Why You Should Celebrate Fall with a Trip to Seabrook

This Washington Coast vacation spot is as much a destination in the cooler months as it is at the height of summer.

By Seattle Mag


This post is sponsored.

September 7, 2017

Sponsored by Seabrook

Fall is just around the corner, and one of the most stunning places to celebrate the change of the seasons is on the Washington coast, at Seabrook. With unique events, seasonal cuisine and gorgeous autumn colors – Seabrook is just a 2.5 hour drive from Seattle and provides a perfect getaway to celebrate all that fall has to offer.

It’s the best kept secret that September in Washington is a beautiful time of year – and after Labor Day, the pace tends to slow as schools open their doors for the new year. Many find that this is the perfect time of the year to hit the beach and get the most out of your vacation. Grab your hiking shoes and camera and catch some of the best sunsets over the Pacific. Pamper yourself with a walk on the beach, followed by a visit to Spa ElizabethEnjoy an afternoon with a good book and happy hour at the Stowaway Wine Bar. With over a dozen shops and restaurants (and more on the way!), Seabrook’s Town Center will keep you entertained, whether it’s painting pottery at Imagine That, finding cute beach gear for the little ones at Seabrook Kids, or stocking up on your fall home décor at SeaWorthy Home.


If a social scene is more your style, Seabrook’s event calendar has you covered. From pumpkin carving to beer festivals – there is something for every child, parent and beachgoer. Kick off fall with Big Foot Brew Fest on October 7th and taste over a dozen local breweries, many with exclusive beers just for Seabrook’s beer festival! There will be food trucks and live entertainment to enjoy while you sip away the day, so best to be a responsible festivalgoer and book a cottage for the weekend to maximize your getaway. Check out the Big Foot Brew Fest event details and learn more about the breweries and entertainment coming to the Washington Coast.


On Saturday, October 14, you have the exclusive opportunity to tour some of the most beautiful and thoughtfully designed homes on the Washington Coast at Seabrook’s Fall Home Showcase. Stroll through open houses while enjoying live music and local fare.

In the Northwest, the bounty is abundant for seasonal cuisine and this is on display at the restaurants in Seabrook. Grab a local pumpkin ale at Mill109 with your razor clam sandwich or head to Frontager’s for a gourmet pizza bursting with flavor and local ingredients.   


Celebrate autumnal Seabrook with cottage rates starting at $125 per night! Book today using promo code “SEAMAGFALL” and enjoy a $100 credit towards any new reservation. This special offer ends 9/10/17. Other restrictions may apply.*

New reservations only | 3-night minimum | Offer valid 9/7/17- 9/30/17 | Travel between 9/7-12/21/17 | Excludes Thanksgiving weekend travel 11/22-11/27/17 | All sales final |

To learn more and start planning your weekend getaway to Washington’s Beach Town, visit SeabrookCottageRentals.com



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