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The beautifully-restored Haseltine Cabin is an enchanting place to spend a vacation by the lake and by the sea at the same time.
NO DOGS MAY 1 TO OCT 31.
The original 1930's structure and charm is still intact and you will feel as if you are in a storybook. Yet, at the same time it is completely refurbished and updated. In keeping with the old fashioned feel we have chosen not to include a T.V. or internet and instead have a vintage record collection and stereo, board games, cards and horse shoes. The family history is rich in this cabin and you will feel comfortable and embraced by the furnishings that speak of the past. The antique saw above the fireplace was used to clear the land where the cabin now sits.
Paintings grace the walls which were done by grandmothers and great grandmothers who once owned the cabin.
The nature lover who also appreciates a bit of luxury will love this place. Luxury of space and beauty and solitude, but also a jacuzzi tub!
A favorite for small family reunions or a honeymoon. A sleeping loft and a bunk bed room will be a favorite with kids. Five acres of old growth Douglas fir forests that tower around the property with trails throughout make for great explorations. Huckleberry bushes abound with berries in early Fall and Chanterelle mushrooms are often found on the property (we provide mushroom books and an expert identifier.) Bird watchers also love this rental as it is near marshlands, the lake, streams and the ocean.
In the town of Bandon you will find some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Sea stacks, caves and tide pools lace the amazing beaches in Bandon where streams flow down to the surf. Tufted Puffins make their seasonal stop on top the Bandon Beach Sea Stacks.
Bandon hosts many fun gift shops and truly wonderful restaurants. Fresh caught crab and fish is often sold right off the docks in Old Town.
There are many great musicians who play in various venues in town and Bandon's concert hall and beautiful library will amaze you with it's riches.
Keywords: lake-front, cozy, dock, canoe, dunes, beach, art, bunk-beds, wildlife, historic ,renovated,
retreat, serene, woods, forest, sunset view.
NO DOGS MAY 1 TO OCT 31.
Angela Pozzi is the Owner, artist and the executive director of Artula Institute for Arts and Environmental Education. She also runs the gallery- Art 101 just 2 miles from the cabin and exhibits her marine debris sculptures at The Harbortown Events Center in Old Town Bandon.
Eileen Schradieck purchased this cabin in 1931
The cabin has been in Angela's family for over 80 years.
She inherited it and decided to renovate the cabin to share it's beauty with others. It holds many memories and will create great memories for you as well.
A true retreat feeling. Set among old growth trees with a beautiful view this place relaxes you completely It is a healing as well as energizing place to be.
We had a wonderful stay at the cabin. The weather was gorgeous of course, the cabin delightful, the lake beautiful but by the time we got going the wind was too strong off the lake to try boating, thoroughly enjoyed the records, we are old so lots of nostalgia. It was very, very wonderful. Thank you.
My family and our friends- four adults, three teens, four kids and a baby in all- spent three nights at the cabin. We wish it could have been a week!! We loved swimming, fishing and boating in the lake. We boated across the lake, walked through the bushes and over the dunes to get to the beach but you couldn't go on the beach because it was plover nesting season there. Darn! The drive to Bandon beaches was only a few minutes...we found the ones near face rock to be less windy and more fun. The boys picked huckleberries and made jam on the fire in a tin can! The views of sunset were amazing. We can't wait to go back next year!
We had a wonderful week at Angela's cabin. The house was cozy and just right for our family of 7. The kids explored the woods, caught their first fish, loved riding in the canoe, and swimming. The cabin was well stocked with games, kitchen things, and play things. We did a couple of outings. The nearby favorites were the Safari Park, sandcastle building on the beach, the Myrtlewood factory, and the Farmer's market. We had the best Rhubarb pie from a cute lady at the market! We would definitely come back again.
This cabin is amazing! Both the building and its location were an inspiration as to what i want in my own home. It was so magical to be sitting by a fire looking out on a beautiful lake surrounded by old growth trees hearing the sound of the ocean waves in the distance- heaven! The level of decompression that occurred for us while we were here for just 2 nights was profound. We took our 3 year old son for his first canoe out on the lake and saw a river otter. The hidden trails with little benches and altars in the brush make it a fun fairyland for kids and adults. This place feels like it has been held in love and enjoyed for the many years it has been around. i couldn't more highly recommend it. We intend to make it a place we return to every year and have it become a part of our family story. Thank you!!!
Had never been to the southern Oregon Coast before and decided to look for a place to stay as we explored the southern coast. This place exceeded all of my expectations. It was absolutely peaceful and relaxing. My family showed up tense and stressed from our life back home and left feeling at peace and our souls refreshed. Rather than exploring the southern coast we found ourselves staying at the cabin in the woods. There was no need to venture out and explore as we had everything we needed there. Swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, berry picking, no TV (which was great for the kids) everywhere we looked there was something to do and to explore. This has definately become one of our favorite getaways and are planning on returning next year. Thanks so much for opening up your home for us to enjoy.
One of the guys emailed me after. He said ---- "What a simply delightful place, a place of peace and solitude, a place of rest and a place…and state of mind… to share with friends. It was a blessing to be there."
We made our reservation about 5 months in advance. The information on VRBO was printed and read over and over as we waited for the big day to arrive. Land-locked Utahns going to a Lake practically on the Beach. The listing and description was right on. It was charming and very clean providing a peaceful week in a forest on the lake. The owner's Art Studio is only a mile or so away so she is available; although we had no problems and did not see her except to check-in and check-out. We loved the Bandon Fish Market at Old Bandon. We ate there twice. We also at in Charleston in at the Fishermans Grotto with the best fried oysters I ever had. We choose this rental primarily for the beach but found the cabin on the lake such a peaceful retreat we spent more time there. Lots of history available in the cabin about the family and area. I highly recommend it. We had 2 10 year olds and no tv or internet. They played boards games and played.
Fall Activities Include Mushroom Hunting, and Huckleberry Picking.
Nearby at Floras Lake is an Excellent Wind Surfing School. Charter Fishing Boats Can Be Hired in Bandon. Shipwrecks and Lighthouses Are Found Nearby.
Superb Historical Museum and Impressive Coos Art Museum Are Within Minutes. Thrift Stores and Flea Markets. Many Galleries, Glass Blowing Studios, Art Classes and Workshops Available. Tide Pooling on the Spectacular Bandon Beaches with Sea Stacks and Caves and Marine Life.
Next to Protected Blm Wildlife Refuge,
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
50% due at time of booking.
Balance due on day of arrival
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.