This was a magical experience. Took my mom for a trip to celebrate her bday. She LOVES lighthouses and all things antique. This place was “a dream come true” to my mom. We both loved the B & B in every way. Check in/out was a breeze. The daily 7-course breakfast was incredible (and different each day!). The bedrooms were so comfy and the common areas (sitting room, etc.) were very inviting. *TIP: If available- request 1 of the 2 rooms with ocean views. Unreal! 🤩. Caution tho: for older or disabled, all sleeping quarters are on 2nd floor. No elevators. Climbing the stairs 2-3 times per day was a slight issue for mom, but aside from that, our visit was absolutely perfect! Thx to the staff for their professionalism & friendliness! Would love to return again some day…
Our second visit and it was even more enchanting than before. Don't plan on eating lunch after you have the 7 course breakfast! Delicious and intriguing courses that delight the palate. The lanterns on each room are very helpful for a night time walk up to the lighthouse.
This was the last stop for our mother/daughter Oregon road trip. My daughter was responsible for the coastal portion of our trip, so she was the one who found this wonderful bed and breakfast. This was the most expensive bnb that we stayed at, but I am so glad we did. I always love staying in places that have some history to them. We stayed in the Lightkeeper's room, which has a full view of the lighthouse. It is a small room, but the view was great and the bed was so comfy. The private bathroom is across the hall, but that wasn't a big deal. My daughter thoroughly enjoyed soaking in the claw-foot tub while looking out at the lighthouse lighting up the night sky. The cheese and wine out on the porch was a great way to start our visit off. Having a kitchen to heat up food that we brought along was an added benefit as we didn't really want to drive back into town for dinner. I loved that they had fire logs available to make a fire if you wanted to. My daughter and I enjoyed our dinner next the fire. We also took the inn keepers advice and did the night hike up to the lighthouse. It was a great experience and I suggest you do that during your stay. If you are around during low tide, definitely make sure you go down to the beach and check out the tide pools. The breakfast si served family style, which was fun because we got to chat with some of the other people staying there. It was delicious! I would highly recommend a stay here.…
We had a wonderful stay at the Light house keeper's house! We stayed in the Queen Ann room and slept soundly, despite tales that a ghost might be about at night. We stayed two nights and enjoyed hiking the Hobbit Trail behind the light house and relaxing in front of the fire while reading and talking. The rooms are filled with wonderful historical photographs and we enjoyed the informational binders and the history talk. The breakfast was outstanding, and I think just right in the amount of food for 7 courses. Each course is a mini plate, so you can eat and not feel too guilty if you can't leave one delicious bite behind. We'll definitely be back, and we may even look into renting out the whole house for a big family stay!
We’ve stayed at the lighthouse two times now. First time was July 2018. A great visit with nice hikes and a beautiful coastline to enjoy. The Breakfast was great and chatting with other guests was a treat. We just came back February 2022. Even during these Covid times we chatted with people at the breakfast (spaced accordingly) and had a beautiful breakfast. Soaking in the beautiful scenery is always a treat.
What an incredibly unique and beautiful experience! The staff are all very warm, hospitable, and accommodating. The converted lightkeeper’s house is absolutely charming and the views have to rival the English coast. With the lighthouse cresting a thickly wooded cliff and the rich history and storybook setting of the bed and breakfast, this is a must see for Oregon coast travelers! I highly recommend this stay.
My partner and I went here to celebrate his 40th birthday and it was amazing. Wished we could have stayed longer. The historic home is beautiful and there is so much to learn. Taking the path to the lighthouse at night to stand under the beams is a must. Donnie was an amazing host and the 7 course breakfast exceeded our expectations. The view of the water from the porch is so dreamy. We could even see and hear the sea lions out for their morning swim. Highly highly recommend!
Heceta Head Lighthouse B & B has everything for a wonderful experience. Spectacular beauty, exceptional staff and service, beautifully restored, and historic building. The Keeper’s house is charming, comfortable and impeccably cared for. It’s a perfect place to relax, go for a walk, a hike or drive to the nearby towns of Yachats or Florence. We especially loved walking to the lighthouse, having a glass of wine on the porch with a lap blanket to watch the sunset and the cormorants flying and roosting in the trees by the shore, a cozy fire in the parlor at night, the fluffy down comforter on the bed, and a delicious 7 course breakfast in the morning. How often do you get to sit on a porch and see a lighthouse illuminate the hills? A magical place indeed!
I visited here 23 years ago as a kid with my parents. It’s so beautiful, I was excited to experience it again with my husband last month. There’s nothing better than hiking (actually an easy quick walk) to the lighthouse late at night with only a flashlight, unless it’s falling asleep in a comfortable bed to the sound of the waves.
This place is a gem. Historically superb, absolutely and stunningly beautiful. The staff and the accommodations never disappoint. And the food!! 7 course breakfast; beautiful, nutritious and filling. Kudos to the staff. Thank you all for a wonderful stay!!