Our historic Oregon coast inn reflects an elegance and peace that is as timeless as the countryside that surrounds it. The story of the Sandlake Country Inn began on Christmas morning in 1890, when Ezra Chamberlain received an unusual gift - one million board feet of virgin red fir bridge timbers dumped on his beach by a shipwrecked wooden full rigger, the Struan. By 1894, his neighbor, W.C. King lugged enough of the 3x12's to his homestead to construct a sturdy farmhouse. Everett & Nellie Allen bought it in 1907 and for 80 years the "Old Allen Place" stood the test of time with character. Now on the Oregon Historic Registry, Sandlake Country Inn welcomes you to cross over the time-bridge into a quieter, unhurried world.
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