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Explore the Hug Point Sea Caves This Fall

September 13th, 2016 by Innkeeper

Hug Point Recreation Area on the Oregon CoastThough the final few days of summer are here and fall is descending rapidly upon the Oregon Coast, there are still plenty of wonderful days left for a little time at the beach.  In fact, there’s never a bad time of year for a trip to the Oregon Coast.  Even the rainiest and stormiest of days have a special quality to them that can’t be explained until you experience it.  The Arch Cape Inn & Retreat is the perfect cozy seaside escape near Cannon Beach this fall.  Just 1/2 mile away from our Inn, you’ll find access to the wondrous sea caves and the secluded, expansive beach at Hug Point.  It’s a retreat so special you’ll feel like you have it all to yourself.  Book your stay at our Oregon Bed and Breakfast today, and enjoy what marks the beginning of the coast’s quiet season.  Read the rest of this entry »

Seasonal 20% Discounts and Fun Things To Do in Cannon Beach!

September 6th, 2016 by Innkeeper

Labor Day is upon us and Fall will soon be here.

September and October are the best kept secrets on the Oregon Coast……the crowds are gone, a quietness settles and the weather smells like warm honey.

Come stay with us and enjoy this special time of year.

In appreciation for our returning guests, enter the PROMO CODE: Sep-Oct when making your reservation directly on our site for best online pricing.

Save 20% on any reservation between September 1-October 31.

And, while staying with us…here are some activities and events to enhance your visit to the Arch Cape Inn.Cannon Beach, Oregon

Hike Of The Month-Hug Point

Located ½ mile from our front door, this classic beach remains everyone’s favorite time after time. Reachable just before low tide, with a return time to coincide before the tide comes back in, these stunning caves, tide pools and waterfalls are like no other romantic spot on the West Coast…..a great place to propose (hint, hint).

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What Makes the Oregon Coast Such a Special Place?

July 25th, 2016 by Innkeeper

Sunset Oregon Coast, Cannon BeachWhat is it that makes the Oregon Coast such a special place? Certainly, part of what is so special about the Cannon Beach area are the dramatic rock formations and stunning vistas up and down the Coastline.  There are places, like Cannon Beach’s iconic Haystack Rock and the Tillamook Head that are forever etched in our hearts and minds.  Combined, that’s enough to earn Cannon Beach a place on the National Geographic’s 2013 list of “The World’s 100 Most Beautiful Places.”  We may not be able to pick one single outstanding reason why the Oregon Coast is such a special place, but we can certainly start to etch out the beginnings to what will surely be an extraordinary vacation.  Book your room at our beach side retreat, and decide for yourself what it is that is so special about summertime on the Oregon Coast.

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An Oregon Coast Getaway

May 20th, 2016 by Innkeeper

Cannon Beach Oregon CoastFrom the stunningly beautiful Haystack Rock to the dramatic caves and waterfalls at Hug Point, Cannon Beach is an inspiring place to explore throughout the year. Summer at the beach holds a special place in the hearts of many.  The Oregon Coast has long been popular destinations for summer travelers looking to getaway from the hectic frenzy of modern day life. The Arch Cape Inn, just south of the Cannon Beach area, is a true summer retreat perfect for those looking for a romantic few days by the sea.  Book your summer getaway with us today, and see for yourself the unparalleled beauty of the Oregon Coast this summer. Read the rest of this entry »

Hide and Go Kiss At Hug Point

May 17th, 2016 by Innkeeper

Hug and Go Kiss at Hug Point

Hug PointAptly named… Hug Point, located mere yards from the Arch Cape Inn, really IS one of the best places to kiss on the North Oregon Coast.

At low tide, walk around the point to discover stunning caves, waterfalls and tide pools.

Slip in to one of the caves… and steal a kiss.

While the “Hug” part of the name may lead one to associate with “Kiss”, in reality, the name for this Oregon State Park derives from a couple of other interesting possibilities, still subject to interpretation.  The main theory is that a road was carved into the cliff, much of which still exists today. This early road, along with grab holes, allowed early travelers to ‘hug the point’, as they made their way down the coast to Arch Cape.

For an interesting historical summary with great images, click here.

Featured as our Hike of the Week, Oregon Hikers tells us more about this remarkable area. Click here to learn more.

Stay With Us

Hug PointCome stay at the Inn and after breakfast, we will help you check the tides so that you can experience this very special place, practically right out of our drive.

Come back after your hike and sit by the fire with food, wine and friends.

Best Places to Kiss!

January 28th, 2013 by archcapeinn

hug-point-best-places-to-kissDo you have a birthday coming up? Maybe an anniversary? Whatever your cause for celebration, our Inn on the Oregon Coast is an incredibly romantic location.

If you’ve been planning to propose to your loved one, we would like to give you some location suggestions where she (or he!) just won’t be able to say no.

Hug Point: Just south of Cannon Beach, this little wayside gives you easy access to the beach. North of the parking area you can still walk along the original trail carved into the point by stagecoaches. The wayside was named after the stargecoach route because it hugs the point. Looking further north, Haystack Rock, one of the most identifiable landmarks along the coastline, is easily visible.

Ecola State Park: As you leave the parking area, you’re traveling under the shade of the towering spruce trees until you suddenly emerge upon a breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean. Be sure to have your ring ready! The stunning view will make the moment all the more magical.

The Top of the Astoria Column: The Astoria Column, which is over 80 years old, is a beloved landmark of the Pacific Northwest Coast. It is located in a wooded area, 600 feet above sea level on Coxcomb Hill in the town of Astoria (about 30 miles north of our inn). This also happens to be Oregon’s highest point, which makes the view astonishing. Majestic views of the countryside around Astoria, the great Pacific Ocean to the west and the Columbia River to the north are visible. Snow-capped volcanoes of the Cascade Range rise to the east and Saddle Mountain pierces the sky on the southern horizon.

While high above the ground, sweep your lover off her feet for Valentine’s day! Then, reward yourself for making it to the top of the Column with a delicious Northwest dinner.

 

Tidepools

Arch Cape Inn and Retreat is in the process of changing its mission statement and daily living activities in order to become eligible for green certification. A particular emphasis for us focuses on protecting and preserving the water quality of our local area.
In an effort to keep our water clean, water that surrounds us everywhere, we are making  changes in our habits. One such change that is easy to do is to use ordinary vinegar in a spray bottle as a surface cleaning agent.
Click here for more information on water, climate and community on the North Oregon Coast.

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Land Conserve

As a part of a retreat event, portions of the proceeds will be donated to the North Coast Land Conservancy. This commitment makes your travel dollar worth much more.


For an understanding of Sustainable Tourism concepts as you plan your travel, click on the Frog below for more reading.

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