This Airbnb Treehouse Rental in Oregon was a breath of fresh air. Spending time on the Oregon Coast always seems to revive me. This Oregon Treehouse Rental is the perfect weekend escape and in such close proximity to some incredible Oregon Coast gems that you do not want to miss!
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- Where is the Gold Beach Oregon Treehouse Airbnb?
- Oregon Treehouse Rental Details
- Price to Rent Gold Beach Airbnb
- Availability at Gold Beach Oregon Treehouse Rental on Airbnb
- My Honest Review of Our Stay at Bluebird Treehouse
- Oregon Coast Itinerary for your Stay!
- More Oregon Adventures!
Where is the Gold Beach Oregon Treehouse Airbnb?
If you’ve never been to Gold Beach, Oregon, it is a small coastal town of about 2,500 people and is located near some of the most beautiful Oregon Coast Destinations. This Oregon Treehouse Rental sits only 15 minutes away from the famous Samuel H Boardman Corridor and the lovely coastal views of Gold Beach Oregon.
Directions were provided by Airbnb Host and were easy and straightforward to find the Treehouse Rental.
Oregon Treehouse Rental Details
The Bluebird House Treehouse Airbnb is set on seven acres of farm, forest and beach. It is located 15 minutes away from the famous Samuel H Boardman Corridor and the lovely coastal views of Gold Beach Oregon.
We were greeted by two ADORABLE dogs and a drove of donkeys (I had to look up what the term was for multiple donkeys hah!)
Price to Rent Gold Beach Airbnb
The cost per night is $175 and has a 2-night minimum. There are of course other fees associated with Airbnb including a $25 cleaning fee, $53 service fee and $32 occupancy tax fee.
This puts the total at $460 total for 2 nights. We split the cost between friends and it was very reasonable this way!
Amenities Included at the Treehouse Rental
Here’s a breakdown on what’s provided and I’ll give a full review of what to expect and some drawbacks of this Airbnb.
- no TV, no WiFi
- Parking for 3-4
- 1 double bed, 2 single beds
- Private beach access, ocean views from large balcony/deck
- Fire pit area
- Propane heater
- Kitchen consists of microwave/convection oven and 2 burner electric cooktop
- Sink with drinkable water
- Mini Fridge
- Bathroom has shower, toilet and sink and is outside on the balcony (not heated)
- Pet friendly
Availability at Gold Beach Oregon Treehouse Rental on Airbnb
I’ve stayed at a lot of unique treehouses and cabins that are booked out for years, and for good reason. This treehouse currently has lots of availability so you book as soon as the coming weeks if desired or plan something to look forward to later.
My Honest Review of Our Stay at Bluebird Treehouse
Firstly, this is no way sponsored. There are some things I would have loved to have known before to better prepare.
While it does sleep 4, the sleeping accommodations are not all equal in comfort! The main bed can sleep 2 comfortably and is located on the main floor. However, the other 2 beds are 2 small cushions located in the loft and were not the most comfortable. Luckily I’m small and in my early 30’s, so it was comfortable enough for two nights.
I’m glad I showered before traveling here, as the bathroom is not heated. We went in December and I was not about to get into the shower even though it DOES have warm water (thank goodness!)
The small propane heater does a great job at keeping the treehouse toasty, so you definitely wont have to worry about staying warm.
Another great thing to know is that the kitchen is a little different than advertised. The listing states that it has an oven, but upon checking with the host, it has a microwave/convection oven. But this worked out well for us!
We were able to meet the owner and she is so lovely and I highly recommend this stay.
Oregon Coast Itinerary for your Stay!
Staying at the Bluebird Treehouse allowed us to access so many incredible coastal spots. Here are some of the best spots to check out while you’re in the area.
1. Myers Creek Beach Viewpoint 15 minutes from Oregon Treehouse Rental
This was less than 10 minutes away from the Treehouse and we witnessed a sunset that was incredible. You can enjoy views from the parking lot or by walking down a short beach access trail. Hike it all the way down to Pistol River!
TIP: Check the tide chart to plan when to go on your beach hikes! The host was very knowledgeable on the tides as well! This goes for all hikes listed.
2. Secret Beach in Samuel H Boardman Scenic Corridor
Secret Beach is definitely not a secret. Follow Google maps to reach the parking area. It is tucked behind a guard rail (although there are multiple ways to reach this beach). I personally love coming back to this spot and have visited over 4 times now!
- 1.6 miles roundtrip with 374 feet of elevation gain
- Enjoy lower views on the beach or cliff views as shown above
3. Natural Bridges Trail
This trail offers a viewpoint to the left or for the more adventurous, a steep trail down to the arch itself at no more than 1 mile roundtrip.
4. Whale’s Head Beach
5. Pistol River State Scenic Viewpoint
This area offers a lot of tall sea stacks and tide pools to check out! I thoroughly enjoyed this area and would love to go back to explore more. Again, just be sure to check out the tide charts to ensure your safety!
More Oregon Adventures!
If you’re looking for more adventures, check out my ultimate Oregon Road Trip Guide
And if you are looking for more unique Oregon Rentals and Airbnbs Check out my other blogs
So, as you can see, the Oregon Coast has a lot to offer, and this itinerary is the perfect pacific northwest getaway. In addition to the incredible natural wonders on the Oregon coast, the Bluebird Oregon Treehouse Rental allows for unplugging, relaxation and great views of its own! This was definitely a weekend I’ll never forget.
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