Within Minutes of King Fishing on Anchor River

peaceful and privateDawgPatchLeaving for a Ski - Looking BackNorth Fork of the Anchor Riverrelax on the deckSki to a February Sunsetview from deckeating areakitchenliving roombedroomsecond bedroom
“ Very Good ”
5 Reviews
Anchor Point, AK 99556


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 5
Per night $55 - $75
Per week $325 - $475
Type: Cottage
Description of the Anchor Point vacation cottage rental
Hear the sound of the Anchor River rushing by, while enjoying the comforts of this rustic, but comfortable two-bedroom cottage. This is a cozy and private property, on the banks of the north fork of the Anchor River. There is a kitchen, eating area, living room, and two bedrooms. Depending on the season, you are only minutes from King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Steelhead, and Dolly Varden fishing.

Kris Owens

Area Info
Anchor Point's claim to fame is it's fishing. The beach is a launch site for halibut fishing and salmon trolling, while the river boasts King Salmon, Silver Salmon, and Steelhead runs. Anglers also enjoy fishing for Dolly Varden and Rainbow Trout in the late summer and fall. Other favorite activities are beachcombing, hiking, and four-wheeling in the summer, and skiing and snowmachining in the winter.
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Sep 05 2014 May 01 2015 $55 $55 $325 $850 -
May 01 2015 Jun 23 2015 $75 $75 $475 $1,200 -
Jun 24 2015 Sep 04 2015 $65 $65 $400 $1,000 -
Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Deposits: To guarantee a reservation, a 50% deposit for reserved dates must be made.
Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, Personal Check
Other Fees: Rates are for two people, per night. Additional guests (up to 3) 10$ per person, per night. The cottage can accomodate up to 5 people.
Reviews for this vacation cottage rental in Anchor Point, Alaska


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October 24, 2009


Jennifer Upton

Jennifer Upton

Fort Worth, Texas

Owner lost the reservation for our stay!

June 25, 2009

We never got to stay in the advertised cabin because the owner lost our reservation and did not notify us ahead of time. Despite this unfortunate turn of events the owner did provide us with a full refund and she did try to locate replacement accomodations. I would suggest a better reservation tracking system for the owner. And I would suggest to any potential renters that you send reminder e-mails/phone calls ahead of time!





October 6, 2008

Nice Setting, Pretty Area But The Accomodations Left A Lot To Be Desired In The Cleanliness And Safety Department. Outside Doors Don't Lock, Door Handles Broke, Mold In Coffepot, Bathroom, And Thruout Kitchen. Bedsheets Weren't Changed, Brown Tap Water Without Advanced Warning To Bring Fresh Water. Should Have Been Enough Bath Towels And Wash Cloths For 5 Guests. If You Can Handle All The Above, Go For It! Not Pleased From Montana

Claude Huber

Claude Huber

Sonora, CA

The Road Less Traveled

September 15, 2008

We had a relaxing time and thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this rental. At first we compared the rental to fancy B&B's and high priced rentals. This item didn't work or that thing was stuck, but then we began to hear the water flowing nearby, and listen to the soft sound of silence. The rental is midway between condo and cabin. In short, it was comfortable. The owner was very pleasant and left us to ourselves. The seven mile drive to town was a wonderful attitude adjustment because of the beautiful scenery. We were about 20 miles from Homer and noticed that when we were in sunshine, Homer was in rain and clouds. We were surprised and pleased with the lush verdant countryside. Yes, the place is a northern rain forest. Took about 150 photos. Caught lots of fish, shipped 50 lbs halibut and salmon fillets home. Bottom line: rental was affordable, located in a scenic postcard, and a perfect place to relax.

Joelle Ferrell

Joelle Ferrell


Great place...

June 12, 2008

This is a wonderful little cottage at great affordable prices. The cottage was very clean and comfortable and it is in a location convenient to Homer as well as the rest of the Kenai peninsula. We also very much enjoyed the close proximity to the Anchor River and King Salmon fishing.

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