12 Awesome Oregon Coast Vacation Rentals For Less Than $100

Been thinking about getting away from the daily grind and planning a vacation with loved ones? You can never go wrong with taking a vacation on the Oregon Coast! Whether you are renting a cabin, condo, or home, no matter what part of the coast you visit you’ll surely enjoy these vacation rentals.

So pack a bag, grab your flip flops and anything else you need for vacation on the coast, Personally, some of my best memories have been renting a nice place anywhere on the Oregon Coast!

If you don’t have a lot to spend on that perfect vacation rental, today I put together a list that will hopefully help you find a place to relax on the Oregon Coast while not breaking the bank. Everything we have listed here is listed to rent for under $100 a night, with some of them requiring you to stay more than one night. A lot of these places also have gorgeous ocean views and are within walking distance from the beach!

 

1. Cottages at Big Stump Beach

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If you’re looking for a cozy vacation rental while exploring the beautiful Central Oregon Coast, the Waldport Cape Cod cottages will suit your every whim. Comfy, intimate, and right on the beach, these Waldport vacation rentals are the perfect size for a couple’s retreat or a small clan gathering of your nearest and dearest!

These quaint cottages sit on the edge of Big Stump Beach, and are only five minutes away from Waldport proper. You are also a short drive away from Yachats, Oregon in the south, and Newport, Oregon in the North. The Oregon Coast is beautiful, making your little Waldport vacation rental your own personal scenic lookout

Avg. nightly $79, for more info click here.

 

2. Comfy Cabin Only Two Blocks from Cannon Beach

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Come enjoy a delightful coastal getaway with a visit to this compact, bright, and welcoming beach cottage in Cannon Beach! With a great location just two blocks from the sand, a pet-friendly attitude, and a sunny and relaxing interior, you will surely love this home.

Located right in Cannon Beach, within a mile or two of this cottage you will find numerous restaurants, shops, and galleries that will keep you busy exploring the town. And with easy beach access just two blocks away, you will enjoy building sand castles, flying kites, beachcombing, and walking on the coastline. The iconic Haystack Rock is a quick half-mile stroll north on the sand, so be sure to visit one of the coast’s most famous natural attractions!

Avg. nightly $65, for more info click here

 

3. Townhome at Rockaway Beach

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The sand and surf of Rockaway Beach are just down the street from this lovely two-bedroom townhome, where you’ll enjoy access to two private balconies with ocean and mountain views.

Built in 2006, this three-level townhouse is just steps from the seven-mile expanse of Rockaway Beach, and only blocks from restaurants, shops, and beach equipment rentals. You’ll also find the charming town of Manzanita 12 miles north, the trails and bluffs of Oswald West State Park 16 miles north, and the ever-popular Tillamook Cheese Factory 13 miles south.

Avg. nightly $78, for more info click here

 

 

4. Sand Dollar Cottage

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Sand Dollar Cottage is the perfect romantic getaway cottage. This ocean view cottage has 2 comfy queen beds, toasty fireplace, relaxing whirlpool tub, and a convenient full kitchen complete with wine glasses. The property is pet friendly and just 1 block to the beach, close to the promenade and the downtown area. You also have the option to rent it along with the Sand Dollar House for a group of up to 15!

Avg. Nightly $95, for more info click here.

 

 

5. Sunset Suite at Otter Rock

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Looking for a cozy vacation rental on the Oregon Coast? Consider the Sunset Suite at Otter Rock’s Alpine Chalets: with space for up to four guests, this charming retreat offers unbelievable ocean views and all the comforts of home for a very attractive price.

The suite is a studio, with an open floor plan encompassing a living area, kitchenette, and bedroom nook. The living area has comfortable armchairs, and jaw-dropping views of the ocean through the ample west-facing windows! There’s a TV with VCR, DVD player, and cable for movie nights, and a four-person table for playing board games or jigsaw puzzles.

Avg. nightly $70, for more info click here.

 

6. My Cousin’s Cottage

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Wide, sweeping ocean views and fantastic sunsets are yours in this lovely area of Oregon’s central coast.. Just a quick walk to Silver Sands neighborhood steps to the beach to enjoy! This two-bedroom vacation rental is newly updated for you and your family. This affordable lodging allows you to splurge on other local treats. Nestled in a wooded setting, in a quiet, peaceful neighborhood between HWY 101 and the beach, , ‘My Cousin’s Cottage’ is freshly painted, carpeted, renovated and decorated with plenty of high-end art, and interesting antiques. Treat yourselves to this quiet retreat away from jangling phones, TVs and other electronics. A sanctuary-like comfortable space with natural woodlands surrounds you as you enjoy the quiet back deck with your morning coffee and conversation or just a good book. In the evening, a lovely glass of local wine or microbrew could accompany the yummy seafood from the abundant ocean ports just minutes away.

The master bedroom, with its 1800’s antique walnut bed, features a small private bath and a large walk-in closet. You’ll love the casual, eclectic assembly of fun, interesting furnishings and art. The guest bedroom has a queen size bed, large closet and large tub/shower bath across the hall.

Avg. nightly $82, for more info click here.

 

7. Romantic Oceanview Suite in Lincoln City

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With a spectacular location close to everything Lincoln City has to offer, this pet-friendly studio unit in an ocean-view complex has it all! Walk to the beach, or hop in the car to explore the beautiful Central Oregon Coast.

This romantic suite includes one king-size bed, a kitchenette, and space for two guests. It’s on the main level, so it’s easily accessible from the parking lot for those who may have trouble with stairs.

Avg. nightly $82, for more info click here.

8. Cozy beach house in Lincoln City

lincoln2For a truly memorable trip to lovely Lincoln City, this cozy beach cabin has just enough space for everyone. However, you may not want to spend too much time in the house since it has such a great location just south of the casino and a few blocks away from the beach.

Located on the north side of town, within six blocks of beach access and a one-minute drive of the casino, grocery stores, and restaurants, this home is perfect if you want to be close to everything but still in a quiet neighborhood setting. The home itself has a unique layout and extremely interesting windswept trees near the front yard that will get you in a coastal frame of mind. The driveway can hold up to two cars.

 

Avg. nightly $91, for more info click here.

 

9. Ocean Cove Inn

 

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Perched on a gentle slope just above the bay, the Ocean Cove Inn offers a selection of charming rooms near the infinite blue waves of the beautiful Pacific Ocean. Light and airy and decorated with darling beach-style decor, let this endearing coastal inn offer you sweet respite during your next getaway to Yachats!

The Alsea room is located in the upper building, which sits on the southwest slope of a small hill facing the Pacific Ocean. Sliding French doors open onto a common deck with individual seating areas so you can relax and enjoy the view. This room is accessible by exterior stairs or a ramp.

Avg. Nightly $97, for more info click here.

 

10.The Weatherly

 

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The Weatherly is chic, spacious, and very clean. The front room is welcoming with its gas fireplace, ocean balcony, and comfortable seating. The kitchen has all appliances and conveniences to serve a full meal or a snack. It is on the top level, so nothing spoils one’s enjoyment of the ever-changing tides and surfs. The comfortable bedroom has a queen bed, dresser, nightstand and light. Plus a chair for some secluded reading before bed!

It’s very easy to step outside and walk around to the edge of the lawn and enjoy the ocean air and sights, downlooking from the bluff to view the tide pools and people on the beach below.

Avg. Nightly $90, for more info click here.

 

11. Beachside Suites at Yaquina John Point

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Located on Yaquina John Point, Beachside Suites is central to all major attractions. Just south of the property are Governor Patterson state park, Cape Perpetua, Heceta Head light house, and Sea Lion Caves. Just north are Seal Rock, Oregon Coast Aquarium and Newport light houses. Guests enjoy access to seven miles of smooth, sandy beach. Walks are peaceful, since the beach is semi-private. Many rare birds can be seen on the beach. Whales can be seen just off shore, migrating north or south. Harbor seals swim in the water near the beach. North of the property is the Alsea river which offers fishing and hiking opportunities. There are restaurants, grocery stores, and numerous shops, just one mile away. There is a golf course one mile southeast. A convenient visitors center is located one mile north. There you will find hundreds of brochures with helpful vacation ideas. Returning guests comment on the small-town atmosphere as a major reason for their return.

 

Avg. Nightly $67, for more info click here.

 

12. Ocean view house in Waldport

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Spectacular, sweeping ocean views from this lovely almost new home in the Bayshore neighborhood. This home sits on a site well above the ocean, there is a deck off the living and master bedroom. 2 bedrooms, one has a king bed and one has a queen bed. There are baths, one full bath with tub and shower, master has large shower. There is a full size washer/dryer and a pellet stove. Approximately six block walk to beach from home. Wifi, no dogs please. Near Kaminski. Sleeps 6. Hot tub is no longer available.

Avg. Nightly $97, for more info click here.

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  • Annis Cassells

    These places look terrific! We love the Oregon Coast.

  • Leim Neesom

    Shh every one unseen this…

  • Dina Luttrell Rudesheim

    You know that Oregon has a coastline that goes all the way down to California, right? You completely ignored the beautiful and temperate southern Oregon Coast.

  • bootness

    Beware the Cape Cod cottages; they are amazing, but their fees (booking fee, cleaning fee) bring the prices up to double what you think they will be. They aren’t less than $100 when you factor that in. A $279 three day stay costs $490. :-/ They put them in here twice, too, number 1 and 6.

  • Big Daddy Robb

    Yeah be very careful…65.00 average turns into average of 150.00 per night

    Rental Amount: (3 Nights) $278.00

    CleaningFee: $97.00

    BookingFee: $18.56

    Service Fee $25.02

    Tax: $35.42

    Payment Total: Hide details $454.00

  • ScottandSummer Steenbargers

    Any suggestions for families with more than 2 kids? Most (all?) had a maximum capacity of 4.

    • Sea Haven Motel, Rockaway Beach has a kitchen unit that sleeps 6 – queen bed for mom and dad, set of bunk beds and a full size futon. Off season $79 a night plus 11 % tax = $87.69, 2 night package $149, $165.39 total with tax http://www.seahavenmotel.net

      • April Brown

        Sea Haven is AWESOME! Definitely recommend them. My family has stayed there multiple times.

  • taacomarick

    unable to replicate most of the so called rates listed in the article, as stated they don’t mention the fees until you get on to try and book which sky rockets most of them. The article basically cuts and pastes the descriptions from their site. Still some nice little getaways but most of the places are small and older and more of couple getaways as they are smaller places

    • GaMomof5

      That’s good to know. I wouldn’t want to travel that far and be disappointed!
      Thanks.

      • Michelle Chadd

        Try Haystacklodgings.com as we have used them many times if you are going to Cannon Beach or Seaside areas.
        or try http://www.traveloregon.com and look at the lodgings listed there. It is Oregon’s website. I have used it to find lodging on the coast.

    • Travel Pro

      We also have many modern and luxury homes! This blogger was reporting on great, low cost rentals… You can also call in and ask for a last minute discount (available on many homes) if your trip is less than 7 nights away. Also, please consider – if you rent a hotel you would need 2 rooms and would have to eat out. When you rent a cabin or house, you normally also get a kitchen where you can prepare meals and save money. Check out http://www.vacasa.com for more info. Out prices are better than vrbo…

  • joan rutherford

    I like VRBO.com. You can read reviews and find just what you want.

  • joan rutherford

    I like VRBO.com. You can read reviews and find just what you want.

  • Outinspace

    Most will be over $100 per night, even with some of the ‘cozy’ 2-4 person cottages. If you go weekends and holidays it will be more expensive. To find a good deal I suggest booking or browsing in advance, sometimes they’ll tell you different seasons have different prices. The coast is beautiful year round. As cool as it is in the summer compared to eastern Washington, the winter storms are cool too, and there is usually something in season for fishing! Though I think summer is your best bet for a fishing charter. You definitely want to book that early, and most are good about refunds and rebooking should the weather turn foul.

    If you want to spend less on a cottage most have a lot of space for multiple families who share in the cost of rent. So each family would spend $25-$75 per night at some places.

  • Kristine Howard

    Prices are not even close tonaccurate. Your $65 has it listed as $107 average.

  • Kristine Howard

    Prices are not even close tonaccurate. Your $65 has it listed as $107 average.

  • Nora Calugas

    i still remember the sand dunes, oregon coast, campsite near the beach,
    spectacular sunset, indigo sky, golden rays,
    coral moonglow