Historic New England-Style Boutique Hotel and Bed and Breakfast, located in mid-town at the entrance to the iconic Haystack Rock with easy parking and quick walking access to shops, restaurants, and galleries. Chosen by the Travel Channel as the best B&B in Cannon Beach. Practicing the art of hospitality since 1914 the hotel is one of the oldest continuously operated hotels on the Oregon Coast. The hotel is refurbished and updated with custom-designed furnishings and original art throughout. Designed with couples in mind, each room is unique and our best rooms feature claw-foot soaking tubs, fireplaces, and four-poster beds, robes, and other special amenities. A deluxe continental Mimosa breakfast is served daily from 8 to 10am adjacent to the lobby in the charming Cannon Beach Cafe, which is also open for lunch and dinner. Smoke/pet-free. Children over 16 only. Member of Unique Inns and Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild.
4.4 on February 08, 2013
Nice hotel, family kind of, great staff. Beautiful decoration, cozy, fireplace. Good books and DVD. And great coffee.
4.4 on November 01, 2010
I want to thank Monique as she was the best at customer service changing our date not once, but twice due to our hectic schedule. While I work in the retail industry I critique everyone I come in touch with and she was one of the best I have spoken to in several months. We look forward to staying and being a repeat guest. Thanks again, Shane W.
5 on August 02, 2009
One only need look at the photos to see how beautiful and attention detailed the Hotel is. Comfortable bed, soft linens, plush towels, gas fireplace, and the big tub combined for a perfect relaxing get a way. The food in the new café was great. Lots of it at a fair price, (Cannon Beach can be expensive to eat) and good. We highly recommend this Bed and Breakfast.
1.8 on September 04, 2008
A nice place outside and okay inside. I really had high expectations with reviews I have read. As well as spending extra on staying in the Suite. Upon check-in nobody showed us to our room or went over the features. We had to ask for alot of things that should have already been in the room. The breakfast is a joke. Someone above us played music until 2am and there was nobody to help since nobody takes care of the desk past 10pm. There isn't/wasn't a number to call either. Not sure how this place survives, but I will definitely not be returning and will not reccommend this place. Bad experience, bad service, and overall not worth your time, money, or effort!
Three Classic Rooms Available - Maximum occupancy, two. Guests must be 16 and over. Appealing guest rooms on the second floor. Featuring custom furnishings, custom made SeaCloud mattress and linens, gas fireplace, TV & DVD, robes, two night stands and lamps, easy chair, desk with chair, and ceiling fan. Private tiled bath with a standup shower and rain shower head. Deluxe continental breakfast with Mimosa's included, served 8-10am in the Cannon Beach Cafe adjoining the lobby daily. Many amenities available including gym passes, free Wi-Fi, beach chairs and towels, daily beverage service, games, guest refrigerator, activity cards and information, and Tesla and Universal charging stations free of charge for guests.
Nightly Rate: $109 - $199
Nightly Rate: $109 - $199
Oceanfront, Oceanview, Small town, Village
Portland, OR (PDX) 80 miles
From Portland: West on Highway 26 (Sunset Highway) approximately 75 miles to the junction with Highway 101. Take the left fork (to the South), and go four miles to the first Cannon Beach exit and wind down the hill (watch your speed) to the stop sign. Go through the intersection over Ecola Creek, and make a right turn at the next stop sign continuing into downtown Cannon Beach. Continue through downtown on Hemlock Street for eight blocks to Cannon Beach Hotel on your right and immediately past the Hotel, make a right turn into the parking lot. From Seattle (North): I-5 south to Longview exit 36, to Hwy 432 west for 2 miles. Take Truck Route” to light, and turn left (3rd Ave./432). Follow 3rd Ave./432 1.5 miles, stay left. Turn left at WA-433 (Ocean Ave.) and cross Lewis & Clark Bridge to Oregon. Bear right (west) onto OR-30 toward Astoria. Stay on Hwy 30 through Astoria. It becomes Hwy. 101 south. Drive approximately 24 miles through Warrenton, Gearhart, and Seasideat the junction with Highway 26, continue straight (do not bear right to Portland) and go four miles to the first Cannon Beach exit and wind down the hill (watch your speed) to the stop sign. Go through the intersection over Ecola Creek, and make a right turn at the next stop sign continuing into downtown Cannon Beach. Continue through downtown on Hemlock Street for eight blocks to Cannon Beach Hotel on your right, and immediately past the Hotel, make a right turn into the parking lot.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Ecola State Park, Short Sands State Park, Haystack Rock, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
Copier, Fax Machine, Videos, Wedding Facilities , Local menus and activity cards, Complimentary DVD Library, Breakfast, Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and taffy all day, Free wifi and parking, Freshly baked cookies
Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Art Galleries, 4th of July Parade, Glass Blower & Studio, Christmas Lamplighting, November Arts Festival, June Sand Castle Day, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports