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The beaches in Washington State don’t tend to attract many sunbathers, but you’ll be able to enjoy some of the Pacific Northwest’s most spectacular scenery. From sea stacks, tide pools and all sorts of treasures like sea glass to petroglyphs and clam digging, there’s plenty to see and do here. To take advantage of it all, consider a stay at one of these great Airbnbs that are all just steps from the sand.

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Ocean View & Beach Access, Westport Ocean view Airbnb, Westport, WA
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Ocean view Airbnb, Westport, WA

Ocean View & Beach Access, Westport

This oceanfront one-bedroom with a well-equipped kitchen, including coffee and condiments, offers gorgeous views of the Pacific, dunes, a historic lighthouse and the Olympic Mountains. Guests have access to a seasonal pool, hot tub and 24-hour fitness center in the complex along with upscale perks like a welcome basket, bathrobes, a jetted tub with bubble bath, candles, beach towels and chairs.

SeaMist Ocean View Airbnb, Moclips SeaMist Ocean View, Moclips, Washington
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SeaMist Ocean View, Moclips, Washington

SeaMist Ocean View Airbnb, Moclips

Located in peaceful Moclips, SeaMist is a custom townhome that accommodates up to six in three bedrooms and offers views from nearly every room. You’ll be just a short walk from the beach and about a 20-minute drive from the variety of attractions in Ocean Shores, while enjoying plenty of comforts of home. There’s a gourmet kitchen and a master suite that offers an especially impressive ocean view along with a backyard patio that has a gas grill and picnic table facing the Pacific too.

Moclips Beach House, Moclips Moclips Beach House
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Moclips Beach House

Moclips Beach House, Moclips

This Moclips Beach House was recently remodeled and features three bedrooms, sleeping up to six comfortably. Bigger groups of up to eight can take advantage of a pull-out couch. There’s a well-equipped kitchen, indoor and outdoor dining, and a great room with a large wall of picture windows for watching the waves. Look forward to cozying up to the fireplace, barbecuing and enjoying access to the backyard, clamming station and outdoor shower.

Rustic Cedar Cabin in the Woods by the Sea, Taholah Rustic Cedar Cabin in the Woods, Airbnb, Taholah
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Rustic Cedar Cabin in the Woods, Airbnb, Taholah

Rustic Cedar Cabin in the Woods by the Sea, Taholah

This secluded cedar log cabin in the woods offers a cozy, private retreat, complete with a wood stove, kindling and firewood included. Located five miles north of Moclips and five miles south of Taholah, you’ll be within easy reach of the beach as well as hikes in Olympic National Park. There’s a fully stocked kitchen for cooking up your own meals, a fire pit for making s’mores and a bedroom with an enchanting view of the forest.

Oceanfront Olympic Cabin, Forks Oceanfront Olympic cabin
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Oceanfront Olympic cabin

Oceanfront Olympic Cabin, Forks

This oceanfront two-story cabin nestled in the trees sits on 23 private acres that includes over 1,200 feet of exclusive beach access and fabulous views of the Pacific. It has two bedrooms, sleeping up to six in four beds, along with a fully-functional kitchen and laundry facilities – all bedding, accessories and kitchen essentials are included. There’s also a covered deck with a barbecue and fire pits.

Secluded Beach Cabin with Priceless Views, Sekiu Front porch with river and ocean views
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Front porch with river and ocean views

Secluded Beach Cabin with Priceless Views, Sekiu

Look forward to breathtaking views and lots of privacy here, with your nearest neighbor a quarter-mile away. Both a river beach and an ocean beach are right out your door, and you’ll be in the heart of a fishing mecca with the Hoh Rainforest, Neah Bay, Lake Ozette and Cape Flattery all close by. The one-bedroom cabin itself has a large kitchen and amazing views.

Beach View Retreat, Port Angeles Beach view retreat hot tub with an ocean view, Port Angeles
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Beach view retreat hot tub with an ocean view, Port Angeles

Beach View Retreat, Port Angeles

This one-bedroom retreat in Port Angeles is ideal for romance-seekers, offering a tranquil getaway along the northern Olympic Peninsula. Enjoy the view of San Juan de Fuca Strait and even Victoria, British Columbia beyond from the bubbling hot tub. The beach is just a short walk away, and you can also look forward to watching the bald eagles, seals and perhaps the occasional whale too. Kayaking and surfing are possible just below the house, and miles and miles of hiking trails can be found nearby.

View Goes On Forever, Port Townsend Sunset over the San Juan de Fuca Strait, Port Townsend Airbnb
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Sunset over the San Juan de Fuca Strait, Port Townsend Airbnb

View Goes On Forever, Port Townsend

This two-story cottage accommodating up to two adults, sits on a cliff overlooking the water and is nestled in a fir forest with lots of wildlife like deer, foxes, falcons, bald eagles, geese and ducks. Enjoy jaw-dropping views of the San Juan de Fuca Strait, Victoria B.C. and the San Juan Islands while being just a 10-minute drive from downtown Port Townsend with its grand Victorian buildings housing museums, restaurants, cafes, pubs and unique shops. It’s just six minutes to the beach, and if you continue walking west you’ll discover a stretch popular for finding sea glass. The cottage includes a kitchenette for light cooking, with a mini-fridge, microwave, toaster/oven/broiler, electric kettle, and several different types of coffeemakers.

Hale Kai, Long Beach View from Hale Kai Airbnb, Long Beach, WA
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View from Hale Kai Airbnb, Long Beach, WA

Hale Kai, Long Beach

This one-bedroom ocean view condo in Long Beach sleeps up to four and offers convenient access to 28 miles of sand on what’s been claimed to be the “World’s Longest Beach.” Enjoy the magnificent view of the dunes and waves from the full kitchen, separate dining area and living room which features a Smart TV and electric fireplace. In addition to all the fun on the beach, including great kite flying, the town itself offers a wide range of attractions that includes a World Kite Museum and Hall of Fame, carnival rides, games, bumper cars and a carousel. Three-wheeler bikes can be rented for cruising the sand too.

Dog Friendly Waterfront Home, Long Beach Porch and ocean view from Long Beach waterfront Airbnb
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Porch and ocean view from Long Beach waterfront Airbnb

Dog Friendly Waterfront Home, Long Beach

Bring Fido or Fluffy with you to this large, 2,000-square-foot waterfront home in Long Beach, cared for by local property management company, Vacasa. It accommodates up to eight in three bedrooms and boasts sweeping ocean views from two levels. There are two ocean-facing decks providing 180-degree views and you’ll get similar views from the kitchen, living room and master bedroom which has an electric fireplace. Other highlights include a BBQ Grill, pool table, Wii gaming system, bikes with helmets, clam guns, beach chairs and sand toys.

Sunset View, Seaview Sunset View, Seaview, WA Airbnb
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Sunset View, Seaview, WA Airbnb

Sunset View, Seaview

Close to the southwesternmost tip of Washington less than 30 minutes from Astoria, Oregon in Seaview, this Airbnb boasts a spectacular 180-degree view of the Pacific, ideal for watching winter storms and stunning sunsets. The two-bedroom condo has a private balcony and a living room with cable television, a DVD player and a gas fireplace. There are two bathrooms, one with a jetted tub, as well as a washer/dryer for guest use.

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