Stay At The Oregon Coast Modern For a Dreamy Ocean Escape

The Oregon Coast Modern is one of the most artistic and beautiful Airbnbs on the Oregon Coast! From the bold & black interior design to the massive windows, this cabin blends modern and natural aesthetics into one dreamy getaway.

In this post, we’re sharing our favorite features of the Oregon Coast Modern, and ways for you to experience this stay, too (and of course, tons of photos!)

Oregon Coast Modern Livingroom
Emily Mandagie on deck of Oregon Coast Modern, Manzanita Oregon

Oregon Coast Modern Exterior

Where is the Oregon Coast Modern?

Located in the cozy community of Manzanita, Oregon, this stunning modern cabin sits tucked away in the trees, but it’s still located minutes from the shore

On a clear day, you can see the waves crashing at Neahkahnie Beach in the distance, while being safely nestled between moss-covered trees and large green ferns.

The cabin is a stark and beautiful contrast to the surrounding landscape. The sharp, black lines of the house command attention while the lush green landscape softens the corners into a dreamy escape. You feel plucked from the outside world and dropped right into a Pacific Northwest oasis!

Surrounding the area are tons of beautiful Oregon Coast hikes, vantage points, and beach access. Some of the coolest nearby trails include Elk Flats Trail, Neahkahnie Mountain, and the popular Short Sand Beach. You can use Oregon Coast Modern as a home base for several beautiful day trips around the area!

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How To Get To Oregon Coast Modern

The Oregon Coast Modern is incorporated in the small coastal community of Manzanita and Nehalem.

It’s easy to reach, right off the Oregon Coast Highway 101. This makes a stay here very convenient, especially if you are planning an Oregon Coast road trip and driving the entire length of the state!

Because it’s a private home, we’re not going to share the exact address here. In order to visit, you will have to book a stay on VRBO, and you’ll receive all the details upon your booking!

Ready to book now? Book your stay at the Oregon Coast Modern right here!

Details inside the Oregon Coast Modern

To help you plan, here are some distances from other major cities and towns on the Oregon Coast:

  • Distance from Manzanita to Cannon Beach, Oregon: 14.5 miles (20-minute drive)
  • Distance from Manzanita to Portland, Oregon: 85 miles (1-hour 45-minute drive)
  • Distance from Manzanita to Salem, Oregon: 101 miles (2-hour 10-minute drive)
Oregon Coast Modern Exterior

Oregon Coast Modern Interior

What Can You Expect At The Oregon Coast Modern?

So, what can you expect at the Oregon Coast Modern? This large cabin can hold quite a few people (6 to be exact), so you can stay with your entire family or a small group of friends. This is a multi-level home, with many sets of stairs to access different parts of the house. Be prepared to go up and down the stairs multiple times a day!

For starters, there are three bedrooms. The master bedroom takes up the bottom level with an ensuite (with dreamy heated bathroom floors!), a private deck, and a private living area.

The second floor holds two bedrooms and a small bathroom. While the bathroom may look small, it cleverly utilizes every inch, with a mini corner sink, and a full-tiled room to convert into a shower.

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First Bedroom in Oregon Cabin
Second Bedroom in Oregon Cabin

The top level holds the main living room with a fireplace, full kitchen, dining area, and a deck with an outdoor barbecue.

This is where Berty and I spent most of our time! We hopped between preparing meals, reading books by the windows, and working on our computers at the dining table.

Throughout the house, you can expect to see modern touches in the decor, furniture, and color choices.

Owned by artists, this house is a reflection of its owners and their careful attention to detail and hospitality.

Livingroom in Oregon Coast Modern

Our Favorite Features At The Oregon Coast Modern

Oregon Coast Modern is a unique and contemporary coastal retreat, right on the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Here are some of our favorite features of the house, and what we think you might like during your stay, too:

Oregon Coast Cabin Exterior

The Exterior

The exterior of the house is wrapped with black shakers, with a cedar walkway that leads to the main door of the cabin. If you walk around the property, you’ll notice that each level has its own private deck areas, so guests can enjoy equal amounts of time inside and outside for the full Oregon Coast experience.

Coming in late winter, we weren’t able to see all the plants around the house in bloom, but tiny buds and bright green leaves make it easy to imagine this place bursting with color in the spring and summer!

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Large Windows in Oregon Coast Cabin
Floor to ceiling windows

Large Windows

The house brings nature right up to the windows, by putting the moss-covered tree trunks and greenery on full display.

You’ll feel like you are up in a treehouse! On every level of the house, you have nearly floor-to-ceiling windows. This way, you can sit and read by the windows and feel connected to nature, even if it’s raining outside!

Modern Light Fixture

Modern Touches

This mid-century modern house is filled with special touches everywhere you look!

Snake plants and pothos bring a little greenery indoors and hand-woven Edison bulb lanterns bring ambiance to an evening. Everything from the globe light fixtures to towel hooks have been thoughtfully chosen, creating a luxury feel fit for the perfect Pacific Northwest getaway.

Emily Mandagie sitting in livingroom in Oregon Coast Modern
Berty Mandagie eating lunch

Top Floor Living Space

Admittedly, our favorite space at the Oregon Coast Modern has to be the top-floor living space.

The cozy seating and huge windows were so inviting, and we found ourselves lounging, reading, and snapping pictures until the sunset. If we were here with friends, this would be the perfect space to gather, cook together, and spend time together with its wide-open floor plan and inviting spaces.

Emily Mandagie at Cannon Beach in Oregon

Outdoor Opportunities Near the Oregon Coast Modern

There are so many incredible things to do on the Oregon Coast, and below, we’re sharing some of the closest adventures you can take near the Oregon Coast Modern in Manzanita!

Hike To The Neahkahnie Mountain

Neahkahnie Mountain is directly north of Manzanita, boasting some of the most stunning Oregon Coast photography locations. It’s a challenging hike (3 miles with nearly 1000 elevation gain) but the viewpoint at the top is worth every step!

For easier hikes, consider the nearby Elk Flats Trail, or drive north to Oswald West State Park for more easy trails.

Spend a Day at Cape Kiwanda in Pacific City

An hour’s drive south will bring you to one of Oregon’s most adventurous beaches – Cape Kiwanda! Pacific City is a really accessible area, with a large beachfront, easy parking, and plenty of food options for a fun day at the beach.

Just north of the beach is Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area, with incredible opportunities to explore. Here, you can climb up sand dunes, watch paragliders, explore tide pools at low tide, and take great pictures. Pack a picnic and enjoy a snack on this popular beach!

Spend a Day at Cannon Beach on the Oregon Coast

Arguably THE most popular Oregon Coast beach, Cannon Beach is the perfect place to visit on a day trip from Manzanita. Just a 20-minute drive north brings you to the popular walkable beach, with the iconic Haystack Rock towering just offshore.

For a little more adventure, visit the north side of the beach at Ecola State Park, and explore some trails like Crescent Beach Trail or Clatsop Loop Trail to Indian Beach for some secluded, private beaches.

Have you checked into the Oregon Coast Modern yet? What was your experience like? Tell us in the comments below!


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