Clean, respectful, and adventurous travelers - come and stay with us!
At the Itty Bitty Inn, we make lifelong friends with those who visit our inn. - Totally feel free to do the robot with us.
We are located right on Route 101.
Located south of the McCullough Bridge, in North Bend, Oregon, the Itty Bitty Inn provides a safe, clean, and cozy atmosphere for travelers of Oregon's Coastal Highway, since 1950.
We include Oregon made products such as locally made soaps and locally roasted coffee, in each room. Our vintage vibe features bicycles and record players and rebuilt Atari 2600's that are available for guest use!
Our 24 hour check-in sevice makes your arrival super easy, anytime you arrive. We have 5 rooms at our inn, each with a small fridge, microwave, flat screen TV, free WiFi, and a large counter that makes a great work or dining space.
Private car and bicycle parking awaits your arrival at our inn.
Check out our borrow-a-growler and try on some craft beverages at the growler-fill station, just across the street!
We have bicycle cruisers we loan to our guests who might want to cruise to the park or the bookstore or the pub.
Our house policies include: no smoking - no pets - and no smoking pets.
Our guests enjoy using our inn as a base camp for their local adventures. C'mon out and give us a try!
More amenities have arrived for our newly themed Star Trek - USS Enterprise Room!
Vintage comic book and record sets have arrived and our guests are invited to share in their cheesy goodness!
The stories played from the tinny speakers of the record player pair remarkable well with a locally brewed amber ale, btw.
Finding the Star Trek Room at the Itty Bitty Inn is easy, we are located one mile north of the Mill Casino and Hotel.
Welcome the USS Enterprise Room (NCC-1701) to the Itty Bitty Inn!
The first phaser...er, I mean phase is complete!
Next - our fully interactive Star Trek Enterprise stage props will be arriving, lighted and with sound - from a custom builder in Connecticut!
Famed muralist and son of the Pacific Northwest, Simon Whiteowl has returned to the Itty Bitty Inn to paint the walls and artwork, where no hotel room has gone before!
In this room we have honored Ensign Rizzo from Star Trek's original series (he was part of a landing party exploring Argus X in season 2). We believe some of Ensign Rizzo's final duties may have included helping visiting dignitaries who were staying aboard the Enterprise before going on his away mission. In this case, he is shown holding the towel rack for our room guests.
This Star Trek inspired room is located in Room #3 at the Itty Bitty Inn in North Bend, Oregon which is 1 mile north of The Mill Casino and Hotel and 23 miles north of Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Bandon, Oregon.
Live Long and Prosper!
Visitors to Coos County are often surprised to learn that besides being home to blackberries and salmonberries and thimbleberries and huckleberries and blueberries...we are ALSO cranberry country, which is why we feature a locally crafted cranberry cider!
We also have a decadent Northwest amber ale, brewed by Seven Devils Brewing located 3 miles south of us, in Coos Bay, Oregon.
Both of these draft taps are available to guests at the inn as we encourage pairing a pint (or two) with some vintage Atari Space Invaders or Donkey Kong!
Our Tesla charging stations are installed, tested, and fully operational.
Being able to attract electric vehicles for free car-charging at the inn has been a long time goal for us and now...we have two, Level 2 charging stations and were added onto Tesla's Destination Charging network last week!
We are so stoked and even more stoked to meet the fun owners of these cars as we welcome them (and everyone) into our Itty Bitty family.
After becoming approved by Tesla to install their charging stations, we learned that we would be the very first Tesla charging site in North Bend.
You can find us located south of the McCullough Bridge and north of the Public Library on Sherman Avenue, in North Bend, Oregon!
Each of our rooms enjoy a mid-century theme.
Room #2's 1950s Country-Americana feel is subtle and hip. Room #3 is decorated in 1960s Modern, Room #4 is 1960s Tiki, and Room #5 is Disco 70s!
So, that leaves Room #1. For the longest time, Room #1 was decorated with 1950s flair, but we got bored of that and decided to make it a tiki room - yet different than room #4.
Now - making her debut in full 1960s tiki regalia, we present a new Tiki Room at the Itty Bitty Inn. Special thanks goes to many vintage shoppe owners, such as Fat Cat Antiques in North Bend and Leaf's Tree House and antique mall in Coos Bay. Also, a very warm thanks to Etsy vendor Dragonfly Gypsy Soul for our "new" vintage wall clock and sconces in Room #1. Dragonfly's sweet collection of 50's Atomic and 60's Mod decor rolls deep. The wall clock, scones and wall art wrap up the final details in Room #1's mid-century tiki transition - and there's plenty of warm cheer here!