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USA Washington Washington Coast Moclips Listing #19183

Beachfront Cabin - Moclips, WA

2 Reviews
Max Occupancy: 2 1 Queen Bed 0 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom 2 Dog Max 
4771 Pacific Avenue, Moclips, WA 98562

NEW LISTING! Dog-friendly, waterfront studio cottage w/private beach access

This one of a kind, dog-friendly cabin is located in Moclips on a pristine beachfront lot with its own private beach access. The cabin is set up like a studio with a kitchen (fully equipped with stove, oven, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, pans, dishes), bathroom with shower, bedroom and wood-burning stove. Enjoy the cabin for summer stays and winter storm watches. Your view extends north to Pt. Grenville and south to Ocean Shores. There is excellent surf fishing right outside your door.

Wake up to the spectacular view of the pristine ocean with eagles, seagulls, pelicans, deer, fishing boats and activities on the beach. You can ride bikes on the beach (it is a blast) build massive sand castles, have a fire, search for treasures and watch for sea life.

What's nearby:
Take a short drive to Pacific Beach, Lake Quinault, the Olympic Peninsula, and Ocean Shores. Walk out the door 16 steps and you are right on the beach, where there are miles of sandy beach with shells and sand dollars. There is kayaking, swimming, surfing, hunting, fishing, whitewater rafting, and more right in the area!

Things to know:
Free WiFi
Dogs welcome for an additional fee
Full kitchen (without dishwasher)

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2 Reviews

Lenore P. Oct 2018
Small place, but it has everything we needed. The bed was a little crammed for two tall people, but everything else was perfect.
James . Jul 2017
We stayed in this Moclips cabin for two nights in July 2014 and were disappointed in ourselves for not staying for more time. This is an amazing and adorable space right on the beach! It's exactly the size you would expect from the pictures and perfect for a couple looking for a romantic getaway. The furniture and decorations were charming. We walked onto the sand and watched the sunset over the Pacific one night. We also spent a foggy night, sitting in chairs on the lawn, enjoying the peaceful sound of the waves. The picture window overlooking the ocean is great for sitting at the table, sharing a meal and enjoying the view. This is an amazing deal when you compare it to the low quality motel rooms going for higher prices on the Olympic Peninsula. I would definitely recommend this to other couples looking for both a romantic getaway and an unique place to stay while exploring the Olympic National Forest.