|Minimum Stay||2 - 4 nights|
Our charming 2-bedroom cottage is located in the quiet historic neighborhood of Seaview, WA - a mile south of Long Beach and a short walk from the beach. It has been our family vacation home since it was built in 1898 and we are excited to share our tradition with you.
We have tried to preserve its historic, rustic charm while providing modern amenities: high speed wireless internet, a flat panel LCD TV with a DVD player, and a sound system for your IPOD.
The cottage has 2 bedrooms, each with a double bed, and a futon in the living room (sleeps a max of 6 guests). Furry family members are also welcome with a $10 per pet/per night ($40 minimum fee) with a maximum of 2 dogs.
The kitchen is well stocked with dishes and cooking supplies (including a coffee grinder and French press) and SID's Market is only a block away. The cottage has a wood-stove with a glass door, electric space heaters, & plenty of blankets for chilly nights on the coast.
From Camp Hungry it is a block to the sand dunes & the trail through the dunes to the beach is about 1/4 mile long. There is also street access to the beach less than a mile to the north or south of the cottage.
There are many other local activities to check out: museums, forts, lighthouses, trails, downtown Long Beach, fishing ports & oyster bays - check out our "What to do in Long Beach" page or visit the Long Beach Visitor's Bureau for more information.
We thoroughly hope that you enjoy your stay at Camp Hungry & the Long Beach Peninsula!
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The reservation process was easy and the confirmation information was very helpful. The cottage is in a great location- off the main drag but still walking distance to grocery store and restaurants and also centrally located to beaches and State Parks.
We had a wonderful time at Camp Hungry! I chose this cottage for a weekend away with my boyfriend and our beagle and we had a blast. The cottage is literally 5 minutes away from the Seaview beach access and right across the street from the local market. We used the wood stove all weekend to keep the cottage warm and there was plenty of wood in the shack behind the cottage. I would absolutely recommend this vintage cottage to any family looking for a simple and quiet getaway.
Spring break at Camp Hungry
We had a great time at the sweet little cottage! "We" consisted of 4 16 year olds, 2 adults and 2 boxer dogs. It's a small cottage but we thought it was cozy & intimate. We enjoyed the beach tricycles, go-cart racing, kite flying, exploring Oysterville & the pioneer cemetery, eating out, cooking in, the antique mall, playing games, Lewis & Clark interpretative center and walking around town. The market is only one block away and has a Redbox outside, easy walking to downtown and not too far from the beach. The cottage is in a neighborhood, was quiet at night and we felt comfortable there. Considering "Camp Hungry" was built in 1898 we had everything we needed, we would go there again.
This cabin was not what we were expecting. It was close in to town and many of the best restaurants and the only full scale market in the area - within walking distance. Unfortunantly there was no TV or CD player, - just a radio. But the WIFI was great - alway worked well. The beds were very comfortable with warm bedding (clean) and good mattresses. It was just a strange little cabin and you can always find one at comparable price a couple of miles away at the Ancorage Cabins, with several options, instead of just one.
The area around the Cape Disappointment State Park is beautiful to visit.
The park at the north end of the peninsula has some nice trails that are easy to walk.
I also liked the small town shopping area and the paved bike trail that runs along several miles of the beachfront. Overall a really lovely area that I will want to visit again!
Inside of the house was what some folks might call "shabby chic". The furnishings were plain but serviceable. The kitchen, bathroom and bedding were clean. Enough cookware to make a basic meal. There was a boombox and wireless Internet, plus plenty of old books and boardgames.
A lamp in the living room wasn't working, even with a new bulb. There were also some burnt-out bulbs in the kitchen. I took all the floor mats outside for a good shake as they were sandy. I don't think they had been cleaned for a while.
I found the yard in serious need of some clean-up. The back area behind the wood shed needs to be visited by a weed whacker and a pair of gardening shears.
I also found that the the outside of the windows were cobwebbed, so on my first days I walked around the house with a broom and swept away the dust and webs from the windows!
For a couple, a small family, or someone with a dog, it is an ideal vacation getaway. The location is only a block from a supermarket and a few restaurants. The beach is about a 1/2 mile walk down the road. Plenty of parks and trails to explore.
The only real negative is that this property is starting to get a bit run-down, even for the price. I think the owners should think about taking a couple of weeks to do some serious yard work, fix the front porch, do some paint both inside and out, etc. It's such a pretty and ideal cottage, I hate to see it not in tip-top shape.
My husband, 5-year-old and I really enjoyed our stay here. The cottage was just what we needed. The location, on the southern end of the peninsula, is great for going to Cape Disappointment and all it has to offer. Waikiki beach is fabulous. Being able to walk to the grocery store was great, too. And the blackberry bush loaded with ripe fruit was also a real plus.
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