Hotel Limited Service Year Built 1999 Year Remodeled 2005 Additional Property Description A few miles from Portland, our Forest Grove hotel lets guests really get away from it all and enjoy the beauty of the Great Northwest. From Pumpkin Ridge Golf Course to Pacific University, there are many reasons guests stay at our Forest Grove hotel. The Cornelius region of Oregon is known for the great outdoors, and there are plenty of recreational opportunities nearby. Check out Tree to Tree Adventure Park for a fun filled family vacation, or the world renowned local golf course for a relaxing afternoon. Wine tours at the local vineyards and wineries are another big attraction. Our location, close to Pacific University, makes our Forest Grove hotel a favorite for budget minded students or faculty who want a great value and clean, comfortable accommodations. Many weddings and events also take place nearby, and we are happy to accommodate groups to make your special day run as smoothly as possible. Hagg Lake is the perfect place for boating and fishing. The Warrior Dash, an epic race, also takes place near our Forest Grove hotel. The nearby town of Hillsboro offers all the charm of a smaller town. From Banks to Gaston, we re the last hotel before hitting the coast. If you d like to experience the Oregon coast, it s just a couple of hours away, and well worth a day trip. Local companies like Henningsen Cold Storage Company, the Oregon Department of Forestry, ODoF, Intel, and Via Systems often send employees to our Forest Grove hotel. Wilco, Bentley Cabinetry, and Par Lumber are also popular local businesses that bring in out of town employees. If you re traveling for business, count on us to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. With an indoor pool, hot tub and sauna open 24 hours a day, the comfort of our guests is
YEAR BUILT 1993 YEAR REMODELED 2008ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION THE STEPHANIE INN IN CANNON BEACH OREGON IS OREGONS PREMIER OCEANFRONT DESTINATION. WITH WONDERFUL VIEWS OF MAJESTIC HAYSTACK ROCK THE VAST PACIFIC OCEAN AND THE OREGON COASTAL RANGE THE OCEANFRONT STEPHANIE INN COMBINES THE CHARM AND CASUAL ELEGANCE OF A NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY INN WITH THE SOPHISTICATION OF A BOUTIQUE RESORT HOTEL. A PREFERRED ROMANTIC GETAWAY FOR MANY SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 1993 THE STEPHANIE INN IS COMMITTED TO PERSONALIZED SERVICE AND ATTENTION TO EVERY DETAIL. EACH GUEST ROOM AND SUITE IS SPACIOUS ELEGANTLY FURNISHED A COZY HIDEAWAY WITH A GLOWING FIREPLACE AND SOOTHING JACUZZI AN INSPIRING SANCTUARY FOR YOUR COMPLETE RELAXATION AND ENJOYMENT. THE STEPHANIE INN WELCOMES CHILDREN OVER 12 AND IS COMPLETELY PET AND SMOKE FREE. THE FOUR STAR STEPHANIE INN DINING ROOM SERVES A COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST BUFFET EACH MORNING IN AN INTIMATE COUNTRY SETTING. OUR CHEF PREPARES A FOUR COURSE DINNER NIGHTLY FEATURING THE FRESHEST IN SEASONAL INGREDIENTS. NORTHWEST CUISINE AT ITS FINEST CREATIVE INNOVATIVE AND DELICIOUS. LOCATED JUST NINE MILES SOUTH OF THE CITY OF SEASIDE OREGON THE STEPHANIE INN IS CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR THE WASHINGTON/OREGON BORDER AND IS CONSIDERED A BEAUTIFUL DRIVE FROM BOTH THE SEATTLE AND PORTLAND METROPOLITAN AREAS. THE STEPHANIE INN IS COMMITTED TO MAKING EACH GUESTS STAY MEMORABLE AND CAREFREE.
THE OCEANFRONT SURFSAND RESORT IS JUST STEPS FROM HAYSTACKROCK AND HAS SWEEPING COASTLINE VIEWS TO THE NORTH ANDSOUTH. THESE VIEWS INCLUDE NOT ONLY HAYSTACK ROCK BUT ALSOTILLAMOOK HEAD LIGHTHOUSE. LOCATED JUST 70 MILES WEST OFPORTLAND IN CANNON BEACH THE SURFSAND WELCOMES GUESTS WITHWARMTH AND HOSPITALITY..THE FULL SERVICE SURFSAND RESORT FEATURES STYLISHCONTEMPORARY GUEST ROOMS AND SUITES WITH A SERENE TRANQUILVIBE AND A LOT OF FUN EXTRAS THAT WILL MAKE YOUR STAYMEMORABLE AND YOUR RETURN VISIT A GOOD BET. IPOD DOCS WI FILUX BATH AMENITIES DEEP SOAKING TUBS AND BEACHFRONT CABANASERVICE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE MODERN TOUCHES THAT WILL MAKEYOUR STAY LAID BACK AND FUN..THE RESORT ALSO FEATURES A BEAUTIFUL YEAR ROUND INDOORSWIMMING POOL AND HOT TUB RELAXING MASSAGE ROOMS AND ACOMPREHENSIVE FITNESS CENTER THAT FEATURES STATE OF THE ARTWORKOUT EQUIPMENT AND FINNISH SAUNAS. FOR YOUR DININGPLEASURE THE WAYFARER RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE PROVIDES A TRUEOCEANFRONT DINING EXPERIENCE. THE WAYFARER FEATURES SIMPLEUNEMBELLISHED NORTHWEST FARE FEATURING SEAFOOD STEAK AND ANAWARD WINNING WINE LIST. COME AND EXPERIENCE THE OREGONCOAST SURFSAND STYLE.
Once a small artists' colony, Cannon Beach still plays host to a number of local galleries scattered throughout the town. Cedar-shingled boutiques dot the downtown shopping district, where visitors can also find several restaurants and wine bars.The town’s greatest draw, though, is its natural, coastal grandeur. Paying a visit to Haystack Rock is a must, but nearby Ecola State Park offers a more panoramic view of the Oregon coast. Here, hikers navigate forest trails once traversed by the Lewis and Clark Expedition, passing through towering sitka spruces, douglas firs, and western hemlock and pausing at ocean overlooks to espy migrating gray whales in the distance.
Nestled among coastal pine and spruce in an open natural coastal environment awaits the Inn at Manzanita for you to discover. Just 150 feet from a seven-mile stretch of sandy ocean beach, you'll find your perfect vacation retreat. The Inn is a smoke-free establishment with both child-friendly and adult only suites. We can a
North of the inns, along Ecola Creek, the small Whale Park displays a wooden statue of a whale in commemoration of Lewis and Clark, who explored the area in 1806 and bartered with Native Americans for whale blubber. Nowadays, visitors instead gawk at the gray whales from a distance during winter and spring migrations. In December and January, it’s possible to see the gentle giants’ spouts from the beach or from the Tillamook Head lookout point known as Clark’s Point of View at Ecola State Park.The wild, windswept coast and dramatic rock formations—including the iconic Haystack Rock—once led captain Clark to praise the area as “the grandest and most pleasing prospects which my eyes ever surveyed.” Today, resident artists draw inspiration from the same vistas to paint landscapes in watercolors and pastels, viewable in various galleries and on proud grandmothers’ refrigerators throughout town.