This collection of web pages describes Sullishak, a beach cabin on Lincoln Beach in Oregon, USA.  Wes and Elsie Sullivan built the cabin in 1947. The cabin is owned by Dave and Barb Sullivan and is managed as a retreat for the extended Sullivan and Diviney families.  It cannot be rented, but the family invites selected friends to reserve and use the cabin.

This photo tour shows the cabin in 2015. The cabin's first floor has a large family/dining/kitchen room, a small master bedroom, bathroom, and sleeping room in the porch. The upstairs is a sleeping loft with a queen and twin bed along with a bathroom. We recently added a new master bedroom at the back of the cabin with its own bathroom.

Throughout its nearly 70 year existence the cabin has been changing, and the last couple of years have seen extensive change. In 2012, the kitchen and livingroom were extensively remodeled ... and a new deck was added to the second floor. In 2013 we extended the existing cabin 19-feet back to add a new master bedroom and bathroom. The cabin has retained much of its rustic charm and character, but is now more functional and comfortable. To understand the cabin's current status, please look at the Expansion-2014 page.

Sullishak is located at 4040 Mina Ave., Lincoln Beach, Oregon, USA. The cabin lies two blocks west of Highway 101 and is the same distance from the beach.

If you drive south from Sullishak, you pass the Surfrider Inn, Fogarty Creek State Park, Depoe Bay, and eventually Newport. Driving north you will pass Gleneden Beach, Salishan Lodge, and Lincoln City.