Need a peppy EV charge when visiting Coos Bay / North Bend?

We've just upgraded the charging speed on both of our Tesla Destination chargers at the Itty Bitty Inn!

EV owners will notice an throughput between 35 and 50 miles-per-hour-charged on each of our charging stations, depending on the electronic battery bank switching on their respective EVs. For example, we've noticed that the Chevy Bolt EV charges at a slightly higher rate than the Ford Mustang Mach-E.

Because the Tesla Destination charging stations come fitted for Tesla models, please do not forget to bring the coupling adapter that is unique to your vehicle's charging receptacle.

Our Tesla Destination charging stations are onsite at the Itty Bitty Inn, located at 1504 Sherman Ave (Highway 101), North Bend, Ore. 97459


What an honor to host visiting Starfleet dignitary, Admiral Mickelsen!
We promptly made available our finest Saurian brandy to the good Admiral and his awesome wife.
I’d have offered Romulan ale, but he might have questioned how I was able to get the booze across the Neutral Zone.
So in that case - maybe I should just fess up and say that 7 Devils Brewing's ale and locally pressed cranberry cider were on the lobby taps, and he seemed to enjoy that just as well.

Mountain biking is a favorite autumn pastime on the Oregon Coast. 

The Itty Bitty Inn provides safety equipment, mountain bike rentals, trailhead drop-offs and pick-ups, and guided biking tours for all skill sets! The Whiskey Run Mountain Bicycle Trails are located 17 miles south of the Itty Bitty Inn. Are you bringing your own bicycle? That's cool too, and if your bicycle needs it, tune-ups can be had at Moe's Bike Shop two blocks north of us.

The Itty Bitty Inn is famously known for themed hotel rooms, craft beer and cider taps, vintage Atari rentals - and mountain biking adventures!

Be sure to stop by on your way through Coos Bay and North Bend, even if it's just to say hello, while you drive along Highway 101 along the Oregon Coast.




Writers from That's Oregon Life visited the Star Trek themed room at the Itty Bitty Inn!

Here is the video they shared on Facebook and Instagram when they stayed in the Star Trek room at our hotel.

On our website, you may know the room as The Star Trek - Enterprise Room, because it's layout is inspired from the bridge of Star Trek's original USS Enterprise (NCC 1701).

Oh and bonus - we love the mention of our vintage, fully functional Atari 2600 rentals!

For more vintage video gaming, be sure to check out Annie's Recycle Video Games, located about a 1/2 mile south of the Itty Bitty Inn.

Thank you so much, KLCC for stopping by and interviewing us!

Our inn provides robust experiences to visitors as we link them to quality tours and shoppes and eateries nearby.

C'mon down and celebrate your geeky self and visit our friends for fanciful feasts at the Wildflour Public House located 3 blocks south of the Itty Bitty Inn! 

Or take in some live Celtic music each Wednesday at the Liberty Pub located 4 blocks south of the Itty Bitty Inn!

Or call us for a deep pocket full of adverturous ideas taken from roads less traveled.

The audio version of this is also on the link below:

"For many travelers, a hotel is little more than a place to rest between adventures. But for a growing group of fans, a North Bend hub of hospitality is the adventure…whether it’s a groovin’ 70s flashback or to boldly go where no one has gone before. In our Labor Day holiday weekend feature, KLCC pays a visit the Itty Bitty Inn."

                           *** 1932 - 2022 ***
Nichelle Nichols, your mural at the Itty Bitty Inn has always been met with smiles and selfies...and now doubles as a location for guests and passersby to leave flowers and candies and notes in your memory.  
Thank you for your powerful presence in Star Trek and for boldly standing up for so many through your social activism.
Just as we still experience the light that shines from galaxies long past, yours shall also live on.