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.
No strangers to the art of winemaking, the Wetzel family?s roots run deep into the vineyards that surround their winery. For four generations, they have crafted award-winning wines in Germany, and for the last 35, they have called Oregon home. Chateau Bianca Winery peeks out from the Willamette Valley, where pinot noir grapes flourish across the estate vineyards. These carefully cultivated grapes eventually fill bottles with varietals such as the 2009 Chateau Bianca Estate pinot blanc, a dry, clean-finishing wine that makes a refreshing apertif.
Guests visit the tasting room to sample some of Chateau Bianca?s wines, where each day a rotating selection of six bottles are uncorked for swirling and sipping. On days when the summer sun dapples the fields and shimmers playfully off Bacchus?s lampshade hat, sippers relax on the outdoor patio to enjoy a glass or share a bottle while looking out across rows of vines.
As they enter the training circle at Curves, female guests come face-to-face with the smiles of other women. And just as points on a circle share a common distance from the circle's center, workout participants share the experiences of those nearby by trading stations throughout the 30-minute training session. One minute is spent on a piece of strength-training equipment built for feminine frames and designed to work two opposing muscle groups with a single movement. Exercisers then move on to a recovery station, where they run, jog, or dance to maintain heart rates and keep platforms in place during momentary losses of gravity.
Since 1990, Kandice Champion's expert tutelage has propelled horses into being victorious in dressage, hunt seat, and Western show rings. Champion Training Center's expansive facility accommodates participants of all ages and skill sets as they enrich their riding prowess atop trained school horses during daytime, evening, and weekend sessions led by Kandice and her squad of qualified teachers. In addition to lessons, Champion Training Center supplies devoted equestrians with horses for sale and equips riders with new and used accoutrements, including saddles, boots, and equine tiaras.
Eight bags. Two platforms. Two six-inch holes. One distinctly American game. The origins of cornhole are shrouded in mystery. Some say it derives from a German game, while others claim it is a descendant of a similar sport played by Native Americans. But one thing is certain?it's serious business. That's why the American Cornhole Organization was formed in 2005. By setting the rules, establishing annual tournaments and competitions, and firmly banning the practice of using trained birds to dunk bags, these referees have codified the sport and elevate it to a professional level.
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.