We added 2 additional loaner-bicycles for our guests' pleasure, during their stay in North Bend - Coos Bay!
Guests at our inn are totally encouraged to take a bike ride down Highway 101 -
Nearby 101 faves such as Books by the Bay/ The Grounds Cafe, Liberty Pub, and the Mossy Rose are a must for visitors of the Itty Bitty Inn!
That's a total of 9 well-tuned bikes we offer guests - mountain bikes, road bikes and beach cruisers.
Our bikes are serviced at Moe's Bike Shop in North Bend, Oregon.
Our new batch of soap just arrived for a fresh (and clean) start in 2015!
MaryJean delivered the soap and brought her pal, Tootie for a visit.
We feature craft soap by MaryJean Anderson's Soap Opera in every room!
***Thank you so much for your hard work MaryJean!***
Add to your Oregon coast adventure - visit our nearby waterfalls!
Make sure to put our local waterfalls on your adventure itinerary - Just minutes up the Coos River Hwy, right outside of North Bend - Coos Bay.
A guest at our inn named Koa sent these pics from her trek to Golden and Silver Falls State Park. Check them out!
***Thank you so much for sending these to us, Koa!***
The sun peeked out today after weeks of gray and rain. This break in the weather reminds us to bring out the bikes that we loan to guests at the inn! Perfect for cruising over to nearby bookstores, pubs, and boutiques along North Bend's highway 101
It's well known to our guests that we feature locally made, artisan chocolates, handmade soaps, and micro roasted coffee and as we add to our artful collection of flair, here at the inn we are super stoked to announce... Drum roll please ...we now feature original art by Oregon's own Khym Christensen!
Her creative medium, this time? She has chosen to display moving splendor onto miniature gourds! - FOR ONLY $6.00!!! - These Khym Christensens will be in our Itty Bitty Inn front lobby for a limited time.
It’s that time of the year once again - and we are not just talking about Christmas!
We are talking about Winter 2014 Whale Watch Week! During the week of December 27-31, hundreds of knowledgeable and helpful Whale Watching Spoken Here® volunteers will be stationed all over the Oregon Coast to help visitors spot migrating gray whales as they make their way south. If you would also like to experience the thrill of seeing a whale, there is no better time to visit, as an estimated 18,000 gray whales will make their annual journey to the Baja lagoons of Mexico.