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$195 / Night
  •  Type: Cottage
  •  Beds: 4
  •  Baths: 4
  •  Sleeps: 8

Description

Welcome to China Beach Retreat in Ilwaco, Washington on the beautiful Long Beach Peninsula.This bed and breakfast retreat in Long Beach, Washington is elegantly and comfortably furnished in antiques. The decor is an eclectic Pacific Northwest style that makes the most of the beautiful views to be had from each of the four guestrooms. China Beach Retreat is an adult environment. 
 
There are 4 more rooms listed below:
Sacagawea Room #18 :- The queen bed has been raised on a wooden dais to afford a bird’s-eye view of Baker’s Bay. Witness that dramatic surge of waters that empties here at the edge of the western United States. Each of the bathrooms features an air-jet, hydrotherapy massage tub with combined shower, and is decorated with hand-crafted tiles made by the renowned local artist, Renee O’Connor. Victorian stained glass windows have been added to cast a romantic light.
 
Lewis & Clark Room #19 :- The queen bed has been raised on a wooden dais to afford a bird’s-eye view of Baker’s Bay. Witness that dramatic surge of waters that empties here at the edge of the western United States. Each of the bathrooms features an air-jet, hydrotherapy massage tub with combined shower, and is decorated with hand-crafted tiles made by the renowned local artist, Renee O’Connor. Victorian stained glass windows have been added to cast a romantic light.
 
Kuan Yin Suite #20 :- The downstairs suite is the perfect place to unwind. Asian accents add to the serenity of the view. A two-person, air-jet, hydrotherapy massage tub and shower combination completes the job of removing the stresses of modern living. A marble relief panel of the Chinese Goddess Kuan Yin floating in the clouds oversees the effort. The queen bed has been raised on a wooden dais and ample reading lights are built in.
 
Audubon Cottage #21 :- The Audubon Cottage was added in late 2006 and is outfitted for the romantic and naturalist in you, making China Beach the perfect waterfront haven for people and wildlife. The cottage is named after John James Audubon, the patron saint of American ornithologists. Numerous authentic Audubon prints adorn the walls of this peaceful cottage. Downstairs you’ll enjoy the exterior deck with 2-person outdoor soaking tub. The cottage comes equipped with a small refrigerator, microwave, Wireless Internet service, downstairs sitting area, upstairs bedroom with king size bed, 42″ flat screen TV, 2-person hydrotherapy, airjet massage tub.The ultimate coastal experience.

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Price Details

Dates Nightly Weekly Monthly
My Standard Rate
1 January 2019 - 31 December 2019
(1 Min stay)
$195 $0 $0

Additional Rate details

Sacagawea Room #18-   $195 per night.
Lewis & Clark Room #19-   $195 per night.
Kuan Yin Suite #20-   $220 per night.
Audubon Cottage #21-   $285 per night.

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Wonderful Home!


But the main reason to visit the China Beach is its seclusion and nearness to the sea. We found that three days there soothed and refreshed us as though it had been a much longer vacation. You cant ask more of a getaway than that

Very nice house


The quietoh the blessed quiet and the views both from the living room area and our bedroom are soothing to the soul.

Perfect


ts the perfect getaway for couples seeking a soul-healing retreat of absolute stillness, interrupted only by the splash of bird wings lighting upon the water.

Beautiful property


I told Howard, Im not leaving this placeIm staying here forever! He just laughed. What a wonderful haven youve created here, in this beautiful setting. We thank you for all your hard work, dedication, creativity and attention to every detail and most of all, thank you for sharing it with us. We will be back for a longer stay.

Great


China Beacha look-out?a retreat?.a castle? The place is magical. The view is at your feet and all around, pleasant and pastoral in daytime, mysterious and spellbinding at night

Amazing!


Imagine waking to views of the very spot where Lewis and Clark first reached the Pacific Ocean in 1805 from safe inside this charming Craftsman cottage, set on its own in a secluded cove. China Beach Retreat is a very special place, lovingly transformed by David and Laurie into an intimate three-bedroom hideaway. Hardwood floors, low ceilings, stained and leaded glass, and eclectic collections of antique furniture characterize the cozy downstairs: sophisticated yet informal, elegant yet rustic.