About the property
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 - 4 nights
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Pacific Vista is a two story beach home sited on a wooded, sloping
lot that affords a splendid view of the beach, ocean and Three Arch
Rocks. With two stories of glass facing the ocean, this home was
designed to enthrall you with its setting. With three bedrooms and a
sleeping loft, this home can comfortably accommodate ten people.
For outside enjoyment there is a large, wraparound deck that takes
advantage of the full view of the beach and coast, allowing travelers to
soak in every sight and sound of the ocean. The house is located an
easy 5 minute walk to an outstanding beach area. The kitchen in Pacific
Vista is large and fully equipped. The dining room is very large with
seating for eight plus. The front room has a large TV and fireplace.
Pacific Vista has three private bedrooms and two full baths. The
master bedroom has a queen bed and a separate bath. Another large
bedroom has a queen bed and a quiet garden view. An equally roomy
bedroom has a luxury queen hideaway bed and deck access. The
sleeping loft has two twin beds. A luxury futon is also located in the
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- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 11, 2018
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Check-out: 11:00 AM
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Stunning views; great location
The Pacific Vista house is nestled in a gem of a location on the Oregon Coast. Sitting on an unobstructed bluff, the house treats you to glorious sunsets and views of the prominent rock formations offshore just off of Maxwell Point: Storm Rock, Finley Rock/Three Arch Rocks, Shag Rock, and (little) Seal Rock. Oceanside beach itself is a rare find. From the house, you have views of Netarts Bay to your left and rock formations to the right, ticking off what I consider a great ocean view. (There are many places with beaches, too, but the views are generic, uninteresting stretches of sand and water.) Best part: the beach was rarely crowded when we were there. Oceanside is right off the Cape Meares Loop and we took advantage of easy access to Tillamook, the three Capes, Pacific City, and Netarts—all some of the best scenic drives and hiking on the Oregon Coast. Inside the house you have everything you need. The kitchen is well-equipped with everything you might need to prepare meals (which we did, having stocked up for all our food at Fred Meyers; Oceanside itself doesn’t have very many dining options). We bought fresh seafood in Bay City (best clam chowder to go at The Fish Peddler!) and cooked up the best meals at the house. The large dishwasher makes clean-up a breeze. We watched the sunsets on the large wrap-around deck. Make sure you bring warm clothes (a hooded windbreaker for sure) as walks on the beach are chilly. The house itself is cozy with strong floorboard heating and also a wood-burning fireplace (you might want to buy extra firewood).
Several things that could be improved: the movie selection is outdated and mostly VHS tapes (whoa, old school!). There is only one main seating option in the living room: a rather lumpy futon sofa. A comfy papasan chair with an ottoman rounds out the other seating option, but that’s set off. In general, more seating in this space would be great. We would often move the dining chairs around the living area to create seating to watch sunset. Finally, the cleaning policy was an eye-opener. You are required to launder and dry the bath towels before you leave and strip the linens from the bed and put them in the wash. As a policy this is fine, except that you are charged a $100 cleaning fee that should probably include this.
Overall, however, the house is worth it for the views and location!
Amazing view! Loft bedroom not too private but we made it work for our gang! Well appointed kitchen.
Rent this place for a fabulous family getaway!
This place gets 6 out of 5 stars for the view, which is stunning. The kitchen has everything you could possibly need. The living spaces worked fine for our group of seven. There is a great supply of books, games, puzzles and toys. One draw back is the twin beds in the loft are really in the entry way with nothing to separate them from the front door. Sadly, we never could get the TV/entertainment equipment to work properly.
The views were fabulous
The house is very nice, all the beds were comfortable except the one off the kitchen..you can feel the springs, the only thing lacking was (according to my husband) was a overstuffed comfortable chairs. That being said, this is a great place..
Quiet home, relaxing stay
There were 7 of us women, we did think there was to be 8 private sleeping, but we had to bunk with a few of the girls. We could have slept on the couch and a roll out bed, but both were pretty hard. Kitchen was well stocked and we appreciated that a lot. Nice big washer and dryer, and lots of hot water for showers.
Everyone agrees. Let's do this one again.
First use of VRBO in Florida was just an OK experience. Second use of VRBO in Oceanside was fantastic. Great views. Great house. Nice hike to beach. Everything you would want in a place to call it a temporary home. The kitchen was well equipped. The beds comfortable. Plenty of supplies to last for the stay. Great view(already mentioned this but worth mentioning again). We will do this one again. Thanks!!!