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It’s time to relaxWe highly recommend the award winning Salishan Spa to our guests. This world class facility is only 3 minutes from Admiral’s Beach Retreat and they afford our guests an unequaled escape from the everyday. For reservations contact them at 541-764-4300 or visit them online Here.

Salishan Spa, part of the world class Salishan Resort and Golf Course on the Oregon Coast, was designed to take full advantage of its spectacular site overlooking Siletz Bay. Each building component frames views of the landscape so that visitors are treated to a variety of stunning natural tableau as they move through the spa. The use of natural materials and the simplicity of the design compliment its natural backdrop. The 8,000 square foot, full-service spa includes 8 individual treatment rooms, 4 saunas, 3 hot pools, light therapy room and a salon. Each area has a distinct and open relationship to its surroundings, visually merging with the landscape while providing a calm, relaxing atmosphere.

DESIGN AWARDS:

International Interior Design Association Honor Award 2005
Gold Key Finalist 2006. Courtesy of ANKROM MOISAN ARCHITECTS

Bob Portwood, of Robert’s Books, said that half of his clientele is collectors, who look for rare books or stock their shelves with favorite writers, regions or subjects.Some want only specific authors and their first editions, like Stephen King’s early work under another pen name. Portwood said that many searches for Northwest authors, particularly those who write about the North Oregon Coast, such as M.K. Wren or Ken Kesey.

At The Little Antique Mall, the largest antique mall on the Oregon Coast, you will find primitives, furniture, pottery and gourmet coffee to taste. Further down in the Oceanlake neighborhood is a small antique district by itself, with malls like the Rocking Horse and the Carousel Antique Mall providing many local dealers with a corner and a shelf to display their finds. Nearby stores specialize in clothing, glass, toys and other treasures.

Streetcar Village on the south end of town offers row upon row of treasures, bargains and quirky collectibles. But don’t stop there. Everywhere you look in Lincoln City, there’s an antique store just begging to be browsed.

Open a rare volume, touch a vintage dress, imagine a century-old hat rack in your living room. It’s all part of the adventure of antique shopping in our little corner of the coast.


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