Inn at Arch Rock
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Free parking
Photos of Inn at Arch Rock
TripAdvisor Reviews Inn at Arch Rock Depoe Bay
Travel Blogs from Depoe Bay
... really Crew Bar girls. So we went up, showered, and by 1:30 I turned the wifi off to sleep. I couldn’t sleep at all. And then this morning I woke up to make a Hawaiian Lai at 9:00am but I got there and they said you had to know how to crochet and it was like $40 so I said, no way, and came up here to the library.
So that is life! Our next show isn’t for another five days I think but till then we will be rehearsing and getting to the Hawaiian Islands! Can’t ...
... top of each other, trying to enjoy the fleeting hours of sunlight. Ana managed to fall on her face here and cut her forehead. She recovered quickly, but is not into the bandages. We climbed up into the old growth Sitka spruce glen where I felt like I was in Alaska . The Octopus Tree was a misshapen Sitka with limbs that spread out up to 16 feet from the base. It is over. 100 feet tall and estimated to have seen three centuries pass. Along the trail back ...
... Then after a detour to a delightful covered bridge at Rochester, we visited Dean Creek Elk Viewing area where we failed to see any Elk until we'd left the reserve!
Eventually we reached the coast and had lovely weather for the first day as we drove through the photogenic town of ...
... to a fertile agricultural valley. The sun was out and now I was riding along side a river, as it wound through (what I thought looked like) prosperous dairy farms. The river led into a peaceful cove with a cheese making company and winery. Eventually, the cove led back to the raging Pacific Ocean. One route into Washington State is to cross a bridge over the mouth of the Columbia River. Today I wanted to have a look at the bridge before ...
... We prepared for our journey as a boat pulled into the dock at the "world's smallest harbor" after a day in the "world's biggest ocean." The charter deckhands unloaded half a dozen plastic totes full of salmon and crabs. The fish cleaners got to work gutting and preparing the fish. As soon as the boat pulled in, a trio of harbor seals raced to the water under the cleaners and lifted their heads up out of the water, hoping for a scrap to fall. They looked ...