The Guest Hall is about a two-minute walk up a little hill from the cabin area. It's on the ocean-view part of WildSpring and offers wonderful views of the Pacific from Port Orford Heads down to Humbug Mountain.
It has a comfortable greatroom with radiant heating and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the ocean, plus an expansive deck with tables and chairs. This is where guests hang out, relax, play games, work on an ongoing jigsaw puzzle, listen to music and visit with each other while looking at the ocean, listening to the surf - and the seals when they're out - and watch for whales.
Breakfast is here, and you can help yourself to refreshments at any time. While we turn on the lights in the morning and off at night, it's unlocked all the time so you can always make yourself a cup of good coffee or all sorts of teas, pop yourself some popcorn for a movie in your cabin or grab some chocolate because it's vacation and you just need it.
You'll find a free library of almost 600 DVDs, plus books, CDs and games to borrow anytime for your cabin.
It’s great for small groups to meet and enjoy each other's company and shared interests...for meetings, workshops, group meals. The skylights and huge windows bring in so much natural light, it's also great for arts and crafts.
When weather permits, the deck is large enough for everyone to meet outside.
You can also use the Guest Hall kitchen for limited food preparation - as long as it does not disturb other guests or interfere with activities in the Guest Hall.
Don't let those vacation leftovers go to waste. Heat them up for a relaxing ocean-view dinner.
You'll find it's fully equipped with just about every kind of modern appliance, utensil, pot, pan or small appliance you could want. Special faucets for drinking and instant-hot water are at the sink. These, as well as the ice maker, are supplied by dual-filtered water.
We request meal preparation be from noon - 1pm and 6 - 7pm* - and ask guests to keep in mind that while beautifully equipped for your convenience, this kitchen is not designed for heavy-duty cooking....please see our Kitchen Guidelines for more information.
(Note: We do not have facilities here suitable for cleaning fish.)
* These hours are not meant to be narrow windows, but guidelines so that anyone using the kitchen is sensitive to sharing the facilities with other guests. (And no matter how delicious your garlic broccoli is, to other guests it probably smells a bit intrusive... thanks for understanding...).
You can make yourself a cup of tea, coffee (easy single-cup drip Melitta instructions are up there) or cocoa, enjoy juices or fruits. Fix yourself some popcorn in the evening for your movie. And dark chocolate kisses. Help yourself at any time...compliments of WildSpring.