I had the pleasure of a recent stay-cation to Seabrook, Washington. A town on our Washington coastline is a hidden gem. I have grown up in Washington but never had been to Seabrook. If you’re ever in the area, please check out these things to do in Seabrook Washington. You won’t regret this stop or stay!
Seabrook is located just about an hour toward the Pacific Ocean coast from the Olympic National Park. This lovely little beach town neighborhood is filled with vacation rentals, restaurants, shops, and more. There is even an indoor pool that you can utilize while staying in a vacation rental here. It is the perfect small town for a family vacation, girls trip, or for couples.
Things to Do in Seabrook WA
Where to Eat in Seabrook
Seabrook offers pretty amazing eats. The question is just where to eat in Seabrook; because it is all delicious! From local wines and beers to flavorful homemade desserts, you will not leave without a great experience for the taste buds.
The Mill 109 is one place I kept heading back to. It is Seabrook’s original family-friendly restaurant. I am a huge advocate that they source local foods whenever possible. This makes for a unique experience to guests while supporting local agriculture. Plus, the service you will receive here is phenomenal. They pride themselves on taking care of their locals and guests.
The location is so quaint and well designed. You can take a seat at the bar with friends or snag your meal to-go for the beach that is just a short walk away. If you’re coming with the kids, they offer a fantastic kids’ menu too.
Be sure to ask for the blackberry cobbler before you leave. This dessert is literally dripping with flavor off the vine. You might ask for one to take home with you. It really is THAT good.
Frontager’s Pizza Co. offers some of the best and fresh ingredients I’ve ever had on a pizza. The wood-fired pizza runs with fresh herbs and cheese. The open kitchen feel of the restaurant makes for a great experience. A perfect stop for lunch. Try the salad with goat cheese with the pizza. It will melt in your mouth.
Where to Shop in Seabrook
There are several shops along the streets of Seabrook. It is fun to browse what each store has to offer. They each of personality and charm.
One of my favorite shops is Sweet Life. Offering candy and chocolates from regional and international artisans. Here you can purchase some of the best chocolate truffles I have ever had. Or if ice cream is more up your alley, you can have hand-scooped cones too.
The Front Street Market is the place you want to stop to stock your cottage if staying in Seabrook. Local beer, wine, and fresh produce. You’ll even find canned BBQ sauces and salsa.
Be sure to head over every Saturday between 7 pm and 8 pm for a $4 Gelato Biscotto Sabato. Your choice of gelato in a cookie sandwich. While supplies last, so head over there fast.
Red Velvet Bakery By the Sea offers excellent coffee and pastry selections. They also have light-lunch options too. Be sure to try their red velvet donut. A classic!
What to Do in Seabrook
From the beach to the local events. There is plenty to do in Seabrook to have a great time. It may be small, but there are things to do in Seabrook Washington.
Check out Seabrook’s event calendar online to plan your stay during differently themed festivals. I stayed at the beginning of our daffodil festival. There were street vendors, an awesome sandcastle sculpture and more. I personally want to head back up for Gnome Festival and Big Foot Brew Fest.
Pacific Beach is just a staircase away from Seabrook. You can beach comb and enjoy beautiful sunsets. If you love the beach, this one goes on for miles.
After a day at the beach, you can also roast marshmallows at some of the various fire pits located around the neighboorhood. We had one right outside of our cottage and Front Street Market offers kindling, lighters, and treats to roast. This makes for the perfecting ending to any evening.
Where to Stay in Seabrook
I had the pleasure of staying the weekend in the Zinnia`s Cottage thanks to Seabrook Cottage Rentals. I recommend staying in one of the select cottages to enjoy the entire beauty of Seabrook, Washington. There are many different capacity numbers so that you could even plan a whole family getaway for the holidays.
Check out this video tour of the Zinnia’s Cottage in Seabrook, Washington: