With its rocky headlands and stunning vistas, the Oregon Coast is an excellent vacation destination for those who appreciate the outdoors.
Whether you visit the cozy city of Yachats, fascinating Gold Beach, or the quaint coastal town of Neskowin, the Oregon coast is full of beauty and excitement.
What makes an Oregon Coast vacation even better? Staying in a rustic, homey cabin.
Whether you’re looking for an authentic cabin or a cozy cabin-style cottage, we’ve got you covered. Here are the 12 best cabin rentals up and down the Oregon coast.
If you like being completely surrounded by the ocean and sky in quasi-rustic environment, the Oceanside A-Frame is for you.
This charming wood cabin is situated high on a hillside with a walkway leading straight to the beach. It’s affordable for just about any budget, offering two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a spacious private deck.
The rustic space inside is filled with interesting furniture, appliances, and splashes of blue to match the ocean vibe. Floor-to-ceiling picture windows in the living room give you a direct view of the water day and night, though the views are even better from the loft.
The cabin has a wood-burning stove and BBQ, so bring your kindling, firewood, and charcoal briquettes. The cabin has a sister unit, too (aptly titled Unit B) so you can rent both for large groups.View Listing
Affordable and family-friendly, Guinevere’s Cottage sits across the river and south of the village in Yachats. It’s just a short walk into town, and an even shorter jaunt to the beach.
Described as a “Hansel and Gretel” cottage, the cabin has Adirondack chairs on the covered front deck and comfortable furniture with colorful blankets inside. Wooden beams give the cottage a rustic feel.
Inside there are several bookcases packed with books and movies for your entertainment. The cottage has one bedroom, one bathroom, and can hold four people. You’re even allowed to bring along your pet, as long as your furry friend is under 30 pounds.View Listing
Coast Cabins in Manzanita offers a variety of freestanding cabins, lofts, and houses that are within walking distance of the beach, restaurants, and shopping.
For a tranquil cottage with a modern art design, stay in the Modern Ranch. This 800-square foot lodging sleeps two, has a beautiful wraparound deck with a hot tub, and up-to-date decor inside.
Looking for a peaceful cabin nestled high in the surrounding bamboo and palm trees? Go for the North Tower, which also sleeps two people and has an impressive outdoor hot tub/spa area.
For those who really want to be cozy, try the 440-square foot house simply known as The Cottage. It’s small, simple, but still perfect for an escape to the beach.View Listing
The recently remodeled Coastal Getaway in Bay City holds 6-8 people and looks out over the Tillamook Bay. With 2,000 square feet of interior space, a large ¾-acre property, and a wide-open floorpan, this is the perfect place for weekend gatherings with extended family.
Enjoy the hardwood floors and see if you can spot the original artwork hanging on the walls. The cabin’s owners recommend visiting the Pacific Seafood Company, the Cape Mears Lighthouse, and the Tillamook Cheese Factory before coming back to relax at the house.View Listing
Charming Beachfront Cabin with a Private Hot Tub
This blue sea cottage is equipped for year-round enjoyment with it’s hot-tub equipped deck and cozy fireplace. No matter what season you come, this cabin features unparalleled views of the Pacific Ocean from both the deck and the living room. Not to mention the beach access a stone’s throw away!
Accomodating up to six guests, this cabin is pet friendly and fully stocked with board games, beach toys, books, and a TV with Roku for entertainment when you’re not out exploring the coast.
Speaking of exploring, the cabin is located within walking distance of downtown Oceanside, and just a short drive from many local attractions like Three Arch Rocks Wildlife Refuge and Cape Meares Lighthouse.View Listing
The Salacia Chalet in Gleneden Beach (near Lincoln City) is an oceanfront A-frame cottage with a hot tub on the front deck.
Inside, the cabin offers plenty of open floor space that’s great for kids to run around and play on rainy days (and that happens a lot in Oregon). There are two bedrooms and two bathrooms, sleeping a total of six to eight people. There’s also parking space for three cars.
The cabin was built in 1960 and has been restored in the mid-century modern style. You can sit on the deck and watch whales go by in the ocean or relax in the queen loft bed.View Listing
The Pacific Overlook cabin is a little pricey, but the panoramic view of Winema Beach is absolutely worth it. The nearby beach is rarely crowded, so it’s worth the short walk down to the beach to enjoy the sand.
The cabin is decorated with a nautical theme and has a fun game room with a card table, board games, TV, and foosball for families to enjoy. You’ll have to climb two flights of stairs to access the property, so it isn’t exactly wheelchair friendly.
Cell phone reception can be a little spotty here, but the cabin offers WIFI and a landline. The cabin is pet-friendly, though you’re limited to one dog and there’s an additional fee of $25 per night for your furry friend.View Listing
Cliff View Cabin
This Cliff View Cabin in Manzanita feels a little bit like a tree house. Rustic, wooden, and surrounded by trees, the cabin offers stellar views of the ocean and the bay. The west side of the house has floor-to-ceiling windows that offer a view of the Pacific and Neahkahnie Mountain.
The interior is spacious and airy, with cozy furniture and comfortable beds. There are actually three beds and one bunk bed, so it’s a great cabin for larger groups.View Listing
Ecola Haven Ocean Front
The Ecola Haven Ocean Front cabin has two things that other A-frames on the Oregon coast don’t usually offer: a spacious yard and lots of trees.
The cabin is two blocks from downtown and holds a maximum of eight guests between three bedrooms. Pets are allowed, although there is a $70 fee per dog per day. The fee is a little steep, but your dogs will have a blast exploring the big yard and the nearby beach.
The cabin is cozy and colorful inside, with bright red chairs on the back porch where you can enjoy a direct and unobstructed view of the ocean. Enjoy WIFI, a washer and dryer, a well-equipped kitchen, and heating.View Listing
Oceanfront Cottage A-Frame
Take in the natural beauty of the Oregon coast with this Oceanfront A-frame Cottage in Lane County.
Boasting spectacular views, this oceanfront cottage is oozing with charm even before you step inside. We love the white fence, blue door, and the flowers in the front yard that set the tone for the rest of the cabin.
The cabin is 1,144 square feet with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a private deck. It’s located in the Heceta Beach neighborhood, offering easy beach access and a quick five-mile drive to the shops and restaurants in central Florence.View Listing
Bandon Beach Shack
The Bandon Beach Shack is an A-frame beach house that sleeps six guests. It’s on the smaller end of the spectrum, so the host says “you have to love each other” to fit that many people inside.
Outside, the cabin is surrounded by a stake fence and painted a shade of teal. Inside, the slanted ceilings give it a cozy feel while the small living room is just big enough to stretch out and relax.
The cabin sits across from the beach, so you can fall asleep to the sound of the waves against the shore. It’s extremely well-equipped, and was recently remodeled. The host provides you with kindling, firewood, linens, Netflix, Hulu, rain boots, kitchen supplies, crabbing equipment, a DVD player, a washer and dryer, and just about anything else you need to enjoy your Oregon coast vacation.View Listing
The SEAcret Cabin in Bandon is a cozy little place that’s great for a romantic weekend getaway. Offering a single bedroom and one bathroom, the cabin can accommodate up to three guests with a queen-size air mattress.
The single-story cabin has lots of natural light, beautiful wood beam ceilings, and views of the Coquille river. You can also see the Bandon Lighthouse from the backyard.
The cabin provides books, board games, Netflix, and YouTube for your entertainment. There’s also a vacant property adjacent to the cabin that guests can explore.
Of course, there’s no shortage of things to do in Bandon, either. Walk to the beaches, go windsurfing at Floras Lake (18 miles away), or tee off at the Bandon Dunes Golf Course (six miles away).View Listing
When you find the perfect cabin for your getaway and are ready to start planning your adventure, check out our article on the Top 25 Oregon Coast Hikes to find a trail nearby.