Where Grown Up Goonies Stay

While reliving our Goonies loving youth, my Husband and I had the pleasure of spending two nights at The Cannon Beach Hotel. Located just behind the Haystack Rock from the famous coin scene in “The Goonies.” It’s the ultimate spot to relive your 80’s youth in luxury.

Haystacks Rock from the "The Goonies."
Haystack Rock from the “The Goonies.”

Part of the Unique Inns B&B program it’s been around since 1914. Just a little factoid that lets you know, they’ve had plenty of practice at perfecting charm, warmth and hospitality.

The Cannon Beach Hotel
The Cannon Beach Hotel
Lobby
Lobby

All the little details are attended to. From sweet touches like Salt Water Taffy on sea shells to practical needs like quick dry hair towels. It’s all anticipated and there waiting for you the minute you walk into your room.

Sweet Touches
Sweet Touches

A Fireplace and four-poster bed full of clean, cool, fluffy white linens lull you to sleep as memories of  “The Goonies” run through your head.

Four Poster Bed of Goonies Dreams
Four Poster Bed of Goonies Dreams

In the mourning, a bear claw bathtub or a high-pressure rain shower turn morning rituals to into a spa-worthy experience.

Perhaps the best part, breakfast is an absolute homemade feast! Built into the front of the hotel, the Cannon Beach Cafe gets it right from the first sip to the last bite. Homemade granola, freshly baked scones, and daily egg dishes are served up French Bistro style by the friendliest staff in all of Oregon.

If it sounds like I’m singing their praises, I am. We had a such a romantic stay that I desired nothing more than to make the experience last. Thankfully with the Granola and quick dry hair towels for sale in the lobby, you can!

Thanks for the amazing stay Cannon Beach Hotel. We hope to be back your way soon. Like really soon, we’re headed to Oregon come September and for these Goonies, there is no other place to stay in Cannon Beach.

Piccola & Bello

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