If you’re looking to disconnect this fall and get back in touch with PNW nature, we have just the spot for you. This rustic Copalis Beach cabin airbnb is the beach combers dream as it’s situated just 200 feet from the Copalis sand dunes. Ready to see more? Let’s check it out.

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This cabin can sleep 4 guests with 1 bedroom, 3 beds and 1 bath. It has tons of old world charm with plenty of wood panelling, rustic decor and a massive wall of windows at the back of the home. Psst the home sits 50 feet above sea level so you get stunning beach views. You also get amenities like a wood burning fireplace and full kitchen for your use.

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copalis beach
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copalis beach
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As much as we love the vibes of the inside, the outside is what makes this airbnb so special. The cabin is situated in completely native old-growth vegetation so you’ll see false Lily of the Valley, Indian Celery, all sorts of rainforest ferns, flowers, and native plants. Above old-growth Sitka Spruce Conifers tower over you giving optimum privacy. It’s a great place to bird watch and also catch the Grey Whale migration in October and November.

copalis beach
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If that’s not cool enough for you the beach beyond the dunes is the only designated light airplane airstrip on the entire Pacific Coast, so you might just see a plane or two! There’s so much to do between walking the forest, beach or staying inside and watching winter storms. Or you can always head to nearby Ocean Shores and Lake Quinault.

copalis beach
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Keep in mind this cabin doesn’t have wifi so it’s not a spot to WFH. But if you’d like too see more of this Copalis Beach Airbnb you can click here. It’ll cost you $192-$248 a night.