Gold Beach Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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
... make dens out of the drift wood on the beach, walk and collect your thoughts. Fly a kite if you dare - the wind was strong and one brave soul windsurfing. Always had that romantic idea that when you put your hand in the sea you were touching the seas all around the world, that soon ended when I was closer than realised and ankle deep - I thought some one had taken a stihl saw to my ankles - fxxx it was hideously cold ! Beach was covered with massive drift wood all ...
... mostly with cranberry in them, but some just chocolate. The fun part is that it is like a mini Costco with just desserts! The whole store is full of samples! Yum and more yum. Of course after sampling, we had to take some home (or at least to the car) with us. We also found some Ollallieberry wine. I remember this from 45 years ago in Solvang, CA. I was very excited and of course some of the wine had to follow us home.
... bike and travel. You don't have to do someone mad like us. Get in to a National Park, hike, walk, paddle, sit and stare. For $80 a day including food and gas I guarantee that you can see some of the best sights in the world, within 24 hours of your front door, wherever you live.
For God's sake get out and use the nature that you all have so close. Crater Lake is wonderful, but you don't need to go to the famous places like that or The Grand ...
... In New Zealand pampas grass is considered a nuisance and I’m sure in Oregon it will be (if not already) considered a nuisance too.
Another nuisance in Oregon are the gophers. Though we haven’t actually seen one, we have certainly seen signs of them. Small mounds of dirt, almost anthill size, are seen almost everywhere there is grass, even in well manicured lawns. What a headache they must be to ...
... lunch. Just offshore is the Battery Point Lighthouse. It was first lit in 1856, deemed irrelevant in 1875 and extinguished, but brought back to life a short time after as ships captains felt it was an important nighttime navigational aid. It went dark once again in 1965, and re-lit again in 1982 as a private navigational aide. The light can be visited at low tide, the only time when the light is accessible.
Jil is getting tired of driving, ...