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Wellness Factors

  • Vegan Food Options

    Vegan Food Options

  • Complimentary Bikes

    Complimentary Bikes

  • Massage Services

    Massage Services

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Green Features

  • Recycle Program

  • Renewable Energy

  • Eco-Friendly Bath Products

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Community Impact

  • Employee Volunteer Hours

    18 hours of paid volunteer time for 24 volunteer hours per

  • Donates Back

    169 free hotel stays to local fundraisers in 2019. $8,700

  • Local Artisan Products

    Harmony Soapworks provides our in-room hand soap

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Find yourself again at this intimate sanctuary on the dunes in coastal Washington.

The Setting

Keeping in fashion with its neighboring sister, Adrift Hotel, the Inn at Discovery Coast has managed to keep Mother Earth in mind while creating a blissful beachside sanctuary. Towering three stories over bucolic ocean dunes on Washington’s Long Beach peninsula, the Inn caters to adventurers seeking rejuvenation and relaxation.

Sleep and Sanctuary

Rest assured knowing rooms at the Inn were thoughtfully crafted with sustainable and local materials, and designed as a sanctuary for peace. In the Inn building, which directly faces the Pacific, find middle and corner room types, with the first floor welcoming your furry pals. The Beach House, offering a variety of studio and loft rooms, is set a little ways back from the main building with garden and partial beach views. A Pool House Studio can be had for more of a home-like vibe. All rooms feature a patio decks, the comfiest of memory foam beds, and some have either large soaking tubs for two or dual showers. Breakfast is delivered each morning and best enjoyed on the deck with a locally sourced coffee or tea while breathing  salty air. 

Eat. Pray. Eat.

Perched on top of adjoining Adrift Hotel overlooking the Pacific is Pickled Fish Restaurant. Here you’ll find thoughtful and locally inspired bites from Exec Chef China Martinez for breakfast, lunch and dinner, in fact, its certified Ocean Friendly by the Surfrider Foundation. Indulge in only grass-fed or line-caught proteins and local vegetables like grilled Maitake mushrooms. Everything from the wines to the brews to the food is regional and provided by purveyors that share the same values toward sustainability as the Inn. Don’t forget to sip a “Cocktail for a Cause,” a specially crafted monthly cocktail by which 50 percent of profits go to help a local non-profit, while you jam to nightly live music.                  

The Art of De-stressing

Adrift Spa is your full-service hub for rejuvenating your senses and body. Just pop next door to adjoining Adrift Hotel and choose from a number of treatments including integrated massage and aromatherapy, cupping, facials, and table yoga, which is a three-dimensional experience where the muscles, tendons, ligaments, as well as the joints receive the benefit of movement and massage. All services incorporate natural oils and cruelty-free products.

Inside the Pool House (where the spa resides) you’ll find the covered, heated saline pool, a barrel sauna and fire pit. Yoga mats are available on request as are gym passes to a local gym. Or, hop on a free beach cruiser and set out for a day of adventure on the 8-mile Discovery Trail (right in front of the Inn) and take in all the surrounding natural wonders of the peninsula. For those up for a relaxing stroll there is the nearby Art Trail, which features commissioned art works to teach visitors about the wildlife they're seeing.

  • Pet Friendly

  • Beachfront

  • Complimentary Breakfast

  • Complimentary Parking

  • Restaurant

  • Bar Lounge

  • Library

  • Fire Pits on Property

  • Happy Hour

  • Game Room

  • Complimentary WiFi

  • Entertainment

  • Pool

  • Handicap Accessible

  • Hiking Trails

  • Spa

  • Complimentary Bikes

  • Room Service

Guest Rooms

Corner Rooms occupy the first, second and third floors and provide you with some fantastic ocean views from your deck . Also find a plush king bed with a memory foam mattress, gas fireplace, oversized jetted tub for two and a small shower.

The Middle Room guest studios boast great ocean views, a gas fireplace, king bed and a large double headed shower which has us sold.

Special Rooms

The Beach House is set slightly back in a gardened space next to the Inn with partial ocean views and views of the dunes. Here you find the Beach House Suite with its large private deck and large corner tub, king bed with a seating area, the Beach House Studio which is slightly smaller, and the Beach House Loft which occupies the top floor. Worth mentioning these are the only rooms that are not pet friendly.

Pool House Rooms are on the first floor of the Pool House (which houses the spa) and offer views of the beach forest. The Pool House Studio has a large private deck, seating area with full size sofa bed, a king bed, gas fireplace and a small retro-style fridge.

Fees

Resort fee: USD $7.00 per accommodation/per night

The resort fee includes:
  • Pool access
  • Spa access
  • Spa tub access
  • Nearby fitness center access
  • Internet access
  • Self-parking
  • Parking
  • Housekeeping
Optional Extras

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in or check-out.

  • Breakfast fee: between $10 and $30 per/person
  • Pet fee: $20.00 per pet/per stay
  • Rollaway bed fee: $15.00 per/stay

Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

 

  • Check In
    3 p.m.
  • Check Out
    11 a.m.

IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Kind Eats and Drinks
Conscious Culture
Mindful Adventures
Do Good for the Day
  • Choose North Coast Food Web as your local charity when you book The Inn at Discovery Coast with Kind Traveler
  • Visit NCFW’s weekly Small Farms Market Day, Thursdays from 9-4pm. They often have fresh eggs, organic produce, local meats, cheeses and breads
  • Pick up a Farm & Market Guide on your trip and support the local producers in the program
  • Attend one of NCFW’s cooking classes and enhance your culinary skills
  • Get involved with the myriad of ways the Washington Region Surfrider Foundation keeps local waters and beaches clean

HOW TO GET THERE

421 11th St. SW Long Beach, WA 98631

By Plane

116 mi from Portland International Airport (PDX)

By Bus/Metro

At PDX Station take Max Red Line Tram ($3) every 15 min to Sunset TC Station, transfer at Beaverton Amtrak Bus stop with service to Warrenton Amtrak Bus Stop 4 times daily ($21-$30). Remaining 28 miles is reached by taxi (approx: $60-$80). Approx travel time 4 hours 30 minutes.

By Automobile

Most recommended form of travel to reach Adrift, take I-205 N, continue to I-5 N, take US-30 W and US-101 N to Sandridge rd in Seaview. Follow Sandridge to Sid Snyder, turn left at end of Sid Snyder roundabout follow to hotel on left. Driving time 2hrs 15 min. Parking is free on-site. Electric vehicle charging stations available.

By Uber

UberX From  approx: $167

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