Vacation Rental with History
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This vacation property makes an ideal place for reunion and small retreat gatherings, weddings or simply a nights rest in a clean, cozy and quiet spot.
Reverend Grace Bonnell
Just north of town you find the famous Cape Blanco Lighthouse and Historically Restored Victorian Hughes House. There are three rivers available for fishing, two north and one south of town. This is a historic/fishing/art community where the towering trees meet the sea. Home of the Port Orford Cedar and Myrtlewood Trees.
|Jan 01 2012||Dec 31 2013||$75||$75||-||-||-|
|Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 2 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 7%|
|Deposits: $150.00 Security/Cleaning. When studios or home are left neat and undamaged there will be a refund of $100.00|
|Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, PayPal|
|Other Fees: Pets $10.00 per night Cancelation fee $150.00 if less than seven (7) days notice.|
Palm Beach, FL
August 23, 2009
The Joan of Arc and the town of Port Orford are intimately connected by site and heritage. Together, they offer the discriminating traveler a rare view into the distant past and an opportunity to experience a glimpse of a sustainable future as the local community establishes re-connections with its roots and moves forward into the 21st century. Made from a historic ship and located in the heart of the town, The Joan of Arc is authentic Port Orford and it is full of the kind of treasure known as simple pleasures...