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TravelPod Member ReviewsStephanie Inn Cannon Beach
My boyfriend and I decided to take a road trip to Cannon Beach for the long weekend . We decided to stay at Stephanie Inn and it proved to be an excellent and memorable choice. The resort itself is beautifully located right on the beach with an amazing view of Oregon's famous Haystack Rock.
We enjoyed the many great services Stephanie Inn had to offer. From our beautiful room to great hospitality service of its employees. All the employees make you feel special and are all very welcoming. Guests can help themselves to the Cookie Jar at front desk
. 24 hour access to freshly baked homemade cookies sure put a smile on my face. And they were delish!
In the afternoons there is a daily wine and cheese gathering at the Library Chart room. This was an excellent way to taste top of the line wines and beers the Pacific Northwest has to offer. It is also a great way to meet and mingle other guests.
Our dining experience at Stephanie's Inn was superb from taste, quality, and service. I definitely will be coming back.
Late in the evening after 9pm a complimentary night cap service was also provided along with its wide selection of premium liquors. Of course I couldn't resist, Grand Marnier was my request. It was an excellent way to unwind and end the night off in style.
A complementary breakfast buffet is available until 10:30 am to all guests. I enjoyed my strawberry stuffed french toast topped off with fresh berries and sparkling mimosa.
Also to mention they also offer a complimentary car wash
. They sure thought of everything. It didn't end there when we checked out the front dest staff provided us with a road pack containing 2 bottled waters, chocolates, cookies, and a copy of room bill for our long drive home to Vancouver. WOW that's great service to me!
Our stay was a wonderful experience and far exceeded my expectations. I definitely will be coming back and highly recommend Stephanie Inn to all family, friends, and colleagues.
Thank you Stephanie Inn for a great and memorable experience. Your hospitality and service is the best I've ever received in my many years of travelling.
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