$180, and there is NO A/C. It's been a hot muggy day and there is no A/C. There is a ceiling fan, a small bath window, and a good size front window in a room 14'x12' that has been nicley remodeled, recently it looks like. Who rents a room with no A/C anymore. After a hot, humid day on the coast, I want a cool room and a shower. I would not have rented the room if the staff had said there was no AC, especially for $180. The office closes at 9pm and check out is at 10am in a key drop. Staff is not around after 9 or in the morning for check out.
I would rate my experience at the Waldport Inn as a solid 3 out of 5 stars. Upon check-in, the front desk attendant was notably welcoming and offered valuable restaurant recommendations that enriched our stay. Our room was tastefully adorned and impeccably clean, contributing to a pleasant overall ambiance. The bed, with its medium-firmness, provided a comfortable night's sleep. The presence of ample parking spaces, including a carport equipped with several EV chargers, is a commendable feature for eco-conscious travelers. The Inn's prime location, situated directly on Highway 101 in town, is undeniably a major asset, although you can hear the highway traffic at night, even though the posted speed is 25mph. The Inn's proximity to cafes, restaurants, shops, and the beach makes it a convenient and enjoyable destination. However, to elevate this already commendable experience, I would recommend the implementation of a continental breakfast or, at the very least, an upgrade in the quality of in-room coffee offerings. Regrettably, the reason I cannot grant a perfect 5-star rating lies in the remarkably thin walls separating rooms. This acoustic deficiency led to an intrusive level of noise transfer, where every sound from neighboring rooms felt as if it were transpiring within our own space. Conversations, sneezing, restroom use, and TV watching from adjacent rooms were all too audible, greatly hindering our ability to unwind and relax. It was evident that if we could hear our neighbors so clearly, they were also privy to our activities. I wholeheartedly recommend that the Inn prioritize soundproofing enhancements as an urgent measure to address this issue. Unfortunately, it is this single, significant drawback that dissuades us from considering a return stay. In summary, the Waldport Inn offers many commendable attributes, including friendly service, well-appointed rooms, and an enviable location. However, until the issue of soundproofing is resolved, we regrettably won't be returning guests.
I booked two different rooms and both of them smelled like cigarettes. Absolutely disgusting. The staff smokes as well and no joke laughed about it when I brought it to their attention. The owner and the other worker both own mustangs and they think they're super cool. Revving up all loud at nights. I asked the woman that was working how the restaurants are, and She put down everything around her and said go to Newport. There's great restaurants there and that's where I live. I definitely will not be staying at this place ever again.
Clean and update rooms with quality linens and bedding in great condition. The bed was comfortable and the in-room coffee was good. Earplugs were provided in the room and that helped with the noise level though not enough. Road noise and noise from the rooms above and next to us were an issue for us. Great price. All was great except for the noise.
Recent remodel, the place looks great!! Very clean and service was amazing! However sound proofing was not their top priority. They even leave ear plugs in the room.