Spindrift Motor Inn

Address: 1215 Chetco Avenue, Brookings, Oregon, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1215 Chetco Avenue, Brookings, is near Harris Beach State Park, Brookings, and Azalea Park.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsSpindrift Motor Inn Brookings

        Reviewed by mbwatrous

        what a find!

        Reviewed Jul 27, 2015
        by (22 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        This is a great hotel! It's a sort of of rambling building run by a couple...the room is a good size, with comfortable furniture (including a frig and microwave). It's very pet-friendly - I think the couple lives here and we met their dog. The property includes a large field that borders the coast; the ocean views are breathtaking! Mike told us this property was named one of the best Pacific views in Oregon. Amazing that a place with this view charges a very reasonable rate! We like the motel and town so much, ee decided to stay an extra day!

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

        TripAdvisor Reviews Spindrift Motor Inn Brookings

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Brookings

        One stop shopping!

        A travel blog entry by billhall on Dec 27, 2014

        1 comment, 16 photos

        ... the top, we were rewarded with a genuine working (as in the light was lit) lighthouse! The view from the lighthouse wasn't too shabby either, as we watched the seals play in the ocean below.

        After the lighthouse, we drive maybe a mile. We want to try and shoot a photo back at the lighthouse up on the bluff. At the bottom of the cliff we are on, are literally hundreds of sea lions and seals. They winter here and rest on ...

        Beach Combing

        A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 09, 2014

        9 photos

        ... told us that the beach grasses had built up the coastline that had rapidly been washing away. The gigantic, weathered whale jawbone was displayed for visitors. Unfortunately, we did not get a view of a live one.

        While Bud napped, I walked the stalls of the Coos Bay farmer's market. There were offerings of huge blackberries, heirloom tomatoes, purple carrots, lemon cucumbers, as well as, organic meats and local crafts. Street musicians ...

        And so it begins.....

        A travel blog entry by evotech on Jul 21, 2014

        5 comments, 38 photos

        ... picked up the rental car and pointed it north once again. Two hours later we found ourselves looking at Dottie sitting all alone and depressed in a storage lot. She was dusty and full of chalky streaks. She looked sad. I had scheduled a day of maintenance, as I had no idea what I was in for after letting the old girl sit for eights months. I figured at the very least I would have to jump start her. At worst there would be critters that found a way in and took up residence. ...

        I am a Lighthouse, Part Two

        A travel blog entry by jan3boys on Jul 02, 2014

        1 comment, 9 photos

        An interesting aspect of life along the coast is the way so many things have to be timed with the tides. For instance, today, we drove to Crescent City to see the Battery Point Lighthouse, which can only be accessed during low-tide. A short walk across the bottom of the ocean took us to the small island that holds the lighthouse, the keepers' rooms, a storage building, and a kerosene building. ...

        USA Road Trip - Arcata to Redwoods National Park

        A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach on May 28, 2014

        62 photos

        ... poor old Nathan had no chance of achieving due to his height! It was then time to catch the sky-rail up the mountain through the forest canopy to enjoy panoramic views of the trees varieties. Once at the top we could enjoy breathtaking views of the forest and pacific ocean from the observation deck. After returning on the sky-rail we continued along the walking trail passing fascinating artistic tree sculptures of animals, faces, ...