DIRECTIONS*: About 40 miles south of Portland on I-5, take the Salem Expressway, Exit 260-A. In about 5 miles turn right on to Marion Street Bridge (Highway 22). Follow Highway 22 for 30 miles to a merge with westbound Highway 18. After 23 miles, merge with southbound Highway 101. Continue south on 101 for 23 miles, through Lincoln City. After Depoe Bay, the highway climbs over Otter Crest. About a mile after the bottom of the descent, turn left at the Beverly Beach State Park sign (milepost #134--green marker on right side of road).
From the south, 6 miles from the north end of Newport (Fred Meyer, Safeway) turn right at the Beverly Beach State Park turn off.
Immediately after turning off Highway 101, take a right up the hill on Beverly Drive. At 1/4 mile, as the road begins to top the hill, stay to the right on Avery Street, a narrow paved road by the first house on the right. Follow about a quarter mile, to the next to last house on the right—11429 NE Avery, Newport 97365.
The cottage does not have a telephone. Most cell phones work fine at the cottage. Wi-Fi/Internet, Expanded Basic Cable TV. DVDs—in living room & 2nd bedroom.
We provide linens & towels for all guests. The main bedroom has a queen bed. The living room has a queen sofa-sleeper. The second bedroom has a double bed and bunk beds & is separated from main cottage by a short breezeway. Young children sleeping there will need older companions.
Main bathroom has shower, no tub. Second bathroom, adjacent to second bedroom, has clawfoot tub, no shower.
The kitchen is furnished, including range/oven, small microwave, coffee maker, toaster, dishwasher. Weber Spirit BBQ. During summer months there is a small convenience store by the highway turn off. Safeway and Fred Meyer are on the left entering Newport.
Dog fee $30. Dog must stay off furniture; immediately pick up after in the yard; unless crated, do not leave the dog alone in the cottage; if wet or dirty, wipe paws before entering cottage. Dog towels under kitchen sink.
No smoking permitted in the cottage or breezeway. Properly dispose of all smoking debris on the property.
Thanks for taking out the garbage, loading & starting the dishwasher prior to departure. Please start a load of towels (& linens, space permitting)--washer is in the carport.
Current and past logs have a wealth of information about places to go, favorite restaurants.
John & Lucy Lowry, Box 1648, Milton, WA. 98354, (253) 841-4948
* From the Puget Sound region, an alternative to dealing with Portland traffic is to take the Northern Oregon coastal route, with dairy farms and glimpses of the coastline south of Astoria. From Olympia, take Highways 101 and 8 toward Aberdeen. Before Aberdeen, at Montesano turn south on Highway #107, to join Highway 101, passing through Raymond and South Bend on the way to Astoria. It’s about 25 miles further. IF traffic through Portland is smooth, it adds about an hour to take this coastal route. Another thought: traveling south through Washington on I-5, if you catch a negative Portland traffic report, you can take exit #36, cross the Columbia at Longview and take Highway 30 to Astoria.