Eco-Lodge in Alaskan WildernessHalibut Cove, Alaska (United States of America)
Eco-Lodge in Alaskan Wilderness
"It is always a leap of faith to search online for a place to enjoy far from home, and then to choose and hope for the best. We are so thankful that w…"
The Douglas fir, timber-framed bedrooms offer spacious areas, large windows for wilderness viewing, warm flannel bedding on queen-sized beds, and private bathrooms. The lodge features hand-crafted woodwork throughout the lodge and expansive window displays of coves, estuaries and ocean, also allowing abundant natural light to brighten up the lodge. Aesthetically pleasing, the furniture is tastefully chosen and comfortable for gathering in the large dining room. Kick back and relax on the 360 wrap-around decks with panoramic views of Alaska's wilderness. Guests will enjoy staying connected with the high-speed wireless internet. Head downstairs for some seriously delicious gourmet meals 3 times a day that will make you never want to leave the beautiful state of Alaska and all the yummy food that comes with it.
The grounds are beautifully kept, with maintained lawns, vegetable gardens, flower gardens, a small lake for swimming and canoeing, and a habitat pond. You can enjoy your three gourmet meals on the deck surrounding the lodge or inside in the large dining room that everyone hangs out in. Wi-fi is also available. Everywhere you go at this glamping site, there are expansive window displays of mountains, ocean, coves, and estuaries. There is also a private seating area for gathering and relaxing.
- Linens and pillows
Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Halibut Cove, Alaska (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Whitewater rafting
- Wildlife watching
This destination lodge offers an array of Alaskan activities from one location, including glacier and lake kayaking, fishing, all day boat tours and animal viewing, heli-hikes, glacier hikes, moose valley hikes, scenic flight-seeing, and the popular brown bear photography tour. The majestic mountains, bays, oceans, lagoons and glaciers are sanctuaries for natural wildlife such as wolves, bear, moose, goats and caribou and are sites for world class birding. Kachemak Bay is home to thousands of Salmon, Halibut, Dolly Varden Trout and Rainbow Trout. Being 90% wilderness, this Alaskan area provides a plethora of activities to enjoy, not only as an on-looker but as a participant immersed in nature!