Astoria, Oregon Bed and Breakfasts
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Wind your way west of Portland along the Columbia river through the small towns of St. Helens and Rainier, and you will find yourself in Astoria.
If you are interested in the history of the Pacific Northwest, Astoria will fascinate you. Lewis and Clark wintered here in 1805/06. You will find a museum and visitors center at Fort Clatsop National Historic Park. For a panoramic view of the area, visit Astoria Column, which sits 600 feet above the town. The Columbia River Maritime Museum celebrates life and work on the Columbia River. The coast of Oregon is home to more than 450 species of birds, many of which can be seen on the 35,000 acres of wetlands at Twilight Creek Eagle Sanctuary.
Astoria is one of the oldest communities in the west, and features historic lodging options, including Victorian and Craftsman-style Bed and Breakfasts.Downtown | 1 Mile | 5 Miles | 10 Miles | 15 Miles | 25 Miles | 50 Miles
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Benjamin Young Bed & BreakfastPhone: 503-325-6172
The Benjamin Young Inn is a Victorian Mansion built in 1888. It is listed in the National Register. There are 4 rooms with views and private baths with showers. A bountiful full breakfast is served each day.
View Listing Go to: www.benjaminyounginn.com
Clementine's B&BPhone: 503-325-2005
Toll Free: 800-521-6801
View Listing Go to: www.clementines-bb.com