Your Hosts: Jim and Katie Angerman

Welcome to the Oregon Coast and Cape Lookout Bed and Breakfast

We take pride in offering you a clean, warm, cozy, delicious, relaxing experience here at Cape Lookout Bed & Breakfast, Netarts, Oregon.

We are located near Tillamook, in one of the most picturesque areas of the Oregon Coast. Our home is located on two acres of scenic and wooded land on Whiskey Creek Road in Netarts. We are 3 miles north of Cape Lookout State Park and the Ocean Beaches, right next to beautiful Netarts Bay. Please note that our accomodations are not wheelchair accessible. We regret losing out on someone's company due to this. We have two separate bedrooms, the Trillium Room Suite, and the FoxGlove Room, each with a private bath and a queen size bed with luxury linens. Trillium Room Suite is a larger room and is $170 per night, and FoxGlove Room is $155 per night. The Trillium Suite has an attached private bathroom and the FoxGlove Room has it's own private bathroom just across the hallway.
***Please note there is a two night minimum stay during the summer months and a two night minimum stay on weekends. Please call us with questions and to inquire about availability.***.
Check in time is between 2pm and 6pm, and early check-in (before 6pm) is very much appreciated. Check out time is 11am unless other arrangements have been made. Advance Reservation payments can be made here using PayPal. No checks accepted.
***Please call before using PayPal to confirm your room availability.***

A scrumptious gourmet Breakfast is included with your room rental. We use all the very best local ingredients whenever possible. Our Breakfasts are always prepared fresh and hot, and our own Chef Jim will make you a glorious breakfast which includes fresh eggs from our chickens, home grown herbs, and our garden grown vegetables in season. Katie also provides seasonal fresh flowers for your enjoyment. Please be sure to let us know of any dietary restrictions at least 48 hours in advance. Please, no cooking of food, or BBQ's at Cape Lookout Bed and Breakfast. The picnic area at Cape Lookout State Park is just a short trip down the road. They have many nice BBQ's and picnic tables there, and it makes a great side trip for an enjoyable summer or winter cookout on the beach.

In our large home you will appreciate our separate sitting area with a wood burning stove and a nice dining table for playing games or reading. At the dining table you will also enjoy our freshly prepared Breakfast with a scenic view of all of the wildlife around us. There is also cable television in the sitting area along with books, movies, games, wireless internet, and many comfortable chairs inside and outside for sitting, or relaxing, or reading. Our grounds are quiet, with lots of hummingbirds, robins, and black-caped chickadees. When the grass has been freshly mowed, the robins are at their happiest. Our home is about 1.5 hours from Portland. Itís a very nice drive with the occasional wild life viewing along the way. You may invite our new kitten Cabernet, to join you, or just enjoy his calm presence from afar. He is very curious and still learning, so please watch when the door is open. He may scoot out as he is still adjusting to his new home.


Do you have Friends or Family Camping nearby?

Do you have Family members or friends camping at Cape Lookout State Park, or nearby at another Campground? You can enjoy visiting with your Family or camping friends during the day, and then come back to our cozy B & B and spend the night, and have breakfast with us in the morning. That's the BEST of both worlds and you will not believe how much more relaxed and refreshed you will feel when the weekend is over.


Winter and Off-Season at the Oregon Coast ....

With warmer Winter temperatures, the days are milder and more people are realizing that when you visit us at this time of the year you will find less crowded beaches, no long lines, restaurant tables available, appreciative locals, lower rates, and a much more personalized service from everyone.

If you've never experienced the rain and storms at the Oregon Coast you are missing out on one of life's rare experiences. There is nothing like sitting by a warm cozy fire here at Cape Lookout experiencing firsthand a Pacific Storm complete with thunder and lightning and the sound of rain and wind outside, it is something very special to remember. Most of the 100 or so inches of rain that we receive here, falls between November and March. It's the perfect time to get out of the house, bring a nice warm coat, and walk the sandy beaches, fly a kite, or play frisbee, comb the beaches for shells or floats...... you will come away with a new found enjoyment for all that the Coast has to offer in the off-season...... Call us for current weather conditions and specials.


Enjoy all Netarts Bay has to offer in this great family entertaining home.

Easy access to Netarts Bay Boat Launch, or the ocean beaches are just a short walk away. During your stay you can try out the famous clamming in Netarts Bay. This does require a shellfish license and it can be purchased at Fred Meyer or Netarts RV Boat Launch just up the road. The Boat Launch also rents boats for day use for crabbing and they supply all the gear. As the tide recedes and the mudflats grow, mature Bald Eagles alight onto the flats near the waters edge along with Herons. During wet weather you can be a storm watcher and then a beach comber. Donít forget the Tillamook Creamery with their World famous ice cream cones.

Further south about 20 minutes is Pacific City and the Pelican Pub and Brewery Restaurant. It is perfect for ocean viewing and beach strolling. Between our home and Pacific City is the Sand Lake Recreation Area. It covers 1076 acres of open sand dunes surrounded by forests, and offers a variety of recreational activities. Just a short drive south is Lincoln City.







Reasons to come to Cape Lookout Bed & Breakfast:

Personalized service and privacy is what we are all about. Enjoy hummingbirds galore, during this time of the year we make simple syrup every other day so we now have some hummers that stay with us year round. Currently we have a set of Snow Capped Chickadees setting up housekeeping in one of our home made driftwood birdhouses.

We are a charming escape in a quiet setting and we strive to provide our guests privacy, comfort, and hospitality. It is very possible to find your own little world here on the grounds, but we are here if you need us.

Our home is a safe and secure place to unwind. On our grounds you can relax, read, write, or paint the next chapter of your life. Writers and painters love to stay with us, our grounds and the surrounding areas provide inspiration with the peace, solitude, beauty, scenery, that will convince you why we chose to locate our bed and breakfast here.

We are a great stop for Bike Riders to have a day or two of comfort before they take off on their journey. Our grounds have ample room for you to dry out or lay around in the hammock and just relax while you seek the comforts of our beds and Chef Jim will make you a glorious breakfast which includes fresh eggs from our chickens. We use home grown herbs and our garden grown vegetables in season. During the season Katie provides fresh flowers for your enjoyment.

Another reason to stay with us is we are centrally located for day trips north and south and there is much to do in the local area. Jim has created itineraries for your stay at our Bed & Breakfast. Come home to warm cookies, a comfortable bed for the night, and our famous breakfast.

Suggested One day trip northbound:

Visit to Blue Heron French Cheese Factory Tillamook- wine tasting, great brie cheese, good lunch specials, and local food stuffs.

Tillamook Creamery- see how they make cheese, have some ice cream, and browse the gift shop.

Nehalem Bay Winery- try the local wine tasting, nice whites and reds.

Oswald West State beach- local surf spot, great little (easy) trail to the beach, nice views.

Cannon Beach- beautiful walk on the beach, great restaurants, window shopping, views of Haystack Rock.

Seaside Beach- nice boardwalk along the beach, great stroll downtown, delicious salt water taffy.

Astoria- known for films, Goonies, and Kindergarten cop, also Columbia River Maritime Museum, and the trolley along the river.

Fort Stevens State Park- skeleton of ship wreck (straight driving time from Netarts- 1hour 30 minutes)

Suggested one day trips local and southbound:

Cape Meares Loop- great views of the ocean and destination spots for great sightseeing.

Cape Meares Lighthouse- nice stroll to the point for breathtaking views (nice during whale watching times).

Cape Meares- walk on the beach, collect agates, rocks, shells and take in the salt air.

Whiskey Creek Fish Hatchery- a short walk away - Raises 100,000 Chinook salmon yearly, view the salmon and trout.

Cape Lookout State Beach- take in the violent surf, bring your camera for some stunning photos.

Andersonís View Point - just south of the state park is a turn-out to see a birdís eye view of the park, the spit, and much of Netarts and Oceanside.

Sand Lake- ATV racing on the white sand, so much sand so close to the surf.

Pacific City- Also a rock formation called Haystack rock, Pelican Brew Pub, good food and a great view, as you head south there are the big and little Nestucca Rivers feeding into the ocean.

Lincoln City- great wind for flying a kite, nice restaurants, Chinook Winds Casino, and a beautiful beach.

Depot Bay- nice coastal town, Gracieís Sea Hag for great clam chowder, waves against the rocks scenery, outstanding views. (Straight driving time from Netarts, 1 hour 30 minutes)

and don't forget the Tillamook Air Museum- view vintage planes and American history, fun for kids and adults.



The picturesque town of Netarts is about a 2.5 mile walk and the road isn't bad. As you walk along, you will enjoy panoramic views of the bay and of the countryside. In Netarts there are two markets, Josies Market and a very small Netarts Market that also has a gas pump. Nearby, there is also a thirty-eight-mile signed "Scenic Drive" on a paved highway along the bays, wildlife refuges, and along three scenic capes. The drive starts in downtown Tillamook. If you follow the Three Capes Scenic Loop signs west, your drive follows scenic Tillamook Bay and the Bayocean Spit, along the Cape Meares Loop Road and through a mixed forest to the cape summit. Descending to near sea level at Oceanside, the route curves around Netarts Bay and through more old-growth forest to Cape Lookout. Taking Cape Lookout Road south through the Sand Lake Dunes, it passes the entrance to the vari-colored sandstone cliffs of Cape Kiwanda State Park then finishes with ocean views in beautiful Pacific City.



Nearby Attractions :

Our home is located on the most scenic part of the Oregon Coast and surrounded by many nearby attractions, some special attractions include: the Tillamook Air Museum and Blimp Hangar, coastal Historic sites, spectacular coastal scenery, three state parks, the Sand Dunes Recreation Area, lighthouses, wildlife, the Octopus Tree, Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Three Arch Rocks National Bird and Sea Lion Refuge, hang gliding, sail boarding, fishing, hiking, and camping. It's just a short walk to the Fish Hatchery.......... Cape Lookout State Park is just a five minute drive away........ and there is just so much more to see and do here. Please see our Activities page.

Call us to book a memorable getaway
on Netarts Bay at the Oregon Coast........



Cape Lookout Bed and Breakfast Supports the American Red Cross and has Donated to the Lost Pet Recovery and Disaster Relief efforts for Hurricane Sandy, November 2012, please consider doing the same. Thank You.



Your Hosts: Katie and Chef Jim

Reservations: (503) 807-6764 - CLICK to talk to Katie

Email: cooksasst@msn.com