We have a total of 59 rooms here at the Inn at Cannon Beach. You can find a complete listing of all our rooms in the “During Your Stay” section.
The information below will help you become better acquainted with your room. If you have any questions or need assistance, please don’t hesitate to call the Front Desk (dial “0” on your phone).
Air Conditioning & Fans
The need for air conditioning is so infrequent in Cannon Beach, that only eighteen of our rooms come equipped with air conditioning [151-160, 251-260]. In rooms without air conditioning, there are personal fans in the closets for your use.
In the rooms equipped with air conditioning, the units are operated with remote controls mounted on the walls near the units themselves. Make sure the desired setting is selected by pressing the “Mode” button.
The “On/Off” button controls the power.
To set the desired temperature, use the up and down arrow keys. Press the ‘arrow down’ key (called “Too Warm”) to lower the displayed temperature. Likewise, press the ‘arrow up’ key (called “Too Cold”) to raise the current temperature. Now you are ready to fine tune a couple things. Select and press “Fan” to control the four speeds. Select and press the button labeled “Vane” to adjust the direction of the vents and airflow.
Please let us know if you would like assistance
To set your alarm, press down the “alarm” button on the top of your clock. While holding, press the “hour” and “minute” buttons to select the desired time. Wake-up calls are also available; simply dial “0” to inquire at the Front Desk.
Baby Cribs (Pack N’ Play)
For our smallest guests, we have portable Pack N’ Plays available by request and free of charge.
Located in the bathrooms, feel free to dry your hair or anything else that is wet.
To start your day off right, each morning we prepare a generous assortment of choices – among them is an array of breakfast cereals, fresh baked bagels, tempting muffins, assorted breads, hard boiled eggs for protein, yogurts, seasonal fresh fruits, juices, steaming hot coffee, assorted teas, hot cider and hot chocolate. Hot breakfast specialty items are rotated daily, so you’re assured a choice of one of the following: toasted waffles with all the yummy toppings, biscuits and gravy, cheese omelets or French toast and all the fixings. The breakfast buffet is available in the North Building breakfast room from 7:00 am – 10:00 am daily. Trays are available if you prefer to take food to your guest room.
Check-in time is 4:00 pm. Check-out time is 12:00 pm, noon. Please check-out at the front office to sign your receipt and verify payment information.
Keurig Coffee Makers & Coffee*
Your room is equipped with a Keurig coffee maker. 1 cup of water = 1 Keurig cup. To operate the Keurig Coffee maker, follow these steps:
» Push “Press to Open” button.
» Place a K-Cup in holder. Do not remove or puncture lid.
» Lower handle until it clicks.
» Fill the tank with water.
» Close the water tank.
» Place cup on black tray, directly beneath spout.
» Press the “Brew” button.
» Wait 3 minutes and enjoy your coffee! If you want more coffee, dial “0.”
*The dishes and utensils have been washed for your convenience. If you would like to further sanitize these items, please contact the Front Desk, dial “0”.
The gas fireplaces do an excellent job of heating the rooms. There is a switch (looks like a light switch) on the wall of the fireplace that ignites/extinguishes the fire.
If the fireplace doesn’t provide enough heat for you, there is an additional heater controlled by the wall thermostat. Just set to desired temperature and relax. Be careful not to put anything directly in front of the heaters, as they can overheat and short out.
The Inn offers wireless internal connectivity for your convenience. During the check-in process you were provided with a password, located on your property map. Simply turn on your laptop and open your internet browser like you would at home. Select the Inn at Cannon Beach as your wireless signal, enter the password, agree to Terms and Conditions, and away you go. This is a complimentary service. There is also a computer station in the lobby for guest use.
Irons and Ironing Boards
Located in your closet. Please remember to unplug the iron as soon as you are finished.
There are two-person jetted tubs in many of our rooms. Press the water stopper down until it catches in the drain. Fill the tub to preferred water level (must be at least 2” above the jets), but do not overfill to avoid spilling. Turn the timer on the wall to ON. Press the center button to turn jets on/ off. To adjust the pressure of the jets, turn the 2 side dials. When you are done, press and release the stopper.
For popcorn and other heating needs, set the chosen cook time, and press the “Start” button. Please, never put metal inside a microwave.
Pillows & Blankets
You will find additional pillows and blankets in the closet and dresser drawers. If more are needed, just dial “0” for the Front Desk.
If you are staying here with your dog, cat, bird, or any other pet, you should receive a pet basket in your room. Since most of our animal visitors are dogs, the baskets aim to meet their needs. They come with a sleeping sheet, doggie towel, and a package of treats and dog “duty” bags. There is also a dog bag dispenser on the south end grass area of our property. Please ask for more doggie towels at the Front Desk rather than using room towels.
There is a temperature dial for the refrigerator on the inside, top shelf of the unit. The dial turns from “Minimum” temperature – warmest, to “Maximum” temperature – the coldest setting.
There is an ice bucket in your guest room and ice machines are available in numerous locations throughout The Inn. For your convenience, there is an ice machine located outside the Art Gallery by the lobby, as well as the 1st and 2nd floor of the north building.
Telephones & Phone Books
Please see card attached to phone for your dialing instructions. Local, room-to-room and emergency calls are free. A blinking red light on your phone means you have a message waiting at the Front Desk.
Press the “Power On” button on the TV itself or on the remote, and you’re good to go.