Welcome back for the final part of the Seabrook, Washington posts! It really really was a cute little town to visit and makes such a wonderful location for a Pacific Northwest beach vacation (or a place to live. 🙂 ) There are over a hundred homes from which to choose for your vacation home rental, and I have chosen just a few for you to see here today. So let’s get started!
Because Emily from JDC was the one who initially got me interested in Seabrook, I want to start with the home she and her family stayed in for spring break – Anchor Down.
The oceanfront home was decorated in soothing shades of blue. Here is the living room with the dining area and kitchen in the background.
Emily and her husband have 3 sons and one daughter, so I know they must have really enjoyed having the bunk room in Anchor Down.
If you would like to see more of Anchor Down just click on the source link below the photo above.
Next up is a cottage appropriately named A House By the Sea.
It sits right in front of the Beach Camp Cottages (which I sadly did not photograph while we were there. 🙁 ) Its living room is one of my favorites because it looks so “vintage nautical” in style.
The kitchen is a pretty space as well.
Again, if you would like to see more of the rooms, just click on the source link above.
Now this next one is huge. You can take your family and all your relatives with you because it sleeps 15! And the location is down-right amazing. It sits on that high bluff near the Idea Houses overlooking the Pacific. Take a look at Beach Bluff.
Just look at that view from one of the decks!
The colors of the sand and water are used throughout the beautiful interior of Beach Bluff.
Be sure you check out the rest of the house. It really should be in a magazine (if it is not already.)
Next up is a gray shingled house that looks like it should be located on Nantucket.
This one is called Down the Hatch. and there are ocean views from each of its three floors. Again we see blue as the dominant color in the decor. I especially love the wood ceiling and the trim on all the walls!
And don’t you love the retro refrigerator in the kitchen? 🙂
I said that Down the Hatch looked like it could be located on Nantucket, well the next cottage I want you to see is actually named The Nantucket House. 🙂 (And it too would fit right in with the gray shingled homes on Nantucket.)
It is located on that bluff overlooking the ocean just like Beach Bluff, and it may be even larger than it because The Nantucket House can sleep 18 guests. Notice that the owners used green shutters on the exterior and green accents on the interior.
And there is even a green island in the kitchen!
Ocean Song is the next house I want to share with you. The owners have thought of everything in this house. There is even an entry with a ramp at the back to accommodate wheelchairs and strollers, and the master bathroom has a roll-in shower.
Again, I was in love with the wooden ceilings and trimwork on the walls.
And what a fun bunk room it has!
Another home that can accommodate 18 guests is this very large one named The Beach House. It is located on that wonderful bluff with great views of the water.
The artwork and accessories give The Beach House an old nautical look.
With its retro styled appliances, the kitchen has more of a beachy look rather than a nautical one.
The master bedroom opens to a private deck overlooking the Pacific.
(Now that’s romantic. 😉 )
Now let’s leave the beach side of Seabrook and go over to the middle of town. Right next to City Hall is a colorful home called The Getaway.
I would think if you were getting married in City Hall, it would be very convenient to be staying right next door in this cute-as-can-be cottage. Of course all those pops of red had a fan in me!
The Washington House is the last home I want to share with you today. The old military housing in Fort Vancouver, Washington’s Officer’s Row was the inspiration for its design.
It is so big, I would think it could be an inn!
With 7 bedrooms and 5 1/2 baths, it can accommodate 20 guests.
Right from the front entrance you see the white painted paneling – all used to give the space the feeling of an old beach house.
And that brings us to the close of the Seabrook, Wahington posts. Did you like any of the rental houses? If so, do you have a favorite? What I really liked was all those clean white painted walls and ceilings. (Makes me want to paint all of our stained trim here white!)
Seabrook was not the end of our Pacific Northwest trip. Next up we will be headed to the Columbia River Gorge with a number of gorgeous waterwalls. I hope to see you back here for that very soon. 🙂
Until next time…