Old Town Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsOld Town Inn Florence
The Old Town in was great! Newly remolded and very comfortable. Close to downtown Florence and a lot of dining options, and the Oregon coast is beautiful. The staff was very helpful too!
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... to some poor soul who walked all the way to the top. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is probably the most scenic we have seen -- a spectacular walk up to the bluff (150 feet above the sea) with breathtaking views of the ocean below. The 56-foot tall lighthouse was built in 1894 and is the most powerful light along the Oregon coast -- it can be seen 21 miles out to sea and is only stopped by the curvature of the ...
It is really beautiful here in the park. There are more camp hosts than campers right now, so it's really quiet too.
We decided to go back into town and stroll along the boardwalk. The first place we came to was a restaurant with outdoor, pet friendly dining. Cool! We're hungry and we got pets!! There was a young lady outside passing out samples of their clam chowder. The chowder alone was reason to stop ...
... but the hike paid off! Way down below the ocean crashes in with no mercy as it hits the rocky coast line but yet seems to ever so gently roll up the long sandy beaches. You really can watch this forever in amazement. The rest of our day was filled with a hike straight up into the old growth forest behind Perpetua, a beautiful hike with huge, old, tired looking trees standing tall and strong in the forest with ferns filling the ground beneath them. We ...
... drive to the coast took just under 4 hours.
As we got about 15 minutes from the coast, the mist started rolling in over the treetops. And the temperture started dropping. When we got to Winchester Bay, just 4 miles south on 101 from where Rt 38 connects to it, temp was 61 degrees, blustery, damp mist encased everything. There is a lighthouse here - somewhere. ...