Inn at Cannon Beach

Address: 3215 S Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, Oregon, 97110-3074, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3215 S Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, is near Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach, Tillamook Rock Lighthouse, and Crescent Beach.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Continental Breakfast

          TravelPod Member ReviewsInn at Cannon Beach

          Reviewed by wittfamily5

          A wonderfully quaint inn

          Reviewed Jul 10, 2016
          by (9 reviews) Bayport, NY , United States Flag of United States

          After having the day we had, we needed a quiet place to kick our feet up and fall asleep. This was the perfect setting. Upon pulling into the lot and walking towards the desk, we were greeted by the local bunnies. The front desk people were so perfectly calm and welcoming that it instantly put us at ease. They offered us all the amenities of the wonderful inn - Beach chairs, freshly baked cookies, lemon water and tea, and free breakfast in the morning. It couldn't have been a nicer more perfect setting all within walking distance to Cannon Beach.

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          Historical Traveler Reviews Inn at Cannon Beach

          Lovely, relaxing place


          My daughter and I stayed at the Inn at Cannon Beach while on an Oregon road trip. We absolutely loved this place and will definitely return for a longer stay, as we were only there one night. The staff was incredibly accommodating and friendly and had plenty of time to answer all of our questions. The location is wonderful as it is only two blocks to the beach and in a quiet location away from the town. There is a pub next door where we had a great lunch and a Mexican restaurant a block away that was perfect for dinner. Our room had a private balcony, fireplace, very nice bathroom and lots of little extras. Movies were available to rent in the lobby. Everything about this place was so comfortable and welcoming. I would highly recommend it.

          Made me want to move to Cannon Beach


          We had an excellent stay at the Inn at Cannon Beach! The room was spotless and spacious and had lots of windows that you could open for fresh ocean air. The staff were friendly and courteous. I have a hard time with the smell of lemon cleaners, when we arrived our room smelled with a strong lemon odor. (Most people would think that it smelled fresh and clean.) They offered us other rooms, but unfortunately they had all been cleaned with this cleaner so we opened all the windows and enjoyed the ocean breeze as it removed the lemon smell. We stayed there for four days and so on my request the staff did not use the lemon cleaner while we were there (they were more than happy to accomodate) and it smelled great! We loved the games and movies that you can check out from the front desk for those rainy afternoons. The breakfast was great..they even went out of their way and provided wheat free waffles for my son who is allergic to wheat. The two block walk to the beach was quick and relaxing, you walk through a neighborhood and it is safe and quiet. You can also walk to Mo's restaurant which has great clam chowder. The walk to Haystack Rock is a little longer, but not that far, my husband, my 10 year old son, 5 year old daughter and dog ran all the way back to the hotel one morning from Haystack Rock. :) Our dog was treated like a queen, even with her own welcome basket. I would return here each time I go to Cannon Beach, it made me want to be a part of the community. The man who runs the local store across the road had a great chat with my husband one evening and everyone was really friendly! The nicest touch is that we received a hand written thank you note at our home after our stay. If you want to be welcomed as friends, stay at the Inn at Cannon Beach. :)



          Just returned from Cannon Beach. My wife, daughter and small dog stayed at the Inn at Cannon Beach for two nights. I was compelled to write a review because I felt mis-led by the other reviews on this board. I have done a lot of traveling for both business and pleasure and would rate this place as a solid 2.5 to 3 star hotel. The rooms are big enough, a refrigerator is provided, the bathroom was clean and spacious. The continental breakfast was okay - the same you might get at the Quality Inn, Best Western, etc... One negative I would point out was an odor. The room smelled like perfume when we first entered. We opened all the windows to air it out for an hour or so and that helped some, but the odor was pretty darn strong and remained. Another thing is the location. The back part of the property is next to highway 101. The way the rooms are constructed did not create much of a road noise problem when you shut the door and the bathroom window, but if you leave them open you definetely hear the traffic. The location is somewhat isolated. It is a fairly long walk to Haystack Rock where there are a few restaurants. You need a car to get to downtown Cannon Beach.

          We chose the Inn because it was pet friendly but I feel that for what they offer there are much better deals near Haystack Rock or downtown Cannon Beach. For about the same price you can stay at the Surf Sand Resort and be next to the beach, away from highway 101 and next to a few decent restaurants. We paid $230 a night which included a $20 add on for a roll-away bed and a $10 pet fee. I don't think the place is worth much more than $120 for all of the above. So I feel a bit taken advantage of. So caveat emptor!

          Very enjoyable stay


          My husband and I and our 2 small dogs stayed 2 nights at the Inn at Cannon Beach. I selected the Inn from the website because they are pet friendly. We were pleasantly surprised at how nice it is. We love the "cottage-like" atmosphere and the landscaping is beautiful. Everything is very clean. The continental breakfast is better than most. The freshly baked cookies are a nice is the salt water taffy in the room. The staff is friendly and helpful. The Inn is only a block from the beach. We would definitely stay here again.

          Great view, walls thin.


          Right next to the beach. Clean and relaxing. But I would rather stay on the top floor unless you like to hear your neighbors trodding above you! Also could hear the next door neighbors chatting away on the adjoining balcony. Decent place for the location.

          Loved it


          Loved this place. Had the most comfortable bed. The room was emaculate, huge bathroom with shower and jacuzzi tub. The gardens were beautiful. The staff is so friendly and helpful.

          Excellent Experience


          This was a wonderful way to celebrate our 25th anniversary. From the warm cookies at check-in to the modern, well kept room...the whole experience was pleasant. Nice grounds filled with flowers and a pond filled with koi fish and a small waterfall. The room includes a microwave, coffee maker stocked with coffee and tea, a small fridge and a firm comfortable bed. The jacuzzi tub was wonderful. A generous supply of thick, creatively fan-folded towels was nice. Every room had a balcony or porch with lawn chairs to enjoy the landscaped grounds. Breakfast in the Art Gallery included muffins, waffles, fruit, yogurt and cereals. The staff was friendly and efficient. And it was a nice surprise to find a balloon bouquet attached to a bag of saltwater taffy to honor our anniversary.

          The one block walk to the beach was pleasant even in the rain and the beach by Haystack Rock is beautiful. The Inn is located about 1-1/2 miles south of Cannon Beach. We did not find this to be inconvenient and liked being just a bit outside of town in a quieter area. We enjoyed our stay at the Inn at Cannon Beach and look forward to returning.

          Great Experience with our Cat


          I called the Inn directly on a Monday morning and was given an off-season, midweek rate of $109.99 per night. We needed a pet-friendly room and this is one of the nicest Oregon coast accomodations that is pet-friendly for $10 per night. The atmosphere and landscaping was beautiful. We enjoyed being in the quiet part of Cannon Beach. You can walk to Mo's or a brewery from here as well. The beds were comfortable and the room was clean and nicely appointed. Each room has a microwave and fridge as well. We found this to be a good value for the area. If you want to be right on the beach or directly downtown, you might be disappointed. You have to walk about 1 and a half blocks to get to a beautiful big beach and the view of Haystack Rock. We didn't mind though, because you have to pay a lot more to stay someplace as nice as this directly on the ocean. The staff was friendly, the room was clean, and location was quiet and residential.

          Loved this place


          Romantic setting back from the beach, very well priced, and very friendly new hotel. I thoroughly recommend it.

          Unique Design


          We enjoyed our stay at the Inn at Cannon Beach. The complimentary breakfast was very good. The bungalow design around the pond and outdoor seating are relaxing. Staff very friendly!

          TripAdvisor Reviews Inn at Cannon Beach

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Cannon Beach

          Cannon Beach and Haystack rock

          A travel blog entry by wittfamily5 on Jul 10, 2016

          18 photos

          After leaving Astoria (and realizing that the Goonies could have never ridden their bikes such a great distance - a 30 minute car drive) we came in to Cannon Beach. Along our path that day, Dad put us in touch with one of his DGO fraternity brothers and Gina arranged for us to meet. We pulled in to this too Street, to block town and met with George …

          Moving on into Oregon

          A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Sep 09, 2015

          11 photos

          ... hold meant but we presume it's lie flat, cover your head and hang on to something firm. Moving on from Raymond we crossed the amazing Columbia River (largest flow of freshwater from the Americas into the Pacific and navigable up to 465 miles inland) into Astoria. Founded by John Jacob Astor when he started out as a fur-trader it's now a pretty town with many beautiful old houses. A brief stop for a cold drink was ...

          Coastal Fun in Autumn Sun!

          A travel blog entry by danandrach on Oct 06, 2014

          24 photos

          ... got the little git back sooner or later! We packed up and left after that!

          Next on the agenda was Hug Point, 5 miles back up the coast. This was just another beach cove and we have no idea why it's called hug point but we made sure we had a hug at hug point in front of the camera so at least we won't forget the name of it!

          We headed back to our hotel after that so we could go to Haystack Rock. This was the last attraction on the list and to get to it we ...


          A travel blog entry by jldavol on Jun 03, 2014

          3 comments, 27 photos

          ... orange and purple. About the time I was safely up close to them, the tide rolled back in! Judy and I took a leap onto a small rock and then I was reminded of the Ranger Rick’s Rules for the area. ***Please stay off the rocks and enjoy the view from the beach. Course my water shoes are back in the hotel and it was too late to save my nice exercise shoes. I sacrificed them and will never regret ...

          One Day a Desert Rat, the next Day a beach bum

          A travel blog entry by photokent on Jun 01, 2014

          ... and spent a good 45 minutes watching the sunset and taking photos. I ruined the shots from regular camera but managed to get a couple with the iPhone. Never ...