Moby Dick Hotel and Oyster Farm

Address: 25814 Sandridge Road, Nahcotta, Washington, 98637, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 25814 Sandridge Road, Nahcotta, is near Long Beach Peninsula.
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    Travel Blogs from Nahcotta

    The Awesome Oregon Coast

    A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jul 23, 2015

    95 photos

    ... off of 101 just south of Astoria OR. This is the beach with the famous Haystack Rock that shoots 300 feet into the air right off the beach. Amazing. 20 minutes on this beautiful beach changed the day for Anne...suddenly 5-6 hours on the bike was nothing! The day had warmed up to 80 and we were soon on the road again headed north to Raymond WA.

    We hit Astoria OR. riding all along the water , over a bridge to get to Astoria ...

    Welcome To "The Evergreen State"

    A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jul 02, 2015

    7 photos

    ... coming and going. We had lunch in a local seafood restaurant and really enjoyed the halibut (me) and cod (Dan). Then we went to see the Grays Harbor Lighthouse in Westport, built in 1898, that stands 107 feet tall and is the tallest lighthouse in Washington. The elevation in the park is 43 feet, and high temperatures have been in the mid-60's, lows in the mid-50's, and ...

    Kevin's Birthday and Exploration of Westport

    A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Aug 26, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and that we should get in on the action. Not having boards, we quickly dismissed this notion, however. On our way into the harbor, low and behold, we passed a surf shop. Not only did they rent boards and gear, they also did it at a price Kevin and I can afford. We found out they would open at 10 the next morning and decided to try our hand at surfing the following day after checking out the beaches and marina. The beachfront was more than we could have asked ...

    Yurt too much!

    A travel blog entry by kduntley on Mar 22, 2014

    10 photos

    ... to do and B. I was exhausted from the crazy drive the night before. So sorry I'm not sorry. I'll probably do it again tonight! :)

    Also, whilst sleeping at a campground, earplugs are the best thing on planet earth. I slept like a baby. Got up this morning, took out my earplugs and there was all kinds of noise! But I never knew...oh it was glorious. So this morning I got up and got going, I only had 3 hours to go today which was pretty exciting. That meant I ...

    Mt st Helens & Astoria

    A travel blog entry by rorox on Jul 23, 2013

    9 photos

    ... of call about 5 miles from the mountain looking directly into the crater was the Johnston Ridge Observatory. Johnston Ridge was obliterated by the blast with all trees destroyed. The US government has built a terrific visitors centre into the side of the ridge that gives great information and many ranger talks. From here we marvelled at the size of the mountain, the damage caused to the North face and the huge glacier ...