Our Facilities

SBYC Facilities:

Taylor House Station


Less than a half a mile from the Port of Peninsula, the primary deep water port on the Willapa Bay, SBYC’s Taylor House Station is a stunning building in the middle of town.  Built in 1887, it was one of the first in the area and was long operated as a Hotel and Restaurant.  For more than 100 years it has been a community gathering point for the North Peninsula.

We purchased the property in July of 2022 and did a complete renovation of this historic and lovely building.  We added the bakery, the bar and the oyster bar.  In the summer we have outside dining both in our garden and on the large wrap around porch.  If you just want to chill then this is a good place to go after you’ve spent the afternoon sailing, on the beach, or at our sister property: Oysterville Sea Farms.

The bakery is open from 7am until noon every day.

The clubhouse is open from noon until 8pm every night (we roll the sidewalks up fairly early in this town.

If you still want a drink after we close, there is a bar across the street called “Doc’s” where you can grab a beer or glass of wine.  The Sheldon family who run it with their team are all wonderful people…


Nahcotta Boat House (Coming Soon!!!)


Sister Properties:

Oysterville Sea Farms

Drone photo looking at Oysterville Sea Farms from the bay.

Oysterville Sea Farms was founded to generate revenue for the restoration and preservation of the last oyster cannery left in Oysterville. Oysterville Sea Farms continues to use and develop sustainable aqua-culture practices. We provide ongoing employment in an effort to keep the "Oyster" in Oysterville.

Washington State is the only state on the west coast that allows the purchase and sale of tideland. Private ownership of tidelands motivates farmers to sustainably harvest their tidelands in an ecologically beneficial way. Oysterville Sea Farms is the steward of over 200 acres of privately owned tideland.

In recognition of Oysterville's influence on west coast aqua-culture, the Oysterville Sea Farms cannery was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 21, 1976. This was key to Oysterville being designated a National Historic District.

We offer fresh clams and oysters daily at Oysterville Sea Farms. You can snack on oyster shooters, crannie salsa, shrimp cocktails, or crannie pecan cookies on our deck overlooking Willapa Bay. Our seafood market offers oysters, clams, crab, smoked oysters, and razor clams, all either grown on our farms or purchased from the freshest local source.
The restoration and preservation of Oysterville Sea Farms and the Oysterville Sea Farms cannery is helped by the revenue generated through your purchases of Willabay products.