With practically endless beaches and old growth rainforests, the Long Beach Peninsula is a picturesque and unique stretch of land… Inspired by these breathtaking surroundings, and in tandem with the community that inhabits it, Adrift Distillers is crafting truly distinctive spirits reflecting the place it calls home. But at the core of it all is the pride in the relationships and products that come from local farms.
With Tiffany at the helm as CEO, the hospitality group places a lot of importance on sustainability and the social impact the company has, not least of all by being transparent with guests and staff but also by utilizing local goods and services wherever they can.
Atop Adrift is Pickled Fish, a Pacific Northwest–style restaurant and bar with rustic wood walls, giant windows overlooking the Pacific, and the best, most locally sourced menu in town… we marvel at this Olympic Peninsula discovery.
…checked in at Adrift Hotel, a beachside property where the waves are so close that earplugs are placed in each bedroom, in case guests can’t sleep through the tumbling sound…
Over the years, the Turners had created an empire of boutique hotels.
… chic rustic fixtures, s’mores kits for their seashell-armored fire pits, saunas, and samplers of local beers. These are easily the hippest digs you’re going to find west of Portland.
“Checking into the beachfront Adrift Hotel feels like walking into someone’s fireplace-flickering living room … One of a handful of Pacific Northwest hotels from Adrift Hospitality group, this nautical-themed property sits right at the start of the beach boardwalk, just a few steps from the sand. You’ll find bicycles to borrow and a barrel sauna onsite, hanging rope light fixtures in the rooms and a shared spa with sister property, the Inn at Discovery Coast.”
“I stayed at the Bowline, a luxury 40-room hotel in a converted seafood processing plant which opened July 2021. The rooms are crafted with lofty ceilings, fireplaces, soaking tubs, and, to top it off, private balconies overlooking the Columbia River.“
“Start in Astoria, where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean, then meander down the coast toward Cannon Beach and Tillamook.
STAY: In Astoria, the Bowline Hotel features river views, barrel saunas, cozy fireplaces, and complimentary bikes.”
NOVEMBER 2023 Surfrider Foundation
Ocean Friendly Program “Softly” Expands
“Next year Surfrider will officially launch an Ocean Friendly Hotels (OFH) Program to recognize hotels that are cutting out single-use plastic and offer a simple framework to help them reach their Ocean Friendly goals. This program will function similarly to our nationally recognized and successful Ocean Friendly Restaurants Program, where hotels must follow a set of mandatory and optional criteria that focus on single-use plastic reduction, energy and water conservation, and more… [W]e welcomed Adrift Hotel and its 5 other locations to be a part of the soft launch. Chapter and Club leaders were able to experience an Ocean Friendly Hotel firsthand as the conference was graciously hosted at Adrift.”
NOVEMBER 2023 Observer
The Best Winter Getaways on the West Coast
“Blend a snowy escape with coastal living in Astoria, Oregon. In addition to being the oldest city in Oregon, Astoria is also one of the most popular places for a winter getaway on the West Coast…
[For] a more modern experience, opt for the Bowline Hotel, which also sits right above the river, offering unbeatable views.”
OCTOBER 2023 iHeart.com
Washington Restaurant Serves The Best Loaded Fries In The State
“According to writers, Washington’s most delicious loaded fries are the dirty, dirty fries from Pickled Fish! Here’s why this eatery’s fries are getting the spotlight:
You could substitute the word ‘dirty’ for ‘delicious’ here, because the loaded fries dished up at seafood spot Pickled Fish are just that. The restaurant’s wonderfully named dirty dirty fries come with fat, crisp lardons, pickled peppers, goats’ cheese, and truffle ketchup. They are truly loaded – and highly recommended.”
AUGUST 2023 Visit Long Beach Peninsula
Unwind in Pacific County
“If you’re a guest at one of the Adrift Hospitality properties, you are moments away from floating in a saline pool of relaxation. The four unique properties offer multiple ways to unwind in Pacific County. Adrift Hotel, Inn at Discovery Coast, Boardwalk Cottages, and historic Shelburne Hotel offer guests complimentary shared use of a relaxing spa and heated, saline pool.”
JUNE 2023 Better Homes and Gardens
Shore Things – Oregon’s Pacific North Coast
“This route is for awe-seekers, foodies, and ’80s film buffs (you’ll recognize Cannon Beach from The Goonies). Start in Astoria, where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean, then meander down the coast toward Cannon Beach and Tillamook.
STAY: In Astoria, the Bowline Hotel features river views, barrel saunas, cozy fireplaces, and complimentary bikes.”
MARCH 2023 Travel Pulse
2023’s Most Influential Women in Travel – Tiffany Turner
“Tiffany Turner’s journey in the hospitality and tourism industry began at the age of 24. Turner and her husband owned one hotel, and she and her husband were its only employees. Since then, Adrift has grown to include eight properties with 150 employees.
Today, the Adrift portfolio encompasses boutique hotels, restaurants, and a grain-to-glass distillery. Not only does that make Adrift one of the largest employers in its county, but the company has also earned the daunting B Corp status, an exhaustive process that involves meeting the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance.”
MARCH 2023 Sip Magazine
“Another highlight of Adrift Hospitality’s approach is giving back to the communities it operates in through its Cocktail for a Cause program. Each month, a new libation is crafted specifically with a beneficiary in mind. A portion of proceeds from the drink’s sales, whether enjoyed at Bowline’s Knot Bar, Shelburne Hotel in Seaview or Pickled Fish in Long Beach, are donated to boost the chosen organization. Previous recipients include the Liberty Theatre in Astoria, the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum, Peninsula Wild Care and the Sou’wester Arts Week.“
MARCH 2023 SF Gate
“Checking into the beachfront Adrift Hotel feels like walking into someone’s fireplace-flickering living room that just happens to be stocked with all the locally roasted coffee, glass canisters filled with tea bags, and citrus-infused ice water you might need. One of a handful of Pacific Northwest hotels from Adrift Hospitality group, this nautical-themed property sits right at the start of the beach boardwalk, just a few steps from the sand. You’ll find bicycles to borrow and a barrel sauna onsite, hanging rope light fixtures in the rooms and a shared spa with sister property, the Inn at Discovery Coast. The onsite distillery and oceanview restaurant are well worth a visit (more on that later). Pro tip: There are different games on every floor of the hotel, so take the elevator up to find shuffleboard and the like. In pet-friendly rooms, amenities include a mini fridge, memory foam mattress and more.“
FEBRUARY 2023 Sip Magazine
“Adrift [Distillers] produces a variety of spirits ranging from vodka to whiskey, as well as popular liqueurs like Starvation Alley Cranberry Liqueur and Columbia River Coffee Liqueur. When possible, they use locally sourced ingredients to highlight the best of the region. Through their Collaborative Spirits Series, they work with local purveyors, farmers, roasters and brewers to create products that connect the community. “
FEBRUARY 2023 PDX Monthly
“… I stayed at the Bowline, a luxury 40-room hotel in a converted seafood processing plant which opened July 2021. The rooms are crafted with lofty ceilings, fireplaces, soaking tubs, and, to top it off, private balconies overlooking the Columbia River.
… The hotel’s Scandinavian-inspired Knot Bar was buzzing at all hours. If you’re looking for a late-night (or morning) drink, the bar’s menu has everything from a Smoking Gun—with mezcal, tequila reposado, and orange and cardamom bitters, to a grapefruit-infused Salty Dog.”
JANUARY 2023 The Fish Site
“Farmed seaweeds, including wakame, kombu, sea lettuce and dulse, are set to take centre stage at a new series of Oregon seafood events… Called Winter Waters, the dining series takes place across the state in February, partnering with chefs and tastemakers to celebrate regenerative seafood… Oregon coast partnerships include the Winter Waters Finale at The Salmonberry and two seated dinners at Nekst, plus menu specials at Buoy Beer, Local Ocean, Bowline Hotel, and The Schooner.”
DECEMBER 2022 Soulbase Magazine
“Walking on the longest beach in the world with 20 miles of sand, hiking through old-growth forests, relaxing at the fireplace or swimming in the heated saline pool, detoxing in a barrel sauna and eating with a stunning ocean view…all this and more is what you can experience at the Inn at Discovery Coast in Washington State. Get some travel inspiration in our profile of this dreamy coastal destination – read it on the blog today.”
SEPTEMBER 2022 EATER PDX
“The Bowline Hotel is the town’s newest boutique hotel, and the Knot is its bar. Directly overlooking the Columbia with an incredible view of the ships, it’s a destination for both hotel guests and others in town. The Knot features a cocktail list of inventive drinks, like the slightly smoky agave cocktail Smoking Gun, or the olive oil-washed martini that uses Oregon vodka and vermouth. The pro move is to grab some snacks like the pickled carrots and warm bread, order a few drinks, and watch the ships go by. “
JULY 2020 Bonner’s Ferry Living Local
“The Long Beach Peninsula in Washington state, with its many wide open spaces, is perfect for a less risky vacation….”
JUNE 2020 Kind Traveler
“…From our very first hotel, we have been committed to community values, social justice, and environmental stewardship….”
MAY 2020 SeaStrawsCo
“…Adrift Hospitality is taking a more optimistic approach and looking forward to ‘all of the small ways in which the industry can learn from this pandemic.’…”
FEB 2020 425 Magazine
“…Recent additions to this cozy inn along the shore in Long Beach include a covered pool and a bigger, new spa…”
FEB 2020 Smile4Travel
“…[Adrift’s] interior spreads a nordic, modern marine flair that totally suits the location. The tiny barrel sauna is definitely a good place to stretch your muscles after a long day of hiking or biking along the beach….”
OCTOBER 2019 Ordinary Adventures
“The Adrift Hotel is larger and in the middle of the action right next to the beach. It has bike rentals and board games and is adjoining the distillery and a spa. “
OCTOBER 2019 Coastal River Business Journal
“The Turners said it is their company’s identified mission to not only be true to a building’s character, but to tell the story of its context. “We want to bring visitors to a place that we love and give that experience for a two-night stay,” explained Tiffany. ‘Giving [the building] life now allows us to share that experience’.”
SEPTEMBER 2019 Sip Magazine
“…Adrift Distillers take multiple awards…”
JULY 2019 Cascadia Weekly
“…a beachside property that offers complimentary bikes, an irresistible way to explore the coastline…”
DEC 2017 Leisure Group Travel
“Check into the Adrift Hotel, with its spa and beach cruise bikes for exploring the peninsula. Dinner is at the pickled fish followed by s’mores on the beach and stargazing…”
JUNE 2016 PDX Monthly
“This updated hotel’s 80 rooms pair luxury with sustainability.”