This rustic Copalis Beach Airbnb is perfect for beach combing and whale watching
If you’re looking to disconnect this fall and reconnect with nature in PNW, we’ve got the place for you. This rustic Copalis Beach airbnb cabin is a beach combers dream as it is located just 200 feet from the Copalis sand dunes. Ready to see more? Let’s take a look at this.
This cabin can accommodate 4 people with 1 bedroom, 3 beds and 1 bathroom. It has tons of old world charm with lots of woodwork, rustic decor, and a massive wall of windows at the back of the house. Psst, the house sits 50 feet above sea level, giving you breathtaking views of the beach. You also get amenities like a wood-burning fireplace and a full kitchen for your use.
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As much as we love the vibes of the inside, the outside is what makes this airbnb so special. The hut is set in completely native ancient vegetation, so you will see false lily of the valley, Indian celery, all kinds of ferns, flowers and plants native to the rainforest. Above the old growth forest, the Sitka spruce conifers towering above you for optimal privacy. It is a great place for bird watching and to observe the migration of gray whales in October and November.
If that’s not cool enough for you, the Beach Beyond the Dunes is the only designated airstrip for light aircraft on the entire Pacific Coast, so you might see a plane or two! There is so much to do between walking in the forest, the beach or staying indoors and watching the winter storms. Or you can always head to Ocean Shores and nearby Quinault Lake.
Keep in mind that this cabin does not have wifi so this is not a place for WFH. But if you also want to see more of this Copalis Beach Airbnb, you can click on here. This will set you back from $ 192 to $ 248 a night.