I would want it to be just like this one! My husband made the reservations as a birthday gift, and, boy, did he choose well! The few things people complain about in other reviews (seriously?! where have you stayed that's better than this?!), were positives for us -- you could go a whole day without seeing anyone else, the cabins were small-ish, but certainly not tiny. Lovely decor that suits the setting, very clean and comfortable. The view was spectactular! We loved the easy check-in, check-out, ordering breakfast process. We don't go to B&Bs to make new lifelong friends; so, appreciate the fact that, other than at breakfast, we rarely saw the other guests. All were out seeing the beautiful area! Our only regret is that we didn't get to meet Michelle and thank her for sharing their beautiful place. Dean is very gracious, in a quiet manner, and that was fine with us. We like the ability to use the kitchen on a limited basis -- we'd brought lunch goodies along and decided that, rather than carry them on our hike, we'd come back to the guest house and enjoy the views. We also appreciated that breakfast wasn't this huge affair, as it is at many B&Bs where you're tempted to eat WAY too much. The frittata and breakfast casserole was excellent, and we liked the ability to let them know what we'd prefer to have alongside.
Highly recommend, and we'll be back!
- Also Known As:
- Wildspring Guest Habitat Hotel Port Orford
- Wildspring Guest Habitat Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- WildSpring Guest Habitat is a small eco-friendly resort overlooking Oregon's spectacular south coast, offering luxurious accommodations in a peaceful, naturally beautiful environment: Five spa-quality cabin suites filled with art and antiques on five acres in a quiet forest. Guest Hall and lounging deck to relax and hang out, sculpture garden and open-air slate spa - all overlooking the ocean. Spa robes, massages, WiFi, walking labyrinth. Free breakfast buffet and almost 600 DVDs for free incabin movies. An Oregon Bred & Breakfast Guild member and Oregon Coast Birding Trail site. ... more less