Historic Anchor Inn

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$ 135

Property Location When you stay at Anchor Inn Resort in Lincoln City, you'll be near the beach, within a 10-minute walk of Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio and North Lincoln County Historical Museum. This hotel is 5 mi (8.1 km) from Chinook Winds Casino and 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from Siletz River. Distan...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Property Location When you stay at Anchor Inn Resort in Lincoln City, you'll be near the beach, within a 10-minute walk of Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio and North Lincoln County Historical Museum. This hotel is 5 mi (8.1 km) from Chinook Winds Casino and 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from Siletz River. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. - Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio - 0.7 km / 0.4 mi - North Lincoln County Historical Museum - 0.8 km / 0.5 mi - Siletz River - 1.1 km / 0.7 mi - Theatre West - 1.1 km / 0.7 mi - Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge - 1.2 km / 0.7 mi - Lincoln ...

4417 S Hwy 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367, United States - Lincoln, Oregon - U.S - 97367

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Wonderful Place to Stay

Reviewed 18 august, 2022

I took my mother for a 3 day vacation in Lincoln City and we chose to stay at The Anchor Inn. Our expectations were exceeded in every regard. The phone app for accessing your room is very convenient and pretty cool. The courtyard is so nice and well maintained. The smores kits and fire pits are such a fun touch. The pizza at The Wheelhouse was so so good. Great proximity to the beach and area businesses. Will definitely stay again next time I'm in the area.


Exceeded expectations

Reviewed 31 july, 2022

My husband and I were pleasantly surprised by this charming boutique hotel. We were warned by the owner that the hotel was older but remodeled. We found it to be extremely clean with high quality towels, bedding and mattress. We were happy to learn there was a separate sitting area with a couch bed too. The grounds are kitchy and fun. The bar had great drinks and yummy pizza. The south end location is close enough to walk to coffee, lunch or dinner. We would definitely stay here again.


Would definitely go back

Reviewed 29 july, 2022

If you are looking for luxury, this might not be your place. But if you’re looking for simple, clean with friendly staff then book a room here! Yes the walk to the beach is a little further than some people might like, but it never says ocean front property. The walk was not bad at all. If my French bulldog can do it so can you. Really wonderful place. We will be back.


Could be cleaner...

Reviewed 27 august, 2021

I love the rustic setup of the room and the area and even the contactless check in.. however, I noticed that the tiles in the restroom and shower are moldy... also I found a long strand of blonde hair on the bed as I was laying on it (I have black hair). An outlet in the bedroom not working which is not a big deal but I think they should work more on the cleanliness...


Family Reunion 2021

Reviewed 18 august, 2021

We held our family reunion in August 2021 at the Anchor Inn. We rented all of the rooms in the main building and were able to have exclusive use of the dining hall and the back patio. We loved that. There was enough space for our group of about 40 people. They had folding tables and enough chairs to accommodate us as well as a refrigerator in the shed for our use. We ate 8 meals as a group in the dining hall and packed lunches each day for our outings. We had group games, family slide shows, accordion music and made ice cream. We loved the starry ceilings in the rooms, the fire pits in front and back, the s'mores packages, the popcorn machine, the corn hole games, the trails behind the Inn, the decor in front, the Adirondack chairs in front (wish there had been more in back). Parking was plentiful and convenient. Access to the beach---kind of close, about a 10 minute walk. The fastest way to get there is turning left onto Hwy 101 and then left at the 2nd street and then another left at the next 2nd street. There are about 75 steps down to the beach. We spent our beach day at Roads End Beach (with plentiful parking, bathrooms, easy access, nice large, sandy beach). We didn't have access to the kitchen---which would have been a huge plus for our group----but we cooked all of our meals with their grill, our crockpots, our instapots, and the microwaves in the rooms (plus a gas stove we brought for the patio). Our food prep committee worked hard to have meals mostly ready before the reunion. (Menus pulled off with this equipment: haystacks, pulled pork sandwiches, taco salad, grilled chicken, fish fry, pancakes, oatmeal). While we didn't try the pizza from their kitchen, it looked good. There was a sink in the dining hall and a bathroom (there were two, but one was out of order the whole time). We had issues with electrical outlets on multiple days, but Salome was very quick and pleasant about helping us resolve those issues. She was also very nice to bring us a cooler with ice for our meals---much appreciated. The beds were comfortable. The hide-a-beds less so. The place was older, but clean. Some descriptions used by my family included: super cute, a bit small and crowded for 40 (speaking of the dining hall), fabulous, perfect for quality family time, rustic, quaint. Teresa and Salome were the people I worked with most when planning this reunion. They were both spectacular and made me confident that we would have a successful reunion at this venue. They were quick to respond to emails, phone calls, and during the reunion. They were cheerful and competent and pleasant. We will all have good memories of this time together.

Rene J