|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
This amazing five bedroom, oceanfront Arch Cape vacation home offers a gorgeous, dog-friendly location for exploring the whole Northern Oregon Coast. With a Spanish-influenced interior and cozy amenities like cable, WiFi, board games, a washer/dryer, and a charcoal grill, groups of friends or family will enjoy a beach vacation right on the water!
Set in an ideal location between Hug Point State Park and Oswald West State Park, and just six miles north from Cannon Beach, this charming beach lodge offers access to coastal rainforests, delicious food, and fun shopping.
Get comfortable on the sectional sofa before the fireplace, or before the large, floor-to-ceiling windows in wicker armchairs. Head straight out to the sand through the back door!
With spots for 10 around a large dining room table, and smaller tables set about the main floor, guests will always have a place to sit for a board game or a meal.
The galley-style kitchen has all the appliances you need to prepare meals for a large group. Enjoy meals inside or out, and don't forget to utilize the grill for seafood cookouts!
Four bedrooms are located on the first floor, all with queen beds and pretty outdoor views.
Upstairs, a large loft area with an entertainment center offers guests a place to enjoy a movie night or a sports game on the flatscreen.
The fifth bedroom is upstairs, with a king-sized bed and large windows.
Three bathrooms are conveniently placed throughout the house, two with shower stalls and one with a soaking tub.
This house will sleep a maximum of 12 guests and their furry friends, though a nightly fee per dog and a minimum fee per stay will apply.
Enjoy the backyard beach for picnics, building sand castles, hunting for crustaceans, or strolling hand in hand with someone dear to you.
Casa Pacifica is the ultimate location for a vacation right on the shore - book today!
The city of Arch Cape only permits check-ins once a week to each house, so please refer to the calendar to see which days are available. Please contact us with any questions or for assistance.
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 pictures make this place look immaculate but it is definitely a somewhat worn down beach cabin. That said it has all you need and will host a big group of people easily. The access to the beach and the views from the living room and bedroom upstairs are hard to beat. Overall a good experience and would rent it again.
This is a great, big house with easy beach access, a wonderful view, and a big outdoor deck. We were 5 adults, 3 toddlers, and a dog, and we all had plenty of space. It never felt crowded. There is lots of beautiful and interesting tile work in the house and a big wood fireplace. The only other observations are that some of the wall outlets don't work and that the kitchen hasn't been updated/remodeled since the 60s. There is no shower in the upstairs bathroom and the sink is a ridiculously small triangle. These are, however, small concerns. That said, we are all planning on coming back next year.
We loved the house, the location, and the beach. A few housekeeping items could be improved upon, but otherwise, its a great spot.
We were 8 adults and 2 small dogs staying 3 nights during the week.
First, the positive aspects of Casa Pacifica: the amazing ocean views from the living area, the upstairs bedroom, and one of the 4 downstairs bedrooms; the closeness of the beach; the deck, the fireplace and the variety of kitchen items.
The negatives: the construction of a house just yards away from Casa Pacifica with work being done during the days we were there (no notification of this construction prior to our arrival; workers' trucks/cement trucks in the road created a bit of a driving challenge as we drove to and away from the rental); the lack of a variety of pots (only found a very small pot and a very big pot); the microwave had a handwritten note saying "Broken, don't use"; the beds were rather soft and did not seem queen sized; the living area was difficult to cool off when we arrived on a very warm afternoon; and the 5 bedroom house needs more cleaning staff between rentals.
Overall we had a wonderful time; the weather was good; the ocean views outstanding; the beach so close.
This is such a cool place to stay, your jaw will drop when you walk in, the view and location is stunning. The house is filled with tile of all shapes and colors and the decor is comfy, and not pretentious. The beds were very comfortable, the kitchen stocked and the sleeping area upstairs has a view out of this world. Yep, we will be back for certain.
I rented this home as a Christmas gift for my mother and family. They're from Eugene, I live in Olympia, so the location was ideal for everyone. The home is truly waterfront; the beach is literally steps from the deck. Views from inside the home are unobstructed and spectacular. The lay-out of the house is ideal for large groups (we had eight) to relax, unwind and never feel the least bit crowded. Casa Pacifica appears to be one of the older homes in the neighborhood. It’s in need of some modernization and general maintenance, but overall offered us most of the creature comforts we're used to. The kitchen is complete and had everything we needed to cook all our meals during our stay. The fireplace is a very nice amenity we used nightly. It was nice to sit around and get caught-up and unwind. We brought our own fire wood, but we noticed the convenience store just up the road had some for sale too. I give cleanliness three and a half stars (let’s just say it's not cleaned to Marriott standards). If that’s what you're expecting you'll be disappointed. I’m not bashing the place, but a little more time could be spent cleaning in-between guests.
Bottom-line, everything worked, we had a great time and I would stay there again despite the place not being what I'd originally hoped it would be.