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Officer's Inn

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29 Aug 2012
“You'll love this if you're in to military history!”
23 Jun 2012
“The highlight was the guest guide book.”
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Reviewed 30 August 2012

The Officers Inn is a very different B&B. All the military paraphenalia might be threatening to some people, but the history is fascinating. This place doesn't have all the small amenities that one expects at a first class B&B, but a night there is a...More

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Reviewed 24 June 2012

We stayed two nights at the Officer's Inn in Hammond. There is an absolutely hysterical guidebook that's somewhat fact and somewhat tongue and cheek. We laughed until we cried reading it! That was, though, the highlight of the Officer's Inn. They do have family sized...More

2  Thank TeacherTamiMc
Reviewed 13 September 2011

We enjoyed our stay...The sit down breakfast with all the guests was something we haven't experienced before.. Though we learned of some sites along the way down the coast .... Comfortable beds and lots of hot water...Very welcoming

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Reviewed 28 August 2011

Stayed here in November of 2009. Its a very cute historical victorian style home. The family who owns it was welcoming and great to speak with, She even had some snacks and Officer Inn wine waiting for us when we arrived! The beds were very...More

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Located on the Oregon Coast near Astoria, this luxury Bed and Breakfast was originally built at Fort Stevens in 1905 as housing for Army Officers and their families.
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