It’s amazing what a breath of fresh air can do for the soul. These past few months have been challenging and a true learning experience. It feels so good to see our state start to slowly open back up, giving the opportunity to support small businesses and towns. Our summer plans will look a lot different this year but it gives us the opportunity to look to more local spots! I want to share with you one of my new favorite places and give you some tips on Visiting Seabrook Washington!
Visiting Seabrook Washington
This was my first time visiting Seabrook and I instantly fell in love! I have heard many many amazing things about this tiny town and I can’t believe it took me this long to get there. It is the cutest, quaint little coastal town. It’s clean, friendly and absolutely gorgeous.
The town sits right on the bluff of the Pacific Ocean with some of the most stunning views of the beach.
You can take a little walk down the community stairs and walk right out onto Pacific Beach. You can see for miles, walk the beach and find treasures, tips your toes in the sand and breath in that salty air. The first day on the beach was windy, and you could see the wind blow over the sandy beach. It was one of the coolest sights.
Miss B Haven’s Cottage
Where do you stay in Seabrook? The town itself is filled with 300 adorable coastal cottages and 90% of them are available to rent year round. I have been following Miss B Haven’s Cottage on IG for a long time and was so excited to be able to see it in person! She has the most adorable cottage, beautifully decorated and so cozy. It really is a home away from home feeling.
Miss B Haven still has some availability for this summer, you can click here to book her adorable cottage. It’s the perfect place for a little relaxation, wine on the deck, evenings in the hot tub and perfect place to take kids.
I want to give you a peek into her adorable cottage. It has the cute coastal farmhouse decor and she goes out of her way with accomodations. From a welcoming basket with wine and s’mores, extra phone chargers for use, a whole cupboard of water, beach towels, beach sandals in every size, rain boots and every kitchen appliance you can want! Oh and closet filled with games! You really don’t have to bring anything but your clothes.
I loved sitting here in the morning with a cup of coffee. Enjoying the slow start to the morning and peaceful moments.
You can bring your own food and cook all your meals at the cottage, or there are three small restaurants in town that are available for take out or limited indoor seating.
The house comfortably sleeps 6 people within three bedrooms. This is the master bedroom. It is so beautifully decorated. I love love that chandelier and the deep blue accent wall!
There is an additional guest bedroom with a queen bed that isn’t pictured.
And how cute are these twin beds? Love this modern coastal vibe in here.
I cannot wait to go back!
Town of Seabrook
I want to give you a little glimpse into the adorable town of Seabrook. It has two streets of shops and some of the most beautiful homes to look at.
From a candy shop, ice cream store, wine tasting, and adorable boutiques.
I alos love that there is a clam cleaning station for the community to use!
Oh and sunsets on the beach were not horrible either. Honestly one of the best ways to end the day.
Melanie Lynn Carter says
Looks like a beautiful respite for right about now! That picture you snapped of the sunset would look so good blown-up and framed somewhere in your lovely home.
Melanie in California
Taryn Whiteaker says
Yes it’s the perfect getaway, easy drive from our house and it feels like you really get away on the coast.
Aww, what a quaint little resort!! Simply beautiful, that’s all what it needs to say!
And your pics are soo awesome!
Taryn Whiteaker says
Yes! It has everything you need. It’s perfect. And thank you :)
Kerri Hansen says
I have never heard of Seabrook, I’m so glad you shared this post! We live in Vancouver, Canada so sadly we won’t be visiting anytime soon, but I love learning about new places…especially adorable ones like this! We actually own a little cabin on a Lake near Mount Vernon (Big Lake, WA) and sadly we won’t be able to use it at all this summer. But when we are there, we love exploring the Pacific Northwest and I am adding Seabrook to my list!
Taryn Whiteaker says
Yes! I can’t wait for the border to open, we love BC. You would love Seabrook, we are about halfway between Seattle and the border and it only took us about 3 hours to get there with stops. I can’t believe it took me so long to get there, now I want to go every summer. It’s such a perfect getaway.