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First and foremost, we are Washington's Beach Town

Seabrook is a town on the Washington Coast with a foundation of new urbanism design. Where homes, shops, and restaurants are seamlessly woven into a scenic bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Seabrook features over 450+ homes in eight neighborhoods, numerous merchants, 17 parks, Town Hall, Montessori School, and countless amenities.


...a popular resort for getaways and vacations

Every year thousands of guests stay at Seabrook by booking one of the over 200 homes in our popular Cottage Rentals program. No home is the same, accommodating anywhere from two to twenty people (and a couple furry, four-legged sidekicks).

...designed for community, convenience, and safety

Seabrook is a walking and biking paradise. Designed with a “walk to anything in five minutes” principle in mind, guests and residents routinely comment on the thoughtful design our team has employed to create this unique place.

In addition to promenades and walking trails galore, you'll find a central amphitheater, a hilltop and oceanfront park, outdoor games and playgrounds, a Town Hall, fire pits, horseshoe pits, a heated indoor pool, and spacious Crescent Park, all of which encourage gatherings big and small.

...bustling with shops and restaurants

Right in the center of town, more than a dozen boutique shops and restaurants provide the perfect destination for fine dining and entertainment - just as we envisioned from the very beginning.

...perfect for groups, festivals and sporting events

Seabrook plays host to weddings, reunions, retreats, and teambuilding activities throughout the year. We are also home to the largest seafood and wine festival on the Washington coast and the acclaimed Hood to Coast Washington event.

So no matter the purpose for your visit, if you enjoy great architecture, fun shops and restaurants, and the therapeutic sounds of Pacific Ocean waves through our wind-sculpted spruce trees, Seabrook has the makings for your perfect getaway. We’re a beach town in its truest sense.