The upstairs 3-bedroom Family Unit features a master suite with king size bed and ocean view, beautiful fully equipped kitchen, deluxe bathrooms, gas fireplace, beautiful interior finish with marble and tile, and decks with expansive beach and ocean views. Sleeps up to eight in the master, a bedroom with 2 twins, a bunk room, and the leather queen sleeper sofa in the living room. The downstairs 2-bedroom Cliffside Unit features direct access to the beautiful landscaped backyard, still very fine views, another beautiful kitchen, similar deluxe materials, and over 1,300 square feet of living space. This unit sleeps up to six people on the king size bed in the master, 2 twin beds in the second bedroom, and the living room's leather queen sofa bed.
The Moclips Ocean Cliff House sits on a prime wooded site on the cliff's edge, overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the wide sands of Sunset Beach. The grounds are beautifully landscaped with a cliffside seating area for watching the beach and a large fire pit for evening bonfires.
The nearest beach access is a short drive down the paved Analyde Gap Road. You can park on the beach or drive a few miles north as far as the Moclips River. Bike riding also works on the hard-packed sand. Bonfires are also allowed on the beach away from the beach grass. Razor clam digging is a popular activity on dates designated by the Department of Ecology.
Moclips has attracted visitors for a century to its wide, sandy ocean beaches. The beach stretches for 30 miles from Point Grenville on the Quinault Indian Nation to the North Jetty at the southern tip of Ocean Shores. The beach is backed up by red sandstone cliffs with a beautiful, windswept forest on top.
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