Fireside Motel

Address: 1881 Highway 101 North, Yachats, Oregon, 97498, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 1881 Highway 101 North, Yachats, is near Heceta Head Lighthouse, Yachats coastline, and Overleaf Spa.
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      Travel Blogs from Yachats

      Haystacks, a giant dune and lots of crabs

      A travel blog entry by j.mcgucken.ma on Aug 22, 2014

      6 photos

      Got some great pastries at Pacific Way bakery in Gearhart and then drove straight to Cannon Beach. Haystack Rock is just off the shore of the beach and is a classic symbol of Oregon. Very foggy in the mornings here as the ocean temperature is so much colder than the land, then it clears as the day goes on. Stopped off at Manzanita beach, quiet with …

      Just cycling in the dark

      A travel blog entry by steveandange on Oct 14, 2014

      19 photos

      ... the 'utes' and the logging trucks when cycling on the quieter roads. Only problem with these roads is that they tend to take a shorter and steeper route to the top of the hill... On the subject of vehicles, without doubt the worst vehicles on the road are the 'motor coaches'. They are at least the size of a 40-seater coach, always towing at least a car but sometimes a motorbike as well and going at crazy ...

      Cape Perpetua

      A travel blog entry by henandpen on Jul 25, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... s been woken up by rabble knows that this is charitable name calling. The drive to Cape Perpetua is a short one, perhaps 15 minutes. We drove to the top, paid to park ($5), and went to the sign-board to find a suitable hike. Right - we're at the top of an ancient lava flow now. The hikes go downhill... So down we went! It was a steep and rough path but only 3 miles round-trip. We had snacks at the bottom and then came back up to see the view with a little less fog than when ...

      Day 5; pt 2

      A travel blog entry by marrkids3 on Jun 09, 2013

      1 comment, 68 photos

      After leaving the Dunes, we headed north up the coast to Cape Perpetua. On the way, we stopped at a little farmers market in some coastal town. Wasn't very big but had some very interesting booths and many hippies. Upon arriving at the cape, we stopped at the information desk and they sent us to a couple different interesting areas. First was the lookout atop the cape which allowed for some amazing views of the coastline. Jared & ...

      Another day along the pacific coast

      A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Oct 17, 2012

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... 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 ...