Inn at Wecoma Lincoln City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInn at Wecoma Lincoln City
I called from on the road to get a room for one night. Molly, the front desk clerk was excellent and gave us a very nice room and I was able to use a discount coupon for 10% off that I had cut from a tour book. The hotel was so very clean and the room was very large. Customer service is "on the spot" here and I would definitely recommend this hotel for a place to stay.
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... get a chuckle when we spotted Gnat Creek, but haven’t seen a Sandy Creek or Emu Creek anywhere.
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