- Sleeps: 6
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 King Bed
- 2 Queen Beds
- Linens included
- Housekeeping: Included
- 2 Baths
- Satellite Dish
- Gas Fireplace
- CD Player
- Unfenced Yard
Luxury A-frame built directly on the sand with direct low bank beach access.
Located off the beaten path, at the end of a long private drive on a 1/2 acre of tall shore pines. Open floor plan, 24' vaulted ceilings w/ exposed beams, marble, granite, slate, travertine, Etc.. Ocean view granite island kitchen has stainless appliances, restaurant style sink, dual dishwashers and is fully stocked with cooking, dinning & glassware, utensils and all the kitchen toys you will need. The gas fireplace is a perfect place to watch the surf, the 24' tall wall of windows over looking the beach does not disappoint.
The lower level is has an open floor plan with the kitchen, dinning, living area and two quaint (small) bedrooms with queen beds and a large up-scale bathroom (shower). The entire upper level is the master suit with bedroom with king bed (private room with door), small loft area and private bathroom (shower).
Every room has a flat panel LCD HD, TV connected to a Dish Network HD Sat TV 'Hopper' any room DVR "Dish will always have the last 2 weeks of prime time TV waiting for you to view. If you have a Netflix account Dish Network provides you a way to watch. (we also have DVD & Blu-Ray players).
This is not your typical vacation rental, we have no goodwill or hand-me-down furniture. The home is filled with new locally made high-end solid wood furnishings. Our mattresses are top quality and are all less than 3 years old. No scratchy sheets or tattered towels here, we use top quality, high count, 100% cotton liens and replace them often.
To give you a better idea of how close we are to the surf take the time to enlarge picture number 5 and you will see that it was taken while standing in the surf.
We allow well behaved pets of all sizes on a case-by-case basis (the pet fee is $35 for the stay). Please provide your pets age, breed and approximate weight in your inquire.
Due to our close proximity to the surf on BBQ is available May 1 - Oct 31 only (or as weather conditions allow).
A fire on the beach is a must for any stay at the coast and you can have yours just off the back deck. We provide enough seasoned firewood to start a nice fire and there is a TON of firewood on the beach to keep it going all night. We do require that you follow the law (and common sense) and keep all beach fires 100' from all trees (and my house). If the weather is not cooperating then the gas fireplace inside the the perfect place to watch the waves crash against the beach.
Note: If you choose to book via VRBO website they will charge a higher nightly rate and add additional fees.
I know that you can find cheaper places to stay at the coast, but you get what you pay for, would you rather stay at the beach or "on the beach"?
To get a better idea of how close we are to the surf take the time to enlarge picture #5 and you will see that it was taken while standing in the surf.
I manage my home personally and work hard to keep it in top condition.
While I am not a big fan of VRBO they do have the most reliable reviews in the industry and only post reviews that have been verified from renters that have paid there added fees, I have tons of 5 star glowing reviews that you can see at https://www.vrbo.com/506689#reviews
$185 - 335 /Night
Deposits & Policies
||Refundable deposit $300 ($400 peak season)
||See rental agreement
|Check In Time:
|Check Out Time:
||$35/pet for entire stay
||Off season $185 mid week / $225 Fri & Sat, Peak season: $335, Holiday $325
Cleaning fee $80
Lodging tax: 11.8%
Sep 11 2019 - Sep 20,2019: $185/$225
Sep 29, 2019 - Nov 26, 2019: $185/$225
Nov 27, 2019 - Nov 30, 2019: $335
Dec 1, 2019 - Dec 21, 2019: $185/$225
Dec 22, 2019 - Dec 31, 2019 $335
Jan 1, 2020 - Mar 19, 2020 $185/$225
Mar 20, 2020 - Apr 18, 2020 $225/$235
Apr 19, 2020 - May 23, 2020 $ 185/$225
May 22, 2020 - May 24, 2020 $325
May 25, 2020 - Jun 13, 2020 $200/250
Jun 14, 2020 - Aug 29, 2020 $340 (by the week only Sunday to Sunday)
Aug 30, 2020 - Sep 4, 2020 $330 (5 nights, Sunday - Friday)
Sep 4, 2020 - Sep 7, 2020 $340 (Labor Day weekend 4 night minimum)
Sep 8, 2020 - Sep 19, 2020 $300/$325.00
Sep 20, 2020 - Sep 26, 2020 $275/$300
Sep 27, 2020 - Nov 24, 2020 $185/$225
Nov 25, 2020 - Nov 28, 2020 $335 ( 4 night minimum for Thanksgiving)
Nov 29, 2020 - Dec 22, 2020 $185/$225
Dec 23, 2020 - Jan 3, 2021 $335 (4 night minimum)
Payment methods: I do my very best to keep my prices low by eliminating extra fees. The above rates are based on my preferred method of payment which is personal check or Paypal, I also accept credit cards provided that you cover the 3% fee. Additionally you are a big fan of VRBO.com and do not mind paying all of the added fees, you can book with them directly at https://www.vrbo.com/506689
We accept well behaved pets of all sizes on a case by case basis with a $35 fee (for each pet) for the entire stay. Please include your pets age, breed and approximate weight in your inquire. Note: We do not allow pets to be left alone inside the home unless in a kennel or "tied up" anywhere on the property (our home is built on a dune and beach grasses damages by pets can take decades to recover).
|| September 10-13 & 18-20 are availabl
2 night minimum off season - No check in/out on a Saturday (we have never been successful at renting out the other half of the weekend).
Refundable security deposit: $300 ($400 peak/holiday)
Pet fee: $35 per pet for the entire stay
We do not charge booking, reservations, service or any other made up fees.
Things to See & Do
The Town: Downtown Rockaway Beach looks and feels like a classic beach town from decades gone by. More than a dozen restaurants are mixed in with the antique, gift, candy, souvenir and other shops line the streets. No traffic, no stop lights, no casinos and even in peak summer Rockaway never feels crowded. During the winter months the ocean becomes even more spectacular making it the preferred time of year to visit for people that are into storm watching.
The Beach: Rockaway Beach has seven miles of pristine white-sand beaches that are open to the public and are never crowded. Visitors come to Rockaway to enjoy a number of beach activities, including; beach combing, kite flying, boarding, sun bathing, surf fishing, bird-watching and more. (140 bird species have been identified in the Rockaway Beach area).
Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad: The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad (OSCAR.net) the antique steam engine pulls trains for scenic trips between the towns of Garibaldi and Rockaway during the summer months. Dinner trains also are available from Garibaldi a few times per year.
Fishing and Whale Watching: The Oregon Coast has seen a boom in recreational fishing in recent years and numerous charter fishing boats are available. Crabbing from the public dock or rental boat are both popular as well as fresh water fishing in one of the area's 7 rivers and many lakes. If fishing is not your thing consider a whale watching charter boat for up-close viewing. The whale migrations usually happen in late March and late December, and while they can be viewed from shore, going out on a charter boat will get you even closer to the action.
Rockaway Beach Oregon: Located 90 miles west of Portland Oregon and was one of the first vacation hot spots on the Oregon Coast. Founded in 1920, long before the roads were completed families came by train each summer to enjoy the beach. Today Rockaway Beach is still a favorite vacation destination because of it's natural beauty and steam train's only job is to provide tourists with scenic views of forested mountains that slope into the Ocean and the dramatic rock formations just off shore.
From the Owner: Dozens of 5 star reviews for my can be found at https://www.vrbo.com/506689#reviews. (note: booking my home via VRBO will result in extra fees.)
My elderly mother, myself and my brother and sister-in-law just spent a week at this wonderful, comfortable beach house. The sand is right out the back door, and the views were fantastic! Sunsets and sunrises were the best parts of the day. The home is well decorated and the dual sofas in the living room, as well as all 3 beds were super comfortable. Televisions in each room allowed for us all to watch what we wanted at night, or we could watch together by the cozy gas fireplace in the living room. The bathrooms are roomy and the water pressure for showing was great. Fresh clean linens in the bedrooms and bathrooms. My mother could not climb down the 5 or so rock stairs to the actual beach, but she enjoyed watching the surf from the back porch. We would gladly stay here again!! Thank you Mike for sharing your little slice of heaven with us. Pictures just don't do it justice.
from Three Forks, MT
Review Source: BeachcombersNW.com