|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
Boasting a stunning beachfront location, jaw-dropping ocean views, and space for up to eight guests and two dogs, this Gleneden Beach home is just the place for your next coastal getaway.
With a quiet neighborhood location, this home is just a block from ultra-easy beach access, where you will enjoy a miles-long stretch of coastline that's considerably quieter and less crowded than that of Lincoln City to the north. Within walking distance you can reach multiple eateries (including the famous Side Door Cafe), and a short drive will take you to the Salishan Golf Course or up into nearby Lincoln City. There you will find a huge variety of restaurants, shops, and other activities.
This two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home has plenty of space for eight visitors, and you may even bring up to two dogs with you (for a small nightly fee). The main level features a spacious living room with cozy seating, a wood fireplace, and a TV with cable and a DVD player. There's also a full kitchen, a dining table, a beautiful balcony where you can enjoy a spectacular sunset, watch for whales, and breathe in the fresh air.
The first bedroom has a king-size bed, and the second has two twin Murphy beds. Downstairs is a fantastic nautical basement which has a sitting area, two queen-size beds, and a convenient half-bathroom. With additional amenities including WiFi access, a laundry area, and a gas grill, you will have all the comforts of home here.
With space for eight, you can bring two small families, one extended family, or a group of friends for an unforgettable oceanfront location. Walk to the beach, grab lunch at the Side Door Cafe, then drive into nearby Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, or even down to Newport for a fun-filled afternoon of exploring!
Check out this oceanfront, dog-friendly home in Gleneden Beach - it's time for a vacation!
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!
The views were 180 degree spectacular with an easy beach access in either direction! The kitchen was very functional with easy prep space and serving space. Loved the table. Pet friendly!!!!!
Very nice view of the ocean. The location was excellent. Quiet neighborhood.
The view was awesome! However, the place was musty and felt like it needed cleaning (especially the carpet). The faucet in the upstairs bathroom was clogged. The fireplace in the living room was very dirty and the electric fireplace downstairs did not work.
The walk to the beach was fine.
In spite of the disappointment of staying in a dull uninspiring place, the family had a great time and our dog loved the beach.
The view and location are the only reasons we would ever stay at this property again. Odd layout. Only 1 true bedroom with a door. Not super private while staying with other families. Electrical issues in house. Poor air quality.
The oddest issue here is the deck near the beach which you can enter only by exiting to the street side of the house. The very narrow stairway to the basement can be difficult to negotiate, and for mobility challenged residents, may be especially hard as there is not enough room for side-by-side assistance. The kitchen works well with two exceptions: there is limited counter and storage space, and the electrical outlets by the window require longer cords for the coffee maker, coffee grinder, and/or toaster. Is the kitchen up to code? Finally, the basement bathroom does not have a shower, so residents are required to walk up the stairs and through the living room to use the shower. Could be uncomfortable or embarrassing.