Sea Star Guesthouse

Address: 370 1st St SE, Bandon, Oregon, 97411-9657, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 370 1st St SE, 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

        A day of fishing

        A travel blog entry by anatw on Jul 24, 2015

        Rob left at 4.40am to go fishing for Tuna. I spent the morning having some down time, went for a 30 minute run and the sat in the garden looking at the amazing butterflies and hummingbirds. Rob and Ron arrived back at 5.30 with tuna and crab. They ...

        Bandon Dunes a Golfer's Slice of Heaven!

        A travel blog entry by shellingtons on Apr 13, 2015

        2 comments, 27 photos

        ... amenities are second to none. The staff at ever corner was so friendly and so helpful. Everyone person gave you the impression that they loved their job and they were really happy you were here. If anybody is looking for top notch golf experience you have to put this place on your list. You will not regret it! Tomorrow morning we will be back in the car and head done the Oregon Coast and back into California. Next stop is Eureka.  Cathy & ...

        The first American Drive Through...

        A travel blog entry by chris-moore on Jul 11, 2014

        I've arrived in Bandon-by-the Sea on the coast of Oregon, heading south towards California, San Francisco and home. The coastal scenery is magnificent - miles and miles of wind swept beaches, rocky headlands, giant sand dunes and a few small towns.

        I stopped in Newport for some of Mo's clam chowder and it was very good indeed. Mo's is the Oregon equivalent of Harry Ramsdens and a local institution. The story goes that years ago a customer ...

        Fourth Of July Week 7/01---7/07

        A travel blog entry by rvcraigers on Jul 01, 2014

        2 comments, 45 photos

        ... Sunset Bay and saw Sea Lions. And best of all, we saw our first whales in their natural habitat. Awesome!! We also visited the Botanical Gardens and all the lookout points. Fourth of July started off with a hometown parade followed by a craft show and Lions Club Cookout. A short rest then the Bandon Wine Walk. What a great idea!! You follow a map of all the participating stores ...

        Day 22

        A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Sep 17, 2013

        6 photos

        ... orange and it didn't have the word prisoner on it.

        Still- its interesting how things are done here. We continued into country very similar to Kawerau in NZ where you see the trees stretching for miles, but in this case they were Redwoods - beautiful trees straight as a dye and going up for hundreds of feet. The mature trees are wide at the bottom but have no tap root system. I think they only go down some 10 - 13 ft but spread out over 60 -80 feet and seem ...