Wake Up to Old World Charm

The Historic Seaview Manor is a stunning beach-side getaway located just below Cape Disappointment State Park bordering Ilwaco, Washington and Seaview, Washington. 

With an antique charm and serene setting, its the perfect spot for an isolated retreat, family vacation to remember or just time away from it all. Private beach access, sunlit porches and patios, and endless unique experiences create memories you just can't put down.

13.1 Long Beach Miles to Beer From the Seaview Manor to Sarah's Rusty Spur with food and drinks along the way!

You've been looking for a reason to get your stamina up and to test your toughness. Prove you Still Got It on May 21 by completing a hike up the coast. We will start the day off with a substantial breakfast at 7:30, Cranberry point cocktails at the halfway point and finish up exactly 13.1 miles at Sarah's Rusty Spur. 2 Beer tickets included for 21+.

This is not a timed event nor do we plan to take ourselves too seriously. This is for people who want to have some fun and an excuse to challenge themselves. We will offer both accommodations in the Seaview Manor on a room by room basis (BnB style) or limited on site dry camping on a case by case basis. Approval by Seaview Management required. 

All the amenities to feel right at home..

Bedrooms

6

Square Feet

5700

Dining

12+

Baths

3.5

Dog Friendly

Yes!

Ocean Access

Private Trail

Magic Awaits!  

The location of the Seaview Manor puts you in the perfect spot for an isolated retreat, an active hiking and biking trip with lots of sightseeing along the way, a historical and art filled adventure for museum lovers or simply a quintessential small beach town shopping trip.

Relax & Unwind

Relax & Unwind

Relax & Unwind

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Hear From Our Guests

"The Seaview Manor is a very special place. The kitchen is well appointed, the dining room stretches for miles and the couches around the fireplace create conversations well into the dark. You will leave changed for good. So much love must have gone into the recent restoration. We can’t wait to come back again!"

-Robert