Schooner's Cove Inn

188 N. Larch, Cannon Beach, Oregon, 97110, United States | Motel
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Location

This motel, located on 188 N. Larch, Cannon Beach, is near Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach, Coaster Theatre, and Tillamook Rock Lighthouse.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Schooner's Cove Inn Cannon Beach

    Great ocean view, good value

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    We stayed at Schooner's Cove for 2 nights at the end of June. Our Super Sloop room on the second floor was spacious and comfortable for us and our 2 kids. The kitchenette is well equipped and would be a boon if you are travelling with small children or for an extended stay. The hotel is very clean, the front office staff was very helpful for restaurant recommendations. The location right on the beach was perfect, and it is just a few blocks to restaurants and shops.

    This is not a luxury hotel but it is a very attractive and well-maintained property. I would highly recommend it for families.

    Perfect Location

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    Our family just returned from a 3 night stay at Schooner's Cove. It was really nice. Friendly staff, who were really helpful. The suites were well maintained and the location was perfect with the ocean just steps away.

    Great place

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    I returned from a 2 night stay at Schooner's last week with my 12 year old son and his friend. What a great place for adults and children. Our Super Sloop room was on the bottom floor, very clean and roomy. I liked having the strip of grass between the room and the beach. The boys enjoyed playing in the sand and on the grass and I think it's also visually appealing. It's only a block from the main street so we never had to use our car. A great place to relax and have fun too.

    Location location location

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    We stayed at Schooner's Cove Inn the last weekend of Jan. 30th till Feb.2cd. This is the time of year to visit Cannon Beach, no crowds and winter room discounts.

    Schooner's Cove location is hard to beat. On the beach with wonderful views of ocean and beach and only half a block from the main street.

    Our room was located on the lower floor which allowed easy access to the beach which was good as this is a non-smoking Inn. Smoking is not allowed on the property, my wife had to walk to the edge of the property for a smoke. A covered area is provided in case of rain though. No pets are allowed.

    Our room had a kitchenette and gas fireplace. This made for a very comfortable stay.

    Our only problem was the floor in the hot tub room is very slippery when it is wet. My wife slipped and fell on the stairs in the spa room. We cut our trip short because of her fall.

    We would stay there again because it is a great location.

    My favorite place

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    Schooner Cove is a place I like to go to with my family or just by myself. Great staff, nice rooms and best of all it is right on the beach.

    Best Inn in Cannon Beach

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    Our family loves Schooners Cove. We return several times a year. The staff is top notch, the rooms are always super clean. Half a block to downtown on one side, the beach and excellent ocean veiws on the other. we have been staying there for years and cannot imagine a trip to the Oregon coast with out visiting Schooners Cove.

    We Love Schooner's Cove

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    For a wonderful retreat to the beach, Schooner's Cove in Cannon Beach, is our families #1 choice. Every room has a breathtaking view of the ocean and beach, which is also approx. 25 to 30 feet before your toes hit the sand from your room. The Cove 's rooms all have full kitchen's so you can enjoy dining with your ocean view (they even have barbque's to use on the lawn & picnic tables), and they are always clean, cozy and the staff is eager and friendly to help with your needs. This is a great place for families, couples, or just the girl's weekend away. There is a Hot tub overlooking the ocean, for reserving for your group only, in 1/2 hour time slots. They also have DVD players in all rooms. All shopping and dining are also within walking distance, so no need to drive. We have enjoyed staying here for the past 6 years or so at all times of the year, x-mas, July 4th, Thanksgiving, summer, fall, spring break etc... We have always had an excellent stay, with superior service from the on-site property managers and staff. If you love the beach, you will love Schooner's Cove. Many of our family, friends and co-workers have also stayed here from our recommendation, and it is now their favorite place also.

    Loved it!

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    The hotel and management were wonderful and the location spectacular. I would love to go back and I would definitley stay at Schooners Cove again.

    Will always go back. A wonderful experience.

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    It is very clean and well kept. The management was very warm and helpful. I loved being in walking distance of shopping . of wonderful places to eat and a lot of good walking on the beach. The privacy was great and the closesness of the beach was breathtaking and for us :oldtimer's: it is easy access. Thank you for a wonderfull stay.

    Loved the Location

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    Loved the location on the beach and right downtown. Great room with kitchen and DVD player. We never had to drive while we were there everything is within walking distance from the hotel.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Schooner's Cove Inn Cannon Beach

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Cannon Beach

    Yeah back in the good ole USA

    A travel blog entry by zumwalt on Sep 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... barking and so I walked along the water by the hotel and found them. I also got a photo of a great blue heron.

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    Visiting Dawn's 48th state

    A travel blog entry by jose.dawn on Jun 24, 2014

    112 photos

    ... the Pacific Ocean now and again. Eventually, we crossed into Oregon by driving over the famous and dangerous Columbia River, across a 4 mile long bridge. This is the same river which gives its name to some of our "outdoor clothing".  Astoria was our first stop. This was the first US town west of the Rockies.  Lewis and Clark spent the winter of 1805 near here at Fort Clatsop, which is now part of the Lewis and Clark ...

    Sea Lions and Starfish

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 19, 2013

    28 photos

    ... sea lions! We headed over to the Port of Astoria parking lot and went to the shore to see the sea lions lying out on a dock. There was one dock that we could walk out on to get a little closer, but unfortunately, we were still a good distance away. Although we couldn’t see them well, we could certainly hear them. I used a 200-mm lens to get some decent shots of them and then we got ready to leave Astoria.
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    Doin' the Oregon Coast

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Aug 19, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... kept bathroom with an abundance of signs that have instructional advice on how to live your life and play well with others, sometimes have paper towels and almost never have soap. Often they will have laundry facilities that do not open on time, again have huge signs that state that they take all the coins daily and warnings about not hogging all the machines. There will be a “camp” store with a few shelves of microwaveable “food”, ...

    Day 9: Cannon Beach

    A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Jul 21, 2013

    11 photos

    ... on the beach and poke about in the rock pools. To my surprise, they are full of starfish and crabs- I am only used to bits of seaweed. We are so enthusiastic that we nearly get cut off by the tide and have to paddle back to shore. We decide to walk into town. It is full of galleries and antiques and I am hopeful of a ...