Sylvia Beach Hotel

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The owner of this 1900’s historic beachside hotel shouldn’t have a problem with the spirits that haunt this building, judging by the fact that she owns a haunted coffee house in the state capital. With its stunning ocean views, a range of quirky literature-themed rooms and an assortment of ghostly tales, the hotel has a long and interesting history associated with it. Some of the paranormal activity reported here cold spots during the summer months, an eerie presence and a shadowy apparition that has been known to appear in guests rooms during the night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

267 Northwest Cliff Street
Newport, OR
United States

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44.6382884, -124.06222059999999
Lincoln County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Newport, OR (0.4 mi.)
Toledo, OR (6.2 mi.)
Siletz, OR (9.1 mi.)
Depoe Bay, OR (11.8 mi.)
Waldport, OR (14.6 mi.)
Lincoln Beach, OR (14.7 mi.)
Lincoln City, OR (22.2 mi.)
Yachats, OR (22.7 mi.)
Summit, OR (23.8 mi.)
Blodgett, OR (26.8 mi.)


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