$445 to $695/nt
$225 - $325 per night 2 night min stay
$385 per night 2 night min stay
$225- $375/nt Dollars
$60 - $400/nt
Recent Ocean Shores reviews
"We all really enjoyed our time at Pacific wind, the house was really clean and well- maintained. I had adult children and everyone said their bedroom was clean and their beds was really comfortable. The kitchen was stocked with everything we needed. We had one issues and it was address quickly by the owner who was very helpful and easy to contact. We would love to stay their again next year."Guest: Traveling Mom Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 2, 2014View listing
"I was incredibly lucky (due to a cancellation at the last minute) to get the very last available room in Ocean Shores on a super-busy, summer weekend and booked a room at the Nautilus. The owners were helpful, gracious and professional in helping me arrange my stay. The room, with its sweeping view of the ocean and dunes, is also graced with a full balcony and corner window with no other signs of civilization in sight (windows, people, cars, signs, etc)- so the entire panoramic view is nothing but pure, natural, Pacific beach beauty. It felt SO private and calm, and all we could hear were the breakers and seabirds. Loved that!! Also, the room was extremely comfortable, clean and well appointed. For the two of us, it felt like home for our brief stay. I will *most definitely* come back and stay again. I've stayed at the other, big-ticket hotels and inns in Ocean Shores many times before, and the Nautilus felt much more intimate and serene, which is why I come to see the Pacific in the first place. Awesome experience! Thank you."Guest: John M. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014View listing
"Every year, the Girl Scout troop that I lead plans a big deal overnight trip to celebrate the end of the year and as a big reward for another successful cookie sale. Usually we go to Great Wolf Lodge, but we changed it up this year and booked a weekend at The Miramar House. Let's put it this way - one night at Great Wolf cost us roughly the same as a weekend at Miramar, so we were already doing better than usual! The house itself is amazing. Seriously. We came with four adults and 16 kids between the ages of 7 and 17, so we rented the main house plus one of the downstairs rooms that sleeps 12. It couldn't have been set up better and it's PERFECT for large groups. Everything you could possibly need is stocked in the house - towels, linens, extra tables, even bikes to take out. There are board and card games, DVDs and Blu-Rays, deck chairs to set out on the balcony and a firepit to sit around in the evening. The kitchen is so well stocked, you're never going to want to leave - all you need to do is bring your own food and you'll find every possible way to cook it. All of the girls want to come back next year - and I think we will be!"Guest: missjill40506 Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 21, 2014View listing
"We really enjoyed our stay. It was quiet, convenient to all we wanted to see - the beaches, there and within an hours drive - Quinault rain forest, Ruby Beach, etc. A few extra towels for staying a week and a broom and dustpan would be great additions. We would definitely stay there again."Guest: Nostalgic Outdoorsy Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 10, 2014View listing
Ocean Shores Travel Tips
The Advantages of Ocean Shores Vacation Rentals
If you are looking for a vacation destination which incorporates beach, rainforest and beautiful natural attractions, then Ocean Shores in Washington State is sure to appeal. Located on a peninsula with six miles of sandy beaches and a mountain backdrop which is picture-perfect, Ocean Shores has some stunning natural scenery on all sides.
The 682-acre Oyehut Wildlife Recreation Area is one of many places in the area offering great outdoor activities while preserving the natural habitat for local animals and birds. Flower farms, state parks, scenic highways and trails make Ocean Shores the perfect place to escape city life but the area is also well supplied with excellent restaurants and shopping for those who get serious withdrawal symptoms.
Those looking for a quiet vacation surrounded by stunning scenery will enjoy this beautiful destination. Walks along the seashore and trails through the forest beckon those looking for an outdoor lifestyle which can be enjoyed at their own pace.
Most visitors to Ocean Shores are looking for a quiet retreat and an oasis of calm. A vacation home is the perfect place to relax and enjoy all that this beautiful area has to offer. Often located in some of the best locations, a condo or vacation home provides plenty of space for all the family. It can also be a cozy hideaway for a romantic stay. With fully-equipped kitchens and excellent amenities, many guests return again and again to “their” holiday home, knowing they will no be disappointed. All vacation homes are individual and different. Some have great views, hot tubs, log fires, bicycles or kayaks included with the home. Most have a pile of games and books to enhance the vacation experience, making them compare very favorably with hotel amenities for a fraction of the cost.
Things to Do at Ocean Shores Condos
Ocean Shores is the perfect vacation destination for those who enjoy fresh air and outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, bird watching and golfing. The miles of sandy beaches are perfect for walking along in the surf; beachcombing is a popular pastime. Go horseback riding, rent a bike, play a round of golf or go razor clam digging at low tide, with the appropriate license, of course. Those visiting the area between March and May will have the opportunity to take tours and watch the Pacific Grey Whales just offshore as they migrate between Mexico and the Bering Sea.
Places to Visit Around Ocean Shores Waterfront Rentals
Nearby attractions include Lake Quinault, approximately a 45-minute drive from Ocean Shores, where you can rent a boat or go hiking in the rainforest. The Olympic National Forest is also nearby, offering many more opportunities for walking and exploring.
The undiscovered gem of Point Grenville offers a wide sandy beach of volcanic sand and some unusual seastack scenery. Taholah is a magnificent beach just a short drive from Ocean Shores and requires a family beach pass for access. There is a massive spruce forest running down to the mouth of the Quinault river where huge spruce driftwood gathers in piles. In contrast to the rural beauty, Quinault Beach Resort has a vibrant casino and many excellent bars and restaurants.
Getting to Ocean Shores, WA
The area around Ocean Shores is served by the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on the south side of Seattle. It is about 93 miles from Ocean Shores.
The Weather in Ocean Shores, WA
Temperatures in Washington state during the summer average around 60 F (15 C) with an average high of 68 F (20 C) in July. During January, the average temperatures generally remain above freezing at 37 F (3 C), due to its coastal location. The winter months see plenty of rainfall with December averaging 10 inches of rain.