House, 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, (Sleeps 8)
Impressive pine flooring, an open floorplan, a private hot tub, and beautiful furnishings fill this Gearhart vacation rental for 10.
No doubt plenty of time will be spent relaxing on the vast deck, grilling burgers in the summer weather, and, of course, playing on the beach.
Use the included WiFi to catch up on emails in the front sitting room, stream movies while relaxing in the living room, and upload photos of your fantastic beach getaway.
A flatscreen TV is equipped with cable, a Blu-ray DVD player, and Netflix streaming for a quiet night in after a delicious home-cooked meal prepped in the full kitchen (which has everything from major appliances to a microwave, dishwasher, and coffeemaker).
Whip out a board game to play across the dining room table, cozy up on the adjacent window seats with a good book, or head out to the deck to relax and soak in the hot tub.
After a full day of fun, snuggle in to one of five beds spread among the four bedrooms for a good night's sleep. Up to eight guests can sleep comfortably here, but feel free to bring along more bedding for the remaining two guests.
More amenities include three and a half bathrooms, gas fireplaces, and a washer and dryer.
Grab your racquets and tennis shoes for a game of doubles or pick-up at the local tennis and basketball courts. Reserve tee time at the Gearhart Golf Links just north before walking or driving a mile and a half west to Del Ray State Park for beach access. Learn to surf, kayak, search for perfect sea shells, and build sand castles. The shops at Gearhart are just three miles south, or you could drive five miles south to quaint Seaside to walk the Promenade and shop.
Charming and bright, this Oregon home is a great spot for your family or friend coastal escape.
No of people can fit in is 8
My guest(s) and I acknowledge this home is on septic and occupancy is limited to 10 (max adults 10). I further agree to the following:
Guest will not exceed 10 (max adults 10), this includes visitors
No more than 10 (max adults 10) people can take showers at the home(URL HIDDEN)No heavy paper products flushed - this includes but is not limited to feminine hygiene products, baby wipes and toiletry wipes.
Assume responsibility for any costs incurred if the system is overloaded by improper use during your reservation.
Septic Tank Tips:
Use water efficiently - Average indoor water use in the typical single-family home is almost 70 gallons per person per day. The more water a household conserves, the less water enters the septic system. Efficient water use can improve the operation of the septic system and reduce the risk of failure.
Waste disposal - What shouldn't you flush down your toilet? Dental floss, feminine hygiene products, condoms, diapers, cotton swabs, cigarette butts, coffee grounds, cat litter, paper towels, and other kitchen and bathroom items that can clog and potentially damage septic system components if they become trapped. Flushing household chemicals, gasoline, oil, pesticides, antifreeze, and paint can stress or destroy the biological treatment taking place in the system or might contaminate surface waters and groundwater.
Washing machines - By selecting the proper load size, you'll reduce water waste. Washing small loads of laundry on the large-load cycle wastes precious water and energy. Try to spread water usage throughout your stay and select the right load size.
What makes a system fail? - If the amount of wastewater entering the system is more than the system can handle, the wastewater backs up into the house or yard and creates a health hazard. By limiting your water use, you can reduce the amount of wastewater the system must treat.