This Pacific Beach vacation rental is one short block from the ocean and has everything the family needs for a perfect trip. With an enclosed yard, grill, and large deck, this cozy cottage is ready-made for Washington Coast getaways.
This home was built in 1920, and is one of the few original cottages remaining in Pacific Beach. Be sure to watch "McQ," one of John Wayne's last movies, which features scenes in the interior of this home! The Museum of the North Beach is just up the road towards Moclips and highlights photos and memorabilia from the movie, as well as local artifacts - a history lover's dream!
Enjoy your morning coffee and a delicious pastry from the Surf House Café, right next door! Pacific Beach State Park is two blocks south and offers an incredible 2,300 feet of Pacific Ocean beachfront activities that include picnicking, camping, fishing, swimming, clam digging, and beach combing. You & I Market convenience store is one block north, and D & K Grocery is half a block west. Take a three-minute drive south down the 109 to Mill 109 Restaurant & Pub or learn a little about Washington at the Historic Dorothy Anderson Cabin.
Things to know:
Full kitchen (with dishwasher)
Private gas grill
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