Top Reasons to Stay at The Craftsman Bed & Breakfast
- The Craftsman-style inn was built in 1921 and retains its 1920s character with unpainted wooden wainscoting, period-inspired furniture—many pieces were built by the innkeeper Mike in an onsite workshop—and no televisions or radios.
- Mike has put in place eco-friendly measures to help save water and energy at the inn; these include the installation of energy-efficient appliances and use of recycled materials in his woodworking projects.
- Each of the three guest rooms has an attached private bathroom, individual radiant heat, and views of Cape Kiwanda, Haystack Rock, Pacific City, and the Pacific Ocean.
- Each morning, you’ll enjoy a hot breakfast in the dining room that may include haystack pancakes filled with Oregon blueberries.
- The inn’s wine list features local picks from the Yamhill-Carlton area and Willamette Valley.
- The inn is within walking distance of the beach as well as restaurants and shops in Pacific City.
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