FALL SPECIAL (*excluding holidays and black out dates) M-W $89. per night for 2, plus tax and cleaning. Minimum 2 nights. Additional persons at $5. per night plus tax.
FALL Weekend special: Stay 2 nights for 2 at $129. per night (plus tax and cleaning) and get the third night for $69. 3 nights = $109. per night (additional persons @ $5. each). Contact Randy and mention this FALL SPECIAL promotion for this price.
Our beach home sits right on the sand with only the beach grass between you and the water. It features a large fully furnished kitchen, gas fireplace and an open floor plan. A full set of windows allows in plenty of light and overlooks the private deck with view of the Siletz bay and the ocean beyond.
The large kitchen and open dining/living room with the adjacent furnished patio provides full entertainment opportunities. The dining table comfortably seats 7 with adjacent seating for 4 at the bar. The kitchen is fully equipped with stove, microwave and dishwasher. All dishes and cooking utensils are provided. The living room includes cable television, over stuffed chairs and a sleeper sofa.
The home comfortably sleeps 7. All bedrooms are upstairs and two bedrooms have queen beds. The master bedroom has a over stuffed chair, sofa, love seat, coffee table and armoire with cable TV. The third bedroom has three tiered bunk beds, a futon and a small loft for kids. The carpeted loft easily accommodates sleeping bags and is a favorite hang out.
The location is perfect for families and children of all ages. The sandy beach is right off the back deck. The privacy of the beach lends itself well to sunbathing and reading. The character of the beach is enhanced by endless sand, beautiful sunsets, and is a great place to have an evening fire and roast marsh mellows.
Shallow water extends a considerable distance (depending on the tide level) and is wonderful for wading and playing. The area is great for canoeing and kayaking. Explore the bay or cross over to Mo's Restaurant. The Siletz River runs through the outer edge of the bay and Schooner Creek runs into the area from the opposite side. The area teems with shore birds and water fowl. Bring your binocular