Little Creek Cove has just the right room, each with a different experience of the Oregon coast.
Welcome to the spectacular beauty of Little Creek Cove! Little Creek Cove is the only Newport, Oregon hotel that is located on the beach; cross the lawn and you have access to three miles of pristine, sandy beach. There are no long staircases down steep bluffs, no walks down a road to a public beach access. Each condominium is unique and each offers breathtaking views of the majestic Pacific Ocean. We offer one and two bedroom condominiums, as well as studios, all on beautifully landscaped grounds. Each condominium has been updated, has large windows and a private deck that faces the ocean. Breathe in the fresh marine air, hear the call of seabirds riding on the wind, become mesmerized by the ocean waves breaking along the sandy shore. Walk on the beach, build sandcastles, visit the many nearby attractions. Whether relaxing on your private deck, lounging by the fireplace in your tranquil condo, or exploring the beach, tidepools or the town of Newport, Little Creek Cove offers something for everyone.
Your home-away-from-home, just steps from the beach, awaits you. Whether you're looking for romantic seclusion or a site for a perfect family vacation, our Newport, Oregon hotel has the perfect accommodations for you, and you will find yourself returning again and again.
Book on our website or call us and get 10% off your next stay starting October, 2014.
(Discounts do not apply for holiday periods or when specified)
On December 6, the annual Yaquina Bay Lighted Boat Parade will brighten the waterfront and bay. Local boats are decorated with lights as they cruise along the Bayfront starting at dusk. If you have never been, don't miss this years amazing entries!
Although you can whale watch almost any time thanks to the resident gray whales, the migration of the majestic animals means it is a peak time now! There will be guides stationed along Highway 101 to provide information and help people spot whales swimming, breaching and spy hopping along the coast.