About Ocean Haven Yachats
Nature-friendly lodging with panoramic ocean view rooms on an ocean bluff with access to a beach teeming with pelagic birds, harbor seals, tide pools, and the great Sea crashing against rocks. Ideally located halfway between Cape Perpetua in Yachats and Heceta Head Lighthouse and Florence Oregon to the South. Surrounded by the lush hiking trails in the Siuslaw National Forest.
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Services We Offer
We have 4 comfortable rooms and 1 cabin, each one with spectacular ocean views and with its own personality. All of our rooms and the cliffside cabin have kitchens, recliners, books, spectacular ocean views, and the sound of the roaring sea.
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Hours of Operation
|Sunday||8:00 AM||12:00 AM|
|Monday||8:00 AM||12:00 AM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM||12:00 AM|
|Wednesday||8:00 AM||12:00 AM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM||12:00 AM|
|Friday||8:00 AM||12:00 AM|
|Saturday||8:00 AM||12:00 AM|
Detailed Business Description
We offer comfortable nature-friendly lodging along a pristine stretch of the Oregon Coast. More than half of our guests are return visitors. Some people dream about coming back for years after they stay here. We encourage longer stays with minimum stay requirement for both summer and winter stays. See our website for details
Ocean Haven Yachats ReviewsLEAVE REVIEW FOR BUSINESS
An acquittance suggested I and my disabled mother stay at this hotel. We couldn't stay here, however. Sadly, this hotel has zero ADA compliant rooms. While I'm aware that we are living in selfish, hateful times, it's still a shame that some people think it's ok to discriminate against the disabled.
I've stayed at this hotel many times over the past 20 years. While the hotel doesn't have any TVs, phones or cell phone reception, and the internet signal is at best weak and spotty, I had always been drawn back by the hotel's quirky, "hippie" charm, and the very sweet and kind owners.
Unfortunately, this hotel now has new owners, and much of the charm seems to have departed. While the new owners are basically polite, they are very business-like and lack the charm and friendliness of the previous owners. Gone is the "No Hummers Allowed" sign that was previously displayed in front. Recent repairs look to have been done sloppily by unskilled hands. An electric robot is constantly mowing the lawn (the previous owners used a hand mower). The furniture is in need of replacement. Basic tools are missing in the kitchenettes.
To me, the most important and endearing aspects of Ocean Haven now seem to be gone. If you are looking for a basic, run of the mill roadside motel, Ocean Haven will fit that bill. For the high cost of the rooms, however, I'd recommend other local establishments.
Just returned from three nights in the Northview. Due to Covid19 we had to cancel all our travel plans this year, so it was very special to have a little get-away. I even found a spot to set up my little loom and weave!
PROS: Amazing views, super clean, everything you need for a comfortable stay. The room was the quietest I've ever stayed in - we never heard another guest or any sound from Hwy 101. We appreciated the steps taken to be eco-friendly (composting, recyling, great hair and body products in the shower), the little touches like binoculars, tons of battery operated lights in case of a power outage, walking sticks in the closet, books and local resources.
CONS: Only a couple small things...when they say the wifi is "spotty" take that seriously! We had almost no wifi and no Verizon cell except for a random moment about once a day when texts would show up on our phones. Pillows are meh. But hotel pillows are always pretty awful so that's not unusual.
Clearly the owners care and are creative souls because it's just a perfect retreat from the views, to the great decor and stone bathroom, to the well maintained stairs/trail to the beach.