Are you searching for unique places to visit in Oregon? If so, why not check out Clementine’s Bed And Breakfast.
Built-in the mid-1880’s, this B&B has been in existence since the early days of Astoria, Oregon, and has stood the test of time even though the city has seen its share of adventurers, treasure hunters, businessmen and unsavory characters passing through the city over the years.
In the 2020’s, Astoria is a sleepy Oregon Coast city that’s rich in history, and destinations like Clementine’s Bed & Breakfast should be considered to be ‘must visit’ places for anyone who loves history and wants to experience a place that’s also uniquely Oregon.
About Clementine’s Bed & Breakfast
With rates as low as $129 per night, Clementine’s Bed & Breakfast certainly has rates that are comparable with most hotels in Astoria, except this B&B has a lot more character!
Since this bed and breakfast was once a Victorian Inn, you can count on there being plenty of rooms for everyone in your family since the rooms offer a variety of sleeping options.
One of the best rooms is the Dahlia Room because it has a nice balcony with a view of the river and breakfast in the morning.
The rooms here are comfortable and will make you feel at home. This is a good thing because there’s plenty of things to see and do in Astoria from art galleries, restaurants, shops, stores, or long walks along Oregon’s Columbia River.
Best Time Of Year To Visit Astoria
Having lived in Astoria for a time, I can tell you that it’s beautiful all year long, but if you’re wondering when you should visit, I’d suggest coming sometime between September and October because this is usually when the weather is the best.
October is a fun month to visit Astoria because of Halloween and Goonie’s Themed events since the famous movie was filmed here in the early 1980’s along with several others that you may remember from your childhood like Kindergarten Cop.
COVID-19 Update – Clementine’s Bed & Breakfast is open during the pandemic, but some local businesses may still be closed. Before planning your stay at this Oregon B&B, you should take the time to verify which businesses are open and come prepared with a face mask because some businesses may ask you to wear one.