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Historical Traveler Reviews Adobe Resort Yachats
The best place to stay on the Oregon Coast
We stayed at the Overleaf for a night, couldn't get another night as the room we wanted was booked so moved to the Adobe. We couldn't leave. It's fabulous, better than the Overleaf, not as trendy and you don't get the hair conditioner in the bathroom but it's less expensive, closer to the surf action, quieter rooms, the beds are more comfortable and it's convenient because it has a restaurant on site. The food was good. If you get a room with breakfast or dinner included it's an incredible deal. We rented a room with an ocean view on the third floor, a spa room for a night and then back to another ocean view room for three more nights. The spa rooms are newer and the beds a little softer and the spa was nice, a bigger room but if you don't want to spend that much the ocean view rooms on the third floor are wonderful.
We loved the Adobe, look forward to going back there soon for at least a week and would highly recommend this place to anyone interested in taking a relaxing break from stress and worry. It's quite romantic too.
The Adobe was the highlight of our recent stay in Oregon. The sauna/steamroom was the best conditioned i've ever been in. Living in California I have zero chance of getting a SPECTACULAR ocean view room like we had at The Adobe unless I hit the lotto. Next time we're staying longer.
Best Stay of the trip
Great place, ideal location,any closer to water and you,d have wet feet.Good food,good service and people, we were going to stay one night, ended up for four.
Try and get a gound floor with patio, over looking ocean, if you can afford it get one of the jacuzzi suites.
The rooms were great, the location ,well ,as good as it gets, nice place to relax, then fall sleep with the waves crashing.
By the way, while there we looked at the other hotels in town,tho some say they like the Overleaf I think it pales to the older Adobe.
we stayed her for our anniversary jan 8-9 and we could not have been happier!! The veiws, the food, the mighty waves, everything was fantastic! the best part was the evening in the lounge where the live entertainment and good company kept us up late while the storm raged outside. the room was good and the jacuzzi was awesome. we would love to come back again !!!
Our favorite place on the Oregon Coast
The most romantic place to stay. Wonderful in-room jacuzzi, wonderful ocean view, wonderful Sunday Brunch. Nothing beats soaking in the tub with bubbles, candles and the ocean crashing against the rocks. We love it and keep coming back.
The "WONERFUL" Adobe
It is simply the best spot on the whole Oregon coast to spend fun, love and viewing filled times & pleasures with family and/or friends. We give them a 9 on my scale of 1-10, and we've been up and down this coast. Myke & Carol Crowe.
Stayed for a Week
Great package deal included breakfast. I thought I was getting a room, but got a suite with 2 tv's, washer/dryer and completely furnished kitchen. Walked on 804 trail right outside and watched stormy seas while eating breakfast. The food is ok, but the view makes up for any shortcomings. The help is friendly and service is great.
Just a warning, the buzzer that sounds when the room doors unlock can be heard up and down the hall during the rush (check in) hours so don't try to take a nap!
Absolutely awesome sunsets, surf, and private beach...watched whales and seals offshore two afternoons. Wonderful dining room and spectacular sunsets. Tidepools to wander - saw starfish, sea anenomes, etc. Enjoyed searching through the agates on the beach in front of the resort. Very romantic setting, all the amenities, and the best of the Oregon coast!
If you can picture sitting in a large jetted tub with your wife, candles glowing and the pacific ocean crashing against the rocks just yards away, then you have found the right place. We loved it and will spend future anniverseries here.
Luxury Cliff Dwelling on the Pacific
The Adobe seems pleasant enough from the Coast Road, but the rooms are spacious, inviting and well equipped. The two fantastic aspects are the the views! The views are Interactive! Many waves crash on the cliffs outside the room and restaurant windows with such force as to spray observers with salty mist. Leave the window open a crack at night and luxuriate on the soothing sounds of waves flowing, crashing and ebbing as gulls and eagles call across the centuries to other adventurous souls who have passed that way before. Then wake to the smell of rich coffee and sumptuous waffles wafting up from the five star restaurant-with-a-view below. You won't want to leave. I know we wanted to stay indefinitely! Treat yourself to romance with someone you love.
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Travel Blogs from Yachats
... world's smallest harbour' at Depoe Bay. It's also supposedly a great place for whale watching but we didn't see any, although you're less likely to at this time of year. In no time at all we'd made it over the summit of Cape Foulweather, which thankfully was not foul at all. The Otter Creek route provided a gorgeous little break from the traffic of 101 - you only realise how accustomed you've become to the ...
... woman. Oh hey, one of the young kids - the 8 year-old with the mohawk that likes to rap at 7:00am - just walked through our campsite, right past me. Perfect timing! Aw well. They have five ill-behaved kids, I don't. Cold again this morning. I think that Cape Perpetua will be a nice place to hike. It's the highest point on the Oregon Coast and should be well above the fog. Last full day in Yachats. I think I can speak for us all when I say that Eugene is looking mighty ...
... to sound like a broken record,
but the further west and north we have traveled, the prettier it has been. Not a great deal of civilization out
here. Highway 101 is one of the busiest
roads in the state and not a huge amount of opportunity for employment noticeable.
It seems as people tend to survive with less out here—maybe the landscape and ocean
is enough! Everybody says hello and ...
... We did a bit of beachcombing and saw quite a few rocks with fossilized shells. (Guess all that education in Drumheller has finally paid off.)
Then we packed up Star and we continued driving along the Pacific Coast. Our first stop was Devils Churn. This is another basalt rock formation formed by the waves. A narrow split in the rock funnels the waves to the cliff, causing the water to be forced up like a geyser. Next we stopped at the Spouting ...
... a living room / kitchen upstairs and a bedroom downstairs. Set just off the main road in a wooded area that led down to the beach. So we had some nice sunset pictures and the beach to ourselves. Explored some rockpools and found some rocks covered with mussels and shellfish. We probably had 2 square miles of beach to ourselves that evening.