Sandy Cove Inn

Address: 241 Avenue U, Seaside, Oregon, 97138-5005, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 241 Avenue U, Seaside, is near Ecola State Park, Camp 18 Museum, Crescent Beach, and Seaside Civic & Convention Center.
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          • Beach


          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites

          TravelPod Member ReviewsSandy Cove Inn Seaside

          Reviewed by wellstravel

          good independent motel

          Reviewed Jul 11, 2016
          by (7 reviews) League City , United States Flag of United States

          quick walk to the ocean, at the quiet end of the board walk, which we liked, cute room, nice to have a bunk bed for our kids, in the same room, with a little sink and microwave and coffee maker, nice staff

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Sandy Cove Inn Seaside

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Seaside

          Seaside Oregon, old fashioned beach town

          A travel blog entry by wellstravel on Jul 11, 2016

          4 photos

          Seaside Oregon is a cute beach town, we have good weather, and saw beautiful sunsets. Great beach for campfires and the town is sweet with old fashioned amusements. You can see where Lewis and Clark's men made salt for their return journey east.

          We eat at Dooger's twice for great clam chowder and very good gluten free options, avoid Maggie …


          A travel blog entry by soppe on Aug 04, 2014

          1 comment, 1 photo

          ... re shellfish.

          On the way out the next morning, we visited the post office, to send off my mother's excess baggage. While there, I purchased additional post card stamps - asking for a roll of 100. The clerk had to dig out one - while he searched and searched, I openly postulated that they do not sell many of the 100 rolls. He corrected me, "actually, we do - this is Seaside! Lots of postcards!"

          Of what?????


          Itinerary for Mexico on the Sapphire

          A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Feb 13, 2014

          It's back to Mexico for me!

          And I'll be meeting up with my awesome 68 year old fellow youth staffer, Greta*, from my recent Australia/New Zealand contract!

          Tonight, I ride to the Seattle airport, my bed for the night, and catch a plane tomorrow to Los Angeles where I'll be staying in a hotel until joining the ship on the 15th. I'll be missing Valentine's Day, but Mike and I have had plenty of time together doing ...

          How to Pick-up Tarts and Stage a Gong Show

          A travel blog entry by henandpen on Jul 21, 2013

          6 comments, 4 photos

          ... were pleased to have the opportunity to finally order the Caribbean Curried Shrimp that we had read about online. Our guts were expecting great things. The service itself was of the teasing variety: very pleasant and fun waiter who kept bringing utensils and things periodically, thus sustaining our anticipation and convincing us that we hadn't actually waited thirty minutes for our food to arrive. But when that plate of curried shrimp arrived in front of me my colon ...

          Day 44 – Saturday, May 11, 2013

          A travel blog entry by travelagain on May 11, 2013

          22 photos

          ... places along the trail.) There was a very well done video about the winter the explorers spent there, but told from the point of view of the Clatsop Indians who are native to the area on the south side of the river. It was a nice experience overall.

          Note: The Corp named the Fort Clatsop for the Clatsop Indians in the area to honor the help they gave the Corp.

          Lunch was quite an ...