One of our favorite places to walk to is the Rock Garden off of Beach Street. It’s a little garden of painted rocks collected over the last 10-20 years. My girls love to point out their favorite rocks and look for new ones. Just the other day we turned a rock over only to discover … Continued
Lucky us! A new restaurant just opened down the street from us. They offer made-from-scratch baked goods and Sleepy Monk coffee in the morning. For lunch they have a lovely menu of sandwiches and pasta salads (that they make themselves – thank you!!). During the cool mornings, the fire in the fireplace gives off a … Continued
Looking for a reason to visit us? How about planning a trip around the free kayak and canoe tours that are being offered until Labor Day Weekend at the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park? Hope to see you there!
The summer season starts with Memorial Weekend which is just around the corner! We are making final touches on our rooms, planting colorful flowers and making sure our systems are in place. Let the fun to begin!
It seemed so hard to believe that I had to leave dinner cooking, grab my camera and run down the street to capture what I saw – a clear evening sky with a lovely sunset and barely a hint of precipitation. Just another reminder why I love Seaside so much.
While cleaning up my electronic files this afternoon, I found this invitation created in 2007 when we first acquired the motel. What a project that was. We had so much help from our friends getting the motel just habitable (trust me, the place was in quite a state when we arrived). Here is the letter … Continued
Here is an email I received from Mike this week with some great news: We made it into the recent edition of Lonely Planet, which just came out. They publish travel books for the globe, and apparently are a very big deal. See page 24. Check out Lonely Planet here.
The daffodils survived the surprise snowfall. The snow is finally gone and every day we find more patches of daffodils opening up and inviting spring to hurry up and come. Today on my way home from errands, I noticed that the roadside flower stands are filled with daffodils for sale.
If you start at our end of the Seaside Promenade and head north, you’ll come across this sundial. I still have yet to figure out how to use it correctly, but we always enjoy getting off our bikes, standing just so and checking our watch to see if the time is accurate.
We are so proud of our reviews on TripAdvisor and thankful for the guests who have taken the time to leave honest feedback. We’ve been hanging out in the four star category for awhile now. But we are happy to announce that we’ve officially moved to the 4 1/2 star category!