The Ashley Inn of Tillamook
Travel Blogs from Tillamook
... acquired beach home in Neskowin. Kendra’s Kitchen was our destination for lunch. Interesting little homey place with lots of bric-a-brac everywhere. We almost turned around and exited when our waitress met us coming from the kitchen still chumping on her lunch. Steve commented “Guess you wouldn’t be eating the food here if it wasn’t good!” So we sat down and ordered. When ...
... onto the beach near Haystack Rock in hopes of seeing some Puffins. It is breeding time for many birds. Unfortunately the tide was in so we couldn't get too close. ...
... the rock. Unfortunately we were not allowed to climb up on it but we had fun walking all around the front of it. It is bigger than I thought it would be and every bit as awesome. John had fun poking at the sea anemones in the tidal pools. We spent about a half hour down on the beach before heading back to the car so we could continue our journey. I guess we can check that one off the list of things to do.
We have a nice room at a hotel that John's parents ...
... again soon and spot the Sea Lion Caves, so pull over to have a look. It’s an interesting concept – they drilled a hole for an elevator 200 feet through the rock to some natural caves where sea lions often gather. Unfortunately, they are not here at this time of year. However, we go down anyway to see the cave and the exhibits. The kids enjoy walking around the ...
... the sound of Rustling thought it was a bear so we slightly shat our pants however it was a coon scary little buggers I got out and there they were just staring at me all alone in this wood with eyes all orange ahh I threw a few sticks at them and they seemed to get the message however in the night I heard them munching away umm wildlife is rife out ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility