Simple Pleasures on the Pacific Coast

The Gilbert Inn • Seaside, OR

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Escape Kit

  • A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($115) or Fridays and Saturdays ($135)
  • Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Four Nights

Once upon a time, coastal towns were the heart and soul of the Pacific Northwest. A lot has changed since those days, but Seaside, Oregon, remains as charming as the day members of the Lewis and Clark expedition first settled it.

The historic centerpiece of Seaside is The Gilbert Inn, where you and a companion will spend two nights in a Standard Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($115) or Fridays and Saturdays ($135).

Sail away to luxury and romance at this 120-year-old Victorian gem. Built by the town's Mayor Alexander Gilbert more than a century ago, the inn is Seaside's oldest surviving house. Called "a haven for lovers" by Romantic Homes magazine, The Gilbert retains much of the original structure as well as some of the mayor's personal effects.

You'll be just 300 feet from the soothing waves of the Pacific and only one block from Broadway Street. Plentiful dining options await within walking distance of the inn. Restaurants, diners, coffee shops, and cafes are sprinkled through the town, so you're sure to find something to suit your taste. Stroll to McKeown's Restaurant & Bar for a delightful brunch, or grab some s'mores fixin's at the Turnaround Market for a special campfire on the beach.

A quick drive takes you to Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, where scenic hiking trails and out-of-the-way beaches will bring out your inner explorer. If you're more of a history buff than outdoor adventurer, lose yourself inside Astoria's former city hall building, now home to the Clatsop County Heritage Museum.

We've come a long way in the last century, but the charm of simpler times is closer than you think.

  • "Lovingly restored Victorian home with period furnishings and decorations. The very gracious innkeeper shared the history of the Gilbert family and the origins of the inn."

    -- TripAdvisor


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the fine print

  • Entire value must be used in a single visit
  •  Limit 2 per purchaser, up to 2 additional as gifts
  •  May combine up to 2 vouchers to extend stay
  • Reservations are required and subject to availability
  • Cancellation and changes are not allowed once booking is made with the property
  •  Not valid on existing reservations
  • No guests under the age of 18 allowed
  •  No pets allowed
  • Based on double occupancy
  •  No smoking allowed on property
  • Taxes and fees are not included in the rate and are to be paid directly to the property upon redemption
  • Blackout dates include 11/21-11/24, 2012 (inclusive), all major holidays and holiday weekends
  •  Upgrades may be booked directly with the hotel for an additional fee at the time of booking, based on availability
  • Other conditions apply • PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON December 20, 2012 • Enjoy By December 20, 2012