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The Starry Night Inn Offers A Peaceful Retreat In Seaside

by Nikki Cleveland

The Oregon Coast has lodging of all types whether you’re looking for an upscale hotel by the beach or a cozy cabin in the woods.

In the small town of Seaside, The Starry Night Inn offers the ultimate retreat for both artists and couples. Their accommodations include a six-room boutique villa in a Victorian lodge, along with three homey, studio-style cabins.

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The Starry Night Inn – Seaside, OR. Photos via inn

Each of their six rooms is uniquely decorated with local artwork and special touches that set them apart from the rest. The rooms all include their own private bathroom as well as access to their many social areas such as outdoor fire pits and a spa lounge with an infrared sauna.

Guests are treated to a complimentary breakfast as well as free snacks, beer, and wine in the lobby. Other amenities include records and games for loan, a porch with a propane heater and seating area, and musical instruments in the lobby that are available for use.

With their relaxing, inspiring location, the inn provides the perfect location for artists dreaming up their next masterpiece. They offer an Artist Residency from September 1st through May 31 with a special discount on rooms and cabins (with a 4 day minimum).

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One of their uniquely designed rooms

They are centrally located near downtown Seaside, just off Highway 101, a few minutes from the beach and the many shops and restaurants in town. Nearby, there are many beautiful hiking trails and activities including the Seaside Golf Course, a Carousel Mall, and wineries.

The Starry Inn is located at 811 1st Ave in Seaside, OR. To learn more, and to make your reservations, visit their website.

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