Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge
Scale of 90-100
Set along an unspoiled cove on the Kenai Peninsula, this wilderness retreat, welcoming a maximum of 12 guests per week, is reached via boat from the fishing village of Homer. Owned by knowledgeable naturalists Michael and Diane McBride, the central lodge contains a lounge with a fireplace, an open kitchen and a countrified dining room specializing in seafood dishes. Five cozy guest cabins come with homemade quilts, wood stoves, original artwork and tile-cedar shower-baths. Activities offered focus on guided hikes, sea kayaking and boat cruises, but private fishing charters can be arranged. There is also an on-site sauna and hot tub. This is a timeless haven for those seeking an authentic taste of the Alaskan wilderness. The lodge is closed from September to the end of May.
Good to Know
The most private accommodation, the Cliff House, is accessed via a wooden footbridge.
Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge Features:
- Airport transfers
- Children welcome
- Fly fishing
- Hot tub
- Meal plan offered
- No a/c
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Editor’s Choice: All-inclusive two-night package for two, $6,000 (longer packages available).
Learn more about Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge:
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.