The Craftsman Bed & Breakfast
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Located in Pacific City, Oregon, The Craftsman Bed & Breakfast welcomes you to experience the beautiful Oregon Coast in style, grace and comfort. Whether for a simple escape from the chaos of the city or to celebrate a special event, we will make your stay memorable. You will want to return time and time again.
Your stay at The Craftsman Bed & Breakfast begins as you enter the front door and are taken back to a time of simple elegance. You will marvel at all the fine details of the Craftsman Era that went into the 2004 renovation of one of Pacific City's oldest homes. You will not find lace or doilies nor will you have to sacrifice today's comforts and conveniences.
Weddings, catering, special events and weekend retreats welcome.Please inquire about special rates for these events.
So Come Unwind And Enjoy All That We Have To Offer Including:
- Large common room with fireplace, game table and reading inglenook
- 6 person hot tub with retractable umbrella
- Sun deck with outdoor heater
- Covered front porch
- Outdoor fish cleaning sink
- Miele Nespresso coffee machine, the best coffee you have ever had
- Private bathrooms in all guest rooms
- Individual radiant heat in all bedrooms
- Baked goodies upon arrival and throughout the day
- Full breakfast every morning
Please let us know if you have any food allergies or special needs when making your reservation; we will do our best to accommodate you.
Built in 1921, The Craftsman B&B was renovated in 2004 – 2005 to return the character of the period and modernize the workings. Classic Arts and Crafts elements were incorporated – from the Greene & Greene inspired cloud lift detail of the railings to wainscoting typical of a Gustav Stickley house. The structural integrity of the house has been respected, while adding the style of many of the period’s most respected designers, to make this craftsman house a special place. You will open the door to the 1920’s, so park your car and unplug, because everything is within walking distance.
The Craftsman B&B is an member of the Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild and has been inspected and approved to meet their standards of quality. We are also a certified Green Lodging B&B, rated by Sustainable Travel International in partnership with OBBG. We are rated 3 leaves by i stay green.com.
The period started as a revolt of the ornate Victorian design, machine made décor and furniture. Returning to simple, clean and natural design. Celebrating the craftsmanship of hand – made furnishings and buildings, it was common for the architects not only design a house, but also design the interior and furniture. At The Craftsman B&B, you won’t find lace or doilies – and men won’t be embarrassed to tell their buddies about their stay.
Our four spacious rooms feature period-inspired design and décor with cozy queen-sized beds and down comforters, all have attached private baths and individual radiant heat. All are located upstairs with views of Cape Kiwanda, Haystack Rock, Pacific City and out to the Pacific Ocean. Awake to a full breakfast served in the Dining Room. You won’t have to worry about what to have for lunch; it will fill you up to take on the day.
The Dining Room
The Dining Room is where all the good stuff is, you know, half your stay, it's Breakfast! That's not all, here is where you can get fresh baked cookies to enjoy upon arrival.
The period inspired handcrafted dining chairs were made by Mike in the work shop. The pie-sliced veneer cherry table is from Stickley. Try our Miele Nespresso coffee machine and enjoy “the best coffee you have ever had.”
Relax and unwind in the Living Room with the fireplace and comfortable seating. Enjoy the hand painted mural of the Three Capes Scenic Loop by Jan York. Can you find all the subtly hidden items? Grab a book, we have lights for reading in the inglenook. Sit back and relax on period inspired handcrafted furniture by Stickley and by your host, Mike, right here in the workshop. Check your e-mail or surf the Internet on our secure wi-fi. A little more low tech, our guests enjoy knitting and needle work while enjoying the great hospitality.
Browse through the bookcase for volumes written about the period of the B&B and the style of your room. Check out our DVD library for a cozy movie night. Choose a bottle of wine or bubbles from our wine list that features wine from Yamhill County and the Willamette Valley. If you like, ask about our private collection with nearly 400 bottles in the cellar.
Have a picnic lunch or glass of wine on the sun deck that is protected from the Summer's ocean breeze. The sustainably harvested Ipê deck will out last you and I, it's also know as ironwood. Sit at the teak table or relax in the Craftsman deck chairs built by Mike. The railings are a Greene & Greene inspired cloud lift detail. Watch the sun set while enjoying a bottle from our cellar. An outdoor heater is there for cooler nights.
Soak in some solar energy while you check your e-mail or surf the Internet on our secure wi-fi. Down the stairs to the garden gets you to the 6-person hot tub with retractable umbrella, in case it gets to warm during the day. Clear nights make it a perfect place for star gazing.
During your stay
BREAKFAST: A delicious, fixed menu, full breakfast is served in our dining room at 9:00 a.m. unless another time has been arraigned with Mike. The espresso machine starts up at 7:00 a.m. With advance notice, a fisherman’s breakfast can be arranged for departures earlier than 7:00 a.m. Additional breakfasts are available for $10 per person.
REFRIGERATOR: In the landing, there is a fridge; it has soft drinks and water that are complimentary.Any food or beverages you have can go in there too.
BUSINESS TRAVELER AMENITIES: The house is equipped with high-speed wireless Internet access.Copier and Fax is also available upon request. We can bill lodging and breakfast separately if needed. We reduce the rate $10.00 per night for single travelers. Ask us to host a business breakfast or other meetings and events for your local clients.
Activities in Pacific City
Beach Combing – Look for agates, driftwood, shells and other odd things the ocean has washed up as you walk along our 5-mile long beach.
Storm Watching – Put on the rain gear and watch the massive waves crash into Cape Kiwanda and Haystack Rock. For less of an adventure, enjoy the storm and a pint at our local brew pub on the beach.
Kite Flying – What trip to the beach doesn’t include flying a kite? Summer breezes will always keep your kite aloft and may pull you down the beach.
Tide Pooling – Calmer seas and low tide reveals many tide pools and sea life.
Fishing – Spring and Fall run of Salmon and Steelhead in the Big Nestucca right in the middle of town. Ling Cod, Rock Fish, Tuna and Sea Bass are just some of the fish you will find in the Ocean. Charters boats and fishing guides are available throughout town.
Clamming – Grab your shovel during a minus tide and help yourself on the flats of Nestucca bay.
Crabbing – From the beach at the mouth of the Nestucca River or hire a guide and toss rings into the bay.
Whale Watching – Hike to the top of Cape Kiwanda or out on Cape Lookout to watch the migration of the Gray Whale. Calm seas will let you see them from the beach.
Marine and Mammal Animal Watching – Just sit on the beach and watch nature’s parade of marine animals swim and frolic in the surf including seals and sea lions. Watch them fish at the mouth of the Nestucca River.
Campfire – The beach is a great place for a romantic campfire.
Golf – We have two fun golf courses within a 20-minute drive, south to the quaint village of Neskowin and north to Tillamook.
Shopping – Of course we have many fine and fun shops and galleries tobrowse to your hearts content.
Casinos – Try your luck at one of the two casinos just a short drive away.
Off Road Driving – Sand Lake is near for your ATV and off road vehicles wanting a blast through the sand. More technical trails can be found at Jordan Creek, Diamond Mine and Brown’s Camp.
Paddling – Whalen Island and Nestucca Bay are perfect for paddlers of kayaks and canoes. Rentals are available on the Nestucca river in town.
Bicycling or Driving – The Three Capes Scenic Route is a great way to experience the coast and South Tillamook County.
Horseback Riding – Riding on the beach and dunes at Bob Straub State Park.
Para sailing and Hang Gliding – Bring your gear or reserve a tour and jump off Cape Kiwanda.Star Gazing – View the night sky from the hot tub or a stroll on the beach.
Get Married – The beach is perfect for a Summer wedding. Mike is a minister with Universal Life Church and Dudeism.
Massage – Please ask for us to arrange a massage for you.
Ladder Golf – Also known as Bola Golf and Sling Ball. Play a game in the back yard with a glass of wine or beer. Get instructions to make your own below.