What to do on the Oregon Coast

Clamming on the Oregon Coast photo courtesy of The Daily AstorianJerry Olsen, writing for The Daily Astorian on Oct 15, 2009, has got this whole "what to do on the Oregon Coast" thing well in hand.  Check out his article, "Enjoying the Coast from A to Z" to find out all sorts of things to see and do in Clatsop and Pacific Counties--the northernmost coastal Oregon counties.

In his cruise through the alphabet, the letter "I" stands for "Inns" and he means Oregon coast lodging in the form of a bed and breakfast.  "Bed & Breakfasts abound.  Treat yourself to a special getaway with everything from massages to romantic getaways in historic homes," he writes.

And how true it is!  There are twenty bed and breakfast in Oregon coastal locations that are members of the Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild--all the way from Coos Bay Manor in the south to the Benjamin Young Bed & Breakfast in Astoria and plenty in between!

So what are you waiting for?  Pack that clamming gear and head for some Oregon coast lodging.  Your innkeepers will be in-the-know about the best places to dig for clams, enjoy the view, or find that unforgettable dinner.  And they'll arrange a massage for you too if you ask.

To find out more, click on the button at right of people on the Oregon Coast.  Follow the link to Oregon Coast lodging and you'll have a preview of all twenty inspected and approved Oregon Bed & Breakast Guild member inns.  You'll be happy you did!

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