The Shamrock Lodgettes have beautiful, inexpensive rooms and are located in the small, coastal town of Yachats, Oregon. Yachats is about a half hour away from Newport, which is the most famous coastal town along the Oregon Coast. There are all kinds of attractions and good places to eat. I have been to the Shamrock Lodgettes several times and have always enjoyed my stay.
The Shamrock Lodgettes are surrounded by plenty of nature such as tall, green trees and the ocean. You can walk outside your door and walk through the trees or walk down to the ocean and beach access. The view is beautiful and very relaxing.
The first time I stayed at the Lodgettes was a few years ago. I was with my sister and parents. We rented a one room lodgette and found it to be very spacious. We had a couch and roll out bed, a wood stove and cable t.v. We also had a kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave, stove and even dishes to eat and drink out of. It was well worth the $80 a night we spent.
The last time I visited the lodgettes was about a year ago on my honeymoon. Even though we visited in November, we found the lodgettes had become a very popular vacation spot. The only lodgette they had left was a two bedroom. Naturally we didn’t need one that big, but took it anyway. The price was only $100 a night.We stayed two nights and it only cost us $215. My husband agreed it was a great deal. There were two full-sized beds in each room. We only needed one of the beds. There was a kitchen with everything we needed to cook our own food, which we did do. We also watched cartoons on the cable t.v. We also enjoyed the indoor spa. There is no spa in the rooms, but if you walk a little ways over you will find the room with the spa. It was very relaxing and lucky for us no one else used the spa while we were in it.
The staff was very friendly and reliable. It was the best part of our honeymoon. We hope to go back to the Lodgettes soon. If you are looking for a beautiful, affordable vacation spot I highly recommend the Shamrock Lodgettes in Yachats, Oregon.