- Sleeps: 8
- 3 Bedrooms
- Linens included
- 2.5 Baths
- Gas Fireplace
With its pine-plank ceiling, wood floors and fresh decor, Twin Rocks Hideaway is a versatile, inviting home for enjoying the delights of Rockaway Beach. Located just two blocks from miles of beachcombing, you’re also close to the shops and dining of downtown Rockaway.
Your friends and family will love lounging on the living room sofas in front of the gas fireplace and watching the cable TV/DVD. The charming, fully equipped kitchen has stainless appliances, a convivial breakfast bar and gas range with a dining table nearby. The queen bedroom suite has its own TV. Upstairs, another queen bedroom shares a bath with a king bedroom that converts to two twin beds and a trundle if that works better for your guest list. Outdoors, you can expand your dining options with a gas barbecue, or roast marshmallows for s’mores at the fire pit while you star gaze.
Enjoy the festivities of small-town Rockaway Beach and use Twin Rocks Hideaway as your launch pad for your adventures on the North Coast, whether you’re visiting the Tillamook Creamery for ice cream, gallery browsing in Cannon Beach, hiking Mt. Neahkahnie, or having a spa day in Manzanita. Book a stay in this beach cottage—you’ll find comfort, charm and convenience all in one sweet package!
MAIN LEVEL: ENTRY LEVEL:
Living Room: TV (Cable/DVD)
Bedroom 1: One Queen Bed, TV (Cable/DVD/VHS), One Full Bathroom
Hallway: One Half Bathroom, Washer/Dryer
Bedroom 2: One Convertible King Bed (or Two Twin Beds (with Trundle), TV (Cable)
Bedroom 3: One Queen Bed, TV (Cable)
Hallway: One Full Bathroom
*Each home is individually owned. Amenities and furnishings are subject to change at any time. For questions on this, please contact our office.
Carriage House - Fire Pit - Beach Access Nearby - 4 Cars Allowed
$99 - 349 /Night
Deposits & Policies
|Pet Policy:||No Pets Allowed|
|Smoking Policy:||No Smoking|
Things to See & Do
A tourist destination for over 100 years, the seven miles of beach at Rockaway are easily accessible from over 20 beach access points in this city along Highway 101. Mountains tumble down to the beach, broken by inland lakes, so hiking and fishing opportunities abound. One old-growth trail takes you through wetlands to a 150-foot-tall Western Red Cedar. Bird watching can reward you with eagles, pelicans, shorebirds and seabirds, especially on the offshore Twin Rocks. Rockaway Beach is the end-point of the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad steam train—you can board it for a trip south from the collection of shops and restaurants in town. Annual family-friendly events, including an awesome fireworks display on the 4th of July, make this a fun place to spend the day visiting the shops and exploring the seashore.
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