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Warrenton sits just between Astoria and the Pacific Ocean, on the northernmost tip of the Northern Oregon Coast. While often lumped together with her more popular neighbor to the east and referred to as the "Astoria/Warrenton" region, the town of Warrenton itself is a bit closer to the beach and the region's important historical sites, with fewer crowds.

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The Hidden Treasure 3D Tour
3 Bed | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 6

The Hidden Treasure - Warrenton, OR

From $129
Ocean Delight 3D Tour
1 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Ocean Delight - Warrenton, OR

From $75
Beachcomber Haven 3D Tour
2 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6 (4 Adults Max)

Beachcomber Haven - Warrenton, OR

From $160
Dot's Spot at Sunset Beach 3D Tour
3 Bed | 3.5 Bath | Sleeps 6

Dot's Spot at Sunset Beach - Warrenton, OR

From $192
Lakeview Dunes 3D Tour
3 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 7

Lakeview Dunes - Warrenton, OR

From $117

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Recent Warrenton vacation rental reviews

House has great layout for families, perfect location within walking distance to beach, short drive to Astoria, Fort Stevens and lots of other attractions. Couldn’t ask for more!
Catherine S. | Sep 2021
I loved being away from the crowded beaches! This was such a wonderful quiet place to relax, recharge and a short walk to a private beach. Super nice having the washer and dryer. The bed was super comfortable and cozy! Loved it!
Andrea J. | Sep 2021
After doing more than 30 rentals, I have to say that this one was one of the best. We spent four nights there August 16-20, 2021 and had an awesome time. This place is EXACTLY what the photos on the website show. Big, spacious, roomy...all good words to describe this rental. Place was immaculate when we arrived. They had figured out there was a problem with the electronic door lock before we got there and called to give us a new code as we drove down. They texted later to make sure we had not had any problems. We got in right a 4:00 after stopping for groceries at the Walmart (about a 5 minute drive away along with a Costco and Fred Meyer) but we would advise waiting until you get in and see what is available already. We have never had such a well stocked kitchen. The only thing we wish we had bought were coffee filters. Hope they get some more soon and the right ones. Other than that, we had everything. We saw deer walk across the back yard every day. Sometimes twice a day. It was a longer walk to the beach than we thought it would be. But no big deal. About half a mile. We were also disappointed that bakery that you can see from the driveway was closed Wed and Thurs but I am just saying that to let future renters know. We had read in these reviews that the beds were bad and sagging. Either they replaced them or they had their rentals mixed up. Beds were just fine. TV was great, games and puzzles galore and so much to do nearby. If you go into Seaside we can recommend Ruby's Roadside Grille for the food but not much for the ambience. Service was also excellent. Skip the aquarium. It was old and sad. The seals you get to feed are funny but it's sad to see them like that. We did Captain Kidd's Amusement park and liked the way you could by the rides ala carte. Our kids/grandkids just did the go-carts and LOVED THEM! We also did the Swan Boats on the river but that just gave me a back ache. All in all, this is a GREAT rental except for the hidden costs. You need to know before you get excited about it that the total of taxes and fees was almost $800 which made the total price per night $556 which is outlandish. I know there is nothing they can do about the taxes but the fees were ridiculous. That's only reason we would not come back. Everything else was great.
James B. | Aug 2021

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Natural wonders surround an Oregon Coast vacation rental in Warrenton, which sits on a peninsula crowned by Fort Stevens State Park. The fort was originally constructed during the Civil War era, and now functions solely as a military museum. One of the park's must-see sites is the beached Peter Iredale shipwreck, dating from 1906.

Just to the southwest of Warrenton, Sunset Beach offers miles of uncrowded shoreline ready for beach combing, kite flying, sandcastle building, and, of course, some beautiful sunset views. On the river side of Warrenton to the east, fishing charters and guided boat tours of the Columbia are popular ways to pass the time.

For dining and entertainment, most of the livelier options are found in nearby Astoria or Seaside, but Warrenton does offer a highly regarded sports bar/pizza pub. For those who prefer to cook a meal in their vacation home, the Warrenton Deep Sea Crab & Fish Market is a hidden gem; local fishermen consider it one of the best spots to buy fresh seafood on the Oregon Coast.

A Warrenton vacation rental makes for a great home base, with some of the Northern Oregon Coast's most popular tourist destinations reached in less than an hour. The historical sites (and breweries) of Astoria are just ten minutes away; heading south, the popular Promenade at Seaside and shopping in Cannon Beach can be reached in under half an hour; and the white sands of Long Beach, WA is only thirty minutes north. Portland is just under two hours away, and Seattleites love Warrenton's three-hour proximity for weekend getaways.

Though close to shopping, dining, historic sites, and picturesque beaches, Warrenton offers a less-crowded alternative to the numerous surrounding towns.