This bed and breakfast looks out onto Depoe Bay, considered the world's smallest navigable harbor. Despite its size, the bay is ideal for water recreation, including charter fishing and whale-watching tours.
The inn’s Italian-themed restaurant and lounge, open on Fridays and Saturdays, serves handmade pasta and wine amid the glow of a roaring fireplace.
All of the nautical-themed guest rooms boast views of the bay, and Captain's Quarters rooms have a wood-burning fireplace. Guests can borrow books and movies from the onsite library.
Each morning, the innkeepers serve a cooked-to-order breakfast that may include frittatas, pancakes, and eggs benedict.
Depoe Bay, Oregon: Whale Watching, Fresh Seafood, and Antique Shops
Depoe Bay rests on Oregon's coast, roughly two hours south of Portland. At just 6 acres, it's been dubbed the world's smallest harbor. Marine animals, including sea lions, porpoise, and seals, reside here, and at Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint visitors can watch albatross and pelicans dive into the tumultuous waters.
It’s easy to take in ocean views from almost anywhere in Depoe Bay; the seawall extends even to the quaint downtown area. Here, mom-and-pop restaurants serve fresh seafood and clam chowder, and boutiques sell souvenir lighthouses and other knickknacks. There are also antique shops, art galleries, and studios where you can see artists crafting handblown glass sculptures.
What You Get
Stay for two in Ensign's Quarters or Captain's Quarters with an appetizer
Option 1: $95 for 1 night, valid for check-in Sunday–Thursday (up to a $157 value)
Option 2: $199 for 2 nights, valid for check-in any day (up to a $346 value)
Policies and Fees
Book by: 11/18/13
Travel by: 11/30/13
Blackout dates: 9/21, 10/12-10/13, 11/28-11/29
Cancellation policy & fees: 7-day cancellation notice or $25 fee applies; 24-hour notice or fee up to Groupon price applies