Welcome to Myrtle Trees MotelNestled in the heart of Myrtlewood country, the Myrtle Trees Motel offers a quiet and serene setting on the breathtaking Oregon coastal range. There are many sights to see and things to do in this area from great fishing on the Coquille River to beach combing on the ocean shore just 25 minutes away. The Myrtle Trees Motel has 28 rooms to suit just about anyone's needs for a restful and enjoyable stay. The motel overlooks wetlands visited by great white egret, blue heron, geese, deer and eagles.  During the winter the wetlands fill to make an enchanting lake that will be visited by hundreds of ducks. Click here for Yahoo local dining results http://local.yahoo.com/results;_ylt=A9j8fJ2V2C1KvkQB4xyGNcIF;_ylv=3?p=Restaurants&csz=Myrtle+Point%2C+OR


This charming 28 unit motel is nestled among the Myrtlewood trees, and sits just blocks from city center Myrtle Point. It overlooks the Coquille Valley Registered wetlands and is a haven for bird lovers, artists and spectators alike. It’s not uncommon to spot the great egret, blue heron, many varieties of birds, ducks, geese, bald eagles, deer or a herd of Elk. Be sure to bring your binoculars so you can enjoy the entire habitat from your room or the picnic tables. For bird sightings click here. All of our rooms have been recently renovated and come with the following amenities: 1 and 2 bed rooms include a microwave, refrigerator, 43” flat screen TV and free Wi-Fi. We also offer free coffee in the office to jump start your day, as well as all rooms come with a scenic view. Our rooms are entirely non-smoking and very clean, comfortable and reasonably priced. With the quiet, casual and relaxing atmosphere here many people feel like they’re on a retreat. We’re located within minutes from the Coquille River, famous for its steelhead fishing. We’re also within 30 minutes from the famous Bandon Dunes Golf course and ocean. The southern Oregon coastal area is very popular for the sand dunes, clamming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, agate and rock collecting, gold panning, hiking, wild flowers, waterfalls, whale watching and the famous Shore Acres gardens. Many bicyclists enjoy the hilly area, breathtaking views and challenging routes this area has to offer. Highway 42 is the main thoroughfare for tourists wanting to travel to or from Crater Lake and the coast. We also have one of the largest concentration of Myrtle Trees in our area. Come relax and enjoy the friendly service from our staff.

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