Adulting can be hard, so every once in a while, we deserve some quality time away from responsibilities. Whether it's with our bae, BFFs or by ourselves, you won't hear us complain while soaking in a jacuzzi on the beach and watching the sunset across the bluff. Sounds too perfect to be true? This romantic beach getaway in Washington state actually exists!
Located on Miami Beach in Seabeck, Washington the charming "Yummy Beach #2" cottage sits right on the water's edge. You and your boo can have the place all to yourselves for just $99 a night.
This space has one bedroom with a king-sized bed, a living area, a bathroom with hot water, heating, TV, and WiFi.
There's also a kitchen equipped with all the appliances and cooking essentials needed to whip up your own meals. A grill out on the patio will serve your BBQ needs during warmer months.
If you'd rather order in, you're going to want to hear this: You can have a spot called Seabeck Pizza deliver your dinner by boat! It is seasonal and you have to reserve in advance though.
If this sounds like a piece of heaven, there's more.
There's also a luxe hot tub right out on the water.
From here, you can have private, front-row seats to witness Hood Canal and the Olympic Mountains rising from the depths of the ocean.
While you can fall asleep to the sound of the waves crashing outside your window, if you'd rather explore this secluded haven, there's plenty to do.
A giant stone staircase near the home will lead you to the pretty waters. You can also borrow kayaks or SUP boards for free from this spot to take it out for a spin.
If you're a fan of the sun and can't wait for summer to get here soon enough, this cozy cottage in a pretty beach town is just what the doctor ordered.
Price Per Night: $99 for two people
Neighborhood: Seabeck, WA
Why You Need To Go: This cozy cottage comes with epic sea views and a hot tub on the beach, perfect for a romantic getaway.
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