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Stay At This Scenic B&B In Port Orford – WildSpring Guest Habitat

by Nikki C

On the southern Oregon Coast, WildSpring Guest Habitat sits right off Highway 101 in Port Orford on five acres of residential forest. This small, eco-friendly B&B has five elegant cabins to provide a more secluded and peaceful getaway, along with luxurious amenities including a jetted hot tub spa overlooking the ocean.

Port Orford
“Sleep in a peaceful forest where the loudest sound you hear all night is an owl.” – Photos via WildSpring Guest Habitat

Their cozy guest cabins sit among 100-foot trees with homey furnishings including art and antiques. The cabins are all nicely spaced and face away from each other for total privacy. Guests can relax in total luxury between the radiant-heated floors and oversized walk-in showers.

Each cabin is complete with a fridge, massage table (massages are available by request), and a TV with a DVD player and large selection of movies. They also provide a WildSpring CD, wine glasses and a corkscrew, candles, and a hiking guide to explore the area. Bottled Oregon wines are available, as well as guest binoculars and bikes.

Port Orford
Inside one of their elegant cabins

As a guest, you also have access to their many lavish amenities on-site, including their Guest Hall with floor-to-ceiling ocean views, plush spa robes and natural body spa products, and complimentary beverages, juices, and chocolates at any time.

During the day, take a walk around their labyrinth in the forest, explore the nearby Battle Rock Wayside Park, or make an appointment to lay back and relax in their open-air tub overlooking the water. There isn’t a better place to be at sunset!

Enjoy stunning views at sunset

WildSpring Guest Habitat is easy to find off Highway 101 at 92978 Cemetery Loop Rd, Port Orford, OR. You can learn more about the retreat and make reservations now on their website at

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