The Artist’s Loft: HotTub, Pet-Friendly, Private


Entire loft hosted by Kelly

6 guests, 2 bedrooms, 2 beds, 1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the loft to yourself.
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Great location
90% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Rejuvenate and recalibrate body and mind in a private, bright, and airy apartment nestled in the heart of the Seal Rock arts community and one of most dramatic beaches of the Central Oregon Coast.

The space
Combining simple and quirky beach house charm with modern amenities, the Artist’s Loft offers two bedrooms (1 queen / 1 king), fully stocked kitchen, dining area, curved widescreen HD TV, south-facing deck, washer/dryer, a hot tub amongst trees, and only a short walk to miles of sandy beaches for exploring, cycling, surfing, or fishing.

Next door to a glassblowing gallery and two woodcarving galleries, the Artist’s Loft sits above two active artist workshops--with a yoga and massage studio in the works.

Along with welcoming well-behaved pets, we’re also delighted to offer our guests access to a Level 2 electric vehicle charger.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Hot tub
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
EV charger
Air conditioning

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Where you’ll be

Seal Rock, Oregon, United States

Seal Rock is a charming coastal community between Newport and Waldport. Offering a tight cluster of unique boutiques and eateries, Seal Rock State Park is also home to one of Oregon's Coast most iconic landmarks.
The Artist’s Loft is an excellent place for birdwatching. It is situated on three acres with a small pond that attracts various species of birds, including Great Blue Herons, Killdeer, Eagles, and Hawks. The many feeders on the property bring Goldfinches, Grosbeaks, Crossbills, Juncos, and Spotted Towhees. The owners are committed to maintaining and planting new areas that will support birds, pollinators, butterflies, and wildlife.
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Directly across Hwy 101 is the Seal Rock State Recreation Center. You can view Brown Pelicans, Cormorants, Oystercatchers, Pigeon Guillemots, and beautiful tide pools with your binoculars or camera.

Seal Rock State Recreation Site - Oregon State Parks
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You will find the Brian Booth State Park only three minutes north, which includes Beaver Creek and Ona Beach. You can explore Beaver Creek Natural area in a kayak, canoe, or paddleboard, or hike on the five miles of trails in the forest and marsh area. You can see Kingfishers, various Ducks, Geese, Great Blue Herons, Egret, Hawks, and Eagles, along with singing warblers and wrens in the trees on the creek.

One mile east, you will come to the Brian Booth Welcome Center, where daily bird sightings are posted, bird feeders and nesting boxes bring in Red-Winged blackbirds, a variety of Swallows, Flickers, Woodpeckers, and song birds.

Brian Booth State Park - Oregon State Parks

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If you head north on Hwy 101, you will reach various birding spots, all within a half-hour of the Artist’s Loft.

South Jetty, Yaquina Bay, here you can observe Common and Pacific Loons, Harlequin Duck, Scoters, Common Murre, Osprey, White-tailed Kite, and many types of Gull.

South Jetty (Yaquina Bay) - Hiking in Portland, Oregon and …

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Yaquina Natural Trail behind the Hatfield Marine Science Center, depending on the time of the year, you will find Palm Warbler, Savannah Sparrow, Western Meadowlark, Dunlin, Western, and Least Sandpipers. White-tailed Kite, Peregrine Falcon, and Merlin.

Yaquina Estuary Hike - Hiking in Portland, Oregon, and Washington

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The Bay Road that runs 10-12 miles from Newport into Toledo is a beautiful drive with sightings of Cormorants, Western Grebes, Heron, Osprey, Egret, Ducks, and Geese.

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Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area includes a historic lighthouse, interpretive center, hiking trails, tidepools, and wildlife viewing decks. Gray whales, one of the largest Common Murre colonies on the coast, Bald Eagle, Brandt’s and Pelagic Cormorant, Brown Pelican, Eagles, and Peregrine Falcons may be seen here. -

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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