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10 Most Unique Hotels in Oregon

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Oregon offers plenty to the adventurous traveler: the spectacular beauty of the Pacific Northwest, the beloved weirdness of Portland, and so much more. On your trip, be sure to head to any of these unique Oregon hotels to make the vacation even more memorable.

Heceta Head Lighthouse, Yachats, OR

A remote getaway to an isolated lighthouse is the introvert’s dream, and Heceta Head Lighthouse certainly delivers. Book your stay in a lightkeeper’s cottage turned into a delightful bed and breakfast for refreshing peace and some of the most incredible views you can imagine.

Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort, Cave Junction, OR

Oregon is a place to connect with nature, and what better way to do that than to sleep in a tree? At the Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort, you can do exactly that in absolute comfort.

Green Ridge Lookout, Sisters, OR

Fire lookout towers serve a vital purpose in the wooded mountains of Oregon. The Green Ridge Lookout served that purpose well in the Deschutes National Forest and today it has been outfitted as one of the coziest and most gorgeous places to stay.

Vintages Trailer Resort, Dayton, OR

Ever wanted to venture back to the era of Airstreams? All you need to do is book a stay at The Vintages Trailer Resort. This one-of-a-kind resort is set up with an array of retro trailers in one quaint and cozy neighborhood.

Sylvia Beach Hotel, Newport, OR

If you’re a literature lover, the Sylvia Beach Hotel is the perfect place for your next getaway. Named after the legendary publisher and bookseller Sylvia Beach, this hotel is fully book-themed, with each of the 21 rooms decorated to reflect a different author.

The Oregon Garden Resort, Silverton, OR

Strolling through a fantastically curated, maintained, and manicured garden is one of those joys everyone should experience. You can do that and more at The Oregon Garden Resort, known and named for its glorious gardens.

Abbey Road Farm Silo Suites Bed & Breakfast, Carlton, OR

Most of us wouldn’t look at a grain silo and say, “That looks comfy,” but the Silo Suites Bed and Breakfast at Abbey Road Farm proves that it can be. This incredibly charming B&B is located on a spectacular 82-acre working farm in the heart of Oregon’s wine country.

McMenamins Kennedy School, Portland, OR

Walking into a school feels like a trip down memory lane for most, but now it can be a part of your next vacation too. The McMenamins Kennedy School Hotel is a beautiful lodging within a renovated elementary school that opened its doors in 1915.

Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa, Astoria, OR

The Columbia River is a stunning part of the Oregon landscape, and during your next vacation, you can sleep on it. The Cannery Pier Hotel and Spa is an incredible hotel located 600 feet into the river on a private pier.

Camp Dakota, Scotts Mills, OR

Indulge in the memories of your summer camp days when you book a stay at Camp Dakota. While you can bring your own tent, the best way to truly experience this fun camp for all is with their more adventurous yurt rentals or teepee rentals.

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