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13 Jul 2020
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By Olivia Michelle, Seattle Blogger

Seabrook is one of the cutest towns we have visited so far while living in Washington! Seabrook is a beach town on the southwestern coast filled with bright colored rental homes and a small town feel. If you want to stay in Seabrook then you’ll need to rent one of the Seabrook Cottages. Read about our stay and experience in one of them below.

Our stay was complimentary, but all photos and opinions are my own.

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Seabrook Cottage Rentals

Seabrook has over 200 vacation cottage rentals available for your trip to Seabrook. Many are pet friendly, offer great amenities, and all are within walking distance to the town center and the beach.

Search rentals HERE.

We specifically stayed at:

Acres Away
3 Beds, 2 Baths, Sleeps 8
Pet Friendly
Starting at $155/night

The check in and check out process was a breeze. Each door had a code lock and you will receive your check-in time and entry code on the morning of your arrival. When you leave, press any key to lock and just leave at check out. No need to visit the office for either. Of course, they are there if you need anything or you can call with any questions.

The layout of our house was great since we had two families. There was a living room, bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, and dining room downstairs. Upstairs had a bedroom with two bunk beds, the second bedroom, and another living room and bathroom. We also had a large deck with outdoor seating, firepit, grill, and hot tub.

Our house also had a ton of amenities with a lot of thought into what families may need on vacation. The neighborhood of Seabrook has tennis courts, shuffle boards courts, basketball courts, soccer fields and more. Our rental had all the sports equipment in the closet. The house also had two bicycles available to use, a wagon, beach chairs, beach tent, buckets, and more.

Firewood is available from one of the community firepits, there are several located throughout the neighborhood. We brought a few pieces back to our house which had its own to use. We loved being able to grill s’mores!

I was pleasantly surprised with all the things they had for our Pooch Muffin. The house had multiple food and water bowls, a dog bed, and treats available for our use in the pantry. Seabrook also has a gated dog park for them to play and run around in.

Our house was located in the Farm District of Seabrook. We were actually right across the street from the horse pasture and the kids loved visiting them and watching them gallop around.

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Seabrook and would recommend staying in the cottages 10/10. In my opinion, 2-3 nights is the perfect amount of time to explore the town of Seabrook and play at the beach.

To view the rental we stayed at, Acres Away, click HERE.
To view and search all of Seabrook Cottages rentals, click HERE

Read my other posts on Seabrook:
A Foodie’s Guide to Seabrook
What to do in Seabrook, WA
Pacific Beach, WA

Finding the fun everywhere life takes us!
Love, Olivia Michelle