I agree with just about everything the other reviewers said. We didn't meet Michelle, either, but we didn't need to, really. I found this place by accident while in the truck on the way to Port Orford and called. Michelle gave us excellent advice on which route (the SAFE one!) to take. It was dark when we arrived, but everything was exactly where Michelle said it would be in the mailbox at the kiosk. As it turned out, we were the only people there for our 2 night stay. It didn't matter, though. We marked our breakfast preferences and everything was truly excellent. I had the entire guest house to myself while my husband went bike riding. It rained most of the time we were there there but it didn't matter - the forest was so very quiet except for the rain. We saw a doe and her baby right by the truck. Because the facilites are eco friendly, Dean asked that we call him about 2 hours before wanting to use the spa so he could could get it heated up for my husband. My one suggestion would be to let people know it's not very accessible for the handicapped or anyone with walking problems. The paths are natural / woodchip lined. The hill to the guest house is no place for anyone with a walking problem. (wheelchair, crutches, bad knees, etc) Dean allowed us to drive up there but it has a very small area for turning around or backing up. There are no lights lining the paths to the cabins from the parking area but a flashlight is provided when you pick up the keys at the kiosk. They also provided umbrellas at the kiosk and at the cabin. Our cabin was clean and the shower was wonderful! (they set the room temp and ask that you don't change it by much. It was set too warm for us so had the bedroom window open a bit) I won't set a value rating because everyone has different ideas about what that is.
- 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 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. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Wildspring Guest Habitat Hotel Port Orford