Oregon · United States

Cannon Beach, Oregon (& bonfires on the beach)

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I just came across this great looking beach town while looking for resorts along the Oregon coast.  Cannon Beach is located up north near the state of Washington.  It has the Haystack Rock, which I have seen in pictures.

Haystock Rock and tide pools at Cannon Beach, OR
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This rock is 235′ tall and is called a “sea stack”. The rocks that stick up around it are called “The Needles”.  The tide pools surrounding the haystack house starfish and sea anemone and it provides a nesting site for seabirds such as terns and puffins.

I have been looking for a beach front resort to visit along the Pacific Northwest coast.  That area looks rough and windswept but serene at the same time.  I came across an inn at Cannon Beach that offers a great idea as an add-on to your visit.  For $69, you can enjoy your own private bonfire built by your personal ‘inn-provided’ fire butler.  You can drink wine, beer, or cider and enjoy gourmet popcorn or smores while you listen to the waves crash against the shore underneath the twinkling stars.  That just sounds ideal!

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I now really want to visit this beach and inn.  It is called Stephanie Inn and it is located at Cannon Beach.  Here is their website:  http://stephanieinn.com/discover-the-inn/

Here is the contact information:

2740 S. Pacific – P.O. Box 219
Cannon Beach, Oregon  97110
Phone: (855) 977-2444

Reservations: (855) 977-2444 Email: info@stephanieinn.com
Book your reservation online

I found a beautiful picture on Pinterest of the lobby.  I could not find this picture on their website, so I hope the information is accurate.

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It also has a beautiful exterior …

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I can imagine wrapping up a great relaxing day along the Oregon Coast with a drink on the beach!

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