USA Oregon Northern Oregon Coast Warrenton Listing #4258

Beachcomber Haven - Warrenton, OR

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Max. occupancy: 6 (4 adults) 2 queen beds, 1 twin sofa bed 2 bedrooms plus loft 1 bathroom Sleeps 5 comfortably  No pets 
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Lakeview Family-Friendly Home with Free WiFi - Just a Block to Sunset Beach Access

Escape to this bright and spacious Warrenton vacation rental with nearby golf, fishing, beaches, and more! Perfect for a fun family getaway or a couple’s vacation, this home’s great amenities include scenic views, and enough space for up to eight guests.

With a location in the friendly Sunset Beach neighborhood area south of Warrenton, the home offers plenty of peace and quiet in a quaint residential setting. It’s also just steps away to great trout fishing on Sunset Lake, and you’ll only have to walk one and a half blocks for beach access.

Exuding a light and cheery vibe that’s sure to lift spirits on rainy days, this home’s spacious interior features beautiful wood floors, artful décor, sturdy furniture, and vibrant white walls and ceilings.

The main level’s open floor plan includes a living area, a full kitchen, and a dining area – all within one spacious room with a vaulted ceiling. On chilly winter days, flip on the living area’s gas fireplace and settle into the room’s colorful papasan chair with a good book. Or, snuggle with a loved one on the room’s comfy couch. You could also convene with your group to play a fun board game or watch a DVD movie in the entertainment room, which is adjacent to the living area.

With plush, navy blue couches affront a media center that includes a DVD library and a cable-equipped television, the entertainment room is sure to be a favorite gathering space for your group. And if you’ve brought children, they’ll be excited to find their very own play area with a kid-sized basketball goal and a colorful table with chairs.

When it comes time to eat, use the kitchen’s cookware and modern appliances to whip up a fantastic feast of fresh-caught Dungeness crab, tuna steaks, or other local fare. With a large island and ample countertops, you’ll also have plenty of space to lie out ingredients or serve pre-meal hors d’oeuvres.

Meals are meant to be shared, so eat together at the four-seat dining table (with a leaf extension to seat up to six) or at the island with seating for two. If the weather permits, you could also dine al fresco on the patio, and there’s even a gas grill for barbecues and a fire pit.

Together with your group, play an après-meal game of capture the flag in the large backyard, or grab fishing poles and take a short walk to Sunset Lake. You could even enjoy some quiet time relaxing on papasan chairs in the second floor reading nook, or use the home’s WiFi to start planning tomorrow’s adventures.

After a full of activities and sightseeing on the Northern Oregon Coast, get a great night's sleep on queen beds in either of the two bedrooms. A sofabed provides even more sleeping space. Able to accommodate up to eight guests (four adult limit, please), the bedrooms are adorned with ocean-themed décor and feature nightstands, dressers, and reading lamps. There’s also plenty of natural light from picture windows, as well as a private washer and dryer in the garage for your added convenience.

From hiking to wildlife viewing to crabbing to touring historical sights, there’s so much to do on the Northern Oregon Coast! Lace up your trail shoes and head out for an invigorating hike on the Fort To Sea Trail, which begins in the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park about three miles northeast. Other activities include digging for clams, visiting the iconic Astoria Column, and viewing the sea lions that gather on the docks.

If you’re a history buff, make a nine-mile drive north to visit the Battery Russell, a concrete gunnery built during the Civil War to protect the U.S. shores, which still stands today in Fort Stevens State Park. While you're there, be sure to walk over to see the Peter Iredale, the iconic shipwreck. If you’re willing to drive just a bit farther and cross over Young’s Bay, the quaint fishing town of Astoria, with historic homes, boutique shopping, and eclectic restaurants, is a worthwhile day trip.

Ready for a fun-filled trip to a great home with nearby beaches, state parks, and historic sites? Book this Northern Oregon Coast vacation rental today!

County permit number: 20190031

You must be 21 years or older to rent this property.



Children's games


Washer/dryer : Private

Heating & cooling

Central AC


Partial AC

Gas fireplace

Kitchen & dining






Lake view

Water view

Mountain view


Internet : Century Link



DVD library

DVD player

Wireless router

Blu-Ray player

HBO streaming

Netflix streaming


Nearby activities & attractions

Golf nearby

On-site activities

Board games


Gas grill : Private


Beach towels

Safety & accessibility

Limited mobility access

Map showing the location of the Unit

110 reviews