If you like the smell of stale cigarette smoke mixed with fresh cigarette smoke from the moment you enter, this is the place for you. The experience only goes down from there. The Innkeeper showed us around the first floor of the dining area, common area overlooking a marina surrounded by dilapidated warehouses and eventually downstairs to our room: Captain 101. While walking down the steps and walking the narrow hallway to the room, the corners were inhabited with spider webs holding dirt particles. Upon entering the room, we were hit in the face with a very strong musty smell. The furniture was straight out of Goodwill. There is nothing wrong with this type of furniture except when one is paying $260.00 per night, one would not expect such low quality. On the writing table sat a bottle of wine only with the name of Harbor Lights Inn. Who knows what vintage the wine came from or the type of wine it was. Also occupying the desktop were two glasses (that didn’t look to be clean), an open flask of sherry and two small dove chocolates. Anyone evil could have dumped anything into the bottle. The carpeting was so grimy that I couldn’t bring myself to remove my shoes, even for the morning shower. And talking about the facilities, the sink’s stopper didn’t work to hold water for shaving. The tub’s drain backed up with the spent shower water depositing the soap scum on the sides. Gross!!! In the morning, we couldn’t bring ourselves to eat the offered breakfast. If the cleanliness of the Inn was any representation to the quality of the breakfast, we couldn’t even fathom eating the food. We look at this as an experience and try to see the good in it. When a Bed and Breakfast isn’t associated with any associations, this is a red flag. We are staying with Bed and Breakfast establishments listed in booklets like “Select Registry”. We stayed in an extravagant Bed and Breakfast in Cannon Beach for $60.00 less a night the following evening.
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