Beautiful beaches, pristine natural areas, fresh local seafood, historic sites, abundant recreational opportunities, festive annual events, friendly locals — there are so many reasons to love Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula. When you’re ready to join the flocks heading to the peninsula for a coastal vacation, you’ll find an abundance of Long Beach, WA, vacation rentals. You’ll have your choice of accommodations and locations. Choose from houses, condominiums, cabins and bungalows. Choose ocean, river, bay or lakeside views. Or choose to stay in a downtown area within walking distance of shops and restaurants. Some of the more unusual vacation rentals in Long Beach, WA, include a turn-of-the-century lightkeeper’s home near an Ilwaco lighthouse with a view of the Pacific, an historic Coast Guard station with three residences, and officer’s quarters in a state park with a view of the Columbia River. Whether you want a rustic cabin as a base for clamming and fishing, a multi-bedroom seaside rental for a large family vacation or a small condo for a romantic getaway, there’s a Long Beach, WA, vacation rentals option for you.
Why Choose a Long Beach Peninsula Vacation Rental?
Why do some vacationers choose a vacation rental over a hotel or inn? It really comes down to the feeling of having a home away from home. If you’re a vacationer who likes privacy, quiet and the ability to cook your own meals, or if you want to gather several people under one roof, a Long Beach Peninsula vacation rental would work for you. Remember that vacation rentals tend to book up early, especially the most popular ones with water view and stand-out locations. For a prime vacation rental on Long Beach Peninsula in summer you may need to book up to a year in advance. In the off season you may be able to find vacation rentals on shorter notice and for fewer days than the typical weeklong stay.