Sandlake Country Inn.Relaxation and romance are the keys at this cozy B&B secret, hidden away in a country setting, along the Three Capes Scenic Loop, approximately one mile from the ocean and just ten minutes from Pacific City. It’s the first certified green B&B on the Oregon coast: this historic landmark was even built from salvaged bridge timbers in 1894 from the shipwrecked Struan. It’s like a small luxury hotel, with sumptuous amenities such as double Jacuzzi spa tubs, fireplaces, bubble baths, soaps, lotions and robes, along with a large selection of movies and wi-fi. Enjoy a private deck and a four-course breakfast delivered to your door. The Rose Garden room is a cozy elegant space with a new luxurious king-sized Eurotop canopied bed. The Timbers Suite features a rustic décor, the timbers from the shipwrecked Struan and a wooden canopy king bed. The upper floor Starlight Suite is an extra large suite, and the romantic Cottage sits by a babbling brook. 8505 Galloway Rd. www.sandlakecountryinn.com. 877-726-3525. 503-965-6745.
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Pacific City and Oregon Coast News

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UPDATE: New High Wind Warning for Oregon Coast, More Beach Hazards
High wind watch for Sat through Sunday morning, with gusts up to 60 mph possible
New Oregon Coast Warnings: Stay off Beaches for Entire Weekend
High surf will affect beaches in the advisory area, producing rip currents and localized beach erosion
Video: Damage, Injuries on Oregon Coast Extensive; One Death
Waves as high as 60 feet in some places pummeled the beaches, resulting in evacuated businesses, destroyed property. Weather


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