8 Reasons Why Staying at The Inn at Arch Cape Will Make You Smile
Seasoned firewood & kindling. So you can make a crackling fire right in your cozy room. Every room at The Inn at Arch Cape features a wood-burning fireplace.
A fully-appointed kitchen. In every room. Full-size fridge. Check. Stove. Check. Microwave. Check. Keurig machine (with Starbucks coffee pods). Check. Pots and pans and plates and glasses and utensils and… Check. You get the idea. Not just appointed. Fully appointed.
The sound of the Pacific Ocean. The word “Pacific” means peaceful. A perfect name. Since The Inn at Arch Cape is only 351 feet from that peaceful body of water, you can hear the breakers crashing on the beach.
An easy 351-foot stroll to a tranquil beach. The Inn at Arch Cape sits on a little bluff at the top of West Ocean Lane (was known as Ocean Road). Before the trees grew tall, one could stand at the top of West Ocean (where The Inn at Arch Cape sign is today) and gaze down at the Pacific.
The upper deck outside Rooms 1, 3 and 5. From the deck, you can see the white caps dancing on top of the Pacific.
The outdoor fire pit. An ideal spot to relax with a glass of wine. Bring a hoody. We’ve got plenty of firewood.
The heart of a community. The Inn at Arch Cape has been a part of Arch Cape since the late 1930s when Ernest White built Arch Cape’s first grocery store, which also served as the community’s post office. Folks would stop by each day to pick up their mail, buy a dozen eggs and sit next to the stone fireplace (now in Room 4) with a cup of hot coffee to catch up on the day’s news.
Warm wood interiors. Much of the wood that lines the walls and ceilings of rooms at The Inn at Arch Cape were original to the building when it was built in 1938. The rich colors help give our rooms an unmistakably cozy feel.