Our ‘motel cottages’ were built as beach cabins in the 1950s. Each space has a private bedroom, kitchen and bathroom to sleep 2-4. They have been remodeled to compliment their original design.
The Woodsman is a rustic-style cabin with dark hardwood floors, an elk skin wall hanging, and a record player with speakers. There is a queen-sized bed in the bedroom and a full bed in the living space. It is great for family or friends who are sharing the space. Windows are North & South facing, providing filtered, natural light and an attached covered carport with seating and table. Art displayed by Keegan
Paradise Point sleeps 2 + 1 youth. This cabin is a bright, spacious cabin with a full living room that includes a desk, reading chair, and record player. It is a corner unit providing the space with bright light throughout and an attached covered carport with seating and table. Art displayed by Keegan. Perfect for romantic weekends. Art displayed by Sarah Shields.
The Forties is a bright, light-filled cabin. This space is set up for a small group or family. It has two full-sized beds, with one in the living area, to accommodate 4 adults comfortably. The circular layout of the cabin means each party can access both the kitchen and the bathroom without going through the bedrooms. There is an attached covered carport with seating and table. Vintage portraits from the ’40s are displayed throughout.
The Beach Cabin sleeps 2 + 1 youth. This cabin is a bright, light-filled stand-alone cabin that has views of the coastal forest. This is the only space with a claw-foot tub. Record player, reading corner nautical decor, whale bones, and an attached covered carport with seating and table.