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Little Beach Cabin - Manzanita OR
Quiet rustic cabin with 2 Bedrooms (queen beds), 1 bath, wood burning fireplace, kitchen fully equipped, deck, hot tub, wifi, and cable TV. A 4 block walk to beach or 2 blocks shopping and restaurants. Two car parking in private driveway, Washer/dryer, bedding, towels provided. Pets welcome and front yard is fully fenced. The cabin has not been updated. If you are looking for stainless steel applicances you will not find them here, but you will find a place we love. License MCA # 1351
$135 per night
Guesthouse in Nehalem
Eagle's Nest - Connect with the Soul of the Coast
300 feet above the ocean on sacred Neahkahnie Mountain, 30 feet above the ground. Built by hand with love in 1985. Look out thru giant Sitka spruce and Douglas fir, south & west to the ocean. Look up from the sleeping loft through a huge skylight to the night stars and moon. Leave urban culture behind. Retreat into a world where the rest of nature speaks loudly. Neahkahnie means "place of the spirits." All are welcome to find true peace & magic here. More info- google eaglesnestmanzanita.
$207 per night
Guesthouse in Rockaway Beach
The Strand Oceanview Studio - Dog Friendly!
This dog friendly quaint studio offers a nice view of the ocean on an expansive deck. It is the perfect spot for a romantic weekend getaway or a small family retreat. The studio is set up with a queen bed and a sleeper sofa in order to maximize comfort. If you need more space, you can book this with the oceanfront 3 bedroom house we have listed next door:
$73 per night

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A Mighty Thai16 locals recommend
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Manzanita Fresh Foods33 locals recommend
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Manzanita Grocery & Deli - The Little Apple33 locals recommend
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Spa Manzanita5 locals recommend
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El Trio Loco Dos12 locals recommend
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Cloud and Leaf Bookstore8 locals recommend

Manzanita beach vacation rentals

Cabin in Oceanside
Oceanside A-Frame (Unit A)
$225 per night
Home in Manzanita
Beachfront home with a hot tub, washer/dryer, firepit, golf nearby - two dogs OK
$324 per night
Home in Oceanside
Little Luxe Retreat
$139 per night
Home in Manzanita
$173 per night
Home in Rockaway Beach
Cozy 2 Bedroom Ocean front. Steps to beach access
$165 per night
Cottage in Manzanita
Oceanfront Cottage - North Oregon Coast
$170 per night
Rental unit in Nehalem
The Cozy Cottage-No cleaning Fee-Hot Tub-Dogs OK
$134 per night
Hotel room in Arch Cape
Arch Cape Loft, 3A - King Studio, Lofted Ceiling
$197 per night
Condo in Rockaway Beach
Oceanside Beach Condo. Your Sunsets await
$100 per night
Cottage in Manzanita
Oceanfront Cottage - North Oregon Coast
$170 per night
Home in Netarts
The Lookout
$214 per night
Guest suite in Oceanside
The Hideaway at Oceanside A-frame (unit B)
$155 per night

Your guide to Manzanita

All About Manzanita

Located on the north Oregon Coast, Manzanita epitomizes a Pacific Northwest beach town: rugged shoreline, forest hiking trails, life-affirming sunsets. The tiny village, sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the coastal headlands of Neahkahnie Mountain, is well equipped with treasured breakfast spots, casual cafes, a winery, and even a golf course. Nearby towns also offer interesting museums, such as the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum in Tillamook.

But Manzanita is most famous for its spectacular landscape, which covers seven miles of pristine beaches as well as an array of fascinating geological formations. At the northern end of the beach, you can explore Neahkahnie Mountain, a great lookout point for numerous beaches and forests. Take a closer look at Oregon’s waterways on the Tillamook County Water Trail, which is a National Recreational Trail that features 250 miles of navigable waterways along Oregon’s North Coast. The nearest entry point is at Nehalem, which is just a 10-minute drive away.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Manzanita?

With moderate weather year-round, there is no bad time to book Manzanita rentals. The summers are warm and sunny, making it the most popular season for travel. The spring and autumn offer slightly cooler weather, but the beach will be quieter, and it is still possible to enjoy many of the area’s outdoor activities, such as hiking, swimming, and birdwatching. The leaves at Nehalem Bay State Park begin to change color in the fall, creating a kaleidoscope of red, orange, and yellow. In the winter, the ocean can be rough, but it also offers some of the best swells for experienced surfers and is a great time for storm watching. Between December and April is whale migration season.

What are the top things to do in Manzanita?

Nehalem Bay State Park

This state park is a popular place for hiking, biking, and horseback riding along the 1.8-mile long Nehalem Bay Trail Loop. Along this route, you may spot wild deer, elk, coyotes, and a variety of birds. Much of the park is located on a sand spit with rolling dunes and shore pines, and it’s also a great place for kayaking and fishing.

Short Sand Beach

This secluded beach is only a seven-minute drive from the Manzanita town center. Surrounded by the Oswald West State Park and sheltered by Smuggler Cove, it has become one of the most popular beaches for surfing and boogie boarding. During the summer nights, you may even see “glowing sand” caused by bioluminescent plankton.

Neahkahnie Mountain

Neahkahnie Mountain is just north of Manzanita in the Oswald West State Park. Part of the Oregon Coast Trail, the Neahkahnie Mountain Loop leads you to a breathtaking viewpoint passing by the waterfall at Necarney Creek, as well as the cliff at Devil’s Cauldron, where you can watch the ocean churn and froth below. You may even spot a gray whale along the way.

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