- Sleeps: 6
- 3 Bedrooms
- Linens included
- 2 Baths
- Wood Stove
Monthly Options ~ Please inquire. All bookings over 30 days require a security deposit to be charged after booking.
Spend your next family vacation at The Pilot House, an Arch Cape quintessential beach house rental perched on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Arch Cape beach.
This treasured escape is tailor-made for those whose vacation plans include board games, family feasts, oceanfront BBQs, and long, leisurely afternoons on the beach.
To make your vacation dreams come true, the Pilot House's garage is brimming with beach goodies (including two bicycles, beach toys, beach chairs, and more). Its kitchen cabinets are fully stocked for cooking up your favorite menu. Its expansive dining room table seats 8 in ocean-view comfort that can last long after sunset. And access to the serene beach is just 1/2 a block away.
In the comfy living area, an oversized, wraparound couch is your front row seat to storm-watching in winter and glorious summer sunsets. Pull out a deck of cards, a puzzle, a board game, or that craft project you've been saving and make use of the four-person game table. A crackling fire in the wood stove completes this area's snug, soothing vibe.
You could spend your entire vacation cozied up together at The Pilot House. But should you decide to venture out, Cannon Beach is just ten minutes up the road.
The Pilot House sleeps up to six guests in three bedrooms. All beds are wrapped in soft, high-quality linens.
The master bedroom features a cozy queen bed; an adjacent bathroom has a soaking tub.
Two more bedrooms sit at the opposite end of the house—one with a queen bed and the other with twin bunk beds, perfect for your little pirates. Outside these two bedrooms is a sitting room with a flat-screen, cable-equipped TV for sports highlights and your favorite Netflix series.
A second bathroom with a walk-in shower and stackable washer and dryer is located nearby.
Walk less than a block to discover the unspoiled coastline of Arch Cape, with tidepools, waterfall and caves at nearby Hug Point. Or drive a bit to hike Neahkahnie Mountain, kayak in Nehalem Bay, explore the artist towns of Manzanita and Cannon Beach, horseback ride on the beach, or surf at Short Sands beach.
Personalize your stay by taking advantage of the concierge services offered to all Starfish Vacation Rentals guests! Whether it’s pre-arrival grocery shopping, in-home chef services for that special occasion, or an afternoon art class, we aim to make your stay at The Pilot House as convenient as it is classic.
Oceanfront with stunning views and private yard
Exceptional collection of board games and puzzles
2 Adult bikes and selection of beach toys and chairs
Parking for 3 cars
Sadly pets are not permitted at this property. Please contact us if you wish to bring a Registered Service Animal. Emotional Support Animals are not permitted for stays less than 30 days. Violations may be subject to additional fines.
*All AvantStay guests have access to our 24/7 guest experience line, a dedicated hospitality manager, and hotel-grade amenities.
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Parking Details: Parking for 3 cars
$315 - 818 /Night
Deposits & Policies
|Pet Policy:||No Pets Allowed|
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Things to See & Do
Arch Cape is less populated than the neighboring towns of Cannon Beach and Manzanita. Visitors can enjoy wandering along the peaceful, serene beaches while exploring interesting tide pools, caves, and even a waterfall, as well as hiking nearby trails. Arch Cape is the ideal destination for those seeking relaxation but also a chance to explore the natural beauty of the coast. Curious what else this off the beaten path beach town offers? Here are a few ideas:
Explore Just north of Arch Cape is Hug Point Recreation Area, a designated Oregon state park. The sweetly named area earned the moniker from early travelers to Arch Cape. Prior to the highway being constructed, in order to get around the rocks that jet into the ocean, the 19th-century stagecoaches and cars would travel south along the beach and then “hug” the point at low tide in order to get to Arch Cape. In fact you can still see the tire ruts that were carved in the rocks. You’ll also want to spend some time exploring the caves and waterfall. You can easily make an afternoon of it with a packed lunch, frisbee for the dog, and kites for the kids! If you are staying in Arch Cape, you can avoid the sometimes crowded parking lot and take a refreshing walk up the beach to reach the area. You’ll have the added bonus of walking past a smaller version of Haystack Rock. Be sure to time your walk at low tide so you can explore the tide pools that surround the rock.
Walk to the south end of Arch Cape and you’ll find an equally interesting rock outcropping. At the very lowest tides, you’ll even be able to walk through the arch to reach a magical beach that is only exposed during low tide. Just be sure to allow time to return back through the arch before the tide rolls in.
Hiking The 382-mile Oregon Coast Trail passes through Arch Cape. You can pick up the section that crosses over Neahkahnie Mountain by walking east on Shingle Mill Road at the south end of Arch Cape. Watch for a little foot bridge on your right and follow that to access the lush trail that winds its way through the exceptionally-preserved old growth forest. If you hike 3.5 miles to Cape Falcon, you’ll be rewarded by stunning views of the Pacific. If you’re looking for a longer hike, continue on until you reach Oswald West State Park. Follow the trail down to Smuggler’s Cove, aka Short Sands Beach, where you can take a break and marvel at the surfers in action.
Water Sports If you’re looking for adventure, bring your surf board, boogie board, or sea kayak, or if you prefer, you can rent from nearby Cleanline Surf in Cannon Beach. The water is definitely cold, so you will likely want to pack a wetsuit too. For a fun and challenging afternoon, try kayaking around Castle Rock at the south end of Arch Cape. Once you get over the break, head out to get a close up view of the variety of birds nesting on the rock.
After a day of adventure and exploring, you’ve likely worked up an appetite. Drive 10 minutes up the coast, and you’ll find just what you’re craving! Whether it’s a fresh seafood feast or a casual burger and beer, nearby Cannon Beach offers a variety of restaurants.
This was the perfect place for our quilting party. We had great light and the big square table was perfect for our 4 sewing machines. The huge windows provided natural light. The location is perfect. Very quiet but close enough to Cannon Beach for anyone who wants to shop. The kitchen is very well stocked with anything you might need. Beautiful sunsets. Perfect place for either good weather or not so good.
Review Source: Starfish Vacation Rentals
The house has wonderful views overlooking the beach and the pacific ocean. It is comfortable and the kitchen is nicely provisioned. It is a short walk to the beach--and what a beautiful beach it is. It is ideal for flying a kite which you can get in Cannon Beach. Arch Cape is much preferable to Cannon Beach if you want to avoid the crowds.
Review Source: Starfish Vacation Rentals
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Listing # 2788
The Pilot House
3BR | 2BA | Sleeps 6
No Pets Allowed