Getting here is half the adventure, we are situated on the Southern Oregon Coast along Highway 101. There are stunning drives from every direction or if you prefer to fly, we are home to the only commercial airport on the Oregon Coast. (airport code: OTH)
Southwest Oregon Regional Airport (OTH)
We are serviced by Skywest/United Airlines from San Francisco year-round with additional seasonal flights from Denver. From Portland we are serviced through PenAir. If flying here, please feel free to contact us ahead of time to arrange pick up from the airport. Or if you prefer to drive yourself, car rentals are available at the airport through Hertz and Enterprise.
Our street address (3201 Tremont Ave) is actually part of Highway 101, the name of this road changes several times but if you’re in the near vicinity, you won’t be able to miss us.
From the South:
Head north on Highway 101 through Coos Bay, we are located on the right hand side at the border between the two cities of Coos Bay and North Bend.
From the North:
Head south on Highway 101, when you see our iconic neon Welcome to North Bend Sign you’ll know you’re close. Continue on Highway 101 and you’ll see our property on the left hand side as you’re approaching the town of Coos Bay.
From Eugene/ Portland area:
Follow I-5 south to Highway 38 (mile marker 162), Drain exit. Continue on Highway 38 (for about an hour) until the road ends in Reedsport and turn left onto Highway 101. Follow this road until you arrive, you’ll see our property on the left hand side as you drive through North Bend approaching Coos Bay.
From Medford/Ashland area:
Follow I-5 North towards Highway 99S/Winston/Highway 42W/Coos Bay (mile marker 119). Take a slight left at Maryland Ave then continue on Highway 42 (also known as 8th St/Coos Bay-Roseburg Highway). This road will eventually end onto Highway 101 North, continue on through Coos Bay, we are located on the right hand side at the border between the two cities of Coos Bay and North Bend.
There are a few things you need to know about driving in Oregon if you’re visiting us from another state:
Gas Stations – In Oregon we pump your gas for you! Sit back and relax and let the attendants take care of you; and don’t be shy about asking for your windshield to be cleaned, they’re happy to serve you. Tipping is not required as this service is part of Oregon Law.
Speed Limits – Along most of the coastal portions of Oregon, the speed limit ranges from 50 – 55 mph. Be sure to follow the posted signs and give yourself extra time, we’d hate for you to receive a speeding ticket. The coastal route is so beautiful, you won’t mind slowing down.
Hands Free – Bring your bluetooth set and keep your hands (and eyes) on the road.