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Prices are reasonable. The view is to die for! The staff is amazing. Rooms are very cozy. Only problem is there is allot of people seem to live there. Allot of people in and out all night long Seems to be allot of drinking
I will start with the good.The location is great.Bed very comfortable.Heater stove works great.The bad is the property is very worn,couches,desks,old stuff in the hallway of residential side.Exposed wiring,dry rot,pool and hot tub not working and locked.No ice available.And heres an example of the customer...More
We've stayed in Gold Beach a bunch of times, but first time at the Beachcomber. They were AWESOME! Jacquie had a ready smile, great attitude, and honored our Expedia price, then immediately upgraded us to an ocean view room (I think they're all pretty much...More
Well the sink in the room was blocked, there was sparks flying from the hairdryer, one bed was dirty and the dogs next door barked constantly. The staff tried to say the bed was just 'stained' not dirty. Definitely in need of some serious repairs...More
USD 75 - USD 117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hmmm, it seems that many of the ground level rooms would be accessible for a handicapped person. In fact, my latest visit was with my friend who is legally blind. We were in a ground floor room,(?107?) right off the parking... More
Hmmm, it seems that many of the ground level rooms would be accessible for a handicapped person. In fact, my latest visit was with my friend who is legally blind. We were in a ground floor room,(?107?) right off the parking lot and had no problems. A wheelchair wouldn't be that much of a challenge in my opinion.