Brand new boutique cottage nestled behind a historic 19th century property in the heart of Astoria's Uppertown District. Located just off the Riverwalk, enjoy beautiful sunset walks along Mill Pond and the waterfront. Designated parking at the Firehouse Museum and ample street parking. Steps to restaurants, museums, shopping, entertainment, and panoramic views from the Astoria Column. Take in all the natural beauty and adventure Astoria has to offer.
This 288 sq. ft. studio is stylishly decorated and very comfortable with a queen size daybed, stocked kitchenette, smart TV, Wi-Fi and a floating wood countertop for dining, working or hanging out. It has a new mini split air conditioner with heat pump to keep you comfortable year round. The large bathroom has a brand new large tiled shower with a mural and is stocked with products from the beauty salon in the front of the property. The entrance draws you along a potted garden filled with bamboo, vines and ferns leading to a lovely shared covered deck area with seating and a fountain where you can unwind. The unit is through a gate and up a few stair steps from there with cozy private decking, a café table and chairs.
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In case you're new to the area here's a couple ideas for things to do around town:
Astoria Sunday Market (https://www.astoriasundaymarket.com/about): A combination of a farmer's and artist's market every Sunday downtown during the warmer months.
The Sea Crab House (https://theseacrabhouse.com): A local favorite for seafood.
Mo's (https://ilovemoschowder.com/mos-astoria): Another local favorite for seafood
Thai Me Up by Patta (https://www.thaimeuporder.com/): Good Thai food
Fort George Brewery (https://fortgeorgebrewery.com): Local brewery to unwind at after your northwest adventures, if you like IPAs try the Vortex.
Buoy Beer Company (https://www.buoybeer.com/): Another local brewery but this one is out on the pier.
The Astoria Column (https://astoriacolumn.org): For an incredible view stretching from Saddle Mountain to the Washington coast take some time to climb the column or hike to the area on one of the trails. FYI, a parking pass is $5.
Long Beach, WA (https://smalltownwashington.com/things-to-do-in-long-beach-wa/): Fly a kite, take a surfing lesson or just drive down the nearly 30 miles of beach until you find your perfect spot. This is roughly a 30 minute scenic drive from Astoria.
Bowpicker Fish & Chips (https://bowpicker.com/): I'm not a giant fan of fish & chips but I have friends who rave about this place.
Pelayo's Taqueria (https://www.facebook.com/taqueriapelayos/): A nearby taco truck with good food and good selection.
Hwy 101 (https://www.oregoncoasttravel.net/): The Oregon coast is very scenic all year long. Take a drive and explore some of our natural beauty and small coastal towns. A few places to check out are Seaside, Ecola State Park, Cannon Beach, Oswald West State Park (the short hike to Short Sand Beach is nice).
Jewell Meadows Wildlife Area (https://myodfw.com/jewell-meadows-wildlife-area-visitors-guide): This is a little out of the way but it's a scenic drive and you are pretty much guaranteed to see a large herd of elk beside the road if you arrive near sunrise or sunset in the cooler months.
Fort Stevens State Park (https://stateparks.oregon.gov/index.cfm?do=park.profile&parkId=129): Check out an old ship wreck and enjoy a view of the ocean.