Watch magnificent sunsets over the Pacific Ocean at this two-bedroom Seal Rock escape, a darling manufactured home with a dog-friendly attitude, a deck that overlooks the water, and outstanding beach access only a short distance away.
This single-level home enjoys a spectacular perch in view of the ocean, just across Highway 101 from Seal Rock State Recreation Site. Beach access awaits at Northwest Cross Street. Wake up each morning to observe the local seals and black oystercatchers on the beach, explore the countless wonders of Brian Booth State Park (two miles north) and Driftwood Beach State Recreation Site (three miles south), and spend a day (or several) at the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport nine miles north.
The interior living space is sweet and inviting. Unfold a board game on the plush carpeting, snuggle up on the sofa or armchair with a good book, and choose a movie from the DVD/VHS library to watch on one of the three TVs, the DVD player, and the VCR. There's also a double-size sofabed for getting nice and comfy.
Wake up each morning to use the free WiFi to check the tides, and hit the nearby tide pools in search of rare sea cucumbers and giant green anemones. Come home to toss your salty clothes in the private washer/dryer, prepare a homemade breakfast in the full kitchen (with a dishwasher), and read the morning newspaper outside on the sun-splashed deck. One dog is even welcome to join you, but please note that a small nightly pet fee applies.
Come and discover the fascinating wildlife and history of Seal Rock - book your trip to the Central Oregon Coast today!