Historic Anchor Inn and Grill

Address: 1505 Pacific Coast Hwy, Oceanside, Oregon, 97134, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 1505 Pacific Coast Hwy, Oceanside, is near Three Capes Scenic Drive.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Historic Anchor Inn and Grill Oceanside

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Oceanside

Trip down the Coast

A travel blog entry by maustravels on Feb 03, 2015

We drove down the coast via US 101 to Astoria ....interesting small town with a large logging port as well as fishing boats. There is a huge bridge spanning the Columbia River to Long Beach Wash. And another bridge down the coastline of Oregon. We passed lots of logging trucks and hills that had been clear cut at some point. Went through Seaside which was very tacky and crowded and eventually came to ...

Cape Meares and our Visit with the Ponds

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Aug 17, 2013

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Harlan:

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As Bonna indicates below--it was a real treat to be able to visit with our 'OSU Days' friends, Jim and Suzanne. Jim was assistant wrestling coach to Dale Thomas at Oregon State while we lived in Corvallis (during which time OSU ended up second in the NCAA ...

16 Trains and Counting...Cannon Beach

A travel blog entry by henandpen on Jul 18, 2013

5 comments, 2 photos

... and Cannon Beach from the road are impressive to say the least and I hope to share some good pictures tomorrow. Haystack Rock is enormous and the beaches look like real beaches should. No imported sand here. We all can't wait to get down there. Cannon Beach townsite will serve as a dinner destination for us. It is a total tourist town and you cannot park anywhere for want of space and you are in constant danger of ...

The Oregon Coast

A travel blog entry by tchester on Jul 12, 2012

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... to that point in life. We are so lucky to have jobs and a place to call home.

From Portland, we drove west toward the coast. We arrived at a seaside village called Cannon Beach. WOW! Imagine a broad beach, blue water, cedar sided beach homes, and monoliths. A monolith is a large, single rock that protrudes out of the ground. The one here was called Haystack Rock and is one of the tallest coastal monoliths in the world. It stands 235 ...

It's all about the grub...and the coffee stops

A travel blog entry by blahblahblog on Jul 18, 2010

4 comments, 24 photos

... was all uphill climbing to 1586 feet. Always after lunch!! Still I made it to Gales Creek campground without writing any letters of complaint or plotting a murder - it's quite a primitive campsite, no showers, no sink in the pit toilet and there's only the one pump for water. I lit a fire - I'm becoming a dab hand - and am right for bed. In my head (for that's where all the action is) I'm beginning to look like Gary from Thirtysomething (it's a stretch that anyone will ...