Vacation Rental Homes-R & R

By: Saramendez
Oregon has unlimited options for a vacation site so picking one should be easy. You can go to Sunriver, Bend, Portland or the beach just to name a few. The hardest part about picking a destination is deciding how long you want to be there and where you want to stay. Spending time with your loved ones should be exciting and full of happy memories. You should not have anxiety and frustration in them what so ever. So pick your destination and time carefully but most of all pick a good place to sleep!

The logical place to stay is in a hotel. Why not, they are usually easy to find, centrally located and almost always have vacancy. For instance, staying at Lincoln City, a popular vacation site at the Oregon Beach, there are many hotels to choose from. Some offer ocean views, beach access or breakfasts. But as a smart consumer you should consider what you are getting for your hard earned money.

When staying at the beach most people want a hotel with beach access or and ocean view that is affordable. A hotel with a beach from or ocean view can run anywhere from $80.00 a night up to $200.00 a night in Lincoln City. Even if you decide you do not need a beach front or ocean view room, hotels can still range from $50.00 to $100.00 a night. Everyone has different criteria, but I think we can all agree that a hotel needs to be within your selected price range.

Let's look at what we get for the price. Most hotels try to lure you by offering continental breakfast. Some people think they will save money by having a continental breakfast, unfortunately this is not always the case. Typically a continental breakfast offers donuts, pastries, coffee or juice. Now I don't know about you but this is not enough breakfast for me. When I am on vacation I want pancakes, waffles, bagels and many options for drinks. If you eat the continental breakfast most likely you will be hungry quickly and you will need to buy more food.

Other hotels offer clean quite rooms. If you have ever stayed in a hotel, you know that house keeping usually comes around nine in the morning. When I am on vacation I want to sleep in a little and relax. Sure my room might be clean but I have to get up early and rush out before they come. Not to mention the check out time is usually eleven in the morning which means I need to be up no later than eight if I want to not be woken up by house keeping and check out on time. This is not relaxing to me. Quiet rooms, now when ever I stay in a hotel, there are always people running around the halls at all hours of the day and night, slamming doors, yelling and usually I can hear the TV from the room next door.

So where can you and your family stay, this is the great mystery. I have your answer, vacation rental homes. At Lincoln City there many vacation homes for all budgets. Typically they range from $100.00 to $250.00 a night depending on what your wants and needs are. Most people want to know the benefits of staying in a vacation home and here you have it! In a vacation home you can bring your own food and cook therefore saving you money clear across the board by not eating out for every meal. House keeping comes when it is convenient for you. All you need to do is put the key back in the lock box when you head out and then house keeping will come. A vacation home offers you more private, candid time with your family, and the best part, it is quiet!

Sometimes you need to spend a little in order to have good memories and a fun vacation. No one wants to look back in ten years and remember that vacation as the worst ever! Renting a vacation home can help with that. You need to decide what is most important to you and what criteria needs to be met in order for you to pick that location. Is it saving a few extra dollars worth sacrificing a peaceful, relaxing vacation with your family, the choice is yours but hurry your sanctuary awaits.
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