Categories: Recreation

Recreate: The Cottages at Cape Kiwanda

If you’re looking for the quintessential beach getaway, The Cottages at Cape Kiwanda offer sweeping ocean views, luxurious yet comfortable amenities, and quick, convenient access to the classic beach town attractions of Pacific City.

When you’re not walking the trails of the Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area, sand boarding down nearby sand dunes, biking through the coastal town, flying kites along the beach, kayaking in the ocean, or discovering tide pools rippling with sea life, you can relax on your private beachfront patio, listen to the sound of the rolling waves and breathe in the ocean air.

The suites are steps away from the ocean, and only minutes away from local seafood and farmers’ markets. You can bring fresh crab and salmon, along with locally grown fruits and vegetables, back to your fully equipped kitchenette. Gas up the grill, and enjoy your homemade meal with an unbeatable view of the ocean from your deck.

If the night calls for award winning microbrews and a meal that’s prepared for you, head to the Pelican Pub & Brewery, where brewmaster Darron Welch and chef  Ged Adyelott have combined talents to produce an innovative menu, each item with a recommended beer pairing.

At the end of a day of exploring, relax in your own jacuzzi tub, and let the satisfaction of your vacation soak in. Fall asleep to the sound of the sea, wrapped in eco-friendly bamboo linen sheets, and wake up rejuvenated. Head to Stimulus Espresso Café for locally roasted coffee and pastries. However you spend the morning, you will be ready for another day in your own seaside getaway.

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