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Maximum 3 cars and 4 guests at The Submarine Historic Beach House used as a Lookout during WW11! Spectacular view and huge deck are the high points of this old place..Wi-Fi too. Have a picnic on the 40' X 20' deck with hot tub. Beach access from the deck is 90 stairs where an almost private beach awaits ...not many have beach stairs in this stretch of Lincoln City.
Master bedroom has private deck overlooking the surf! Dining area for 6 with Ocean view. Completely furnished with linens and towels, as well as a starter kit of paper products.
Oct. May 125.00 midweek - 175.00 Weekend
Jun & Sept 150.00 midweek - 175.00 Weekend
Jul & Aug. 199.00 per night
Plus 85.00 clean fee, 5.00 process fee and 10.5% tax.
*Holiday's are subject to higher rate and or Min. night stay.
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
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Submarine sits overlooking the famous "Nelscott Wave". World class surfing competition held every year. It's known as the only place on the Oregon Coast with the right conditions for big -wave surfing. Named for the former community of Nelscott, which is now part of Lincoln City. Submarine looks directly out to the Nelscott Reef.