The Depoe Bay Inn (formerly Harbor Lights Inn). 13 lovely rooms overlook what is known as the “world’s smallest navigable harbor” in quaint Depoe Bay, where balconies allow you to savor the calming view. A jetted tub, exquisite surroundings, full breakfast in the morning and even rooms that come with binoculars round out some of the highlights of this coastal secret. Units at The Depoe Bay Inn (formerly Harbor Lights Inn) also come with wi-fi, VCR/DVD players, an iron, hair dryer, ceiling fan and fireplaces. The building is handicap accessible, and some tubs are ADA accessible. Pleasant extras include an umbrella, plenty of movies in the lobby, a choice of king or queen beds, plus tables, chairs and a desk. The patios/balconies come with chairs and small tables to enhance your watching of the boats make their way through the bay. A new feature is the event or group facilities, for reunions or meetings with a touch of coastal class. 235 S.E. Bay View Ave. Depoe Bay, Oregon. 800-228-0448. www.theharborlightsinn.com
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Depoe Bay and Oregon Coast News

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Drink a Beer - Save a Fish on N. Oregon Coast
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Oregon Coast Science: What Are Those Shafts of Sunlight / Fingers of God?
They are called crepuscular rays and they mostly happen around sunset or sunrise. Weather


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