This is a small older house 1.5 stories has small rooms but nice. There is a large rock front that keeps the water from coming in. but the house set right behind that rock wall and looks out to the water. This is Willapa Bay . What you need to cook with stove microwave frig (no dishwasher) lots of dish soap. 2 small bedrooms with double bed in each plus a hid-a-bed in the living room with double bed. Deck is large & has gas BBQ for the using. Small 1/2 bath on main & full bath upstairs.
“Loretta is an incredibly gracious host! I appreciated how simple it was to access the property and how quickly she responded to our messages! She had great recommendations for food but her place was equipped with everything we needed in order to prepare food for ourselves. Super clean, we were comfortable to wash up, wash towels, watch movies (complete with a variety of VHS & DVDs, recliners and snuggly blankets!). There were board games to play, a nice deck to watch the stunning sunsets and a pit for a small outdoor fire. The location on the dead end road puts you literally feet from the water’s edge. Peaceful, restful, quiet and beautiful. The perfect spot for reconnecting with the family, we’ll be back!!!”
Mid-Century meets the beach in the heart of Ocean Park. Delightful, 500 sq ft cabin features an open layout, complete with electric fireplace, colorful art, custom countertops and barn door. The bedroom boasts a 14" memory foam mattress and open closet. The living room sports an extra-wide futon with a memory foam topper, which comfortably sleeps two. The kitchen includes new compact appliances, blender/food processor, microwave oven, coffee maker & grinder. 5 minute drive to the beach.
“This small cottage was a perfect getaway for my partner and I. The space had everything we needed to be comfortable, the 30-second walk to the grocery store was very convenient, and there was an equally convenient paved path all the way down to the beach. We also loved the quirky and quaint town around the place. Would happily re-visit this space.”
Beautiful location, between the Pacific Ocean and Willapa Bay, both within walking distance. Peaceful, quiet location, where at times you can have the beach nearly to yourself, if that is too crowded then you can enjoy lovely soul soothing hiking trails on the bay that are never crowded . No WiFi or television, cell phone service spotty, Verizon works, rest 1/4 mi . Get away from the rat race and enjoy life. Large deep bath tub to melt the kinks Great Breakfasts served every day of your visit!
“We were on the west coast for a conference and decided to come out a few days early to explore the Pacific Northwest. We chose John's place because it was situated about halfway between our conference and Haystack Rock and was reasonably priced. We knew nothing else about the area. We were very pleasantly surprised with not only the accommodations but with the location as well. Situated near the end of Long Beach Peninsula, John's home was the epitome of serenity. A short walk and even shorter drive to historical Oysterville allows one to travel to the late 1800's--early 1900's in a matter of minutes. I remain highly impressed with the hard work and dedication of those to have created such an amazing space and highly recommend the visit. Stop in to visit Oysterville Sea Farms for what John says is some of the best Clam Chowder available--just read the reviews. To get to Oysterville, one must drive through Long Beach. The two towns are at polar ends of the spectrum geographically and in personality. Long Beach is very touristy (which I love) while Oysterville is very secluded and serene (which I also love). The locals tell me that there are very few if any rental opportunities in Oysterville making John's place even more of a gem. We arrived around 6 pm to a letter that John was out hiking and would be back soon. The house was enchanting both inside and out and we were greeted by two horses. Check-in was simple. There truly is minimal to no cellphone coverage in this area. After settling-in we left in search of sustenance and stumbled upon Sarah's Rusty Spur Bar & Grill, then later we found Jack's Country Store. Jack's is its own gem much deserving of an entirely different review. We arrived back at John's place to perfect weather and a fire in the yard. John's enthusiasm for conversation and sharing his experiences and home was greatly appreciated. He made delicious vegetarian breakfast both mornings we were there. We had a large tub and very spacious shower at our disposal with lovely soaps and shampoos. We could have chosen either a loft with two beds or the master bedroom with one bed and we chose the loft, which overlooked the living/dining area. John made many local recommendations, all of which we took and we were not disappointed. We also drove by a goat farm that sold goat milk, cheese and soaps. Stop in, buy some soap and talk to the gentleman that runs the place. We learned a LOT about goats. In short--I would not hesitate to stay at John's place again, and hope I am given the opportunity to do so.”