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92978 Cemetery Loop Rd, Port Orford, OR 97465-9562
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
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#1 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in Port Orford
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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 lovely cabin suites filled with art and antiques on five acres in a private residential forest of 100-ft trees. 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 over 600 DVDs for free incabin movies. EV Charging station free for guests. An Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild member and Oregon Coast Birding Trail site.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot tub
Free breakfast
Board games / puzzles
Adults only
Non-smoking hotel
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Diana L wrote a review Sep 18
Hartwood, Virginia9 contributions
What a hidden gem, our cabin was beautiful and very clean. Check in is very easy; the grounds are so peaceful and beautiful. Very close to restaurants; we ate at Redfish and loved it! The only complaint I have is the mask issue. On the check-in directions, one side said to wear a mask in common areas; the other side said no need to wear mask if vaccinated. When my husband and I were checking out the breakfast area the evening we checked in, we ran into the owner and he informed us we needed to be masked. We were fine wearing masks but if this is the policy the directions should be clear. It was a bit uncomfortable after that. The next morning we wore our masks and things were better. Breakfast is continental; they had a big variety and plenty to choose from. The fresh bagels and croissants were great! The shower was amazing, lots of hot water and room to enjoy. I only wish we had booked another night!
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from Michelle Duarte, Owner at WildSpring Guest Habitat
Responded 2 days ago
Thank you for all the lovely thoughts. And we understand how disconcerting it could be to be surprised by a request to wear a mask...which is why we have a sign at the entrance to the Guest Hall (our one common area for all guests) that masks are required except while eating (this is at our Governor's directive), as well as in the confirmation emails we sent and on a special Covid-precaution sheet we put on top of our Registration Packet you received upon arrival. We are doing everything we can to ensure the safety of our guests and staff...and of course, following the directives we are currently required to observe. I will also pass your comments on to RedFish. We hope you return....and that life will have restored itself and masks are no longer a part of our daily lives.
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seven7oaks wrote a review Sep 18
Oregon, USA39 contributions17 helpful votes
This part of the Oregon coast is magnificent and very much worth visiting. Accommodations (other than standard motels) are uncommon. This place has 5 cabins set in the woods. There is privacy and quiet. Being in the woods, it is also quite dark. My conflict really is about the vision here. It feels to me (an Oregonian) like the place belongs in California. Or Sedona. It has that insistently, self-conscious "healing" vibe. The cabins are stuffed with vintage/ antique finds, which is charming. But also feels claustrophobic (especially because of how dark it is). The breakfast "buffet" does not feel lovingly chosen (nor did it vary at all from day to day). Oddly, it includes a local jam but store-bought bread/ bagels and flavored, high-sugar little yogurts. None of this comes cheap. Yet the settling is glorious. Thus the conflict.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Response from Michelle Duarte, Owner at WildSpring Guest Habitat
Responded 2 days ago
Hi, yes, we understand that nestling within our lovely second-growth forest of 100-ft trees, it can be a bit dark. This is why we have all sorts of lighting in the cabins, and most are on rheostats that can be dimmed or brightened to taste. I'm afraid I don't know how to respond to the thought that WildSpring belongs in California or Sedona because of its "healing" vibe. Maybe "thanks"? As far as the breakfast, we had to give up on our full hot breakfast buffet because of the new County Health requirements due to Covid....which essentially took out buffets everywhere. So we put out a wide variety of cereals, breads, dairy, fruits, beverages, etc, as well as added a daily ToGo Treat Bag to try to make up for it. We make our own granola, grind the coffee fresh each morning. The jam we serve is actually Sarabeth, which we have shipped in from New York, considered by many the gold standard of commercial jams. We also serve Yoplait yogurt because we like the bright fruit flavors...as well as plain yogurt and cottage cheese of course, and all sorts of beverages - all of which is available 24/7...including popcorn, dark chocolate kisses and little Italian tropical fruit candies. I hope you had a chance to enjoy our 1000-gallon, open-air slate jetted hot tub overlooking the ocean...we're particular proud of that and is our homage to Esalen in Big Sur. We do love the wildness and underdevelopment in the south Oregon coast and tried to create a place that would offer comfortable luxury in a naturally beautiful environment. If a guest finds this a healing spot within our fast-paced busy lives....great.
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Mary V wrote a review Sep 14
McKinleyville, California757 contributions292 helpful votes
I wish we could have stayed much longer because we were just getting into the delicious feeling of being genuinely relaxed when it was time to go. The grounds are gorgeous and well-maintained, the cabins are well-equipped and comfortable, and the guest hall provides every amenity you can think of for eating or passing the time. The view off the deck of the guest hall is of the ocean, but you're surrounded by curious chipmunks, chirping birds, and flitting butterflies, creating a real connection with nature. They are very well set up and organized to keep things safe during the pandemic and my friend and I look forward very much to staying there again. The owners are lovely people and helped us to feel right at home the moment we arrived. Highly recommend.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Room Tip: All of the cabins are nicely situated to provide space to the others.
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Dave P wrote a review Jul 2021
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Beautiful, quiet, relaxing, easy checkin, great breakfast. The rooms are very comfortable, decorated by owners, not like a corporate hotel. Jacuzzi is great, in floor heat, wonderful robes, guest house with full kitchen for all to use. Lots of privacy. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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jef w wrote a review May 2021
Seattle, Washington3 contributions
Relaxing, quiet, and mellow. Especially during covid, this place is a perfect retreat. It often feels like you are completely alone in your own perfect little cabin, complete with amazing details and your own private hot tub.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about WildSpring Guest Habitat
Which popular attractions are close to WildSpring Guest Habitat?
Nearby attractions include Humbug Mountain State Park (0.6 miles), South Coast Gourmet (0.6 miles), and Hawthorne Gallery (0.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at WildSpring Guest Habitat?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a spa.
What food & drink options are available at WildSpring Guest Habitat?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at WildSpring Guest Habitat?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to WildSpring Guest Habitat?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Crazy Norwegian's Fish & Chips, Redfish, and Griff's On The Dock.
Is WildSpring Guest Habitat located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the center of Port Orford.
Are there any historical sites close to WildSpring Guest Habitat?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Hughes Historic House (6.9 miles).