Our Family Ranch Cabin is located on the banks of the Sixes River just before it spills out into the majestic Pacific Ocean. Picture windows line the front of the cabin, providing guests with intimate, spectacular views of an endless variety of birds, wildlife, sunsets, sparkling summer days and winter storms.
The Cabin provides guests with all the comforts of home and is the perfect setting for private retreats, romantic getaways, or outdoor adventures. It has newly decorated hand plastered walls, a large floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, over-sized leather furniture, comfortable beds, fully equipped kitchen, and full sized bathroom.
Quietly tucked away in the center of on our 800 acre family-operated ranch, guests will drive past our 103 year old Victorian-style ranch house before reaching the cabin. The ranch is a working ranch where my son Joe care for 50 acres of cranberries and raises grass-finished beef that can be seen on line at Oregon Grass Fed Beef.
Our family ranch is privately situated between two state parks, and bordered on two sides by the Sixes River and the Pacific. Guests may request private tours by members of the family to experience our favorite fishing holes or picnic site overlooking the famous Cape Blanco Lighthouse, the Sixes River and the majestic Pacific. During cranberry harvest, guests may participate in or observe family members gather in this crimson crop.
The Cabin provides a pristine, peaceful, private, perfect setting for building wonderful memories. This cabin is very special to our family and we are pleased to now be able to make it available to others.
We invite you to become a guest of our family cabin and create special memories of your own.
Keywords: A cozy, country, water-front cabin peacefully located on a 800 acre private ranch.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Sixes cabin. At first when told there wasn't a key to the front door as they never locked the house, we were concerned but after seeing the location of the home, all was well. It is very secluded. You have to drive by the main farm house in order to get to the cabin so your travels can be monitored. We learned from the tour of the farm home across the Sixes River (on the road on the way to the Point Blanco lighthouse) that the farm house on our property was built by the same builder, about 100 years ago. We saw a total of three people walking on the beach in front of the cabin during the entire time we were there. We would definitely stay here again.
The property was stunning and the cabin was cozy and comfortable. We enjoyed our time at the sixes cabin very much and will be back without a question. Thank you!
This cabin is located a little north of Port Orford, and a little south of Bandon, which gives you several options if you want to go out and have dinner. Or you can stay in and cook in a very well-equipped and spacious kitchen. If you do go out, try having the chowder down on the dock at Port Orford, and also the hot dogs, the homemade chili, and ice cream at the store in Langlois, and for something special try having dinner at Alluro’s in Bandon. Sue provides you with additional suggestions, and introduces you to the property, which is an amazing farm that has been in her family for years. You'll enjoy a quiet hike up the hill to see more of the ranch, including the big pastures up top and also a nice hike back down to the water. Really beautiful. There is a large hawk and a flock of wild turkeys living nearby, among the other things nature has to offer. Of course the Sixes River and the Pacific Ocean are beautiful, one of the most scenic spots you will find along the Oregon Coast. Across the valley, you can take a tour of the 100-year-old-plus Hughes house on your way out to the lighthouse at Cape Blanco. And when you are in Bandon, you have to stop at the bakery on 2nd street and have the cinnamon rolls and other goodies – really great. But the real treat of this cabin, is you can have a wonderful time and hear nothing else but the breeze blowing in off the ocean - total serenity, with a wonderful view.
We spent a wonderful week at Sixes River vacation home, and it was our home. We were welcomed with a big hug. Who does that anymore? And the week just got better from there. The home was very clean and very comfortable. We loved the fact that there was no TV, no internet access; we didn’t use the radio or our phones. Nothing but complete peace and quiet. The kitchen had everything we needed and we love to cook. The view is unbeatable. The locals in the surrounding towns incredible and friendly. If you want a vacation with incredible seclusion, peace and quiet this would be the place for you. Great clamming in Charleston.
We spent 4 days and 3 nights at the cabin and thoroughly enjoyed it and the surrounding area. The cabin is spacious and well equipped, with expansive views of the ocean, the Sixes River, and Cape Blanco. The main bedroom and bathroom are comfortable (nice bed), and the living/dinning area and the kitchen are large and well laid out. An open, upstairs loft provides additional sleeping configurations. As nice as the cabin is, the surrounding area is stunning. It is located on a large farm that focuses on pasture-finished beef and cranberries, and there are fishing opportunities along the River. A hike along the beach to the north is exceptional, especially at high tide, and Cape Blanco Park is just across the river (including a great trail down to the beach with a view back toward the cabin. The whole stretch from Bandon to Port Orford is interesting and provides a number of activities. Siblings John (who provided essential route guidance to avoid the mud flats to get the north beach) and Sue were very helpful.