I'm planning a storm watching trip for early March, and I am looking for suggested locations where I could stay along the Oregon Coast. I'd like to be able to see the waves from my room while sitting in front of the fire and perhaps stand out on a balcony overlooking the rocks in the driving rain, but I'd also like to be near a town that has a grocery store and a bookstore to browse. I'm not particularly interested in glitz, spas, high-end dining, etc. I just want to watch the storms, read in front of the fire, and be in relative solitude. Any recommended locations--either in terms of towns or specific lodgings?
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