Nestle yourself into WildSpring Guest Habitat, a cozy bed and breakfast on the breathtaking coast of southern Oregon. This eco-friendly B&B resort sits on five acres of forest land, with five guest cabins cocooned into trees. 60 miles north of California, this charming resort offers the best of nature and luxury.

WildSpring Guest Habitat is a collection of small guest cabins. These 100-foot tall trees create a sense of privacy and escape. Being set in such a beautiful location has inspired the owners to keep WildSpring environmentally sensitive. WildSpring has won several awards for its commitment to sustainability. They are even an official birding spot on the Oregon Coast Birding Trail.

Get lost in the walking labyrinth, listen to the bird song, or relax in the hot tub: WildSpring melds luxury and nature with ease. The ocean is only a 1/2 mile walk from the entrance — if you are lucky, you may see a whale off the horizon!

Their story

Dean & Michelle Duarte (pictured above) moved up to Oregon from Los Angeles to build a B&B resort that would have been at home in Big Sur, California. The Duartes emphasized the guests’ well-being, creating a place where guests could feel like they were on another planet and enjoy a respite from their daily lives.

With only five cabin suites built like small homes filled with art and antiques, set in a peaceful, secluded forest of 100-ft trees, WildSpring makes guests feel more like they’re visiting a private estate than commercial lodging. The B&B resort is right outside of Port Orford, a quaint town in southern Oregon that hosts a number of attractions, from art galleries to state parks.

The Duartes felt blessed with the natural beauty of the land at WildSpring, and thus they decided to create an eco-friendly resort. In the construction of the cabins, they used local contractors who shared their vision of protecting the natural habitats on the land. Along with the landscaping, WildSpring showcases the beauty of natural materials, like the wood used in the guest cabins.

WildSpring is guided by three main questions: Will it be beautiful in a natural way? Will it help protect the environment? Will it make guests feel cared for? Read more about them here.

Sustainability actions

Lowest impact construction and operation

High level of energy efficiency

Pioneer in waste management

Fully organic and chemical-free operation

Actively protects nature and community

Most Popular Activities near WildSpring Guest Habitat

  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Kayaking
  • Whale watching
  • Golf
  • Horseback riding

Best time to visit WildSpring Guest Habitat

  • The most predictable weather with sunshine and is between mid-May and mid-October. In the summer, Port Orford is known for its strong prevailing winds (35+mph in the afternoons) although the B&B resort is protected from them.



WildSpring Guest Habitat is 90km away from North Bend Municipal Airport. No airport pick up is offered.
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