This was such a wonderful place to spend the weekend- right by the river, with a fantastic fire pit, sauna, great kitchen, hanging beds with views ...
This was such a wonderful place to spend the weekend- right by the river, with a fantastic fire pit, sauna,...
Pet-Friendly Cabin in Secluded Woodlands near Coos Bay, OregonCoos Bay, Oregon (United States)
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· Kid-friendly · Pets allowed · Barbecue
This pet-friendly cabin rental near Coos Bay, Oregon, can accommodate pets of all sizes, as well as up to six glampers. This unique accommodation has a pivoting hobbit-style front door, suspended beds, and a rustic decor that guests will fall in love with.
This glamping accommodation on Glenn Creek can sleep up to six guests among its two master bedrooms and two sofa beds. There is a master bedroom with a king-size hanging bed and a king bed in the loft. The other master bedroom has a queen-size hanging bed and a double bed in the loft. In the living room, guests will find one of the sofa beds next to the wood stove. In the TV room, there is another sofa bed.
The beds in the master bedrooms are one of the most unique features of this luxury rental—they're suspended from the ceiling beams by thick rustic ropes with eight-foot skylights above them. All of the king-size beds and the queen-size bed have memory foam mattresses and down quilts.
Each master bedroom has a full bathroom with a shower. Downstairs there is a half bathroom. The hardwood floors throughout the accommodation came from 104-year-old Myrtle, maple, and Douglas fir trees that stood where this luxury rental was built. The fully equipped kitchen has labradorite granite and wood counters and comes with a refrigerator, a freezer, a stove, an oven, an exhaust hood, a coffeemaker and coffee grinder, a toaster, a microwave, and all necessary cookware and tableware. There is a dining room table with room for six, as well as seating for three more at the breakfast bar.
Other amenities include an interior wood box with firewood for the woodstove, linens and towels for all guests, parking for vehicles, RVs, boats, and trailers, a natural swimming hole that sits 100 yards upstream from the rental, a private wet or dry sauna with juniper flooring, white cedar paneling and redwood benches, and cooking utensils for all cooking and baking needs including raw sugar, honey, flour, rice, powdered sugar, spices and coffee. This glamping accommodation on Glenn Creek is surrounded by native vegetation, big trees, berry bushes, and the wonderful sound of the babbling brook. Read More
- Pool table
- Private Lounge/Living room
- King-size bed
- Running water
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
- Bunk bed
- Child's bed
- Kitchen equipment
- Hot plate
- Outdoor furniture
- Shared Kitchen
- Dining room
- Shared Barbecue
- Sauna/Steam room
- Movie library
- Dining table
- Tea kettle
- Fire pit
- BR/DVD player
- Sound system
This site has a fire pit, a picnic table, and benches for nature viewing. Guests might spot great blue herons, screech owls, the occasional bald eagle, river otters, elk, and chipmunks during their stay. There is parking for cars, RVs, boats, and trailers. Guests will have use of a washer and a dryer during their stay, and there is a wet or dry electric sauna with rocks and a view of the creek on site.Read More
Location + Surroundings
- Bus station
- Health facility
- Tourism office
- Fuel station
- Train station
- Amusement park
- Movie theater
Coos Bay is a coastal city in southwestern Oregon, often referred to as the Bay Area in conjunction with the neighboring city of North Bend. Located at the intersection where the Coos River enters the Coos Bay near the Pacific Ocean. Golden & Silver Falls State Park is a must see with hiking trails through the old growth forest to both waterfalls which are only 1 mile from the house. There are many other bodies of water in the area, too, including Upper Pony Creek Reservoir, Lake Merritt, Hall Lake, Empire Lakes, The South Slough Estuary and various streams. Coos Bay is home to the Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay Iron Works, The Egyptian Theatre, the Oregon Coast Music Festival, and the Blackberry Arts Festival, and Seven Devil's Brewery, to name but a few.
If adventurous outdoor activities are what glampers seek, head directly to the greater Coos Bay area, whose main attraction is the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. Here glampers will love exploring the National Recreation Area’s beaches, coastline, cliffs, and more. Coos Bay is also relatively close to a number of national forests, including Rogue River—Siskiyou and Umpqua National Forests, for guests who are interested in hiking through and discovering some of Oregon’s woodlands. The closest large cities to Coos Bay are Roseburg, Medford, and Eugene, and it’s only a three-hour drive from the state’s capital city, Salem. Read More
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
- Whale watching
- Water sports
- Scuba diving
- Whitewater rafting
If guests are into fishing, cycling, kayaking, or canoeing, then this glamping site in Oregon is the place to stay. The surrounding woodlands have limitless opportunities for outdoor adventures, and guests who bring their dogs can go on pleasant hikes in Golden and Silver Falls State Park, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, and even Siskiyou and Umpqua National Forest. They can also take their furry friends to swim in one of the many nearby bodies of water or in the on-site creek. After a fun-filled day in the fresh air, guests can leave their pets on site while they go for a drink in Coos Bay—dogs that aren't house trained or chew on things can stay in the cabin's garage.
- Check-in: 02:00 p.m.
- Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed additional charge
- No smoking
- No parties
- Some spaces are shared
- As long as you cancel at least 30 days before check-in, you will receive a 50% refund.
- If you cancel within 30 days of check-in, the host does not offer a refund.
- If you cancel after check-in, any refund will be at the host's discretion.
- Refund does not include Glamping Hub service fee.
There is a pet fee of $15 per pet, per night. There are no other animals on site besides wildlife, but owners should be aware that the neighbors might have pets. Other types of pets can be brought, although owners must inquire about this with the host prior to their stay.
Check-in is at 2 p.m., aIn summer, from June 1 to September 14, the daily rate is $295 per night or $1,770 per week with 1.8% tax. There is a refundable damage deposit of $300. There is an additional fee of $30 per night for stays less than three nights. During major holidays between September 15 and March 31, the nightly rate is $200. Read more