Welcome to The Inn at Manzanita, your Manzanita “home away from home.” The Inn at Manzanita aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Rooms at The Inn At Manzanita Hotel offer a flat screen TV and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
If you are driving to The Inn At Manzanita Hotel, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Manzanita's popular oyster restaurants such as Big Wave Cafe, Neahkahnie Bistro, and San Dune Pub, all a short distance from Manzanita Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular state parks such as Oswald West State Park.
The Inn at Manzanita puts the best of Manzanita at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We stayed in the Beach Comber room on the lower level. The room was small but cozy. The jetted tub was nice. Didn't mind it being right next to the bed.The bathroom was very small and very outdated. The shower was almost claustrophobic. I loved the smell of the cedar. The bed was also very cozy. It was quiet while we were there, however, I am not sure I would want to be here during the busy tourist season. The two main floor rooms, (this is one of them) are not sheltered from any outside noise of the lobby, the main door and stairs to get upstairs. The DVD player TV connection was also not working. Loved the proximity to the beach and walking distance to many shops, pubs and restaurants. Would highly consider staying here again, during the quiet off season. I do agree though, that this location might be slightly overpriced.…
I've stayed here many times over the past several years, mostly in the Penthouse suite of the main building. It is a very special place, I love going back to it, and it has a wonderful energy. But it also has some issues guests should be aware of: *The main building has no noise mitigation whatsoever. If people are up early or later than you on a level above you, you will hear them. If you're in the penthouse you have some control over this variable (e.g. everyone getting up/going to bed at the same time). I would not want to be on one of the two lower-level units in that building. *The bathroom configuration for the Penthouse is very odd—you have to pass through either of two bathrooms to get to the master suite. This also creates a potential hazard in which someone could get trapped in that bedroom because of the bathroom locks on all doorknobs (I did mention this to someone at the desk, who seemed to take my concern seriously, so hopefully they will switch out the interior doorknobs for the non-locking type soon...). *There is no upstairs bathroom and the stairs between the levels seem steeper than typical. If you have family member who's at all shaky or has any balance/mobility issues, for sure rent the adjoining Woodsman for them. *For any ocean property keep in mind the difference "ocean view" and "ocean front." These are just "view." That said, these rooms feel at the ocean and have a very pleasant, relaxing ambiance. (and overall they're nicer than the places in Manzanita that have more direct views.) *It's too bad the master suite in the Penthouse has a Queen instead of a King. It would be a tight squeeze to size up, but personally I'd prefer less access getting in and out to more sleeping room. I have also stayed in either the Windrider or Whalewatcher once. They have a nifty, cozy sleeping nook, but it's really only accessible for one person. My son loved it. But the sofa bed wasn't so great for a couple. I would only recommend those rooms for: a solo traveler, a friend duo, or a parent/child combo—but if that describes you, they'd be awesome. The property has also changed management at some point over the past year, I believe. I miss the prior office staff, who recognized us a regulars. There wasn't the same warmth, e.g. they did grant us a late checkout, but it felt begrudging. My more objective complaint is that the door in between the adjoining rooms was not unlocked in advance for us. The issue was resolved, but having to deal with it upon arrival caused some distress and anxiety for our family.…
The entrance to the inn and the lobby are attractive and have been updated. The location on the main street of Manzanita is convenient to restaurants, shops, and the beach. However the Explorer Room was extremely disappointing and per the staff, none of the other rooms in the building have been updated either. Our room was inconvenient, worn, and very out of date in terms of decor. There was a small bathroom, with peeling wall paper and a tiny shelf not big enough for personal items. In the bedroom, the extensive woodwork was worn and in need of refinishing. There was a HUGE jetted tub (1970's style) located in the bedroom, not the bathroom, and it took up way too much of the room's space. The tub was located right next to bed, a very poor location. There was a small closet with four hangers and no place to put away folded clothes. The guest manager Matt was nice and helpful, but this did not make up for our disappointment. Our per night cost was $240 and for this amount we expected a much nicer room. I do not recommend this inn, because the rooms are inconvenient, worn and badly in need of renovation. Booking a room here is a poor value. …
The Inn was perfectly situated in town and less then a block from stunning Manzanita Beach. We loved the alcove Bed, Big Hot Tub, wood details and porch. The beautiful gardens and fountains are also very well manicured. We parked the car and walked to the Manzanita winery and to all the town shops. Super welcoming gentleman at reception when we arrived. Try to book early and get a higher floor. We had a great porch but missed having an ocean view.
Great location close to the beach! The room was very clean and the bed and sofa sleeper were comfortable. There was a DVD player and fire place in the room. Very cute themed room and unique layout which made the stay fun!