Whether you're looking for luxury and creature comforts or just a place to pitch a tent, there are a wide variety of lodging opportunities across the bay and in the Homer area. Check out our friends' links below or visit the Homer Chamber of Commerce for business listings.
Across the Bay Tent & Breakfast www.tentandbreakfastalaska.com
"Hey- this one is FUN."
Come over to Kasitsna Bay to stay with the Lastufka family at their unique retreat. Sleep in one of the roomy carpeted walll tents on comfortable beds.
Let them cook a delicious dinner for you in the main lodge while you relax after a hard day of playing in gorgeous surroundings. Breakfast is served in the lodge and they'll pack a hearty lunch to take on your adventures.
Choices of adventures include guided sea kayaking, mountain biking, fishing charters, tide pooling, hiking, a trip to Seldovia 8/12 miles away, or just sitting and looking out the windows at the ocean and wildlife. They also have a piano, some musical instruments, games, and a great library.
Tutka Bay Lodge www.withinthewild.com/tutka-bay-lodge
Are you searching for deluxe accommodations and great food in a wilderness setting? Let us introduce you to Tutka Bay Lodge located between Sadie Cove and Jakolof Bay near Kachemak Bay State Park.
* Roomy accommodations with ocean and mountain views
* Safe, approved drinking water from every faucet
* Regular flush toilets and showers in each unit
* Standard electricity to recharge your camcorder or laptop
* Hair dryer and makeup mirror in each bathroom
* Coffee pot, small refrigerator and video monitor in each unit
* Comfortable beds
The Good Karma Inn www.goodkarmainn.com
This magnificently appointed Scandinavian-scribed log home built near Homer in 2002 was designed for the utmost luxury of our guests. It also meets or exceeds ADA standards for the physically challenged. Your host, Michael LeMay, is dedicated to making your stay comfortable and unforgettable.
The Good Karma Inn’s carefully handcrafted design features 100 to 175 year old logs exuding an old Alaskan charm. Our chosen site boasts a 4 glacier view.
All baths are private and immaculately clean.
Twin Creeks Trailhead Lodge and Retreat www.twincreekstrailhead.com
Twin Creeks Trailhead Lodge and Retreat is nestled on the south slope of Diamond Ridge, a thousand feet above the seaside town of Homer, Alaska. The lodge opened for business in June of 2001.
Two buildings provide year around accommodations for up to 16 guests. The rooms have fully equipped kitchens, wireless access and private baths and are ideal for single travelers, families, and groups. Larger groups can be accommodated for by our partnering with the adjacent Alaska Ridge Top Inn. A 700 square foot yurt provides open space for workshops and group events. Located along the Homestead Trail with breathtaking views of the waters and mountains of the lower Kenai Peninsula, TCTL is an ideal getaway from which to launch your Alaskan adventure.
Soaring Eagle Lodge www.soaringeaglelodge.com
This incredibly beautiful site offering one of the most spectacular views in Alaska is a wonderfully landscaped property surrounded by acres of wildflowers and overseen by a steady flow of American bald eagles plying the thermals and scouting their next adventure.
Nestled in this incredible environment is your own warm and cozy Soaring Eagle cottage. In actuality, a small summer home designed for two to six people, these cottages are regarded as the highest quality lodging with the best view on the Kenai Peninsula. One and two bedroom cottages are available.
Between Beaches betweenbeachesalaska.com
Between Beaches, one of Alaska's most beautiful destinations, is the ideal location for vacationing singles, couples, and families. Just as the name states; Between Beaches is situated on MacDonald Spit, a mile long finger of ancient glacier moraine, with beach frontage on Kasitsna Bay and Kachemak Bay.
Our Alaskan Experience includes lodging and meals while our private cabin rentals are more do-it-yourself. An abundance of activities will keep you busy whether a guest of the Alaskan Experience or a cabin renter.