A stay in one of Oregon’s many cottages, cabins, or eco-lodges is like no other for environment lovers who long to be one with Mother Nature. You can wake up in a yurt surrounded by trees in a national park or perhaps enjoy a glass of wine on the balcony of a treehouse that looks out over a beautiful lake. Each morning welcomes a new experience with these options that offer comfort and a direct connection to Oregon’s soul. In addition, the coastal towns of Oregon have a variety of accommodations, including bed and breakfasts, beachside homes, and villas, making them ideal for a seaside getaway. We have selected five one-of-a-kind lodging alternatives for your upcoming trip to Oregon that we believe best capture the state’s adventurous nature and scenery. 

Our Top 5 Picks

“BIG” Tiny House with Columbia River Views, Clatskanie

Secluded in the Clatskanie forest, this 350 sq. ft. handmade cabin is the perfect place to unwind and recharge. You will immediately feel at home at this hilltop property, which boasts a view of the Columbia River. The home includes a spacious loft-style living space with a pull-out sofa and bed. Enjoy a lovely breakfast, a daybed, new, comfortable robes, a wooden indoor and outdoor shower, and more.

Blissful Glamping – Private Forested 5-Acre Oasis, Banks

This blissful glamping spot is the perfect place to go if you’re looking for a romantic hideaway or an escape from the city. This spacious private glamping tent is on the brink of five acres of wooded land and a pond teeming with wildlife. The main house has a fully private bathroom with its own entrance. A second deck features a private fireplace adjacent to the glamping tent. Extra amenities include a kitchenette, earplugs, a soothing sound machine, eye masks, and board games. 

Leaburg Lakeside Villa, Walterville

The Leaburg Lakeside Villa is a spacious home with a lovely living area that opens onto the deck through enormous glass doors. Three generously sized bedrooms are available. Features include a tiled walk-in shower and a huge bathtub in the main bedroom’s adjoining bathroom. There is also an adjacent study with views of the deck and lake below. Right beside the study is a door to the backyard terrace, where you can relax in the hot tub. 

Enchanting Tolkienesque Stone Cottage in the Woods, Mosier

This storybook cottage is suited for a soothing holiday. Set high upon a dragonfly-filled knoll overlooking a pond, it allows you to watch the birds, deer, and wild turkeys roam from the large circular glass moon door. After a long day, relax in the outdoor wooden hot tub on the veranda. The Enchanting Tolkienesque Stone Cottage allows plenty of peace and silence while within easy reach of world-renowned biking and hiking trails, excellent dining options, wineries, and breweries. 

Arched Cabin with Sauna on the Sandy River, Sandy

Located on the Sandy River, this two-bedroom, two-bath arched cottage offers immediate river access, a view of Mount Hood, and the chance to relax in nature. Large windows in the open-concept living area frame the river views, making for a warm, welcoming space ideal for unwinding. Relax in the barrel sauna while taking in the surroundings. You will adore the Sandy River region if you love the great outdoors. There are chances to go mountain biking, hiking, fishing, and birdwatching right outside your door. 

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