Bandon Beach Motel in winter

The view from Bandon Beach Motel is unsurpassed in Bandon. Perched on the bluffs on Coquille Point, you can watch the sun sparkle on the persistent surf or the storms howl and blast salt water spray onto your motel room window. Sometimes, you may see both on the same day.

Step out of your motel room and onto the Sate Park’s Oregon Island National Wildlife Refuge. Paved paths over the headland feature interpretive panels that share stories of the area’s wildlife and Native American history. Stairways are located on opposite sides of the headland and allow visitors to make a loop on the beach. Hike down the stairs immediately outside the motel and meander along the beach to see if the harbor seals are sunning themselves in front of the mammoth, elephant-like rock. Stand and watch the waves crash through the arch that defines the elephant’s trunk.

If the tide is out sneak through the caves to the back side and get a bird’s eye view of the Oregon ocean’s formidable, intimidating and endless battering of the rocks. Check out the tide pool invertebrates while you are there, then scramble over the sand path and through the boulders at the Point to explore more spectacular rock formations. Find the next set of stairs to circle back up and walk the paved path.

Look towards Bandon and see the Coquille River with the jetty on one side and the light house on the other. There may be fishing boats heading out or returning from the day’s catch. Head back to your room for that perfect cup of coffee and a beautiful view of the Bandon Coast.

Excellent Bandon Walks
For those who want a little more exercise and adventure it is a lovely walk to Face Rock lookout going south, or the jetty and Old Town Bandon heading north.

Coquille Point Bandon Oregon
Coquille Point is a marvelous place to observe seabirds and harbor seals, and to explore the beach. The point overlooks a series of offshore rocks of every shape and size--some come with their own legends like Face Rock and Cat and Kittens Rock--that provide habitat for Common Murre, Tufted Puffin, Western Gull and Brandt's Cormorant, as well as Harbor seal and rocky intertidal invertebrates.

Close to Old Town Bandon
Just a few blocks away from Old Town Bandon, off Beach Loop Road, we are close to restaurants and shopping.

Bandon Beach Access
Beach access right outside the motel door State Park walking paths on Coquille Point Two stairways to the beach from different directions providing a loop to walk on

Newly Remodeled Rooms!
Newly remodeled and painted rooms
Ocean views from all rooms
Three spectacular rooms with ocean views in two directions. These rooms also have fire places.
Balconies and patios on some rooms
Fireplace rooms
Handicap room with access/facilities
Full kitchen units
In room coffee
Rooms with one queen, two queens, one queen and one twin, one queen and two twins, or one king size bed.
Fridges and microwaves in all rooms
Wireless internet
Cable TV - Flat Screens in all rooms
Free local phone calls
Pet friendly/limited rooms
Hair dryers available

Adventure or relaxation are just around the corner
Close to Bandon Dunes and Pacific Dunes Golf Resorts
Bandon Crossings Golf Course
Coquille River Lighthouse
Bullard’s Beach State Park
West Coast Game Park Petting Zoo
Cape Blanco lighthouse and Historic Hughes House
Shore Acres

For more information please visit our Bandon Oregon Links page