My wife and I stayed 2 nights at WildSpring on the last leg of a coastal road trip. Our plan was to use this as a base for a little exploration of Port Orford and the environs. We came into town just as a big wind and rain storm hit. Our beautifully appointed cabin (loved the shower) was a welcome sanctuary from the violent weather. The sound of the wind in the trees was incredible! The great guest hall offered terrific views of the stormy sea. The grounds are spectacular. The weather didn't allow for us to wander around too much, but we loved the different trails with their alcoves, seating areas, and sculptures. The fall rains had brought up mushrooms everywhere. We'd love to visit when the native iris are in bloom.
The breakfasts were generous and tasty. We enjoyed meeting the other guests in the morning. The guest hall is a great space to just sit and watch the ocean. The weather didn't really permit us to sit on the outside decks...we can only imagine how sweet that would be.
Dean and Michelle have done a great job in pursuing their dream and we are thankful that they share this with us. Two days was not long enough and we look forward to our next stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- WildSpring Guest Habitat is a small eco-friendly resort overlooking Oregon's spectacular south coast, offering luxurious accommodations in a peaceful, naturally beautiful environment: Five lovely cabin suites filled with art and antiques on five acres in a private residential forest of 100-ft trees. Guest Hall and lounging deck to relax and hang out, sculpture garden and open-air slate spa - all overlooking the ocean. Spa robes, massages, WiFi, walking labyrinth. Free breakfast buffet and over 600 DVDs for free incabin movies. EV Charging station free for guests. An Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild member and Oregon Coast Birding Trail site. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Wildspring Guest Habitat Hotel Port Orford