Nuzzled among the windswept pine coastline, the Sea Oats Cottage is an ideal base to hike in the dunes, beach-comb for sand dollars, play fetch the driftwood with your dog or wrap up in a warm blanket, harvest succulent Razor Clams and watch the Pacific storms roll in. This venerable beach cottage offers: cozy comforting accommodations with a gas fireplace, culinary kitchen, sea-mist deck and ocean views. Attuned to nature, dogs, and the kickback Pacific Beach setting, the cottage comes stocked with dog towels, games, the best recipes from the sea, ever and instructions for harvesting razor clams (check for when clams are in season).
Enjoy spectacular views of Pacific Ocean sunsets from the spacious deck. Take in the beauty of Pacific Beach, one of the finest clamming, crabbing, kiting, sand castle making and beachcombing spots on the Northwest coast. Sea Oats really is just one block from the beach. This classic beachside dog-friendly cottage has a reverse floor plan with an open great room for your family to enjoy the breathtaking views of hills, sand and surf. Prepare meals in the well-stocked culinary kitchen. Eat at the dining table next to large picture windows facing the ocean. Relax in the comfortable living room with a glass a wine, cup of hot cocoa, or morning coffee. On the ground floor, three bedrooms allow guests to fall peacefully asleep to the hypnotic sounds of the sea.
Sea Oats beach cottage is located 18 miles north of Ocean Shores off scenic Moclips Highway 109 in the quaint seaside town of Pacific Beach. Easy beach access right out the private front gate and short 1 block walk to sand. Our cottage sits adjacent to the Pacific Beach state park with seasonal opportunities for clamming and crabbing. Five-minute drive to the mighty town of MoClips where you can find the Museum of the North Coast and hikes. Two-minute drive to Seabrook with various shops and restaurants. Only five minutes to the Ocean Crest restaurant offering outstanding cuisine and wines. Spring is fresh with various festivals, including the annual chocolate festival that brings sweet decadence ocean side. No matter what the season, there is plenty of room to stroll, jog, bike, hike, nature watch, fish, whale-watch, and relax.
Things to know:
Two dogs welcome for an additional fee (Leash law in effect in town and on beach)
Seasonal clam digging is a regulated activity and requires a license issued from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife