Our Tiki Lounge Room ‘s record player just received some new-old vinyl!
Thank you  in Portland, Oregon for sending these - so here’s a quick sample of Martin Denny ushering that mid-century tiki vibe through the speakers on this portable record player in the Tiki Lounge Room.
C’mon over - let’s have a Mai Tai!
 
 

 
Atari Down! Atari Down!
When an Atari goes out of commission, it’s time to get nerdy!
 
Do you have any game-action-issues w your vintage Atari 2600?
If so, then here’s a vid addressing a common one!
 
So ready yourself some water and your favorite tea because it’s about to get HOT! (I have no idea why I just wrote that)  
 
Here's the link.
 
For Atari action upclose and live, feel free to play some Atari with us at the Itty Bitty Inn, located in North Bend, Oregon - about one mile north of the Mill Casino and a quarter mile south of the McCollough Bridge.

Get your bicycle and bikini (or mankini) ready because this week featues our Coos Bay Bikini Bike Ride Day!

SAT, JUL 4 AT 5:00 PM PDT
More information can be found at the  Fb and events page. 
Also, we'd like to send some love to Moe's Bike Shop in North Bend and thank Moe's 
Thank you 
Moe's Bike Shop
 for taking time to service the inn’s bicycles!
Moe’s is a bicyclist’s dream-come-true for visitors to  who are bicycle trekking along the coastal highway or mountain biking or bike cruising to our local eateries!
Moe's is located 2 blocks north of the Itty Bitty Inn in North Bend, Oregon!

 

 

New books featuring getaway ideas on the Oregon Coast have arrived at the inn!

Now our guests traveling north or south along the coast will have great stop-see-eat-and-stay ideas provided by our very own, North Bend author Kim Cooper Findling, whose new book arrived at the inn this morning!

The pages are stocked with adventures - where new visitors and longtime Oregon Coast residents will find exciting activities and lost secrets revealed along our coastal pockets!

A little footnote regarding Kim Cooper Kindling:

She went to school with me at Bangor Elementary here in North Bend, Oregon and I remember her being very kind and smart and outgoing and everyone in our class considered her a friend. Her father (Dr. Cooper) taught at our local Southwest Oregon Community College, which we'd call SWOCC.

Dr. Cooper would invite our classes on special field trips where he'd teach us about the flora and fauna native to our Oregon coast. 

Years ago, I remember being in my kitchen in El Paso, Texas, washing dishes and listening to NPR. I think the show I was listening to was Fresh Air with Terry Gross...and being interviewed on NPR was an author talking about her new book, growing up in a small town on the Oregon Coast. The stories the author was sharing were not unlike those from my own sweet memories. When they were about to take a break in the show, the author's name is mentioned and I was like ohhhh my God, Kimberly Cooper? I went to school with her!   

It may not seem like a big deal. But it warmed my heart. My parents and school and town helped make my childhood magical. And Kim and her father were part of that.

 

Make your visit to the Oregon Coast extraordinary during the day or the evening!

Surprise your partner - Let's plan  a live music and wine date  or crab feast  or a guided kayak or boat tour on the bay - Oregon style!

From birthday parties to anniversary celebrations, we also invite local food and beverage crafters to help us help you create remarkable experiences during your stay on Oregon's Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston!

We have friends who play the harp and the accordian and the dulcimer and they are all down to put on a private concert for you - or for the whole inn!

We have friends who are local chefs and brewers and vinyard owners who are stoked to help you make a special mini event, tailored just for you at the Itty Bitty Inn!

Dine-in at the Inn, or go out to eat before or after your event.

BTW...The Itty Bitty Inn is located 3.5 miles north of the Blue Heron Bistro in Coos Bay, Oregon.

 

Meet the owners of The Bigfoot Adventures!

These seasoned guides now offer tours for guests at the Itty Bitty Inn, following a recent Sasquatch sighting in nearby woods, 

On these tours guests will learn to use noise augmentation and tracking equipment, practice various calls that Sasquatches are known to use, while at a camp site set up by the tour guides.  Various tour times and locations are offered that orbit the latest sighting of Bigfoot.

Perhaps after a tour, guests meet at the fire pit at our local Seven Devils brewpub to gather round' and share Bigfoot stories!

The Itty Bitty Inn is located 3.6 miles north of Seven Devils Brewery in Coos Bay, Oregon.