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This was our favorite getaway in the 1990s It was a little rundown then, but pleasant enough.
Some of the best beach front access and miles of clear beach (without all of the hubbub of bigger destinations like Ocean Shores). A decent restaurant, at Ocean...More
We loved the beach the deck and the location.The room was clean and supplied all item needed for a nice stay.It was a trip into the 80's complete with the Orange franklin stove.We plan to return next year.
Pros: easy access to a fantastic beach, dog friendly, friendly staff, nice gift shop
Cons: furniture is not even remotely comfortable for sitting, amenities are old and worn, there was almost never anyone in the gift shop to help or take your money.
I had to call the state of Washington on this place for dangerous buildng code violations. They had no working fire alarms in a room with a fireplace. We used the provided wood and our room filled with a dangerous amount of smoke.
I decided to pick the Sandpiper because they had a last minute cancellation and a lot of other places were already booked. I tried to find a place all up the coast between Portland & Ogunquit Beach and they were all booked up. I have...More
The Sandpiper Beach Resort is located on Washington's wild Pacific Coast, two miles south of the town of Pacific Beach in Grays Harbor County, roughly 3 hours' drive west of Seattle. The resort, founded in 1973, is …Morenestled on a forested hillside directly on Mocrocks beach, a miles-long strip of flat, sandy beach known for its crashing surf, adjacent clay bluffs, and solitude. Offshore, fishing boats and whales ply the pristine waters of the Copalis National Wildlife Refuge.At the Sandpiper, our goal is to provide you with a clean, comfortable, functional and affordable place to get away from it all and enjoy the company of those you're traveling with. Accommodations range from small cabins or studios with room for 2-4 guests, up to large cabins or multi-bedroom units that are perfect for groups as large as 12. Each unit includes a fully-equipped kitchen, fireplace, sweeping ocean view, and a private deck or patio with rocking or lounge chairs for taking in the sunset with a glass of wine in hand.Sandpiper guests pass their time in a range of activities. Long walks on the beach are a must in any season. A winter day might be spent inside by the fire, watching a storm roll in off the Pacific. The wind is often perfect for kite-flying, while a warm day in July or August finds many guests swimming or body-surfing in the cool ocean waves.The Sandpiper infuses kids and dogs with a special energy; both are welcome and encouraged here. Generations of Northwest families have made the Sandpiper a home away from home.Our position by the world's most productive razor clam beds, together with our handy Clam Kitchen, draws visitors during licensed digs throughout the fall, winter and spring. Fishermen don hip-waders and stride into the waves after tasty surfperch. Indoors, you might cook up a delicious meal, read a good book, or tackle a board game or puzzle. At night, a cozy bed and the soft roar of the ocean will allow you to drift off and perhaps even sleep in late.If cabin fever strikes, head over to our Gift Shop to sip an espresso, use the free Wi-Fi, and shop for a memento of your stay or a gift for a loved one. Hop in the car to explore all that coastal Washington has to offer, from horseback riding on the beach at Ocean Shores, to hiking the temperate rain forest or alpine peaks of nearby Olympic National Park. The closest town, Pacific Beach, housed a secret Cold War-era submarine-listening post, which is now a recreation facility open to the public.A bit further north in Moclips, the Museum of the North Beach chronicles the unexpectedly rich history of the area. The beaches of the Quinault Indian Nation hide remote treasures like the much-photographed Tunnel Island; visit tribal headquarters in Taholah for a day pass, or engage a tribal guide for world-class salmon fishing on the Quinault River.The Sandpiper is a true retreat, with no TVs or phones to disturb your stay, and only limited cell phone service in the area. Join us at the edge of the earth to get away from it all! Less
We have fully equipped kitchens in each room or cabin, and we do have coffees and snacks in our gift shop. There are several restaurants within about 1/2 mile of our place, and there are bars also, though we do sell beer... More
We have fully equipped kitchens in each room or cabin, and we do have coffees and snacks in our gift shop. There are several restaurants within about 1/2 mile of our place, and there are bars also, though we do sell beer and wine in our gift shop. Thanks.
This is from their website: "To hold your reservation, we will charge a deposit equal to one night’s base room rate, plus taxes, to the credit card you provided when booking the room. We accept only Visa or Mastercard at... More
This is from their website: "To hold your reservation, we will charge a deposit equal to one night’s base room rate, plus taxes, to the credit card you provided when booking the room. We accept only Visa or Mastercard at this time.
Deposits for most of our units are fully refundable, minus a $15 cancellation fee, with 14 days notice of cancellation in advance of your stay. To cancel, please contact us by phone or email. Note that deposits for our larger accommodations (Units 11, 12, 46, 47, and 50, and Cabins A and 4) are only 50% refundable, minus a $15 cancellation fee, with 14 days notice of cancellation in advance of your stay. With less than 14 days notice of cancellation, all deposits are non-refundable."
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"Book a night ANYWHERE OTHER than the Sandpiper. It's a scary rip off."