Ambrosia Gardens

95435 Highway 101 S
Yachats, 97498
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Awesome B&B at the Oregon coast! Mary, the owner, is very friendly, kind and an amazing person. Her hospitality sets this place apart from the rest. The house is always clean and it's set in beautifully landscaped gardens (thus the name). :) The bfast is awesome and prepared with love. A must for overnight stay. A perfect coastal getaway!

(541) 547-3013

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The Village Bean

935 Hwy 101 N
Yachats, 97498
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We have never tried this place before and gave it a shot about three days ago. I'll just start by saying this is probably the best coffee I've ever had. Being from Sacramento California we're stuck with mostly Starbucks and Pete's coffee shops. The service was great here as well. I even bought some ground coffee to bring home with me. Loved The Village Bean! Just wish I had one here. If you've never tried this place, give it a try you'll love it.
So lucky to call this Gem my neighbor! Excellent coffee, friendly and talented baristas, and always delicious treats..try a coffee float! Inside is cozy, great unique gifts. I make it a mandatory visit for anyone coming to town.
After a long day inspecting every square inch of the Cape Perpetua area I was in need of a coffee. We drove the two miles to Yachats and stopped at the first coffee shop. Luckily it closed at 2:00. That forced us to drive further to the north end of town and there was the Village Bean. This is a terminally cute place with excellent coffee and baked goods. I had a Maple / Date Scone that was to die for. The Latte was prepared well and was just right. Friendly staff, comfy chairs, and free WiFi put the cherry on the top of the experience. I will be back!

(541) 547-4442

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Heceta Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast

92072 Hwy 101 S
Yachats, 97498
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We recently held our destination Wedding in this beautiful venue. We had the rehearsal dinner in the B & B, and the ceremony and reception on the grounds. The weekend of events was spectacular! Steven was very helpful and supportive of our vision. The food, from Ona was incredible! The event was a huge success for our guests, and priceless memories for us! Highly recommend.
Have seen this place many times and finally got a chance to stay in July of 08. The rooms are very small and quaint, but the location is unbelievable. You feel like you have a special pass to stay where others are not allowed. Walking up under the lighthouse at night with only a flashlight is an experience I will never forget. The history is incredible and the hosts do a good job of answering questions. The breakfast was by far the best I have ever had. 7 courses with palate cleanser!! I think breakfast took close to 2 hours to eat. It was an unforgettable experience. Though there were a lot of courses, the portions were quite small, so you could easily try everything and not feel too full at the end. I am planning a return trip for this summer.
Amazing location! This is where my fiancé and I got engaged! We had such a wonderful experience, from the delectable food to the cozy room we felt so relaxed. If you love lighthouses, the coast or just beautiful scenery then you must visit Heceta Head Lighthouse and Bed & Breakfast!

(541) 547-3696

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Sea Spirit House Bed and Breakfast

7304 Pacific Coast Hwy,US 101 Mile Post 160
Yachats, 97498
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My girlfriend and I stayed here while headed south along the coast on our touring bicycles and the stay was AMAZING. We called last minute (as in 30 minutes before we showed up) and we were lucky enough to get an available room. The hosts, Dianne and David, were extremely warm hearted and generous. Although it seemed out of the norm, we were able to get our dirty biking clothes in the laundry, which was such a relief for us. In the afternoon we sat down in the spacious dining room and enjoyed a complementary glass of wine and some cheese, while looking out the window at the beautiful beach which was RIGHT there. We relaxed in the chairs out back that are overlooking the beach and got some much missed reading in (while soaking in the sun:) ) That night, Dave fired up the tiki torches which lit the way down a sand trail through the small grass covered dunes to the beach. As the mist rose, it really looked "other worldly" with small orbs of glowing mist lighting up the backyard. We got the "Oceanic Room", which is on the corner with an awesome view of the beach. It had a deck we could keep the bikes on and a huge bath tub with jets in which we could soak our sore muscles.The room was so comfortable and welcoming, though mellow at the same time as not to take away from the natural beauty that was right at the sliding glass door. (I loved it was lacking a TV). Breakfast the next morning was like nothing I've had before. Dianne catered towards my vegetarian girlfriend's needs in a way that we could all enjoy. It was really special. I can't wait to go back (hopefully for more time). Even if I'm not on a bike tour, I'm sure the relaxing atmosphere will be much needed.
We spent our honeymoon here earlier this year, and found the Oceanus Room to be a perfect haven of tranquility. You can see the Pacific ocean waves from the luxurious king bed and the decor is clean and bright. There is an indoor jacuzzi, outdoor deck chairs, and easy access to the beach. For newlyweds needing a getaway or love nest, this is an ideal space for a coastal sojourn. Some minor lodging improvements I'd suggest: the deck railing cuts right through one's view of the ocean, it could do with lowering or minimizing its visual presence. Also, it would be nice if there were some way to make the deck more private instead one long shared space; but I suppose this is a B&B, after all, not a hotel. While we adored the accommodations and location, the breakfasts left much to be desired. I'm sure the owners mean well, but the food comes off tasting very strange and artificial, the music playing is something akin to Andrea Bocelli (shudder), and the small fishes in the vases seem quite unhappy. But mainly the food's the issue: whatever ingredients are at work, we found the main courses to be really unappetizing. If they focused on simpler, more organic recipes with less artificial ingredients and fussy presentations, the cuisine might live up to the first-rate accommodations.
Although I'm proud to be the first to review the Sea Spirit House, I'm really hesitating. This place is a gem, a truly incredible find, and I'm not sure I want to give away our secret getaway. Still, these amazing hosts deserve to be recognized for providing such a wonderful retreat, so here goes... First of all, you're right on the beach. I mean, you open your sliding glass door and there's the path, with the beach only a few yards away. Can't get much closer than that. The hosts, David and Dianne, are probably the friendliest folks we've stayed with in years. They are so accommodating and welcoming. If we hadn't been so busy touring the area, we would have really enjoyed hanging out with them more. The rooms (we stayed in the Ahti Room) are so spacious and the bathrooms are bigger than some hotel rooms! We had a huge walk-in shower and jetted whirlpool tub in our bathroom, as well as a king-sized bed in the bedroom. Awesome! The breakfasts are absolutely gourmet and totally indulgent, not to mention they're served in a dining room that faces the ocean, so the view is incredible (just like the one from our room!). We had fresh fruit and smoothies both mornings, with a "Kitchen Sink" frittata (you have to try it, it's too delicious to attempt to explain) the first morning and marscapone-orange marmalade crepes with kiwi the second morning. Oh my goodness, this is what a B&B breakfast should be! My husband and I moaned and moaned with foodie pleasure! They also offer an afternoon wine and cheese snack, but we were sadly absent for that both afternoons, due to our busy day tripping. We slept soundly at night, with the door cracked to hear the ocean, and took lots of long walks on the beach. Located just 4 miles north of Yachats, this B&B was close enough to get a quick dinner in town and see the sights nearby, but far enough away to feel secluded. Finally, our hosts pampered us with plenty of bottled water, a snack basket in our room (including Jelly Bellies!) and a "To-Go Goodie Bag," with homemade fudge and cookies. So delicious! They kept asking if we needed anything else and we were just overwhelmed with how they went the extra, extra, extra mile to make us comfortable. All of this came at a very reasonable price, too...only $190/night during the beginning of the Summer season. So go here and indulge. Get away from everything and forget what time it is. Your hosts will encourage it, too. Just don't tell anyone else. :) We will be back to visit in the future, any chance we get!

(866) 771-4888

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Yachats City of

PO Box 345
Yachats, 97498
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Yachats is a little drinking town with with a tourist problem. It's not a bad tourist problem, I mean it's no Las Vegas or Disneyland. Hell it's not even Cannon Beach, but the local economy is basically tourism and beach weekends. That's a good thing really, because the alternatives are worse. I mean rather than hoisting a Rouge ale with Bob and Betty from Twin Falls, we could have the Koch Brothers and a Georgia-Pacific paper mill mowing down trees and pumping black death into the ground water. Or we could have a commercial zone with a bunch of big-box retailers and fast food joints strung out along the Pacific Coast Highway like the Bataan death march. No: I like our tourist problem just fine. Yachats is a paradigm stift. We are so used to one-hundred billion punch presses pounding out exact duplicates of what we think we need and want, that when faced with none of that, we get a little nervous - will I survive? Sameness is marketed as quality control - the same experience over and over and all is well. You can't buy a Big Mac in Yachats, but you can get a Sacred Cow reuben sandwich and the Green Salmon. There isn't a Red Lobster or Newport Bay, but you can get a bowl of Slumgullion at Luna Sea Fish House. There is no Lowe's or Home Depot, but there is a hardware store - Yachats Hardware. There's no Olive Garden, but Doug and Heidi make some pretty fine home made Italian food at Heidi's. There's no Starbucks - thank God! I'm a beach guy. I was fifteen in 1967 - the summer of love. Cream's Disraeli Gears, echoed through my warm southern California summer in monophonic, psychedelic, waves. It was the beginning of a new world order that has since retreated to a few scattered ashrams, neighborhoods and towns - a memory that's part of my DNA - like a dominant allele. After a lifetime working for the man, we were passing through Yachats looking for a little plot of land to live on - a place to smell the ocean and join the community. We dropped into the Drift Inn for some food. Inside, was the summer of love - gray, and softer around the middle, but carriers of that same dominant allele. We found a little postage stamp of land just a couple hundred feet from the 804 Trail and the surf pounding the rocky shoreline. We love our peaceful quiet town and the people who make it such a special place.
Yachats has long been my favorite Oregon Coast destination. There are some great beach rentals here, and you can find either sand or rock beaches, with a lovely seaside walking trail. Sadly, the recent troubles with the economy have closed several restaurants and gift shops in recent years. Still, there's a lot of ocean to see, and the people remain friendly and welcoming. Even though my favorite See Vue Inn was razed to build cottages that are now closed, I will keep coming back to this lovely little town.
Stayed in Yachats for the first time recently and was pleasantly surprised. Yachats is a small little coastal town about 30 minutes south of Newport. The place is really cute and charming. Really the perfect place to go for some relaxing. It didn't seem like there was a ton going on here. They have several places to eat and a little strip of cute local shops. I don't even think they have a gas station (probably a bit annoying if you are a local). All the locals I encountered were so nice and welcoming. The beach was beautiful and I really enjoyed walking around and taking photos with my camera. I didn't stay out as long as I would have liked due to my fingers getting really cold and going numb. I guess that is to expect with a trip to the coast in December. I am going to attempt to make it back here in the summer so I can enjoy some more time out on the beach or on one of the outdoor patios overlooking the water.

(541) 547-3565

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SeaQuest Inn Bed and Breakfast

95354 Hwy 101 S
Yachats, 97498
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Spent three nights here. Great hosts, unbelievable breakfasts ( think Paris or NY City), nice rooms and great common living room with ocean front view. Good agate hunting.
While traveling through Oregon, my companion and I decided somewhat spontaneously to find a nice place to stay on the coast, rest from our travels, have a nice breakfast, and revel in the ocean waves. "How is it that I never see the waves that bring her words to me for though unseen, they drift around they catch my breath, and knock me down" Instead, we were berated and turned away by the Inn Keeper, one of the most condescending and unpleasant people I've ever not done business with. I made a reservation on the Sea Quest web site and got a confirmation email. I called ahead to let the inn know we'd be arriving late. If the grumpy woman working the inn answered the phone, returned her messages, or understood how her reservation system worked, this would have been no problem. Hell, if she'd been polite and and explained her position without the insults, I wouldn't be writing this review. If she'd opened our room and let us in, dealing with paperwork in the morning, I'd be singing her Inn's praises. As it is, I had to drive to a Comfort Inn, where I was treated well and given a room w/o issue. It's kinda ironic that the place where I had a confirmed reservation turned me away while the place where I had none took care of me. The breakfast will suck, but at least I didn't have to check my dignity at the door.
What a delightful inn! We were impressed from the time we arrived to the time we checked out. The innkeeper saw us drive up and met us in the doorway, greeting us by name. She gave us a very in-depth tour of the house, then showed us to our room. We were treated beautifully throughout our two night stay, and the breakfasts were outstanding. You can mingle with others, or if you are more comfortable being by yourself, the inn is large enough where you can do this. The upstairs offers panoramic views of the ocean, and the guests there a night before we arrived talked of whale sightings during the breakfast hour the morning of our arrival day. They have built a little stairway to the beach from their property, so you can access it easily. There is a koi pond with a waterfall that is beautiful, though I didn't see any fish. We had a little patio outside our main floor room in the back of the inn, but still had a view of the ocean from there. It was a perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day and watch as the sun set over the water. There is a very long stretch of beach there so you can walk for miles on a low tide. Kids were flying kites there, and it also offers a fairly decent beach for collecting shells. There are many sights to see not far from the inn, including hiking trails, horseback riding stables, dune buggies, and they are about a half hour's drive from Newport, where two of our favorite restaurants are located. We loved this part of our trip and will definitely return to the Sea Quest.

(541) 547-3782

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Yachats Underground Pub

125 Oceanview Dr
Yachats, 97498
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The waitress / bartender was super friendly and jovial, just the kind of person you would hope to be running a cozy pub on the Oregon coast. When we went in at about 4:00 on a Friday to grab some late lunch, we were the only people sitting down (there were 3 others sitting at the bar). Despite this, our food still took nearly half an hour to get to us and our drinks were forgotten about (we had to remind someone on staff that we had ordered them in the first place). The food is okay, very simple. Run-of-the-mill fish and chips, but satisfying.
Loved the relaxed atmosphere. Feels like we are locals and we loved the fish and chips nice and crispy. Fries are soggy and Don't order the bowl chowder unless you want to pay out the nose for it. $9.00 and though it tasted good it had very little clams bacon and potatoes in it. Okay, I have to say after letting them know there was nothing in the chowder they did take it off the bill. That was super awesome
When I first saw the space that is now the Yachats Underground, it was a wine tasting place with soft lighting and real table cloths and fine China. I refused to even go into the joint because I don't belong in those places. The Yachats Underground is a pub, with a mobster motif. The entrees are named after mobsters and the drinks are named after mobsters, and there are pictures of mobsters on the wall. They've painted a safe - like the safe at a Federal Reserve bank - on the wall. There are Tommy Guns hanging from the ceiling. This place calls to me. I'm a low-brow. We ordered drinks and Oysters. We ordered a big artichoke with garlic. The artichoke was good, but oysters and fries, were a bit greasy for my tastes. The service was friendly. The music was jazz. All and all the joint was okay.

(541) 547-4600

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LeRoy’s Blue Whale

580 Hwy 101 N
Yachats, 97498
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Great Breakfasts. I don't get to Yachats as often as I would like, but when I do and have time, I always try to stop at the Blue Whale for breakfast. I have been going there, granted only a couple times a year, for over 20 years. Best traditional American breakfast I think I have ever had. Excellent hash browns, sausage links and eggs. Great pancakes. delicious sausage gravy for biscuits and gravy. The coffee isn't the best, but I'll keep going back.
Not very attentive wait staff took 20 minutes for order to be taken only three other customers. Two waitresses on staff. Hope the food is better than the service. Coffee okay ordered Taco omelet on special a little pricey but guess you have to pay for the coast and a city tax to boot. Redeemed themselves with food omelet was good biscuits and gravy good attentiveness improved a little.
Some of the complaints I saw were valid. We had a strange, almost unintelligible waitress. She was nice though, even though we couldn't tell what she was saying since she talked so fast. Maybe too much caffeine? Also, the clam chowder was gross. Don't order it, you will be sad. The four stars are for the mind-blowing fish and chips! They use thick, juicy halibut cuts. Just thinking about it is making my mouth water. If you like fish and chips, do not miss this stop in Yachats. It is the best fish and chips I have ever had. You will not be disappointed. And maybe they will see this review and fix the clam chowder. I'll let you know, but until then, just stick with the fish and chips. ;)

(541) 547-3399

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Drift Inn

124 Hwy 101 N
Yachats, 97498
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(541) 547-4477

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Rock Park Cottages

PO Box 77
Yachats, 97498
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(541) 547-3214

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