Gold Beach Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 1 Bedroom + Other (See Description), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-3)
HARBOR VIEW COTTAGES LLC offer commanding panoramic views of the Rogue River and the Pacific Ocean. Located in the heart of Gold Beach, HARBOR VIEW COTTAGES are close to shops and restaurants yet completely private and quiet.
See waves crash over the Rogue Reefs or fishing boats catch their limit at the mouth of the Rogue while enjoying your morning coffee. The spacious Port-Orford Cedar deck offers outstanding vistas of winter sunsets. HARBOR VIEW COTTAGES are close to miles of pristine beaches.
This one bedroom cottage is fully appointed and tastefully decorated. The warm and inviting decor is complemented by clear cedar trim.
~The dine-in kitchen includes a large capacity refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker, all pots, pans, utensils, dishes, and table linens as well as basic cooking ingredients.
~Luxury queen bed and bedding make for a restful nights sleep.
~The bathroom has a hair dryer, luxury 100% Egyptian cotton towels, full tub/shower, tile floor, and pedestal sink.
~A large walk-in closet and washer and dryer make an extended stay easy.
~ An MP3 player, as well as WiFi also complement your stay. An Internet radio allows guests to sample radio stations from around the world.
~A list of local restaurants and menus make it easy to sample the local fare, renowned for seafood. The Fisherman's Direct fish market and the ever popular Nor'Wester Restaurant are just across the street. Also within walking distance is the locally owned Gold Beach Books and Rachael's coffee shop. With it's pastries, coffee and collection of vintage books, this books store is another Gold Beach gem.
~For those who like a little night life, the Saltwater Restaurant just across the Patterson bridge, offers a fresh look at local and seasonal fare, a well-stocked bar.
Over 300 identified species of birds have been identified in this area. With birdwatching being the #1 outdoor activity in the world, Harbor View Cottage is the perfect place for birding. The 'Birds of Oregon' field guide is kept in the Cottage as reference. Look for Hutton's Vireo, Greater White-fronted Goose, Common Merganser, American Dipper, Wild Turkey, Bald Eagle, Red-tailed Hawk, Peregrine Falcon, Downy Woodpecker, Northern Flicker, Winter Wren, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Varied Thrush, Song Sparrow, White-crowned Sparrow, Golden-crowned Sparrow, Spotted Towhee to name a few...
~DECEMBER-MARCH: Winter Steelehead travel up the Rogue this time of year. Good eating and great fighters!
~MARCH-JUNE: Spring chinook (or king) salmon are caught between Gold Beach and Agness (2 to 35 miles upriver). Similar to fall chinook, these 'springers' are in peak physical condition as they leave the cold waters of the Pacific and come into the Rogue system in search of their spawning grounds. Known for their mouth-watering flavor, spring chinook range in size from 10 to 40+ pounds.
~JULY-DECEMBER: Troll (fisherman talk for putting around in a boat with a line or two out) the Rogue River Bay for Chinook salmon which, once hooked, give even the most experienced angler a challenging fight. These fine fish also range from 10-40+ pounds. In fact, one fish weighing over 70 pounds was landed by a Grants Pass Fisherman several years ago. Summer Steelhead (or half-pounders) also provide excellent fishing during these months.
~SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER: This time of year you'll catch coho (silver) salmon and, of course, the fun-to-hook summer Steelies. Silvers range in size from five to 15 pounds and Steelhead from 3/4 pound to two pounds. Nothing is more fun than fighting these fish on light tackle, especially a fly rod. Fishermen are encouraged to catch and release these beauties, allowing them to live and reproduce, ensuring future runs.
~There are two ways to go about this: You can charter a boat and get up close and cozy with a California gray whale, or you can just keep glancing out to sea every time you’re on a bluff hiking, biking, walking or driving. Chances are excellent that you’ll eventually spot a plume of water spouting from a blowhole. Carry binoculars and you may get to see the magnificent mammals breaching the surface of the water. Several boats congregating in close proximity often means they’ve spotted a pod, so keep your eyes open.
~To take advantage of the California gray whale's 12,000-mile migratory route from a Gold Beach standpoint, you’ll want to be in town between December and May. Till February they’re heading south as far as the Arctic, and tend to travel 2 miles offshore; from March through May they’re on their way back north, and cruise closer in, just beyond the surf line. The rest of the year you might catch sight of one of the 'locals' , WHALES that have taken up permanent residence off the Oregon coast. Early morning and late evening, when the water is calm, are best times.
For land-based sightings, look for vantage points all along the Oregon coast with big 'Whale Watching Spoken Here' signs.
Keywords: cottage, bungalow
- wheelchair inaccessible
- not suitable for children
- pets considered
- non smoking only
We enjoy living in this area and enjoy sharing our appreciation of this beautiful coast with our guests.
After vacationing for in Gold Beach for many years we finally were able to move to the area. We have always enjoyed the beautiful Oregon coastline and the recreational activities this area offers. It was 'love at first sight' and we knew immediately it was too special a property to pass up. Our joy is in creating a warm and inviting vacation retreat to share with others.
We love to stay in town and walk across the street for dinner. We enjoy walking our dogs along the jetty or on the beach at low tide. But best of all is enjoying evenings with friends, barbecuing on the deck, and watching the Osprey fly overhead, until the Gold Beach sunset ignites the sky.