A unique, cultured retreat at what feels like the edge of the world and that is at once the best of the contemporary Northwest and a sweet throwback to the 1940's. Definitely worth a visit and a good base for further adventures in the region.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Four cabins and a fleet of 1950's vintage trailers, all furnished, each with a kitchenette (including cookware and tableware). Units vary in size, accommodating 2-6 (or more) people. Our historic lodge offers a large living room filled with books and art where, from time to time, we offer cultural events, such as concerts, readings and lectures. Our grounds include a pavilion for covered outdoor activities & showers for RV guests and tenters. We have numerous RV sites (30amp, sewer & water, Wifi, no cable) and a few tent sites as well. Campfires are not allowed, although there is an old-style fireplace and patio (bring your own wood). Our property is as close to the beach as you can get in Seaview, a six minute walk. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sou`Wester Hotel Seaview