it was beautiful and peaceful. Thanks Brenda, Bev and Hillary for the delicious, wonderfully cooked meals with fresh produce and for all of the family stories!
5 on November 18, 2013
I only spent 4 nights but my husband is still staying on, looking for the elusive Elk. The story telling of its history and family atmosphere of the ranch was awesome. I actually fed and got to pet a deer. Photo op's were "awesome". Talk about down to earth people - women with a vision, with a love of the land and what nature can provide for all of us....this is a must stop and stay for all of us.
4.6 on September 09, 2013
The hosts that welcomed us were Brenda and her daughter Hillary and we don't want to forget Brenda's mother Bev. These were the most delightful hosts that we had ever met. The breakfast were varied because we stayed there for two days and we also had dinner there. There was another couple there during our stay and they had four grown children with them and we had very enjoyable breakfast and dinner with them. The food was simply so good, well prepared and presented. Brenda is a very talented host and a very good chef! The food she served us proved it! The setting is in a charming rural area and the hosts raise their own chickens, eggs, etc. From time to time, in the morning we could watch a heard of deers that came by for food and got fed. It was quite an experience for us to see those gentle wild animals up close. Our bedroom was large and spacious with an adjoining balcony. The bed was very comfortable. We were looking for a restful stay there and we got it. We would certainly go back!
5 on August 19, 2013
This is country living at its best! The Powder Creek Ranch is more than just a bed and breakfast, it is a beautiful, restful and QUIET place to unwind and recharge. It is even more beautiful in person than the photographs express. The guest room that we had was enormous, and the bathroom had an immense bathtub, with plenty of hot water. Soaps, shampoos and other personal use items were piled high in a basket. There was also a coffee and tea service in the suite, as well as a small refrigerator. If the room wasn't enough, the charming company of Bev, Brenda and Hillary was the icing on the cake. Brenda is an accomplished cook and we all ate together, enjoying vegetables grown on the grounds, eggs from their own chickens. If you are looking for a perfectly designed retreat, look no further than the Powder Creek Bed an Breakfast!
The Heritage Suite is a large, light and bright 400 square feet. Private bathroom with shower and soft sumptous towels. A plush king size bed with luxury linens for a wonderful nights sleep. Private deck with views of the surrounding landscape. En-suite fridge & micro. HD/TV and DVD library for your entertainment. Free WIFI.
Nightly Rate: $110 - $130
Nightly Rate: $110 - $130
The Eastlake is over 600 square feet w/ private entry and deck to watch the passing wildlife. This suite has a plush antique queen bed. For additional guests a queen fold-out bed. Both dressed w/ luxury linens. Large private bathroom w/ soaking tub, shower & soft towels. Gorgeous granite wood fireplace for cozy nights. Bay window with dining table. En-suite fridge & micro. Large HD/TV & DVD. Free WIFI.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $150
Nightly Rate: $125 - $150
Forest, Countryside, Mountains, Rural, Secluded, Small town
Portland, OR (PDX) 90 miles
Use your GPS or map to navigate to Beaver, OR onUS Hwy 101 S. Turn at Shell station onto Blaine Rd. and continue 7 miles to three-way intersection. Stay right and continue 3.8 miles. Watch for our business sign on the right. Turn by sign and cross bridge. Take first driveway to the right and follow to the house. Welcome!!
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Waterfalls, Museums, Mushrooming, Crabbing, Clamming, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Winery
Other, Farm, Cabin, Ranch
Copier, Fax Machine, Ironing Board, Movie library, Parking, Piano, TV Video games, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wired internet , private decks
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Fishing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Sight-seeing
Brenda, Bev and Hillary
Cats , Dogs , more than this space allows.
We are three generations of women. Grandma Bev is the matriarch and storyteller. Daughter, Brenda is the innkeeper and hospitality director(OK...cook & dishwasher) and grandaughter, Hillary is the keeper of the animals, great and small.