Waterfront Cabin Rental for a Getaway on the Kenai Peninsula in Kasilof, AlaskaKasilof, Alaska (United States of America)
Waterfront Cabin Rental for a Getaway on the Kenai Peninsula in Kasilof, Alaska
This waterfront cabin rental on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska can accommodate up to six guests at a time, perfect for families or groups of friends hoping to fish, hike, swim, and explore while staying in this wilderness retreat on their next vacation. The rental comes with two bedrooms and one shared bathroom. Both bedrooms are furnished with king-size beds that can be converted into two twin-size beds upon request. There is also a full-size pullout sofa in the living room for any additional guests. In the bathroom, which is located down the hall, guests will find a standing shower and tub combination, a toilet, a sink, and provided linens.
The cabin comes with a fully-equipped kitchen, where guests can prepare meals for the group before eating at the log-wood dining table in the main room. There is also a cozy sitting area with a leather reclining chair and a sofa, as well as a furnished back patio that comes with a barbecue grill and overlooks the river below.
Guests will have access to the main lodge common areas as well, which include the spacious dining hall, a separate sitting room with leather sofas, and the luxurious main lodge back deck, which boasts views of the stunning valley and Kenai River below the lodge on the hill. This spot is ideal for waking up with a cup of coffee in the mornings or for finishing the evening with a glass of wine and a good book as the sun sets over the water. In the yard, there is also a fire ring, where guests can gather at night to roast marshmallows as the stars shine overhead.
Each rental comes with at least one bedroom and one full bathroom. There is either a fully-equipped kitchen or a kitchenette with a coffeemaker and microwave, Guests will also have access to the lodge common areas, including the dining area on the first floor where self-serve breakfast is provided each morning and the back deck which includes patio furniture and a barbecue grill.
The lodge comes with free Wi-Fi.
Guests can park their cars on-site.
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
- Shared Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Safe box
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Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Additional guests must pay a nightly fee.
Pets are not permitted.
The lodge welcomes weddings and other special events throughout the year.
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
- Winter sports
- Whitewater rafting
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
Guests staying in this lovely property will find a medley of things to do both on the property and in the surrounding Kenai Peninsula wilderness. In the mornings after eating breakfast in the dining room, guests can pack their gear and walk straight down to the Kasilof River, where they can fish for salmon and halibut from the riverbank or take off in a kayak or canoe for the day. There are various hiking trails leading from the property into the surrounding forest, allowing guests to take leisurely strolls or go for more strenuous hikes on their own. The accommodation provides fishing and hiking guides for guests upon request as well. The lodge also hosts a number of artistic workshops, from pottery sessions to fused glass classes to painting, knitting, and quilting lessons that are given throughout the year.
Guests can also drive about 20 minutes inland to reach Tustumena Lake, where they can fish, swim, kayak, and hike on the pristine waters surrounded by pine trees. About 40 minutes further east, guests will reach Kenai Fjords National Park or Chugach National Forest. In either the park or forest, there are wide networks of hiking trails, biking paths, and scenic lookout points where guests can sit and take in the breathtaking beauty of the area. In Kenai, which is under half an hour away to the north, glampers can also eat out in one of the local seafood restaurants, book an adventure tour or whale watching trip with a guide, or visit one of the many historical museums and cultural sights for more information on the rich legacy of the region.