Dog Friendly Lodging in Lincoln City, Oregon

Dog Friendly Lodging in Lincoln City, Oregon

This post has been updated on my other blog, Pacific Northwest Photoblog at Lincoln City Dog Friendly Hotels. That post is much more up to date and includes more hotels and information.

I’m not sure who provides this information, but this is gleaned from a brochure provided by the city of Lincoln City.

All Seasons Vacation Rentals small dogs only

Ashley Inn Also has Tillamook Location

Captain Cook Inn no pitbulls or cats; no unattended pets

Chinook Winds Casino Resort Hotel no pets in suites

City Center Motel (no web site)

Coast Inn Bed and Breakfast 1 room only; well-behaved dogs

Coho Oceanfront Lodge 10 room; under 25 pounds; 1 pet only

Crown Pacifiq Motel Depoe Bay location also; 10 rooms; doggie treats

Edgecliff Motel

Ester Lee maximum of 2 pets per room; 26 pet rooms

The Hideaway no limitations; 6 rooms

Historic Anchor Inn

Horizon Rentals also has locations in Pacific City, Neskowin, Bend, Gleneden Beach, Lincoln Beach, Depoe Bay and Otter Rock

Inn at Wecoma

Lincoln City Inn

Looking Glass Inn maximum 2 per room; dog basket (I highly recommend this one)

Motel 6 friendly pets

O’dysius Hotel 1 pet per room; under 20lbs, 8 rooms

Oregon Beach House Rentals small to large dogs welcome; doggie treats

Overlook Motel no more than 2 dogs per room; 8 rooms

Palace Inn & Suites 2 dogs per room under 25lbs; 6 rooms

Sailor Jack’s Hidden Cove 2 pets per room; up to 25lbs

Salishan Resort

Sea Echo Motel 2 pets per room maximum; 35 rooms

Seagull Motel

West Coast Inn (no website) 2 rooms; less than 25lbs

Review – Fulio’s Pastaria-Tuscan Steak, Astoria Oregon

Review – Fulio’s Pastaria-Tuscan Steak, Astoria Oregon

Fulio’s Pastaria-Tuscan Steak 1149 Commercial St, Astoria, OR 97103 Google Map

Fulio’s is not your typical Italian place. It’s a bit of a hole in the wall location. You can easily walk by and not notice it. But inside is has a very nice atmosphere.

They have a nice wine selection and an amply stocked bar. Where Fulio’s shines though is that their food is not the same as every other Italian place in the world. They have some real innovative items on the menu. My personal favorite is sausage with noodles in a mustard cream sauce.

Another good option is almost the same dish, but with tomato cream sauce with no meat. Other options are on the menu, including several original salads and best of all, an ample selection for the vegetarians. Which is amazing in itself considering Astoria qualifies as a small town.

This place is so good that we’ve driven to Astoria several times just for the food and I never go through Astoria without stopping here.