Tiny House with Idyllic Forest and Mountain Views for a Fishing Getaway near Homer, AlaskaHomer, Alaska (United States of America)
Tiny House with Idyllic Forest and Mountain Views for a Fishing Getaway near Homer, Alaska
This unique and cozy tiny house is situated just 20 minutes drive from the downtown area of Homer, Alaska, nestled in a serene natural setting, and can accommodate two guests.
There is one bedroom in this simple and minimalistic designed property. The loft-style bedroom is perched in the upper level of the house, featuring a full-size mattress and a nightstand. A ladder is used to Access the bedroom. Bed linens and pillows are provided. The bathroom is located just outside, consisting of an outhouse with a toilet. Soap and toilet paper are provided.
The living room features windows allowing natural light, a dining room table with seating for two, and basic dishware and utensils for convenient dining. A large gallon of drinking water is provided in addition to a small cooler for storing small food items. Outside, guests will find a small porch, a garden, and a barbecue grill with a surrounding seating area.
This property was designed to blend in with the environment while leaving a minimal footprint and offering glampers a comfortable stay.
Drinking water is provided along with a cooler for small food items so guests can cook and grill on the barbecue in front of the house.
Other amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, a laptop workspace, free on-site parking, and complimentary toiletries including toilet paper and soap.
- 1 Double bed
- Hot water
- Linens and pillows
- Safe box
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Check-in: From 03:00 PM
Check out: 12:00 PM
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
No Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
- No events
Guests should note that the property does not provide showers or laundry. Both are available at The Washboard, which is located on Ocean Drive near the base of the Homer Spit.
Guests should acknowledge that this property was formerly a playhouse, upcycled to be constructed as tiny like a treehouse. That being said, it moves a bit when guests are in the loft. Pilings are firmly attached to the building, but guests will notice a slight motion due to its small size and fairly significant height. All guests must be comfortable using the loft ladder and understand that they are responsible for their safety while using it.
The property is continuously being updated and improved, so it may look slightly different than in photos.
Pets are not permitted. However, there are two dogs on the property who may want to come to say hello, but they are not allowed in the rental. Both are friendly and serve as the property’s "Moose" alerts. If they bark, look out the windows before heading outside as there are frequent moose traveling through the property.
The cabin is unheated and does not have running water, but drinking water is provided, along with a cooler for small food items.
Guests are asked to remove their shoes before entering the rental.
The hosts kindly ask that fishing equipment is kept in vehicles.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Homer, Alaska (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- National Park
- Meditation on-site
- Wildlife watching
This property offers the perfect base for a fishing adventure and a totally off-the-grid experience for the chance to reconnect with nature. Often referred to as the halibut fishing capital of the world, the area also boasts a variety of recreational and leisure activities, including kayaking, hiking, bear viewing, and an impressive art and culinary scene. Homer is the acclaimed Eco and Adventure tourism capital of Alaska, as well as the City of Peonies.
Guests interested in exploring the great outdoors can pack a picnic from the Fritz Creek Kitchen and spend an afternoon exploring Eveline State Recreation site, or venture out on a hike down to the head of Kachemak Bay, located 15 miles further out on East End Road.
This glamping property is only a minute away from Fritz Creek General Store and about five minutes away from Eveline State Recreation site.