Come stay at this gorgeous, oceanfront, Newport vacation rental and enjoy a location with close beach access, a golf course right next door, a private hot tub, and plenty of space for eight guests and two dogs!
This lovely home is located in the Agate Beach area; to the north you can see the iconic Yaquina Head Lighthouse, and to the south you have two miles of coastline and town to explore! Walk just a block from your door to a short trail that takes you to the beach, where you can spend time beach combing, looking for tide pools, and relaxing on the sand. Drive south into Newport to find a variety of restaurants, shops, and activities to keep everyone busy during your stay.
This four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home can comfortably host eight guests and two dogs (an additional pet fee does apply). The house opens onto the living room, with a wood fireplace, flat screen TV with cable and a Blu-ray player, and views of the majestic ocean. A full kitchen has all the tools you may need to cook up tasty meals, which you can eat family-style in the attached dining room! You will also have Internet access and a laundry room on the main level for your convenience.
Upstairs are three bedrooms and a full bathroom. The basement has been converted into a separate apartment, complete with a kitchen, a laundry room, and a living room. This is a great option for a couple to have their own space.
Outside, enjoy a peaceful, landscaped front yard. The back patio area off the basement living room has seating with amazing ocean views, and a private hot tub that is perfect for relaxing after a long day walking on the beach.
This house is an amazing place to take your loved ones to explore the Central Oregon Coast, and enjoy everything that wonderful Newport has to offer. Go golfing, peruse some antique shops, get a drink at the Rogue Brewery, visit the aquarium, or try crabbing and fishing in the bay!
Stay at this gorgeous home with close beach access and space for everyone, and get the most out of your trip!
*Please note that the trail leading to the beach is a longer trail and the end of the trail leads out to a creek that can rise during the rainy stormy season. The guests should use caution in the fall and winter months.