Looking to do something new this winter? Why not treat yourself to a road trip? You can keep it semi-local and stay in the PNW by driving down to our neighboring state, Oregon. The state is beautiful and always worth a visit. Here are 6 stunning Oregon coast Airbnbs that are worth the road trip.

Honu House

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Steps from the beach? Say less. This modern home is a breath of fresh air, made light thanks to tons of windows and pale-washed birch walls. It can sleep 4 guests making it a great place to go with a small group of friends or family.

Where: Cloverdale, Oregon
Cost: $313 a night

Salacia Chalet

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Enjoy MCM style in this restored 1960 A-Frame nestled on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The Airbnb comfortably sleeps 6 making it a great option for getting away with friends. Have bbq dinners on the wrap-around deck, a hot tub under the stars, and of course enjoy the beach.

Where: Lincoln Beach, Oregon
Cost: $313 a night

River Song Cabin on Mckenzie River

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Not quite the coast but what’s a better way to spend a winter weekend than curled up in a classic cabin? This McKenzie Bridge cabin has a stone fireplace, plenty of wood paneling and you can hear the river from the cabin. It’s perfect for couples, families, and potentially even a solo trip if you need the space.

Where: McKenzie Bridge, Oregon
Cost: $170 a night

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This ocean view home feels like it could be from a bond film. The sleek modern lines, large windows, and stunning views set it apart. Imagine enjoying both spectrums of coastal weather, clear sunny days, and intense waves crashing storms all from one beautiful home. The Airbnb is quite big and can sleep 10 guests, so why not have a storm-watching getaway with friends?

Where: Tillamook, Oregon
Cost: $545 a night

Oceanside Loft Home

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Another stunning spot with views for days. This loft home has an open floor plan that looks out on 3 Arch Rocks & Cape Lookout and also has tons of space. You’ll find a unique barrelled ceiling, a mix of modernity, and original architecture. Oh, and it sleeps 6 guests!

Where: Oceanside, Oregon
Cost: $250 a night

Artistic and whimsical cottage

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If you’re looking for something a little more classically Oregon, this cottage might just do it for you. With plenty of wood paneling, funky accents, and beautiful surrounding nature, it doesn’t get much more PNW. The home sleeps 4 guests meaning you can enjoy it with your SO or bring a friend or two.

Where: Cannon Beach, Oregon
Cost: $270 a night