Vacation Rentals in Bandon (Oregon)

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Hotel for 2 people, kid friendly in Bandon (Oregon)
Hotel for 2 people, kid friendly
1 bedroom1.3mi to the beach
3.9
(106 reviews)
from $77 / night
Hotel for 4 people, with pets in Bandon (Oregon)
Hotel for 4 people, with pets
1 bedroom1.1mi to the beach
4.3
(628 reviews)
from $105 / night
Hotel for 2 people in Bandon (Oregon)
Hotel for 2 people
1 bedroom1mi to the beach
4.2
(221 reviews)
from $77 / night
Hotel for 4 people, with terrace in Bandon (Oregon)
Hotel for 4 people, with terrace
1 bedroom750yd to the beach
4.5
(1117 reviews)
from $100 / night
Hotel for 6 people, with yard and view, with pets in Bandon (Oregon)
Hotel for 6 people, with yard and view, with pets
1 bedroom1mi to the beach
4.4
(708 reviews)
from $108 / night
Vacation rental for 8 people, with terrace and view in Bandon (Oregon)
Vacation rental for 8 people, with terrace and view
4 bedrooms850yd to the beach
3.8
(3 reviews)
from $157 / night
Hotel for 4 people, with yard in Bandon (Oregon)
Hotel for 4 people, with yard
1 bedroom1.3mi to the beach
4.4
(932 reviews)
from $78 / night
Hotel for 2 people, with view and balcony in Bandon (Oregon)
Hotel for 2 people, with view and balcony
1 bedroom1.3mi to the beach
4.6
(202 reviews)
from $118 / night

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Highlights Bandon (Oregon)

  • Oregon coastal town
  • Wildlife and bird watching
  • Old Town and Boardwalk
  • Bandon lighthouse

Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices Bandon (Oregon)

$981for 20 Aug - 27 Aug
$706 annual average
Sep
Oct
Average price per week

Vacation rentals availability Bandon (Oregon)

< 1%for 20 Aug - 27 Aug
0% annual average
Sep
Oct
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Bandon

Experience Bandon with a toasty vacation rental

Located on Oregon’s southern coast where the Coquille River empties out into the Pacific Ocean, Bandon is a whimsical little seaside town also known as the “Cranberry Capital of Oregon”. The Old Town charms with its family-owned boutiques, artisanal shops, and restaurants, while the atmospheric Boardwalk is quite reminiscent of a movie set. Outdoorsy travelers meanwhile will love Bandon’s secluded beaches, wild woods, and streams where they can enjoy year-round hiking, cycling, fishing, and beachcombing. Book a vacation rental on Holidu to enjoy Bandon and its surroundings.

Beachfront vacation properties for all

With pleasant summers and mild winters, Bandon is a four-season destination so you’ll never need to worry about inclement weather. Vacation rentals with beach access are a terrific idea for those who fancy falling asleep to the sound of the waves. Many rentals come fitted with amenities such as Wi-Fi, heating, hot tubs, and fully-equipped kitchens where you can cook the fish you caught yourself! Vacation rentals in the Old Town area will get you quick access to Bandon’s lovely old restaurants, convenience stores, and boutiques. But to experience the rugged authenticity of this coastal gem, look for accommodation further away from the main town center. Either way, families with kids, friends, and couples all feel right at h0me in Bandon.

Travelers and activities

A destination for festival goers

Bandon’s rugged wild outdoors is its biggest draw, and what better way to experience it than the Beach Loop Drive. Cruise past fantastic vantage points that offer photogenic vistas of the blue Pacific, white-crested waves, and windswept sandy shores. Then grab a seat at the benches at Coquille Point and keep your eyes peeled for passing migratory grey whales. The seals playing on the rocks below are just as adorable though. Seventeen miles south of Bandon is the pretty freshwater Floras Lake where amateurs and experts can enjoy some windsurfing and kite surfing. Feeling not so adventurous? You’re in luck because outfitters by the lake rent out paddle boards and kayaks too.

Festivities by the sea

Bandon’s festival line-up is enviable, and locals come out in full force to partake in the festivities. Get Crabby at the Bandon Crab Fest, an extravaganza of sumptuous crab preparations, live music, and dinner. July 4th celebrations feature a lively parade through the Old Town, and a scintillating fireworks display over the Coquille River. Oregon coast’s longest running festival, the Bandon Cranberry Festival is usually held in September. This time-honored tradition features it all from cranberry-eating competitions to street dance, parades, music, and even classic cars. Thanksgiving weekend sees locals congregate at a tree-lighting ceremony in what they call “The Night of 10000 Lights”. This event kicks off Christmas-time festivities as the Old Town is lit up all December.

Travelers and activities

A destination for discerning foodies

This idyllic coastal town is full of art, history and culture, and a top attraction is Bandon’s most iconic landmark, its lighth0use which shone a light for mariners lost at sea from 1896 until 1939. The fog room here has some intriguing memorabilia from around the region. Stroll the town’s nostalgic boardwalk for a closer look at the whimsy public art installations and wood sculptures. The Bandon History Museum meanwhile traces the town’s eventful history right from the time it was inhabited by the Coquille Indians. The artifacts here are truly diverse and span across fishing, cranberry farming, maritime history, and even tourism. Don’t leave town without witnessing a drama or dance recital at the intimate Sprague Theater or the equally charming Bandon Playh0use, a 40-year-old institution.

Hop on board the foodie trail

Bandon’s seafood scene is legendary with its dueling seafood shacks, and all! A top recommendation is Tony’s Crab Shack, situated along Bandon’s celebrated boardwalk. Their classic coastal fare includes luscious crab sandwiches, seafood cocktails, and Dungeness Crab Cakes. The award-winning Face Rock Creamery serves up creamy ice creams in generous portions. Their gourmet cheese curds, jams, sausages, and other gourmet foods do brisk business too. For northwest-style lagers and non-alcoholic fermented drinks crafted from 100% American ingredients, stop by the family-run 7 Devils Brewery. Their toasty pub often hosts local musicians. Craft cider fans will be happiest at Bandon Rain, brainchild of a third-generation cranberry farmer.

Did you know that Bandon was named after the h0metown of an Irish settler George Bennet who settled here in 1873?

Top 5 travel tips for Bandon

1. Wildlife encounters at the Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge

Thanks to an abundance of shrimps, worms, and clams, the refuge attracts scores of migratory birds such as Canadian geese, cormorants, and herons among others. The Riverside Drive Viewing Deck here offers visitors splendid views of the surrounding salt marshes and mudflats. The interpretative displays are a nice touch.

2. Explore the Bandon State Natural Area

This pristine natural area lends itself to a host of outdoor recreational activities from bird-watching to fishing, and even horseback riding. While here, look out for the curiously titled Devil’s Kitchen which comprises dark and majestic rock formations rising from the sand as turkey vultures circle overhead.

3.Family fun at Bullards Beach

This family-oriented park is just a couple of miles from Bandon, and kids can run around the beach, ride horses, or even help out the adults with some fishing and crabbing along the nearby Coquille River. From here, a short hike will get you to the historic Coquille River Lighthouse.

4. Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint

A short drive south of the Old Town will get you to these astounding rock formations accessible by a staircase that leads down to the sea. American Indian legend has it that the Indian princess Ewanua’s face is carved into the Face Rock – look hard and you’ll spot it too. During low tide, local artists create ephemeral beach labyrinths in the sand in a project called “Circles in the Sand”.

5. Horse riding on the Pacific Coast

Established in 1979, the family-run Bandon Beach Riding Stables offers visitors the chance to ride a horse along the windy Pacific coast. Experienced guides will lead you to interesting tidal pools, cave formations, and rocks. The sunset rides are in high demand, and with good reason. You'll go h0me with memories to last a lifetime.

Vacation rentals in Bandon

Experience Bandon with a toasty vacation rental

Wedged on Oregon’s southern coast where the Coquille River empties into the Pacific Ocean, Bandon is a whimsical little seaside town also known as the “Cranberry Capital of Oregon”. The Old Town oozes charm with its family-owned boutiques, artisanal shops, and restaurants, while the atmospheric Boardwalk is quite reminiscent of a movie set. Outdoorsy travelers will love the secluded beaches, wild woods, and streams where they can enjoy year-round hiking, cycling, fishing, and beachcombing. Book a vacation rental on Holidu to enjoy Bandon and its surroundings.

Beachfront vacation properties for all

With pleasant summers and mild winters, Bandon is a four-season destination so you’ll never need to worry about inclement weather. Vacation rentals with beach access are a terrific idea for those who dream of falling asleep to the sound of the waves. Many rentals come fitted with amenities such as Wi-Fi, heating, hot tubs, and fully-equipped kitchens where you can cook the fish you caught yourself! Vacation rentals in the Old Town area will get you quick access to Bandon’s lovely old restaurants, convenience stores, and boutiques. But to experience the rugged authenticity of this coastal gem, look for accommodation further away from the main town center. Either way, families with kids, friends, and couples all feel right at home in Bandon.

Travelers and activities

A destination for festival goers

Bandon’s rugged wild outdoors is its biggest draw, and what better way to experience it than the Beach Loop Drive. Cruise past fantastic vantage points that offer photogenic vistas of the blue Pacific, white-crested waves, and windswept sandy shores. Then grab a seat at the benches at Coquille Point and keep your eyes peeled for passing migratory grey whales. The seals playing on the rocks below are just as adorable though. Seventeen miles south of Bandon is the pretty freshwater Floras Lake where amateurs and experts can enjoy some windsurfing and kite surfing. Feeling not so adventurous? You’re in luck because outfitters by the lake rent out paddle boards and kayaks too.

A feel of the town's history and culture

This idyllic coastal town is full of art, history and culture, and a top attraction is Bandon’s most iconic landmark, its lighthouse which shone a light for mariners lost at sea from 1896 until 1939. The fog room here has some intriguing memorabilia from around the region. Stroll the town’s nostalgic boardwalk for a closer look at the whimsy public art installations and wood sculptures. The Bandon History Museum meanwhile traces the town’s eventful history right from the time it was inhabited by the Coquille Indians. The artifacts here are truly diverse and span across fishing, cranberry farming, maritime history, and even tourism. Don’t leave town without witnessing a drama or dance recital at the intimate Sprague Theater or the equally charming Bandon Playhouse, a 40-year-old institution.

Did you know that Bandon was named after the hometown of an Irish settler George Bennet who settled here in 1873?

Top 5 travel tips for Bandon

1. Wildlife encounters at the Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge

Thanks to an abundance of shrimps, worms, and clams, the refuge attracts scores of migratory birds such as Canadian geese, cormorants, and herons among others. The Riverside Drive Viewing Deck here offers visitors splendid views of the surrounding salt marshes and mudflats. The interpretative displays are a nice touch.

2. Explore the Bandon State Natural Area

This pristine natural area lends itself to a host of outdoor recreational activities from bird-watching to fishing, and even horseback riding. While here, look out for the curiously titled Devil’s Kitchen which comprises dark and majestic rock formations rising from the sand as turkey vultures circle overhead.

3.Family fun at Bullards Beach

This family-oriented park is just a couple of miles from Bandon, and kids can run around the beach, ride horses, or even help out the adults with some fishing and crabbing along the nearby Coquille River. From here, a short hike will get you to the historic Coquille River lighthouse.

4. Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint

A short drive south of the Old Town will get you to these astounding rock formations accessible by a staircase that leads down to the sea. American Indian legend has it that the Indian princess Ewanua’s face is carved into the Face Rock – look hard and you’ll spot it too. During low tide, local artists create ephemeral beach labyrinths in the sand in a project called “Circles in the Sand”.

5. Horse riding on the Pacific Coast

Established in 1979, the family-run Bandon Beach Riding Stables offers visitors the chance to ride a horse along the windy Pacific coast. Experienced guides will lead you to interesting tidal pools, cave formations, and rocks. The sunset rides are in high demand, and with good reason. You'll go home with memories to last a lifetime.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Bandon (Oregon)

What is the average price for vacation rentals in Bandon?

Last year, rentals in this destination had an annual average cost of around $427 per night.

When are vacation rentals cheaper in Bandon?

Travelers who want to be budget-friendly should visit Bandon in February, April, or November, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $229, $331, and $336 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

When does the price of vacation rentals in Bandon go up the most?

It can be concluded, by analyzing the data from the previous year, that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of August ($625), July ($513), and October ($472).

Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Bandon?

You should book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Bandon, as only 2% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

The best months to find available accommodation in Bandon are January (the average amount of properties that are free reached 10% of the total last year), December (10%), and November (6%).

Are there many vacation rentals in Bandon?

Holidu has 30 vacation rentals in Bandon, provided by 2 different partners.

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