Anchor Point, AK, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Anchor Point

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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Moose Cabin, a uniquely Alaskan log building, was constructed along a well-used moose trail, using beetle-killed spruce trees. This private cozy cabin is located on an original Alaskan homestead that has been kept as natural as possible. The property is right in the middle of fantastic Alaskan adventures and scenery. You won't find a nicer or more interesting place to stay! Guest AccessYou will enjoy use of the kitchen and watching the flat screen HD TV from the comfortable leather recliner furniture. And, relax on the BBQ deck while watching for moose and eagles among the spruce trees, alders and wildflowers. Guests can also enjoy use of the on-property beach volley ball court, horseshoe pit and picnic tables. Interaction with GuestsAfter making your reservation, you will receive driving directions from Anchorage to the Moose Cabin, along with check in instructions. This will allow you to check yourself into the Cabin when you arrive at any time of day or night. We are on the homestead in a different building and available to assist you at any time and you can reach us on our local phone number. We look forward to meeting and talking with you at your convenience after arrival. The NeighborhoodThe Moose Cabin is located in a rural area about one mile north of the community of Anchor Point on the west side of the Alaska Kenai Peninsula. This is a private property with spruce trees, alders and wildflowers providing seclusion for four real-log vacation homes that have raised from local beetle-killed spruce trees. Moose, eagles and other Alaska wildlife are frequently seen on the property. Four active volcanoes can be seen looking across Cook Inlet from Anchor Point and from across the highway near the property. You can enjoy the busy tourist activities in nearby cities such as Kenai and Homer, and then come back to the comfort, quiet and your own personal Alaska home. Getting AroundMost guests utilize a rental car during their stay. The scenic drive from Anchorage is about 200 miles and takes a little over 4 hours. Other Things to NoteThe check in instructions that you will receive with you reservation confirmation will provide the code for the electronic door lock at the Moose Cabin. Please bring that code with you as you will use it instead of a key during your stay.
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3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Wise Old Hunter Lodge, a uniquely Alaskan log building provides a real Alaskan atmosphere, complete with big game mounts including moose, caribou, Dall sheep, lynx, wolverine and more. This private 1-1/2 story lodge is located on an original Alaskan homestead that has been kept as natural as possible. The property is right in the middle of fantastic Alaskan adventures and scenery. You won't find a nicer or more interesting place to stay! Guest AccessYou will enjoy use of the full kitchen, laundry and watching the flat screen HD TV from the comfortable furniture. And, relax on the BBQ deck at the big split-log bar while watching for moose and eagles among the spruce trees, alders and wildflowers. Guests can also enjoy use of the on-property beach volley ball court, horseshoe pit and picnic tables. Interaction with GuestsAfter making your reservation, you will receive driving directions from Anchorage to the Wise Old Hunter Lodge, along with check in instructions. This will allow you to check yourself into the Cabin when you arrive at any time of day or night. We are on the property in a different building and available to assist you at any time and you can reach us on our local phone number. We look forward to meeting and talking with you at your convenience after arrival. The NeighborhoodThe Wise Old Hunter Lodge is located in a rural area about one mile north of the community of Anchor Point on the west side of the Alaska Kenai Peninsula. This is a private property with spruce trees, alders and wildflowers providing seclusion for four real-log vacation homes that have raised from local beetle-killed spruce trees. Moose, eagles and other Alaska wildlife are frequently seen on the property. Four active volcanoes can be seen looking across Cook Inlet from Anchor Point and from across the highway near the property. You can enjoy the busy tourist activities in nearby cities such as Kenai and Homer, and then come back to the comfort, quiet and your own personal Alaska home. Getting AroundMost guests utilize a rental car during their stay. The scenic drive from Anchorage is about 200 miles and takes a little over 4 hours Other Things to NoteThe check in instructions that you will receive with you reservation confirmation will provide the code for the electronic door lock. Please bring that code with you as you will use it instead of a key during your stay.
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Captain Cook Lodge, a uniquely Alaskan log building, was constructed and furnished with careful attention to detail. The property is an original Alaskan homestead that has been kept as natural as possible. The location is right in the middle of fantastic Alaskan adventures and scenery. You won't find a nicer or more interesting place to stay! Guest AccessYou will enjoy the stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and watching the big flat screen HD TV from the comfortable leather recliner furniture. You also enjoy the convenience of two full baths with shower/tub units and use of the big washer and dryer in the laundry. And, relax on the BBQ deck while watching for moose and eagles among the spruce trees, alders and wildflowers. Other features include hand-carved inserts in the front and interior doors and items recognizing Captain James Cook who sailed by this location in 1778. Guests can also enjoy use of the on-property beach volley ball court, horseshoe pit and picnic tables. Interaction with GuestsAfter making your reservation, you will receive driving directions from Anchorage to the Anchor Point Captain Cook Lodge, along with check in instructions. This will allow you to check yourself into the Lodge when you arrive at any time of day or night. We are on the homestead in a different building and available to assist you at any time and you can reach us on our local phone number. We look forward to meeting and talking with you at your convenience after arrival. The NeighborhoodThe Anchor Point Captain Cook Lodge is located in a rural area about one mile north of the community of Anchor Point on the west side of the Alaska Kenai Peninsula. This is a private property with spruce trees, alders and wildflowers providing seclusion for four real-log vacation homes that have raised from local beetle-killed spruce trees. Moose, eagles and other Alaska wildlife are frequently seen on the property. Four active volcanoes can be seen looking across Cook Inlet from Anchor Point and from across the highway near the property. You can enjoy the busy tourist activities in nearby cities such as Kenai and Homer, and then come back to the comfort, quiet and your own personal Alaska home. Getting AroundMost guests utilize a rental car during their stay. The scenic drive from Anchorage is about 200 miles and takes a little over 4 hours. Other Things to NoteBear Paw Adventure will be happy to assist you with selecting exciting adventures on the Alaska Kenai Peninsula. Please visit our website to see example adventure packages.
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3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Bear Den Vacation Home, a uniquely Alaskan log building, provides you an opportunity to experience living in Alaska on a homestead site. This private 2-story home is located on an original Alaskan homestead that has been kept as natural as possible. You will enjoy the mowed yard around the building that has been cut out of the surrounding spruce trees and alders. The property is right in the middle of fantastic Alaskan adventures and scenery. You won't find a nicer or more interesting place to stay! Guest AccessYou will enjoy use of the full kitchen, laundry and watching the flat screen HD TV from the comfortable leather recliner furniture. And, relax on the BBQ deck while watching for moose and eagles among the spruce trees, alders and wildflowers. Guests can also enjoy use of the on-property beach volley ball court, horseshoe pit and picnic tables. Interaction with GuestsAfter making your reservation, you will receive driving directions from Anchorage to the Bear Den Vacation Home, along with check in instructions. This will allow you to check yourself into the building when you arrive at any time of day or night. We are on the property in a different building and available to assist you at any time and you can reach us on our local phone number. We look forward to meeting and talking with you at your convenience after arrival. The NeighborhoodThe Bear Den Vacation Home is located in a rural area about one mile north of the community of Anchor Point on the west side of the Alaska Kenai Peninsula. This is a private property with spruce trees, alders and wildflowers providing seclusion for four real-log vacation homes that have raised from local beetle-killed spruce trees. Moose, eagles and other Alaska wildlife are frequently seen on the property. Four active volcanoes can be seen looking across Cook Inlet from Anchor Point and from across the highway near the property. You can enjoy the busy tourist activities in nearby cities such as Kenai and Homer, and then come back to the comfort, quiet and your own personal Alaska home. Getting AroundMost guests utilize a rental car during their stay. The scenic drive from Anchorage is about 200 miles and takes a little over 4 hours. Other Things to NoteThe check in instructions that you will receive with you reservation confirmation will provide the code for the electronic door lock at the Bear Den Vacation Home. Please bring that code with you as you will use it instead of a key during your stay.
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3br house
  • Pets Allowed
We have three bedrooms each with private bath, private kitchen and common area. This is a beautiful home and property. Located in very private and quiet area. Awesome view of Cook inlet and five volcanoes. Wild life all over the property including, moose, bald eagles and an occasional bear. The property is actually two homes. We live in the upper portion which is separate from the bottom. You have a private entrance. Please note that we do NOT serve meals, this is a self serve room rental lodging. You have a private large kitchen that is fully appointed for all your cooking needs. Mile marker 155.5 of the Sterling highway to Agusta lane. Turn south on Agusta ln. Look on the right about eight driveways for the sign and the big wood salmon. turn up the driveway. 15- 20 minutes to Homer. 1 hour to (website: hidden)- Kenai.
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2br house
    The Anchor Point Captain Cook Lodge has 4 twin beds and 2 queen beds. This is a massive log home with a high cathedral ceiling. There are two full tub/shower baths, one on the first floor and the other in the loft.. The full Kitchen has upscale stainless steel appliances including refrigerator, double sink, glass cook top, convection oven and over-the-range microwave oven. There is a large dining table in the kitchen. The family Room has an entertainment center, leather recliner seat for two with center drink console, a leather recliner chair and leather couch. The loft has a second full bath, 4 twin beds and a queen bed. There is a large open porch with table and chairs and gas BBQ where you can relax and watch for moose and eagles. The Captain Cook is located on Bear Paw's 14-acre homestead property. Access to the building is a private drive that connects with both the Sterling Highway and Camai Road. This is one of 4 unique log buildings offered by Bear Paw Adventure. These buildings are considered unique, even for this picturesque Alaska location, because of the handcrafted style of the buildings, Alaskan furnishings including big game mounts, log furniture and the extent to which the buildings are stocked with supplies. The massive log structures are set among the spruce trees, alders and wildflowers on a 14 acre section of an original Alaska homestead. Guests enjoy comfortable lodging and a sample of real Alaska. Anchor Point is the westernmost point in the North American connected highway system. Driving directions from Anchorage are fairly simple - just take the only road south out of Anchorage (the Seward Highway or Route 1), then continue on Route 1 when it turns right and becomes the Sterling Highway. Follow the Sterling to Anchor Point. Total driving time from Anchorage is about four hours. This is one of the most scenic locations in the world with views of 4 volcanoes across Cook Inlet and rugged peaks and glaciers across Kachemak Bay. The area is known for fantastic scenery and exciting Alaska adventures and known around the world as a fishing hot spot. The base rate is for 2 guests. Additional guests ar $30 each (plus 3% tax). Bear Paw Adventure is located in a natural, private area, about one mile north of Anchor Point on the west side of the Alaska Kenai Peninsula. This central location is right on top of the best fishing, fantastic scenery and exciting Alaskan Adventures. Four active volcanoes are visible when looking to the west across Cook Inlet. The first-class, unique, real log buildings are partially hidden among the spruce trees and wildflowers. Guests frequently see eagles, moose, ravens and other Alaskan critters from the buildings and the open BBQ decks. Free parking is available at each building and most guests traveling to Alaska fly into Anchorage where they rent a car for the 200-mile, scenic drive to Bear Paw Adventure. The location is convenient to stores, shops and restaurants in nearby Anchor Point, Homer and Kenai. Guest can enjoy these cities and then retreat to quiet and peaceful Alaskan nature and their private log home at Bear Paw Adventure. Bear Paw Adventure's unique log buildings are located on a private 14 acre homestead property. This homestead is in a rural Alaska area, about one mile north of the historic community of Anchor Point. Captain James Cook lost a ships anchor here in May 1778, leading him to name the location Anchor Point.
    Hotel
    Excellent
    7 reviews
    3.5-star Hotel
    Situated in a rural location, this lodge is within 25 mi (40 km) of Pratt Museum, Bunnell Street Arts Center, and Wynn Nature Center.
    Hotel
    2.5-star Hotel
    Situated in Anchor Point, this cabin is within 20 mi (32 km) of Pratt Museum, Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center, and Bunnell Street Arts Center. Homer Public Library and Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies are also within 20 mi (32 km).
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    4br house
      The Bear Den Vacation Home has capacity for 10 guests. Four bedrooms with a full shower-bath on the second floor and a full shower-tub bath on the ground floor. The big family room features a leather recliner couch, leather recliner chair, a second couch, TV entertainment center and a foosball table. The first floor also has a full kitchen, work room and laundry room. BBQ deck with gas grill, table and chairs. Guests will enjoy relaxing on the leather-recliner furniture after a day of fun with local adventures. The building has a total of 2177 square feet of living space and is Bear Paw’s largest building.
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      1br house
        Moose Cabin was built along a well used moose trail and these big Alaskan animals are frequently seen feeding or bedding down in the grass near the cabin.The dining room is a south-facing room where guests can enjoy watching for moose and other Alaskan critters. The building has 840 square feet of living area, with a full kitchen that has a combination microwave/convection over-the-range oven. Moose Cabin is Bear Paw’s only building without washer and dryer and dishwasher, but it is one of the most "warm and cozy" of these unique, real-log buildings. The den has leather recliner furniture and a flat screen, smart HD TV.
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        3br house
          The Wise Old Hunter Lodge is a 1-1/2 story building with 6 twin beds, a day bed that makes up to 2 twins or a double and a queen bed. The downstairs has 2 bedrooms, full kitchen, dining area, family room, full bath and laundry room. The loft has 2 sleeping areas and a half bath. There is a large open porch plus a BBQ deck with big split-log bar on the sunny, south end of the building. The lodge, with 1470 square feet of living area, has lots of Alaskan décor, including big game mounts caribou, Dahl sheep, moose, lynx, and wolverine.
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          Located in Anchor Point, Bear Paw Adventure is in a rural location and within the region of Pratt Museum and Wynn Nature Center. This lodge is within the region of Bunnell Street Arts Center. Make yourself at home in one of the 4 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring kitchens with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and stovetops. Have private balconies or patios. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, and LED televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment. Conveniences include desks and separate sitting areas, as well as phones with free local calls. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, tour/ticket assistance, and a picnic area. Featured amenities include express check-in and express check-out. Free self parking is available onsite.
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          C View Cabins is located in Anchor Point. Make yourself at home in one of the 5 guestrooms, featuring kitchens. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Free self parking is available onsite.
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          3br Home/Apartment
          • Wifi
          • Pets Allowed
          • Parking
          Alaskan bluff property with awesome inlet-ocean view. Wildlife abounds on the property. Walk to the private beach. Private entrance to 3 bedroom 3 bath home. Over 3 acres of private property. BBQ area, fish cleaning and lot's of parking.
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          3br house
            Summary: Centrally located single-family home just minutes from town provides easy access to many peninsula attractions. Catch a charter, enjoy a hike, fish the river, meet a moose, spot a crane, or photograph the fireweed. You’re close to it all. The Space: Modern, family-friendly, 3 bed, 1 bath, home located just off the Sterling Highway in Anchor Point on the Kenai Peninsula. Situated on 2 acres you can enjoy a cozy fire at the picnic table while taking in the field of fireweed, the occasional moose, or our resident sand-hill cranes. Our fully equipped kitchen opens to a quaint living area adjacent to 3 private bedrooms and 1 full bath. Guest Access: Kitchen – Fridge, Microwave, Oven, Stovetop, Toaster Living Area – Couch, Loveseat, 32-inch Flat Screen TV Master Bedroom – 1 Queen Bed Bedroom 2 – Twin Bunk Bedroom 3 – Twin Bunk & Single Twin Full Bath – Full size Shower w/tub Large Yard – Grassy lawn, muskeg field Interaction with Guests: We are available by phone anytime during your stay, but your time with us will be self-catering. Other Things To Note: FREE Wifi, Board Games, Books, Access to TV channels through the Roku, firepit, picnic table, plenty of parking… House Rules: No smoking No pets allowed No Discharging of Firearms on premises No Fish Cleaning inside of house, facilities provided outdoors Woodstove use prohibited It is customary to remove your shoes in Alaskan homes, please leave muddy boots, fishing gear, and other similar items in the Arctic Entry For the length of your stay you will be responsible for the upkeep of the house. Please use your linens and towels for the duration. There will be a trash bin outside on the porch in case of excessive garbage buildup. Overview: Located less than three miles from the infamous Anchor River, Cook Inlet Boat Launch, and North America’s Most Westerly Highway Point. Just a 25-minute drive to the city center of Homer to the south, and Deep Creek and Ninilchik to the north. Other areas if interest include: Happy Valley Falls – 14 miles Homer Airport – 19 miles Kasilof – 48 miles Soldotna – 61 miles Kenai Airport – 68 miles Russian River Ferry – 101 miles Captain Cook State Park – 92 miles Cooper Landing – 106 miles Seward Sealife Center – 154 miles Portage – 160 miles Whittier – 170 miles Anchorage – 208 miles Getting Around: While there is no public transportation in the area, taxi service and rental cars are available. A one-way taxi from Anchor Point to Homer is about $50.
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            3br Home/Apartment
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            The SpaceModern, family-friendly, 1200 sq. ft. 3 bed, 1 bath, home located 1.5 miles off the Sterling Highway in Anchor Point on the Kenai Peninsula. Situated on 2 acres you can enjoy a cozy fire at the picnic table while taking in the field of fireweed, the occasional moose, or our resident sand-hill cranes. Our fully equipped kitchen opens to a quaint living area adjacent to 3 private bedrooms and 1 full bath. Guest AccessKitchen – Fridge, Microwave, Oven, Stovetop, Toaster, Coffee Maker, Cooking Essentials Living Area – Couch, Loveseat, 32-inch Flat Screen TV Master Bedroom – 1 Queen Bed Bedroom 2 – Twin Bunk & Single Twin Bedroom 3 – 3 Single Twins Full Bath – Full size Shower w/tub. Shampoo, Conditioner, and Soap. Large Yard – Grassy lawn, muskeg, and fireweed field Interaction with GuestsWe are available by phone anytime during your stay, but your time with us will be self-catering. The NeighborhoodLocated less than three miles from the infamous Anchor River, Cook Inlet Boat Launch, and North America’s Most Westerly Highway Point. Just a 25-minute drive to the city center of Homer to the south, and Deep Creek and Ninilchik to the north. Other areas if interest include: Happy Valley Falls – 14 miles Homer Airport – 19 miles Kasilof – 48 miles (URL HIDDEN) – 61 miles Kenai Airport – 68 miles Russian River Ferry – 101 miles Captain Cook State Park – 92 miles Cooper Landing – 106 miles Seward Sealife Center – 154 miles Portage – 160 miles Whittier – 170 miles Anchorage – 208 miles Getting AroundWhile there is no public transportation in the area, taxi service and rental cars are available. A one-way taxi from Anchor Point to Homer is about $50. Other Things to NoteFREE Wifi, Board Games, Books, Access to TV channels through the Roku, firepit, picnic table, plenty of parking…
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            hotel
            • Breakfast
            • Gym
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            • Pets Allowed
            • Swimming Pool
            • Wifi
            Bear Paw Adventure is a great choice for a stay in Anchor Point. Freebies like WiFi, self parking, and wired Internet are added perks, and guests can keep active with onsite volleyball. Rooms feature kitchens, balconies or patios, and living rooms.
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            5 reviews
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            • Breakfast
            • Gym
            • Parking
            • Pets Allowed
            • Swimming Pool
            • Wifi
            Enjoy your visit to Anchor Point with a stay at C View Cabins. You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking.
            hotel
            hotel
            • Breakfast
            • Gym
            • Parking
            • Pets Allowed
            • Swimming Pool
            • Wifi
            Bear Paw Adventure is a great choice for a stay in Anchor Point. Freebies like WiFi, self parking, and wired Internet are added perks, and guests can keep active with onsite volleyball. Rooms feature kitchens, balconies or patios, and living rooms.
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            5 reviews
            hotel
            • Breakfast
            • Gym
            • Parking
            • Pets Allowed
            • Swimming Pool
            • Wifi
            Enjoy your visit to Anchor Point with a stay at C View Cabins. You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking.
            Home/Apartment
            2br Home/Apartment
              The Anchor Point Captain Cook Lodge has 4 twin beds and 2 queen beds. This is a massive log home with a high cathedral ceiling. There are two full tub/shower baths, one on the first floor and the other in the loft.. The full Kitchen has upscale stainless steel appliances including refrigerator, double sink, glass cook top, convection oven and over-the-range microwave oven. There is a large dining table in the kitchen. The family Room has an entertainment center, leather recliner seat for two with center drink console, a leather recliner chair and leather couch. The loft has a second full bath, 4 twin beds and a queen bed. There is a large open porch with table and chairs and gas BBQ where you can relax and watch for moose and eagles. The Captain Cook is located on Bear Paw's 14-acre homestead property. Access to the building is a private drive that connects with both the Sterling Highway and Camai Road. This is one of 4 unique log buildings offered by Bear Paw Adventure. These buildings are considered unique, even for this picturesque Alaska location, because of the handcrafted style of the buildings, Alaskan furnishings including big game mounts, log furniture and the extent to which the buildings are stocked with supplies. The massive log structures are set among the spruce trees, alders and wildflowers on a 14 acre section of an original Alaska homestead. Guests enjoy comfortable lodging and a sample of real Alaska. Anchor Point is the westernmost point in the North American connected highway system. Driving directions from Anchorage are fairly simple - just take the only road south out of Anchorage (the Seward Highway or Route 1), then continue on Route 1 when it turns right and becomes the Sterling Highway. Follow the Sterling to Anchor Point. Total driving time from Anchorage is about four hours. This is one of the most scenic locations in the world with views of 4 volcanoes across Cook Inlet and rugged peaks and glaciers across Kachemak Bay. The area is known for fantastic scenery and exciting Alaska adventures and known around the world as a fishing hot spot.
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              3br Home/Apartment
              • Pets Allowed
              We have three bedrooms each with private bath, private kitchen and common area. This is a beautiful home and property. Located in very private and quiet area. Awesome view of Cook inlet and five volcanoes. Wild life all over the property including, moose, bald eagles and an occasional bear. The property is actually two homes. We live in the upper portion which is separate from the bottom. You have a private entrance. Please note that we do NOT serve meals, this is a self serve room rental lodging. You have a private large kitchen that is fully appointed for all your cooking needs.
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              4br Home/Apartment
                The Bear Den Vacation Home has capacity for 10 guests. Four bedrooms with a full shower-bath on the second floor and a full shower-tub bath on the ground floor. The big family room features a leather recliner couch, leather recliner chair, a second couch, TV entertainment center and a foosball table. The first floor also has a full kitchen, work room and laundry room. BBQ deck with gas grill, table and chairs. Guests will enjoy relaxing on the leather-recliner furniture after a day of fun with local adventures. The building has a total of 2177 square feet of living space and is Bear Paw’s largest building.
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                3br Home/Apartment
                  The Wise Old Hunter Lodge is a 1-1/2 story building with 6 twin beds, a day bed that makes up to 2 twins or a double and a queen bed. The downstairs has 2 bedrooms, full kitchen, dining area, family room, full bath and laundry room. The loft has 2 sleeping areas and a half bath. There is a large open porch plus a BBQ deck with big split-log bar on the sunny, south end of the building. The lodge, with 1470 square feet of living area, has lots of Alaskan décor, including big game mounts caribou, Dahl sheep, moose, lynx, and wolverine.
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                  1br Home/Apartment
                    Moose Cabin was built along a well used moose trail and these big Alaskan animals are frequently seen feeding or bedding down in the grass near the cabin.The dining room is a south-facing room where guests can enjoy watching for moose and other Alaskan critters. The building has 840 square feet of living area, with a full kitchen that has a combination microwave/convection over-the-range oven. Moose Cabin is Bear Paw’s only building without washer and dryer and dishwasher, but it is one of the most "warm and cozy" of these unique, real-log buildings. The den has leather recliner furniture and a flat screen, smart HD TV.
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                    3br Home/Apartment
                      Summary: Centrally located single-family home just minutes from town provides easy access to many peninsula attractions. Catch a charter, enjoy a hike, fish the river, meet a moose, spot a crane, or photograph the fireweed. You’re close to it all. The Space: Modern, family-friendly, 3 bed, 1 bath, home located just off the Sterling Highway in Anchor Point on the Kenai Peninsula. Situated on 2 acres you can enjoy a cozy fire at the picnic table while taking in the field of fireweed, the occasional moose, or our resident sand-hill cranes. Our fully equipped kitchen opens to a quaint living area adjacent to 3 private bedrooms and 1 full bath. Guest Access: Kitchen – Fridge, Microwave, Oven, Stovetop, Toaster Living Area – Couch, Loveseat, 32-inch Flat Screen TV Master Bedroom – 1 Queen Bed Bedroom 2 – Twin Bunk Bedroom 3 – Twin Bunk & Single Twin Full Bath – Full size Shower w/tub Large Yard – Grassy lawn, muskeg field Interaction with Guests: We are available by phone anytime during your stay, but your time with us will be self-catering. Other Things To Note: FREE Wifi, Board Games, Books, Access to TV channels through the Roku, firepit, picnic table, plenty of parking… House Rules: No smoking No pets allowed No Discharging of Firearms on premises No Fish Cleaning inside of house, facilities provided outdoors Woodstove use prohibited It is customary to remove your shoes in Alaskan homes, please leave muddy boots, fishing gear, and other similar items in the Arctic Entry For the length of your stay you will be responsible for the upkeep of the house. Please use your linens and towels for the duration. There will be a trash bin outside on the porch in case of excessive garbage buildup. Overview: Located less than three miles from the infamous Anchor River, Cook Inlet Boat Launch, and North America’s Most Westerly Highway Point. Just a 25-minute drive to the city center of Homer to the south, and Deep Creek and Ninilchik to the north. Other areas if interest include: Happy Valley Falls – 14 miles Homer Airport – 19 miles Kasilof – 48 miles Soldotna – 61 miles Kenai Airport – 68 miles Russian River Ferry – 101 miles Captain Cook State Park – 92 miles Cooper Landing – 106 miles Seward Sealife Center – 154 miles Portage – 160 miles Whittier – 170 miles Anchorage – 208 miles Getting Around: While there is no public transportation in the area, taxi service and rental cars are available. A one-way taxi from Anchor Point to Homer is about $50.
                      studio
                      -1br studio
                        Brand new, cute nightly rental, tucked in the trees right off the highway next to the Blue Bus Diner (great burgers!) and across from the Cheeky Moose Laundromat in downtown Anchor Point. Great for those looking to go Anchor River fishing or boat chartering. Conveniently only a 15 mile drive to Homer, the Halibut Capital of the world and the famous Homer Spit. Simple, clean, and affordable.