Sea Peace has one bedroom downstairs, with an elegant four-poster queen bed and ensuite ¾ bath, with a private patio. The garage and laundry are also on the ground floor. Upstairs there’s the living room (with an ocean view!), along with the kitchen, second bathroom and bedroom. For evenings or rainy days there’s an HD TV with Blu-ray DVD with surround sound, stereo and wireless internet too. The overall décor of this home is stylish and graceful. The kitchen is nice, bright and fully-equipped with pots, pans, dishes, glasses and silverware. There’s a full-size range and fridge and a dishwasher, as well as a breakfast bar that seats 4 too. The bathroom upstairs is a full bath, with tub shower. The upstairs bedroom is also very elegant with a queen bed. The living room is furnished with two futons – one full and one queen size, so Sea Peace sleeps up to eight (8) people total.
Enjoy the comfort and convenience of Long Beach! Sea Peace is near the Bolstad beach approach, an easy walk to beach activities or downtown. Great shopping and a variety of restaurants are all close by, plus lots of things for the kids to do. There’s miniature golf right across the street, and the arcade and rides are just a couple blocks away. The Bolstad beach approach is a hub of activity year-round, but especially during the summer months, with the International Kite Festival in August and, of course fireworks on Independence Day and New Year’s Eve.
There’s even more to explore on the Long Beach Peninsula, all 26 plus miles of it. The Port of Ilwaco and Cape Disappointment are only a short drive away, as well as Waikiki Beach and the North Head lighthouse. There are some great art galleries at the Port of Ilwaco, and during the summer months there’s Saturday Market too, with a variety of local arts and crafts, foods, flowers and plants for sale. You can even see pirates at times. Ilwaco also has its own fireworks in July. The Port also features some fine restaurants with local seafood offerings created by our great chefs. Or take a charter trip for salmon, halibut, tuna or sturgeon. On the north end of the Peninsula is Ocean Park, with bookstores, restaurants and gift stores. Visit Jack’s Country Store to see this historic yet current meeting place. In Nahcotta you can buy fresh oysters and enjoy the wonderful views of Willapa Bay. On the extreme north end of the Peninsula, the place to see is Ledbetter Point State Park -- it’s a wonderful place for hiking to the beach or to the bay.
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