Situated on the Willipa Bay, this unique home is located in historic Oysterville, WA on the Long Beach Peninsula, 1 mile from the Pacific Ocean. The architecture is reminiscent to the 1850's in which the village was founded. The house was built to take advantage of Bay Views from nearly every room. Interior finishes include granite countertops, hand scrapped wood floors, large
master featuring fireplace, walk in closet and walk in tile shower, Jacuzzi tub upstairs, two bed rooms upstairs with
terraces, one with fireplace, Fireplace in open living
room, library and entertainment room, wet bar, pocket
doors, beautiful grounds, very relaxing and quiet, LOTS
of wild life. Includes separate cottage, charming village.
Private second home until recently, beautifully appointed
with designer sheets, linens, and cookware, very
Cancellation and refund policy: A non refundable deposit
is due at the time of reservation for ½ the total amount
due. The balance for your stay is due 30 days prior to
the start date of your rental. For reservations cancelled
less than 30 days prior to scheduled arrival, no refund
will be given. If a reservation is cancelled more than 30
days in advance of arrival, your reservation is subject to
a cancellation charge of 10% of the total bill.
A damage deposit of $200 is required that is 100%
refundable providing there was no damage during your
stay and house guidelines were complied with. Failure to comply with guidelines may result in additional charges.
2012 ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:
Razor Clam Dig Days!
Whale Watching on the Coast-
Gray whales annually pass by the Peninsula twice each year, once on their migration from the Arctic to their wintering and breeding grounds in Southern California and Mexico and on the return trip from the southern climes.
Saturday Market at the Port –
April through September
Shop for farm fresh produce, handmade crafts, fine art, plants, cut flowers, baked goods and mouthwatering prepared food. Watch the boats go by & catch of the day come in. Uniquely situated on the waterfront. 10 AM–4 PM every Saturday
May through September
Entertainment and activities in downtown Long Beach. Balloon and chalk art, horse and wagon rides, face painting and more. The Columbia-Pacific Farmers’ Market and live entertainment are every Friday from 3pm-7pm between 2nd and 3rd Streets South.
Art Walk in Ilwaco –
June through September
Businesses open their doors and welcome friends, neighbors and visitors with refreshments and art.
Waikiki Beach Concert Series-
June through August
Free outdoor concerts at amphitheater overlooking Waikiki Beach in Cape Disappointment State Park. One-hour performances start at 7 PM. June 9 & 23, July 14 & 28, Aug 11 & 25, 2012
Wild Mushroom Celebration-
October through November
The Peninsula is home to 18 varieties of edible wild mushrooms. Participating restaurant, inn and bed & breakfast owners offer daily wild mushroom specials.
Asian New Year-
Each year, the World Kite Museum features the kites and cultures of a different Asian country. Uniquely shaped & decorated kites and other folk arts are displayed. February 4-5, 2012
Spring Break Family Kite Fun-
World Kite Museum hosts their annual Spring Fling Events for kids and families. March and April, 2012
Peninsula Quilt Guild Show-
Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum will have over 100 quilts on display, submitted by guild members. Free admission. March 16-18, 2012
Peninsula Arts Association 20th Annual Spring Show-
Spring show presents the work of over 60 local artists and unique shopping for inspired creations. April 1, 2012
Ilwaco welcomes tall ships back to the Port of Ilwaco. The grand arrival of the tall ships includes free dockside tours.
35th Annual Beach to Chowder 10K Run & 5K Walk/Run and Half Marathon-
Participants can choose Half Marathon on Discovery Trail through ocean dunes, 5k walk/run or 10k run with ocean waves breaking nearby. Eight age divisions, many prizes; clam chowder served at awards ceremony. June 23, 2012
Annual Northwest Garlic Festival-
Garlic food and condiments, garlic games, garlic crafts, live entertainment and the Clove Brothers, all in Ocean Park. June 16-17, 2012
Music in the Gardens-
Tour a variety of Peninsula gardens. Garden styles may include formal, cottage, vegetable, herb & vintage. Some will feature live performances and recorded music by Water Musical Festival performers. July 21, 2012
Independence Day Fireworks on the Beach-
Fireworks explode over the ocean in front of the Long Beach boardwalk. the displays go on for hours before and after the official show at dusk. July 4, 2012
Sandsations and City Sandsations-
Professional sand sculptors build in downtown Long Beach for 3 days, followed by the traditional contest on the beach on Saturday. Free lessons Friday and Saturday. Free hot dogs and Sand Flea Pet Parade Saturday. July 25-29, 2012
Jazz & Oysters in Ocean Park-
Live jazz event in Ocean Park. Offerings include grilled oysters, fruit & cheese plates & desserts, beverages and libations. Single ticket or Combo with Blues & Seafood are available. August 19, 2012
Annual Washington State International Kite Festival-
Voted ‘Best Kite Festival in the World’ by Kite Trade Assoc. Int’l. The week includes competitions by professional and amateur kite flyers, choreographed kite flies, mass ascensions, fireworks, lighted night kite flies, vendors & more. August 20-26, 2012
Rod Run to the End of the World-
Annual classic car show features thousands of automobiles, from Model As to the muscle cars of the 60s and 70s. Main events are held at Wilson Field in Ocean Park, but the cars will be seen all over the peninsula. September 8-9, 2012
Keywords: Waterfront, Vacation Home