Moclips House Rental Photos and Description
Beachfront house, 3 bedroom, 2 baths (Sleeps 8-10)
Your Pacific Northwest Beach house getaway features white water views from the master bedroom, deck, also from the kitchen and living room. Walk right out to the sandy beach and search for the priceless, elusive and popular glass ball floats, sea glass, seashells, build a sand castle or come fly your kites!
Later while enjoying dinner on the Oceanfront deck, be witness to spectacular sunsets, wildlife and magnificent waves of the Pacific Ocean. As the sun is setting build your bonfire and hold a marshmallow on a stick or cozy up to the living room or master bedroom fireplaces.
For awe-inspiring views of the Ocean and further relaxation, enjoy the hot tub near the the waters edge or Jacuzzi tub in the master bedroom. Leave your window open and fall asleep to the sound of waves.
Welcome to your home at the beach where memories are made and Beach Dreams do come true!
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
Our family has enjoyed living on the beach for 25 years. Our children went to Ocean Shores Elementary and the North Beach High and yes! the kids even learned to drive and golf on the beach!
Michelle purchased this house in 2005
Why Michelle chose Moclips
We have been building custom homes including our own on this beach for many years and wanted to share with others the dream of living/vacationing on the beach with a front row seat in this true Ocean Front Home. You will not need to walk through a village or crowd staying here! This is a close as you can get to the Ocean on the NW pacific and you share this beach with very few people :)
What makes this house unique
Razor clamming,(when in season),Biking, kite flying, Bon-fires, Shelling, Kayaking, Museums, Antiquing,
Also Fishing & Golf! A short drive to some of the best hiking trails in the Olympic Rain Forest or go for a scenic drive around Lake Quinault.
Bring your binoculars to search across the horizon for ships and the Japanese glass balls that may float in :)