Comfort Inn & Suites
136 NE Highway 101
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Phone: (541) 994-8155
Fax: (541) 994-5581
The city of Sheridan is a beautiful city nestled within the Yamhill County. Some of the major attractions here are the Travelers Home, Sheridan Museum of History and it also hosts events like Sheridan Days and the Mud Drags.
Nestled in the Willamette Valley with the Yamhill River gushing along the valley, McMinnville provides a postcard perfect image. Wine lovers drive to this quaint city to enjoy the luscious varieties offered in the Oregon's wine industry that is clustered around this region. Apart from vast acres of wineries, a trip to the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum housing the Spruce Goose (one of the world's biggest propeller airplane), and attending the annual festivals like Dragging the Gut is a must to soak in the local flavor. Do contact the tourism office to know more about getting round the city and the various places of interest of McMinnvile.
Main Street of McMinnville - Third Street is nestled in downtown McMinnville and is an acclaimed Main Street in the nation. It is a lovely place to explore travelers of all kind with something for everyone. From wineries to art galleries, farmer's market to historic spots and restaurants and shopping, it has many things to offer. Some of the interesting sights are R. Stuart & Co. Wine Bar, Terra Vina Wines, Grain Station Brew Works, McMenamins Hotel, Red Fox Bakery, Currents Gallery, Elizabeth Chambers Cellar and Thistle.
Located on the south shore of the long island, the Rockaway Beach is one of the largest urban beaches in the state. The miles-long stretch facing the Atlantic Ocean with the beautiful scenery is a mesmerizing sight. The large crowds make it a happening place as well. This resort city is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
The capital of Oregon, Salem is a vibrant city located in and the county seat of the Marion County. Blessed with an idyllic natural backdrop, the city lies in the heart of the Willamette Valley, along the Willamette River. A city that is rich in history, Salem as a settlement first saw Native American residents of the Kalapuyan tribe, and many centuries later, around 1812, it saw the arrival of European settlers. The city was established in 1842 and it received the capital status in 1851. An economic and tourism hub, Salem has a lot to offer the discerning traveler, with several attractions placed around the city, and cultural events like the annual World Beat Festival and the annual Salem Art Fair being held here. To know more, do see the website.
Broadway Commons is a coffee shop located in the city of Salem. They have a conference room which they rent out for special events and meetings. You can conduct your business meetings at this spot with a hot cup of coffee to pep up the conversations and discussions.
The Dayton Methodist Episcopal Church or the Pioneer Evangelical Church is a church that dates back to 1862. This historical church was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
The Oregon State Hospital is psychiatric hospital built in 1862. The hospital is a 620 bed facility run by the state. The grand architecture of the hospital building is eye-catching.