Pelican Shores Inn

Address: 2645 NW Inlet Ave, Lincoln City, Oregon, 97367, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2645 NW Inlet Ave, Lincoln City, is near Chinook Winds Casino & Convention Center and Tanger Outlets Lincoln City.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Pelican Shores Inn Lincoln City

    Great place to stay

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    My mother and I stayed here last year and really enjoyed our stay. We especially liked the fact that they had rooms that have a seperate bedroom. Nice breakfast, nice pool, and clean rooms. We will be staying here again this summer.

    Great value for money!

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    Booked a King Patio Suite for our family of 5. Turned out to be two adjoining rooms with two bathrooms. Sliding doors lead to steps down to the beach. Rooms were remodeled and clean. Breakfast was simple but nice. Staff was friendly and helpful. Couldn't ask for more!

    Always recommend to friends and visitors

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    This small ocean front motel is conveniently located in a quiet neighborhood. Their rooms have been recently remodeled and the property is always kept in great shape. They have a very friendly staff, a wonderful free continental breakfast, a good sized covered and heated pool, and the view is spectacular. I noticed other reviewers commenting about the hot tub/sauna - although the pool is exceptionally warm, there is no hot tub or sauna. When visiting friends need a place to stay, this is it.

    Great Getaway

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    We have always found this place well above average in every respect and have had friends glad we recommended Pelican Shores when they planned their visits it the Lincoln City area.

    Great place to stay

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    This is a great small Inn, The staff is friendly and they are always glad to see you, The hotel is quite and clean and not to far from the Casino. This is were I stay whenever I stop in Lincoln City.

    Great Oceanfront Location

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    We stayed during July 2003 and loved Pelican Shores Inn. It was clean, good access to the ocean, great views and unit had two rooms. Definitely plan on going back again!

    Ocean Front Find

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    We have found our new favorite hotel on the Oregon Coast. Pelican Shores Inn is an ocean front dream! The view is spectacular, cleanliness is outstanding, and customer service was the best. Everything we needed was there. We loved it!

    Great Central Location

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    We would recommend this place highly. Great central Location. Large hot Tub pool and Small Sauna. Nice Views off of balcony with a cliffside grassy area for ocean views-would not be good for small children.

    Breakfast muffins and nut breads in the mornings. We entertained friends from the Great Lakes area and they really were happy with it too.

    Great place.

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    My husband and I stayed with our 7yr old and 22mth old. We loved the fact that there are two rooms and a kitchen area but mostly the view was awesome. We found it clean and the continental breakfast was better than many of the other places we stayed at on our journey of the coast.

    The only down side is children not potty trained can't go in pool. So much for swim diapers.

    Good view but wouldn't go back

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    The only thing going for this place is a nice ocean-front location. Not very clean. Paper thin walls & ceilings. Dated decor.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Pelican Shores Inn Lincoln City

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Lincoln City

    In the nick of time

    A travel blog entry by tamara.henkes on May 13, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... afternoon had lunch with Shirlee, who runs the children's ministry. Again, connecting and sharing life stories. Love this part of ministry. What a blessing it was. In just a little bit I will be off to the children's ministry where I get to share with them. Nice to slow down for a day, although I was busy, it felt good to not drive much.

    After all this travel, Amelia was plain tuckered out and was thrilled to lay her head down last night.


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    Rip Roaring Ride through the Sand Dunes

    A travel blog entry by sightseers on Jun 19, 2014

    22 photos

    ... a very strange meal to me, but it is quite apparent that it is a popular dish down here. When in Rome... The dish arrived.. It was a Platter with Two Giant Biscuits and a Slab of Fried potatoes all covered in what looked to be a half litter of Gelatinous grey gravy.

    I tried a bite.. the gravy had good flavor I guess, but it just wasn't for me. Maybe a little of the gravy with meat and potatoes and ...

    Night 14: Whale Watching

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 03, 2012

    14 photos

    ... seals who were very disappointed to find we weren't a fishing charter. We left the harbor and crossed to see the whale watching center. It hung full size skeletons of seals and sea lions, but most
    of the VC was under repair. Far Out in sea we could see two empty container ships and another large ship. This trio must have made the Coast ...

    Empty Beachs - miles of them

    A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Apr 08, 2011

    25 photos

    ... finding any Elk, we stop at Patrick's Point State Park which has great sea stacks and an opportunity to get up close and personnel with the sea. The sea has been calm this week but this coast must be awesome in a winter storm.

    Crossing the border into Oregon we stay close to the coast stopping off at the State Parks along the way. The whole coast is a series of small parks interpresed with just a ...

    Netarts Bay--Crabbing & Cape Mears

    A travel blog entry by ranlo on Aug 26, 2010

    13 photos

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    At the dock, they have a huge pot to cook the crabs and a nice cleaning station to remove the shells and guts. Spent all afternoon picking out the meat from the body and legs. Ate my fill of claw meat as we ...