|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
This charming two-bedroom dog-friendly Seaview vacation cottage is located in the quiet historic neighborhood a mile south of Long Beach and a short walk from the sand and surf.
This home has historic, rustic charm while providing modern amenities like high speed wireless internet, a flatscreen TV with a DVD player, and a sound system for your iPod.
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, and plenty of blankets for chilly nights on the coast.
The cottage has two bedrooms, each with a double bed, and a futon in the living room (sleeps a max of four guests). Furry family members are also welcome with an additional nightly fee with a maximum of two dogs.
It is a block to the sand dunes, and 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.
Check out local museums, forts, lighthouses, trails, downtown Long Beach, fishing ports and oyster bays from the comfort of this Long Beach, Washington vacation rental!
Thanks for considering a Vacasa home! We provide full-service management for privately owned vacation homes, and like to think that we offer our guests the best of both worlds: the unique experience of staying in a one-of-a-kind vacation home, with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that the home you book for your special vacation is cared for by professional housekeepers and property managers.
Vacasa began in 2009, simply because our founder and CEO Eric wanted to find a better way to share his wife’s family’s summer home in Long Beach, Washington with guests as a vacation rental. Eric and his early team worked to build Vacasa on the premise that local employees can do what they love most (taking care of guests, homeowners, and properties), while the hands-off tasks of vacation rental management—things like marketing, filing taxes, and maintaining a website—could be handled by a specialized central support team.
Our passion is connecting travelers with the unique experience of staying in a vacation home, and we would be honored to be your host. Please contact us with any questions about this home—our team is standing by!
This house, at least when it rains, is surrounded by a small lake of water, mud, and grass. Like, literally, the entire foundation of the house is covering a body of water. Wasn't sure if this was the septic system failure or mother earth trying to devour this place... Poop smell abounds inside the house, get ready for a waft every now and then of the bottom-lake fumes under the house seeping through the 1 layer of 4x4s that make up your flooring. No insulation at all on the floors, walls, and ceilings. Just a thing layer of wood. I thought I would fall through at times (they would bow a bit with my weight, spoiler alert I'm not overweight). Also, none of the doors or windows close all the way (animals and bugs could get in through here please note). I found mold on walls of bathroom and kitchen. Ew.
The cottage was a rustic bit of history in our long weekend. We came to visit some of the local historic sites and this place rounded out the weekend with its own historic charm. The cottage has the vertical plank siding, tongue-n-groove interior walls and ceiling and painted wood floors; very cute. Yes it has little insulation so you hear more road noise than normal and the person snoring in the next room but it is still very cozy and comfortable. We loved that it was also dog friendly! We had a wonderful time and enjoyed our stay at Camp Hungry
Like a trip into the past of historic Seaview, when the OR& N little train steamed by the front door, staying at Camp Hungry is a delightful experience.
I stayed two nights at Camp Hungry in early October and found the home's paper-thin walls (without insulation, I presume) to radiate cold, causing me to feel a chill during my entire stay. Though there is central heat and three supplemental heaters, I was still cold. I do not recommend this place during the cold season. I also found the home full of cobwebs, dirt and grime, as if it had only received very superficial cleanings for a year. I could have overlooked these two things if I had gotten the place for cheap, but I paid the equivalent of $170 a night (with taxes & fees added) during the off-season, which was way overpriced for the quality and size of this home. I do not recommend.
we had a very great time and it was a great experience
I was looking for a clean quiet place. It was quiet until the smoke alarm started beeping due to a low battery at 2 am. The ceilings were high and I could not reach the alarm by standing on a chair. There was no ladder. The house instruction book indicated that there was a night manager on call. I called twice. No one answered. It went to a voice mailbox that shut off before I could leave a message. The noise was driving me crazy so I dragged over a rickety table and put the rickety chair on top of the table. By scaling this dubious tower, I was finally able to remove the device.
With a sigh of relief, I plopped onto the couch/futon. When I stood up, my nightgown was full of sand. I realize that it is the beach, but the furniture should get vacuumed. I decided that my Lavender neck wrap would help relax tension and a night without sleep, so I opened the microwave to heat it up. A foul odor spilled out of the device. It reeked. I did not put my Lavender wrap in there. If you require a decent bed, bring your own. Bring slippers, too. I spilled some water on the floor and when I wiped it up, the paper towel was scary. Not a place to walk barefoot.
Clearly this was not a great match for me. However, it might be a good match for a family with young children and a dog. They won't have to worry about getting anything dirty. It is also close to Sid's Market which is convenient.