We have 2 vacation rentals located on our 40 acres of secluded waterfront property comfortably designed for the quiet nature loving traveler. The Cozy Cattail can serve as your base camp for exploring the central Oregon Coast. Be sure to schedule time sit back and relax surrounded by nature in the comfort of the CozyCattail Cabin
The Cabin features pine paneling throughout, a high open ceiling in the living room and furnishings and a woodsy wildlife décor from the Myrtlewood Gallery to give it a true Northwest feel.
The Cozy Cattail Cabin is most comfortable for 2-3 persons (but does sleep 4) and is the most secluded as it is nestled behind the trees.
There are 2 bedrooms: A Beautiful Myrtlewood queen bed with a memory foam mattress in the upstairs spacious loft bedroom and a comfortable double size bed in the tiny bdrm downstairs right next to the bathroom.
Comforters, blankets, pillows, and clean sheets are supplied
The bathroom has with a refreshing shower, hairdryer, clean towels, shampoo, conditioner, ....
The cute compact kitchen features a small Stove/Oven, Microwave, Refrigerator, Coffee Maker, Toaster, Pots, Pans, Dishes, and Utensils. Just bring the groceries.
The Wood Stove has firewood and kindling to set a cozy atmosphere and efficiently heat the house when needed. The woodstove is the main source of heat and it quickly heats the whole house.
A space heater is available but is tucked away for those rare freezing days.
Ceiling Fan in the living room
A Portable Fan can be provided for that rare day over 80 degrees
There is a Blu-ray DVD player with tv and a selection of movies,
It has a beautiful Myrtlewood floor on the main level and new carpet in the loft bedroom.
The cabin has washer & dryer and a charcoal grill out the back porch and a picnic table in the woods.
A canoe and life vests are available as well as a small fishing pole and a crab pot.
We are tucked into a little valley where Intermittent cell phone reception is only sometimes available at the chairs by the dock.
Free Wifi available in town at The Myrtlewood Gallery.
If you are bringing a trailer, be aware that we do have a 10ft wide bridge with tight corners. Larger trailers are not recommended as you may have some difficulty with the inside corner. Alternatively some guests prefer to moor their boats at Salmon Harbor Marina. It's more convenient than towing and launching your boat each day.
If there is anything else you might need, let us know. We just live at the end of the road.+ More