Storm Watch in Yachats
Monday, December 10, 2012
For years, winter vacationers from around the globe have been traveling to the West Coast for the opportunity to indulge in outstanding, world class accommodation and to witness some of the magnificent storms along the Pacific. Storm watching season typically extends from November to March, with usually 10-15 good storms per month.
Typically, there are 2 types or storm watchers: the relaxed or the adventurer. The relaxed storm watcher is one who happily gazes out at the storm through their big oceanfront window, curled up in a blanket, in front of a crackling fireplace with a good book. The adventurer is one who heads out to meet the storm head on the beach and experiences the power of the wind, watches the giant waves roll in and listens to the symphony of the elements crashing together. So, no matter what type of storm watcher you are (maybe you are a bit of both!) be sure to take advantage of this exceptional entertainment mother nature has to offer and have an experience you will never forget!
For the best storm watching in Oregon stay at:
Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast, Yachats, OR
Constructed, in 1894, this historic B&B is as charming and interesting as it’s delightful innkeeper’s Steven and Michelle Bursey. The B&B is located adjacent to its namesake’s lighthouse and guests are encouraged to explore the property as well as their palettes – a 7 course breakfast that changes with the seasons is included in your stay.
Overleaf Lodge, Yachats, OR
This 50 guestroom resort and full service spa is an oceanfront heaven on earth and is especially perfect for those wanting to truly immerse themselves in Oregon’s pristine central coast. With an expanded continental breakfast and genuinely friendly service, guests are always well taken care of; it’s not hard to see why so many return to the lodge!
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