A unique three story tower with views of dunes and the Pacific Ocean. Sleeps four. No phone or TV. Kitchen is equipped with an electric stove and small refrigerator. Dine outside or out on the wooden deck. Nice trail to the ocean without crossing roads. Walk to town. Off street parking. Fenced yard, children welcome. Two stall barn with adjoining pastures for horses. Enjoy riding on the beach. Two night minimum. Sorry, no smoking and no pets.
Seaview, founded in the 1870s, is located in the SW corner of Washington State on the Long Beach Peninsula, a narrow strip of land 30 miles long and two miles wide. It stretches from the mouth of the Columbia River north to the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge and Leadbetter State Park, from the Pacific Ocean east to Willapa Bay, one of the last unspoiled and unpolluted estuaries in the United States. In 1805 William Clark carved his name on a tree here, making this the western most point reached by the expedition.