Bring your dog to this comfortable 790 square foot condo. It has plenty of room for you and your family to stay comfortably for a weekend or live for a month. Enjoy ground floor access with no steps to climb, ever.
Bring your dog to this comfortable 790 square foot condo. It has plenty of room for you and your family to stay comfortably for a weekend or live for a month. Enjoy ground floor access with no steps to climb, ever. The home has a fully equipped kitchen and a designated dining area with seating for six. Kick your feet up by the fire and watch the waves, kites, boats, and whales. There is always winding down with a movie, board games or play a video game on the Wii or PlayStation 3 with the family. Put the kids down in the living room on a self-inflating queen size air bed. Then you can retreat to the master bedroom. Relax with a queen size bed and 55' flat screen TV and lots of movies to choose from. The master has its own bathroom and plenty of closet and dresser space, along with a futon couch that can serve as additional sleeping options as well.
You have a designated private access to the beach.
The pool and hot tub are open every day of the week except Tuesday and Wednesday.
Game room is open durring the day, with ping pong.
There are coin operated washer and dryers located one floor up in a shared laundry room.
Ice maker on the same floor.
150+ movies, Wii, Playsation 3, games, telescope, bbq, kites, chairs for the beach, booggie boards, and skim boards.
Interaction with guests
My cell phone number is provided and I welcome calls with any questions about the condo at any time during your stay.
Other things to note
You are living on the beach, you are in the middle of everything in Lincoln City and it has a hot tub and pool. It has everything to live for a summer or get away for a weekend.
All Guests are expected to follow all the rules of Surftides Plaza, including quiet hours and proper pet etiquette and waste disposal.
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I'm a native Oregonian. I actually come from a family that helped pioneer Oregon, and we have a distant relative whose picture is in the Tillamook Pioneer Museum. My family and I now live in Newberg with Sam, our pup.