October 25th, 2016 by Innkeeper
The crisp, cool months of Fall have arrived on the Oregon Coast. We say goodbye to what was another busy and wonderful summer in the charming resort town of Cannon Beach, and again welcome the quieter season to the Coast.
This Fall, come stay at our luxurious retreat just south of Cannon Beach, and revel in the quiet, restful atmosphere, punctuated only by the sounds of crashing waves and birds soaring overhead.
These beautiful months bring us migrating birds, who move along the Pacific Flyway in search of the mild climates of the coast’s estuaries and woodlands.
Come stay with us…..and let us do all the work for you.
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October 12th, 2016 by Innkeeper
The quiet season is back in Cannon Beach, Oregon. Though we love the hustle and bustle of summers on the coast, with families and adventurers stopping in to explore the stunning reaches of the Oregon Coast, there’s something magical about the quiet season. It’s now when you get to really experience the dramatic coastal beauty of the Cannon Beach area, where nature takes center stage and the worries of everyday life slip away with each crashing wave. Our stunning Bed and Breakfast, located on the Oregon Coast just minutes south of Cannon Beach, is like no other. Book your stay at our luxurious boutique hotel, and experience an escape like no other. Read the rest of this entry »
October 4th, 2016 by Innkeeper
Our Coastal Autumn, arriving imperceptibly and gently on the heels of Summer, is one of the most breath-taking times of the year here at the Arch Cape Inn and Retreat. The Vine Maples, turning crimson in the warm slanted light, peek out from the edges of the forests…….leading the way through the woods as we explore and hunt for mushrooms.
A hike into the woods to identify mushrooms, anywhere near the Inn, along trails that take you deep into the forest, will result in a day of magical adventure for you and your companion. If you’re new to mushroom hunting on the Oregon Coast, you’ll want to read up about the different coastal mushroom varieties. Here is one example of a nifty Beginner’s Guide to mushroom foraging, in case you have never thought of going into the woods to identify mushrooms. And, remember…if contemplating eating a mushroom…..as they say, there are only two types of Mushroom Hunters….Old Ones and Bold Ones…..So “Know Before You Go”! Read the rest of this entry »
September 27th, 2016 by Innkeeper
The crisp, cool months of fall have arrived on the Oregon Coast. We say goodbye to what was another busy and wonderful summer in the charming resort town of Cannon Beach, and again welcome the quieter season to the coast. This fall, come stay at our luxurious retreat just south of Cannon Beach, and revel in the quiet, restful atmosphere, punctuated only by the sounds of crashing waves and birds soaring overhead. These beautiful fall months bring us migrating birds, who move along the Pacific Flyway in search of the mild climates of the coast’s estuaries and woodlands. Book your fall getaway with us today, and discover the restful nature of birdwatching this fall in Cannon Beach. Read the rest of this entry »
September 20th, 2016 by Innkeeper
This time of year, the last of Summer’s beautiful weather begins to turn toward Fall. As Summer winds down, the Elk….aka The Elusive Wapati…. begin to descend from the Coast Range in search of food. We are the lucky beneficiaries of this annual migration, where Elk can be seen in our yard, along the roads and down the many trails that surround the Inn.
In that the Arch Cape Inn nestles along the Oregon Coast Trail, we often recommend that our guests take advantage of of both of these unique opportunities…to hike along the OCT and to likely see the Elk. Enjoy an especially stunning, but difficult hike from Arch Cape to Short Sands. This hike can be modified for all interest levels and abilities. Read the rest of this entry »
September 13th, 2016 by Innkeeper
Though 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 »
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.
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August 30th, 2016 by Innkeeper
Labor Day is coming up quickly, which means summer is coming to a rapid close here on Cannon Beach. Fortunately, there is still plenty of time left to come to the Oregon Coast, and to discover the dramatic rock formations and stunning vistas up and down the Coastline. Let places like Cannon Beach’s iconic Haystack Rock and the Tillamook Head captivate your hearts and minds, and spend a few perfect days with us at the Arch Cape Inn & Retreat. 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. If it’s possible to get even better, we are a pet friendly lodging property, allowing for you to enjoy the splendor of the Oregon Coast with your best friend. Book your final summer getaway with us today! Read the rest of this entry »
August 16th, 2016 by Innkeeper
Last Chance to Wear Red Sunglasses at the Arch Cape Inn
We could tell you all about why you should come to the beach and stay with us at the Arch Cape Inn during the last 3 weeks of August before August ends……before everyone has to go back to school and to work.
But, we won’t.
There are no words to describe this precious, fleeting time of the year on the Oregon Coast. And, on our own secluded beach….300 yards from our front door.
Your front door……your beach.
Come stay with us…….Put on your Red Sunglasses and find out for yourself!
P.S. Be sure to bring a Best Friend……only 3 weeks left……until Labor Day.
August 9th, 2016 by Innkeeper
A few summer days spent in Cannon Beach is the quintessential Oregon Coast experience. Time here means long days of walking along sandy beaches, exploring tide pools at Haystack Rock, meandering along the myriad of hiking trails, and enjoying the small town charm of Cannon Beach itself. When it’s time to eat and refuel for another day of discovery, Cannon Beach restaurants definitely will not disappoint. Summer is coming to a close soon, so don’t miss your chance to stay with us at the beautiful Arch Cape Bed and Breakfast, located just south of Cannon Beach. Our luxurious boutique hotel offers the best lodging experience on the entire Oregon Coast. Book your room with us today! Read the rest of this entry »
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.
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.