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Welcome to the Itty Bitty Inn on the Oregon Coast!

You can MAKE YOUR RESERVATION directly through our website or call us at (541) 756-6398.  Thank you!

We're proud to be awarded Yelp's #1 Budget hotel in the U.S.!

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.

By supporting us, you are helping us help organizations like Oregon Coast Community Action (ORCCA) and Coos Community Radio and Coos Bay Shakespeare in the Park and many others.

We are a charming retronon-fancygeek chic motel located on Route 101.

The Itty Bitty Inn is a 1/4 mile south of the McCullough Bridge, in North Bend, Oregon, and we continue to provide a safe, clean, and comfortable 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.

We have 5 THEMED 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.

Free car and bicycle parking awaits your arrival. Please call ahead to reserve a Tesla Destination Charger.

Check out our borrow-a-growler and try our draft beer and cider taps - yep, we have our own growler station!

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.

Included in the total cost of your room reservation is a 20% non-refundable deposit for reservations made in during the summer months or in excess of 30 days from your scheduled stay. If you've questions, give us a ring!

Our guests enjoy using our inn as a base camp for their local adventures. C'mon out and give us a try!


Thank you so much, KLCC for stopping by and interviewing us!

Our inn provides robust experiences to visitors as we link them to quality tours and shoppes and eateries nearby.

C’mon down and celebrate your geeky self and visit our friends for fanciful feasts at the Wildflour Public House located 3 blocks south of the Itty Bitty Inn! 

Or take in some live Celtic music each Wednesday at the Liberty Pub located 4 blocks south of the Itty Bitty Inn!

Or call us for a deep pocket full of adverturous ideas taken from roads less traveled.

The audio version of this is also on the link below:

For many travelers, a hotel is little more than a place to rest between adventures. But for a growing group of fans, a North Bend hub of hospitality isthe adventure…whether it’s a groovin’ 70s flashback or to boldly go where no one has gone before. In our Labor Day holiday weekend feature, KLCC pays a visit the Itty Bitty Inn.”

Are you making plans to drive your Tesla along the Oregon Coast on your next vacation adventure?

If so, remember that we have TWO charging stations and we are part of Tesla’s Destination Charging network, free for guest use!

Charge your batteries – on the house!

Our charging stations are both rated at 18,000 Volts which will give you about a 40 – 44 miles per hour charged.

These Level 2 chargers are located in our parking lot in front of the rooms on site at the Itty Bitty Inn, approximatley 1/4 mile south of the McCullough Bridge in North Bend and a mile north of the Mill Casino & Hotel in Coos Bay.

We have coffee and tea and wine and beer and cider and Vimto, so come over and chill with us as we take in some infrasonic massage from the dual digeridoos and drumming! Cliff and his wife bring their instruments most Thursdays in the summer time and put on a session for us all to groove to here at the Itty Bitty Inn. Faaaar out, man!

Jam out sessions begin at 7ish and end about 8ish. Bring your sweaters because it gets a little chilly.

The Itty Bitty Inn is located 1/4 mile south of the McCullough Bridge in North Bend, Oregon!

The Itty Bitty Inn has TWO tiki themed rooms celebrating the midcentury exotica genre, and visiting guests often ask us to prepare special tiki drinks for their arrival – how about ordering a Mai Tai or Navy Grog or a Zombie among other tiki-themed drinks available to guests staying at our inn?

Or order the inn’s very own specialty drink (with or without alcohol) – the Tiki Cha-Cha!

Interested in taking home some locally made rum? Be sure to check out the Stillwagon Distillery in Charelston, Oregon which is only 9 miles away from the Itty Bitty Inn!

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 Trekker prop crafter, Jon Simon 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 featured bringing bath towels to our 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!

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