Gold Beach Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGold Beach Inn
Very nice room and staff, fabulous views. Definitely recommended place to stay.
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Travel Blogs from Gold Beach
... was excellent. The owners were really friendly and we had a good chat with them and another couple buying some 'growlers' and hoodies. Everywhere you go, be it the most run-down cafe or bar, they will have branded t-shirts, caps and hoodies on sale. And it appears people buy them. That evening, we ate in the nearby bar with a local rock band playing all of two feet from us. Sometimes it's good to be deaf in one ear and have an Everton fan you can talk to at the ...
... Eureka a little bit to see the town in the day time. Lavinia knows about a special house – the Carson Mansion, so we find it and grab a photo. It’s quite a house, and it’s a pity you can’t go in.
After driving past the bay, the road gets back to the coast, but unfortunately, the rain has started, and is starting to come down much harder. So we keep driving, and we don’t see too much for awhile, as the ...
We woke up early in a woodsy Californian campground, and made our way up to the The Avenue of Giants ( monstrous coastal redwoods, the tallest in the world) the drive is so lovely, and we stopped a bunch to walk around them. We made it out of Cali and Into Oregon. Ryan and I have decided that California gives Texas a run for its money in how many days it takes to get through. Holy Cow, it's already Monday! We stopped for ...
... in a gondola for bird's eye view of the redwood forest. At the top is a lookout where you an see all the way to the ocean. It was not too bad going up the mountain but coming down was a little scary.
After lunch we visited the Crescent City Lighthouse, at Battery Point. The lighthouse was first put in service in 1856. ...
... the dogs then load up and go for a ride up the coast.
The first 50 to 70 miles north of the California border is known as Oregon's Gold Coast. Why Gold Coast? Some say because of the flecks of gold that have washed down the Rogue River and spread out by the currents of the ocean up and down the south coast. Others say it is because of the relatively abundant sunshine, at least compared to the north coast. And some ...