From $139 – $395 per night
Studio 552sq. ft.
Check In: Anytime after 4PM
Laptop friendly workspace
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Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in is anytime after 4PM
About The Landing at Nye Beach
The Village location gives you the option to leave your car in its reserved parking space and spend the rest of your trip on foot, exploring the beaches, pubs, restaurants, art venues, parks and shops of Newport, or to use it as a central point for exploring the gorgeous Oregon Coast.
This beautiful space is 632 square feet, more than double the size of the average hotel room, and comfortably accommodates three adults or two adults and two small children.
The stylish brick and picket fence streetscape entrance leads to a large, open-concept living space.
The lounge area has a burnt-cedar accent wall, large gas fireplace, 55″ HDTV, and a comfortable couch that converts to a full bed, a matching comfy chair, and a rustic coffee table with added storage for games and cards.
The full kitchen features an aged brick veneer wall, custom stainless steel and John Boos butcher block counters, new appliances, and a portable stainless steel island with stainless steel bar stools.
A hand-crafted, pub-height rustic dining table is a good dining, gaming or hangout option. The custom ship’s wheel/rope lamp dining fixture is a focal point, while the pub bench and stainless steel bar stools accommodate six comfortably for games or dining.
A wall of windows offers views of the Nye Beach neighborhood, Performing Arts Center, and ocean peeks. Cafe blinds and blackout blinds are provided for your privacy and comfort.
The large bathroom features a handmade Talavera sink and an ensuite closet with ample storage.
For larger groups, this property can be combined with the adjacent Captain’s Quarters (VRBO #108429900) to sleep up to 10 comfortably.
Want to live like a Nye Beach local during your stay?
In the morning, take a stroll on the beach, followed by an espresso and brioche at one of the excellent bakeries or cafes in Nye Beach. Wander through the boutiques and art galleries to find that special something to commemorate your visit, or visit one of the many excellent vintage book stores and browse through their stacks.
In the afternoon, you can rent a bike and explore, do some wine tasting at the comprehensive and reasonable wine shop the next block down, or visit the Sylvia Beach hotel mid-day to tour their themed author’s rooms (our favorite – the Jules Verne Room.)
In the evening, walk across the street to the Newport Performing Arts Center, the premier arts venue on the Oregon Coast, to catch a performance of jazz, Mozart, dance, drama or the Newport Symphony, as well as talks by visiting lecturers. After the show, head over to the latest Newport brewery the next block down for some local brews and wood-fired pizza.
Rainy day? No problem. Cozy up on the comfy couch, crank up the big gas fireplace, and enjoy some Amazon Prime and great takeout from the fantastic Italian restaurant just down the street.
If you are traveling with children, Coast Park, with a pirate ship and enclosed two-story slide, is right across the street, and Don Davis Park, with a dinosaur skeleton sculpture, gentle paved beach access, and picnic areas, is the next block down.
Experience authentic neighborhood Nye Beach living, right out your front door, in this amazing beach retreat.
What our guests are saying
Looking forward to staying here again in the future. BTW went crabbing on Sunday morning and caught a cooler full of crab in 2 hours … what a great weekend !!”
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