An Arch Cape Tradition
Constructed in 1939 by Ernest White, “The Beach House” was originally a three-room building that served as guest lodging and eventually became the Arch Cape Post Office before a short stint as a general store for the community.
"Best girls trip ever. Our room was so cozy and clean!"
"The room was bigger than I expected. Tastefully furnished with the most comfortable beds. I loved the fireplace. We all felt at home — our dogs too!"
"Cannon Beach was unavailable, which worked in our favor because we found this gem. We are more than pleased that we found this spot. The rooms were clean and comfortable, with charming homey touches. It was a two-minute walk to the beach which was never crowded."
Trip Advisor review
"This is my #1 favorite coastal get-away destination. The Inn at Arch Cape is comfortable and has a secluded, off-the-grid vibe. Since the kitchen was well stocked with cooking supplies we took full advantage and brought our own groceries and ate-in almost all of our meals. The Inn is set in a very residential neighborhood which we like because it gives it this secluded, secret vibe. A short walk to the end of the block and thru a cute path and voila, the ocean."