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SPACIOUS ROOMS & PANORAMIC VIEWS

Nestled in the trees, overlooking the heart of Florence, Oregon, our hilltop setting provides a panoramic view and a memorable experience. We are centrally located near beautiful ocean beaches, Three Rivers Casino, Old Town, Florence's Events Center, and the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. Not to mention, it's just a short walk to restaurants, micro brews, local shops, art galleries, museums, and the Siuslaw River with it's historic bridge.

Newly built in 1998 and 2008, the Inn has 12 unique rooms. Styles range from cute and cozy single queens, to sunny and spacious suites with separate bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens or kitchenettes. Guests love our new deluxe rooms with in-room spa-tubs.

Private use of our spa building at the edge of the woods is included with your reservation and a healthy, hearty continental breakfast is served every morning. It's no wonder Sunset Magazine rated the Landmark Inn as the "nicest place to stay in Florence."
UPGRADED FLAT SCREEN TVS
HEARTY CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
QUIET OFF-HIGHWAY LOCATION
DELUXE ROOMS WITH SPA TUBS
ALL ROOMS NONSMOKING
TRIPLE-SHEETING ON ALL BEDS
CENTRALLY LOCATED
DEPENDABLE WiFi
COMPLIMENTARY COFFEE & TEA

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HIKING

The Central Oregon Coast offers a variety of hiking experiences. With over 44 trails to choose from you'll encounter old growth trees, native vegetation, amazing views, and maybe even some Pacific Northwest wildlife.

BEACHES

Tide-pooling, horseback riding, kite flying, boogie boarding, surfing, kite boarding, sandcastle building, and sunset walks are just a few examples of how you can enjoy some much-needed beach time!
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SHOPPING & MORE

Local shops, restaurants, museums, and attractions are just a quick 7-minute walk away. You'll love exploring everything Florence's "Old Town" has to offer, along with the Boardwalk Marketplace, and the Pioneer Museum.