Family-Friendly Cabin Rental Overlooking Cook Inlet in AlaskaKasilof, Alaska (United States of America)
Family-Friendly Cabin Rental Overlooking Cook Inlet in Alaska
This cabin rental in Alaska overlooks the stunning Cook Inlet and is perfect for a family vacation. The cabin boasts three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. One bedroom has a king-size bed while the others have a queen-size bed and two single beds. With scenic views from every room, the cabin is light and airy yet warm and welcoming.The snug living area has a fireplace, a cozy sofa, and a TV with a statement spiral staircase leading glampers upstairs. The fully-equipped kitchenette has everything glampers need to cook delicious meals including an oven and a refrigerator. There is also a wooden dining table that can seat up to four guest and Wi-Fi is installed throughout the cabin.
Each cabin offers a deck overlooking the stunning Cook Inlet and gives direct access to the beach for a scenic stroll along the coast.
- 1 King-size bed
- 1 Queen-size bed
- 2 Twin/Single beds
- Washing machine
- Private Barbecue
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Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Kasilof, Alaska (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
The Kenai Peninsula is a dream come true for fishing enthusiasts with opportunities abound to catch a variety of fish but especially Alaskan Salmon. Anglers can head to the nearby Kasilof River and the Kenai River for some excellent Salmon fishing. The Kasilof River State Recreational Site and the Crooked Creek State Recreation Site are home to an interesting variety of wildlife such as moose, black and brown bear, hares, and lynx. These are excellent locations to enjoy an exhilarating hike on one of the several trails, take some photographs, or go for a pleasant picnic.
The Chugach National Forest is another superb fishing spot and is located approximately 87 miles east of the property. The forest also offers hiking, biking, boating, and horseback riding to explore the miles of untouched natural beauty. Guests are not just limited to summer to take advantage of the Chugach Forest, as they can go skiing, snowboarding, or snowmobiling during the winter months too. The neighboring town of Soldotna sits on the famous Kenai River and is home to a host of shops, restaurants, and bars should guests feel like an evening out. A must-do activity while staying on this property is to take a scenic drive on the 138-mile long Sterling Highway, which passes along the Kenai Peninsula and treats guests to exceptional views of the soaring mountains and pristine lakes.