7 miles west of Tillamook along the bay, past the lake is Cape Mears.
The Crow's Nest is a 900 square foot with vaulted living room and kitchen with views of the ocean and the lake. 2 bedroom 1 bath. The kitchen has everything you need to create a great meal and a set of china to serve it on.
The beach and lake are just a short walk away and you will be minutes away from the Cape Mears Light House. There is hiking and biking trials, fishing and many more activities for the whole week. There is sufficient parking for two vehicles or a boat.
The nightly rate is $110 and requires one night advanced payment to reserve rental. Some pets allowed.
Contact Spike at (503)842-7438 or e-mail her at email@example.com
5925 8th St NW & Bayocean Rd W, Tillamook, OR 97141
Fully stocked kitchen including seasonings, cooking oil and coffee maker. Board games, cards, TV, VCR, DVD and stereo. Rain jackets and books just in case. Soap, shampoo and conditioner. And a canoe for your use in rivers or lake.
Dear Spike & Randy,
"This place is lovely! From the moment we pulled up...The scenic drive, the warm welcome & all the beautiful living things placed tastefully around the house we had a wonderful time! And will undoubtedly be back soon. :) We found everything we were looking for here. Miles of peaceful coast & a cozy place to rest after we couldn't walk anymore."
Best Wishes, Sara and Art
Randy & Spike,
"This place is a little piece of Heaven. What a treasure. We have enjoyed our stay immensely. Our weather was wonderful too! Thank you for sharing it with us.
Dorothy & Joe
Aug 20-22 '03
Randy & Spike,
"We had a wonderful time again. Checked out the Light House. Biked the Dike - A very enjoyable time. Joe & Matt took the drift boat over to the lake. We played lots of games with the kids. Thanks again for sharing this awesome place with us."
Mike & Susan
"We really enjoyed our stay here! The backyard and greenhouse are amazing. Thank you for such an enjoyable trip."
Eric & Crystal & Kids :)
"The sunset enveloped us on the beach in it's glow. Moose (not elk!) - a whole herd - came to the lake to drink and we paddled right into Monet's water-lilly's."