Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast

Address: 650 Jetty Rd. SW, Bandon, Oregon, 97411, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 650 Jetty Rd. SW, Bandon, is near West Coast Game Park Safari, Coquille River Lighthouse, Pacific Dunes, and Bandon Sweets and Treats.
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    Travel Blogs from Bandon

    Historic Lighthouses and Mountains of Driftwood

    A travel blog entry by ktholin on Jul 01, 2015

    7 photos

    ... entrance of the Coaquille River. At the base of the jetty which now protects the river entrance was a logjam of driftwood about 100 yards deep and a quarter mile long.

    Running along the park were bike paths and seldom used roads, so Roz and I were able to take some extended bike rides to explore the area. The weather here was sunny and warn, but windy near the coast. Our plan is to head south back into California and try to make Eureka.


    Bandon Dunes a Golfer's Slice of Heaven!

    A travel blog entry by shellingtons on Apr 13, 2015

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... imaginable putt you cold think of. They even have drink holders on each tee and full bar service. My Tuesday golf group would love this spot! It was Cathy's favourite part of the whole resort! We finished the day with a fabulous dinner of Lingcod at Pacific Dunes Restaurant that overlooks the Punch Bowl and great sunset! Monday was time for round two! After a great breakfast we made our way to the Pacific Dunes course. Both Bandon Dunes ...

    Oregon Lighthouse Trail pt 1

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Jul 31, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... cannery. Then in 1936 the whole town burned down. Although rebuilt, most industry had aBandoned and relocated. Now: tourism, including charter fishing.

    Umpqua River Lighthouse was put into service in 1894 after a prior light also on the banks of the Umpqua fell into the river in 1861 due to serious erosion. The tower stands 65 feet high atop a ...

    Catching up with friends!

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jul 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... and Linda again. We had met them last year on our Mediterranean cruise when we had joined forces to win the quiz most nights. After we had settled in to their Winnebago in the driveway we headed into town to the local Casino for dinner. This had a great view out over the bay and we had fresh local seafood and a nice Sauvignon Blanc .

    We then returned to the house for much discussion and good company before heading to bed ...

    Stop thief!

    A travel blog entry by versastyle on Aug 21, 2013

    11 photos

    ... beach and back. We finally mustered the courage to get ankle-deep into the water, but ventured no further. This water, which makes its way down from Alaska, is so frigid that I thought for a moment that I had lost circulation in my feet.

    The pack up was uneventful except for Michele rescuing a squirrel who had somehow got into the bag containing a loaf of bread. Apparently the poor critter was in quite a panic until Michele rescued it.

    We hit the ...