The Dude's Abode is a cozy A-frame cabin building located in Otter Rock, Oregon, United States. The vacation retreat can accommodate up to four guests with two bedrooms, and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building chalet to yourself. Access to the cabin building is self-check-in with a lockbox. The Dude's Abode is a small, 1969 A-Frame cabin building in the small oceanfront community of the Alpine Chalets. The cabin chalet is set in a forested, high-bank oceanfront 7-Acre setting at Otter Rock, along with 10 other privately owned cabin building chalets. The community shares a private path with access to the best surfing beach in the area.
The cabin building is restored to a 1969 vibe, and fans of vintage A-Frame cabin villages, surfers, and free spirits will especially love this spot. This is an original tiny house village at the beach. The 656 square foot A-Frame cabin building has a kitchen, living room with a vaulted ceiling that is open to the loft, bedroom, and an ensuite bath on the main level. The upper level has a loft with two twin-sized beds, a built-in desk, and a peek of the ocean framed by shore pines out the upper window. The lower bedroom has a queen-sized bed.
The loft is accessed by a ladder with rails, so this wouldn't be suitable for a toddler or a child. The ensuite bath is shared, so access for all cabin guests is through the main downstairs bedroom. The A-frame is a classic cabin-style, for families and close friends who don't mind sharing space. The owners have restored this cabin building to its 1969 look. You'll love the location, the coziness, and the high ceilings. The Dude's Abode cabin building is good for couples, families with kids, solo adventurers, and furry friends (pets).
The Dude's Abode is very popular, so if it is unavailable for your dates, you'll want to check out the New Listing Mermaid's Rest in the same village. The cabin building sits on seven-acre grounds that include two firepits and barbecue areas, a swing set, park benches, grassy and forested areas. Most of this part of the coast has steep staircases for beach access, so you'll enjoy the stroll down to the beach on a meandering path, with just a few stairs at the beach level.
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