We have a variety of rooms to accommodate your needs, including rooms with kitchenettes, microwaves, and fridges. We also offer weekly rates for guests wanting longer stays.
Our Single Rooms are furnished with a Queen Bed, TV, Microwave, Refrigerator and seating. Private Baths include basic amenities.
1st or 2nd Floor.
Our Double Rooms are furnished with (2) Double Beds, TV, Microwave, and Refrigerator. Private Bathrooms include Shower and Basic amenities. 1st or 2nd Floor.
(*Double with Kitchen Available via direct booking and can be utilized with adjoining Family Room to create a large 2 Room Suite. 2 of these ‘suites’ are available.)
Our Family Rooms, located on the 2nd Floor, include a Single Queen Bed and 2 Double Beds. A private Bath with Shower and Amenities is included. Rooms are furnished with a TV, Microwave, Refrigerator, Table, and Chairs for seating.
Ground Floor. One of a kind.
3 Double Beds and 2 Twin Beds. Sectional Sofa and TV. Full Kitchen. Double Shower, Double Bathroom, dining table for 6.
Great for large groups!
Journey to the southern end of the Longbeach Peninsula and on scenic Baker Bay, you’ll discover Ilwaco. This historic community was founded in 1848 and was once a thriving trading post for the Chinook Indians. Today, that thriving trade has taken on a whole new meaning with restaurants, seafood markets, and fine dining. Nestling just within the Columbia River bar, Ilwaco is a sheltered fishing community with some of the finest sturgeon and salmon fishing in the country. It’s a community which is changing rapidly. One of its newest attractions is the quaint Harbor Village. Its waterfront location and brand new marina are ideal for both pleasure cruisers and for commercial fishing. Its abundant shops and art galleries are perfect for its countless visitors.
Ilwaco shopping is an easy and convenient experience as large parts of the community are pedestrianized with the added advantage of free parking. The wide choice of outlets ranges from quaint antique and fine art galleries to specialty stores. Also on Howerton Way is ‘OleBob’s Fish Market’. Family owned, their specialty is fresh and locally caught tuna, salmon, oysters, clams, and crab. Visit http://www.olebobs.com for more information!